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India and China ink economic agreements, UN veto and border dispute in cold storage!

Ever since Indian embarked upon liberalization and excessive privatization by selling pubic wealth to corporate two decades ago under Congress rule, the major thrust of Indian foreign adventures has been obtaining a veto handle on discredited UNSC, alongside economic deals.

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi with the President of the People's Republic of China, Mr. Xi Jinping, at Shaanxi Guest House, in Xi'an, China on May 14, 2015.
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Jetman ‘s Stunts in Dubai Skies

Yves Rossy, the Swiss aviation enthusiast, famously known as the ‘Jetman’, performed yet another set of breathtakingly beautiful aerial manoeuvres this week while flying in the skies over Dubai.

Jetman ‘s Stunts in Dubai Skies
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Where do we stand?

I am shocked to see that again not a single Indian University can make it in the top 200 World Universities. There is no sign of improvement of our Universities in the country till now.

Where do we stand?
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Lord Mayor Of London On A Three-Day Business Promotion Today In Sri Lanka

The Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Alan Yarrow, is to lead a business delegation to Sri Lanka (17-19 May) as part of efforts to make sure London and the UK remain the regional partner of choice when it comes to financial and professional services.

Lord Mayor of London - Alan Yarrow
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Letter from America: Thoughts on the upcoming Oslo Conference

In recent weeks, Rohingyas stranded in rickety boats in the Andaman Sea has caused international alarm. There are several thousand of these migrants in boats off the coasts of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia with dwindling supplies of food and water.

Letter from America: Thoughts on the upcoming Oslo Conference
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