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Deadpool 2 2018 | X-Men film series
28 July 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

This is what has lead them to give Deadpool 2 2018 an environmentally friendly signal yet it's still in today's world. Ryan Reynolds, who had previously been greatly admired for his acting skills within the first area of the movie will likely be seen showcasing his talent yet again within the second area of the movie. The Deadpool sequel is placed to release on June 1, 2018. The first p

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India-Turkey relations: Turkish delight turned sour
8 May 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s state visit to India last week was expected to open a new page in bilateral relations, which have traditionally alternated between formal and lukewarm, at best. The reason is simple. On issues of mutual concern, both countries have displayed a lack of sensitivity.   Turkey’s position on Kashmir has traditionally reflected it

Alka Das
The massive demand for jobs and the demon of India’s demography
27 February 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

A great deal has been spoken about India’s demographic dividend. By 2020, it is said, India will become the youngest country in the world, with its population’s median age at 29. That means a growing working age population which can purchase goods and services, and a growing middle class. China, by contrast, will have a population with a median age of 37. But the reality for a po

Monali Roy
BJP’s huge win means it will also inherit the Congress’ curse
24 February 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

At first sight, the results from the local polls in Maharashtra – not just to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, but those for 9 other local governments – seems to be more of the same. The Bharatiya Janata Party has done well, if not as sweepingly as in 2014, and the Congress has continued its apparently inexorable downward slide into the history. But there’s a deeper sig

Ani Das
Is India playing hardball by bringing Taiwan into the equation with China?
24 February 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

At the end of first restructured strategic dialogue this week between China and India, the irritants in this very important bilateral relationship show no sign of receding. The positions of the two nations remain exactly where they were before this round of talks. Just a few days back, China had once again vetoed a United States-sponsored resolution to designate Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Maulana

Alka Das
Is it mere wishful thinking – or time to say Khuda Hafiz to Hafiz Saeed?
23 February 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

A number of Indian news sites carried a Press Trust of India report on February 21 stating that Pakistan had cancelled the licences of 44 weapons issued to the co-founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba and the chief of Jama’at-ud-Da’wah Hafiz Muhammad Saeed and other members of his organisations. The PTI report cited a Punjab (Pakistan) home department notification as having cancelled the licen

Soumya Roy
Resetting China’s energy security goals
22 February 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

According to BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2016 (BP Stats 2016), China, with 23% of global energy consumption, is the largest energy consumer of the world. It also remains the world’s largest net importer of energy, with 16% of its energy needs met from imports, mostly from oil and natural gas, which comprises 61% and 30% respectively. Further, BP Energy Outlook 2035&nbs

Ani Das
Likely issues before the first India-China strategic dialogue
20 February 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

India’s Foreign Secretary Dr S. Jaishankar will be heading to Beijing for the first Strategic Dialogue with his Chinese counterpart Executive Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui on  Wednesday, February 22.  The decision to hold this Dialogue was taken by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during the latter’s visit to India in August las

Sona Roy
India, Indonesia inch closer
18 February 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

Making its ‘Act East’ policy more robust, India has now decided to hold its first-ever joint air combat exercise with Indonesia. India has also offered to train sailors from Indonesia in submarine operations in a boost to maritime security cooperation. The two countries also agreed to cooperate in defence manufacturing and expand military-to-military cooperation. Indonesian President J

Ani Das
Now, brace for a Frexit?
15 February 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

Jean-Luc Mélenchon in 2013 in Toulouse Source: Wikipedia FRANCE FREXIT Europe is holding its breath. On April 23 and May 7 this year, France will hold its first and second round elections to elect its President. This election is first of all a battleground for the French left and right in re-modelling themselves to conform to a turbulent world order. It could be the ultimate

Sona Roy
China’s MSR: A strategic view from India
13 February 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

Wikipedia CONNECTIVITY MSR Chinese President Xi Jinping rolled out the ambitious Silk Road plan in late 2013. The project which aims to connect Southeast Asia with Europe through the Western Pacific and the Indian Ocean is being founded on economic benefits for the entire region. There is no doubt that such a plan would strengthen the region’s connectivity and bolster Asia&rsquo

Alka Das
China-Brazil strategic partnership: Demystifying the relationship
24 January 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

As it assumes the BRICS presidency in 2017, China’s strategic partnership with Brazil – its fellow member in the bloc – comes into focus. Although the nature of China’s ties with the member nations in the BRICS group has been a subject of much deliberation, the country’s strategic partnership with Brazil is a seldom discussed issue. China’s association with B

Hansal Mehta
Govt to provide power to every home by 2019, says Minister
19 January 2017 News ≈ Current Affairs

The government will have the capacity to provide power to every home by 2019, according to Minister for Power, Coal, New Renewable Energy and Mines Piyush Goyal. Participating in the second edition of the annual Raisina Dialogue, organised by Observer Research Foundation in association with the Ministry of External Affairs, here on Wednesday night, Mr Goyal said the power position in

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