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Why Bangladesh opposition party BNP running “India Out” campaign?

After another one-sided general election which was conducted in January, that saw Awami League (AL) returning to power, the country’s social media influencers rolled out “India Out” campaign. This campaign mirrors similar campaigns which were seen in Maldives. Bangladesh opposition party BNP running “India Out” campaign has now gathered attention of social media influencers.  Successive

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China’s Rapidly Expanding Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Raises Concerns

Without explanation, China’s People’s Liberation Army Rocket Force (PLARF) has expanded the types and quantity of its nuclear-tipped weapons more than ever before in the past five years. In fact, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists published its annual Nuclear Notebook last month. In the chapter entitled Chinese Nuclear Weapons, 2024, written by Hans M

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Understanding China’s Resilience in the Red Sea Crisis and Its Implications for India

As the conflict has dangerously spilled over into the Red Sea crisis less than four months after Hamas’ aggressive assault on Israel, India and the world face serious economic and security challenges. On 19 October 2023, the Houthis, who are believed to be backed by Iran, joined forces with Hamas against Israel. As soon as

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Which country profited amidst Middle East tension and which are in loss?

Escalation of Israel-Gaza war into a wider conflict can result in another shock to global growth. Even though market reaction has been modest so far, this can change in no time. Therefore, right now, investors are more concerned as to which country profited amidst Middle East tension and which are in loss. Whether such fight remains

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How Winter becomes a Formidable Weapon for Ukraine Against Russia’s Army

Discover how Ukraine harsh winter have become a formidable weapon against Russia’s army in this detailed analysis in this report. According to last year’s cold season, there will likely be limited territorial movement in the months ahead in Russia’s war in Ukraine. Even if Kyiv’s forces don’t break through the enemy lines, they could still

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Canada Recalling 41 Diplomats from India over Alleged Vienna Convention Breach

Melanie Joly, Canada’s Foreign Minister, Canada is recalling 41 diplomats from India over an alleged breach of the Vienna Convention. after India threatened to revoke their official status if they did not leave. After Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cited credible evidence suggesting that Indian agents may have been involved in the murder of Hardeep Singh

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Biden’s Bold Stance: A Palestinian State on the Horizon, Hamas Demise in Sight

Discover how Biden’s bold stance on the Palestinian issue is paving the way for a potential state and potentially bringing an end to Hamas. On Sunday, Biden called for a path to establish a Palestinian state as well as the elimination of Hamas. During a 60 Minutes interview aired Sunday, Joe Biden reaffirmed his condemnation

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Palestine Supporters Rally Across the Globe in Solidarity with Gaza

In the wake of recent events, tensions have ignited across the globe surrounding the long-standing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. As emotions run high and narratives clash, the rally of Palestine supporters are gearing up to stage an unprecedented display of solidarity. People across the world divided into two groups – One is who are against the Hamas

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How Israel-Palestine War Influences Indian Trade Relations

Indian trade and diplomatic stance with the region is likely to be affected by the deadly attack by Hamas on Israel on Saturday and the declaration of Israel-Palestine war by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Experts, however, say the severity of the impact will depend on the length of the escalation. Ajay Srivastava, Founder of the

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Israel Defense Force Regains Full Control of Gaza Border

Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari, Israel top military spokesman, stressed that the military has regained full control of the Gaza border after Hamas terrorists blew up sections of the fence on Saturday. Furthermore, he noted that no terrorist entered through the fence. The fence has not been penetrated by a single terrorist in the last day,

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