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India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Bhutan benefit from Friendship Pipeline 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina may inaugurate the India-Bangladesh Friendship Pipeline on 18 March via video conference. This is the first cross-border energy pipeline between India and Bangladesh, built at an estimated cost of INR 377 crore, of which the Bangladesh portion of the pipeline built at a cost […]

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A new discovery by Scientists say that cold-blooded animals may extinct due to climate change

Scientists claim that Climate change is affecting everyone. Animals are no exception. There are chances that cold-blooded animals like insects, worms, reptiles, fish, and amphibians may face the risk of extinction as they cannot bear extreme heat due to global heating. Although, warm-blooded animals like mammals and human-beings are able to adapt with the temperature […]

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China Budget aims for 7.2% growth in defence, while 5% for GDP!

China plays crucial roles in world affairs including trade and defense, therefore, it is essential to observe its recent budget allocation to different areas like defense.  According to Global Times, China aims to achieve an annual GDP increase of 5 % this year. This target seems lowest in recent years.  On the other hand, the […]

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Extreme wildfires in world’s biggest forest turns it into net-emitter from carbon sink

A large stretch of boreal forest carbon sink in the Northern Hemisphere covers some parts of Scandinavia, Siberia, Canada, and Alaska. It covers a tenth of the whole World’s land and one-third of carbon store, majorly in trees and organically rich soil. As per the Journal Science’s new study, the evidence of an alarming rate […]

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What can we expect at World Book Fair at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi?

Organised by National Book Trust(NBT) and India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), the 31st World book fair 2023 has many things to offer. Nowadays, when we are living more in the virtual world than the real world, then real books bring us back to reality. Hence, it is our prime responsibility to secure our present and future by visiting and promoting such fairs, which start from February 25 th and will end by March 5th between 11am to 8 pm. So, we have only 2 more days to go.  

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Covid most probably spilled from China government-controlled lab: Says FBI director

We all have heard about the origin of Covid 19 in China, but we are still looking for more proof through investigation. And, it seems that China has been working on blocking the investigation.  According to the FBI Director Chrisopher Wray, “ The FBI is almost sure about the possibility of the corona originating from […]

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A Reflection One-Year On From The Start Of The Conflict In Ukraine

Mumbai 24 February 2023: The Russia/Ukraine conflict was the defining security issue of 2022, highlighting how geopolitics and the threat of interstate conflict are back on the corporate risk agenda. 24 February 2023 marks one-year since the conflict began and in recognition of this milestone, International SOS shares insight into how it supported clients, key […]

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How India is faring on the journey to achieve semiconductor supremacy

Vital components in the manufacturing of several modern, tech-enabled products, semiconductor is a crucial component in the manufacturing sector in India. However, their production is limited to only a few countries across the globe owing to the exorbitant costs involved. The global events that unfolded in the recent past, such as the pandemic and the […]

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Myanmar ships over 140000, 5000, and 1000 tonnes of rice, rohu, and areca nut to Bangladesh

According to the government-to-government pact between Myanmar and Bangladesh, Myanmar has conveyed over 140,000 tonnes of white rice to Bangladesh, according to the Ministry of Commerce of Myanmar. Myanmar and Bangladesh inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on rice trade on 8 September this year. In line with this MoU, Bangladesh has agreed to buy […]

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Bangladesh countering separatism and militancy for ensuring peace and stability in the region

At one time, separatism reared its head strongly. Mistrust and suspicion arose between the ethnic minors in Chittagong Hill Tracts and the Bengalis. However, through the 1997 peace treaty, the hills became calm. The atmosphere of disunity and mistrust created between the minors and the Bengalis is slowly disappearing. Once a rift or area of […]

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