Falling Rupee of Pakistan

Pakistan’s currency fell to a record low of Rs.255 against the US dollar on Thursday, according to local media reports. The recession came after cash-strapped governments loosened exchange rate controls to secure much-needed loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Ukraine Vows to defend Bakhmut from Russia

President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that Ukraine’s top generals had promised to continue defending Bakhmut in the east as Russian forces battled to tighten their siege and win their first significant battlefield victory in more than six months. Russian forces claim that seizing Bakhmut would be a step towards their goal of occupying the entire surrounding Donbas region. They have been … Read more

2023 Rwanda Floods: Over 100 killed 

Over 100 people in Rwanda and 6 people in Uganda have been killed as flash floods sweep through the entire region. Thousands of homes have been destroyed Background to the Rwanda Floods  Image Source: Reuters East Africa has always been susceptible to floods and landslides, especially in the monsoon season. Floods and heavy rain have caused large-scale death and destruction … Read more

The TIME magazine chose these two Indian destinations to its list of the “World’s Greatest Places of 2023.”

The list includes 50 “far-flung and familiar spots,” ranging from Giza and Saqqara in Egypt to Dijon, France, a gastronomic hotspot. TIME Magazine named Odisha’s Mayurbhanj district and the Union Territory of Ladakh among the ’50 extraordinary destinations to explore in its list of the ‘World’s Greatest Places of 2023. While the travel industry will be back in full swing … Read more

The 49th G7 Summit to Start Today in Japan.

The 49th G7 Summit is to be held in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, from May 19th to May 21st. The main topics of discussion are the ongoing Russia-Ukraine War and strengthening the group’s economic resilience. Image Source: Public Domain What is the G7? The G7 stands for Group of Seven and is a political forum consisting of the United States, Germany, … Read more

“Seeking Peace in a Chaotic World: The Importance of Finding Calm Amidst the Chaos”

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the chaos and feel overwhelmed. Our daily lives are filled with noise, distractions, and constant stimulation, leaving little time for relaxation and reflection. This can take a toll on our mental and physical health, leading to stress, anxiety, and burnout. That’s why it’s essential to find ways to seek … Read more

Bangladesh: A Country on March Away from Democracy

Bangladesh is at a crossroads. After years of political turmoil and uncertainty, the country’s future as a democratic nation is uncertain. The current government has been accused of curbing democracy and suppressing dissent, leading many to believe that the country is headed towards dictatorship. The Rise of Authoritarianism Since coming to power in 2009, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government has … Read more

China FM: ASEAN should avoid power struggles between major nations. Gong Qin.”

BEIJING: Foreign Minister of China  Qin Gang said on Tuesday that the Organization of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) should avoid any conflicts between powerful nations (Mar 7). Moreover, Qin stated that ASEAN cannot act as an agent of any outside force during an annual meeting of the legislature in Beijing. The foreign minister was replying to a question about how … Read more

Myanmar Military’s Bloody Crackdown

The article examines the recent attack on civilians by the Myanmar military in the Sagaing region, highlighting the timeline of events, casualty count, and internation hual response. It also sheds light on the escalating violence against civilians in Myanmar and the resulting humanitarian crisis. The article concludes with a call to action for the international community to do more to … Read more

In reaction to anti-India posters in Geneva, the MEA summons the Swiss Ambassador.

        On March 5, India summoned swiss envoy Ralf Heckner after several anti-India posters were put up in front of the UN office in Geneva after the latest UNHRC session, reports said. India has reportedly lodged a formal protest against the malicious posters, one of which said” women in India are treated as slaves”.India’s concerns were conveyed to Switzerland, Hecker … Read more

Iranian Comedian Zeniab Sentenced to 2 years for Criticizing Imposition.

“An Iranian court on Monday convicted Zeinab Mousavi for speaking against the laws and criticizing the nation’s government. ” She was punished for supporting the hijab row and challenging the nation’s suppressing laws against women through her skits. The court imprisoned the former comedian for two years. Highlights Who is Zeniab Mousavi ? Zeniab was arrested in the central city … Read more

Bombing outside the Foreign Ministry in Afghanistan

Dozens were killed in a suicide bombing outside the Kabul Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Police said at least five civilians were killed, but another Taliban official said the number was up to 20. A local branch of the Islamic State group known as ISIS–K claimed to have carried out the attack. It comes after recent explosions aimed at foreign … Read more

Politics of climate change

With an alarming rise in temperature patterns, climate change has acquired the reigns of development. However, the conduction and results of this development run beyond traditional patterns. Rising risks The concept of development has often contradicted itself. While the word may imply progress, it fails to translate this definition into today’s world. While new skyscrapers and industries keep the atmosphere … Read more