From Earth to space-based: future of the Internet

We are living in an age of hyper-globalization. The world is virtually connected more than it has ever been so, historically. Technology has given us amazing things like smartphones, supercomputers and a plethora of other Internet of Things (IoT). Internet is the only network that connects the whole globe with great ease. It allows billions… Continue reading From Earth to space-based: future of the Internet

Ukraine says Iran report ‘cynical’ bid to cover aircraft crash trigger

Criticism comes after Iran’s aviation company mentioned the crash was a results of an error by air defence operator who mistook the aircraft as a hostile goal. Ukraine has criticised an Iranian report into the downing of a Ukrainian passenger aircraft final 12 months as a “cynical attempt” by the authorities in Tehran to cover… Continue reading Ukraine says Iran report ‘cynical’ bid to cover aircraft crash trigger

Israel’s overseas minister continues anti-ICC marketing campaign in Russia

Mar 17, 2021 Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi met March 17 along with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov, who welcomed the extent of coordination between the international locations on worldwide and regional points, notably the confidential dialogue channel established in recent times between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Ashkenazi stated, “I… Continue reading Israel’s overseas minister continues anti-ICC marketing campaign in Russia

Thousands of submissions from dozens of nations acquired at annual picture contest in reminiscence of slain journalist Andrei Stenin

An annual worldwide contest for younger photojournalists, which commemorates Russian photographer Andrei Stenin, who was killed in jap Ukraine, has introduced its first outcomes after entries closed in late February. The seventh annual Andrei Stenin International Press Photo Contest has acquired nearly 4,500 submissions from some 70 international locations from all around the globe, the… Continue reading Thousands of submissions from dozens of nations acquired at annual picture contest in reminiscence of slain journalist Andrei Stenin

‘Russians are pretty good scientists’: EU inner market chief says he has ‘no reason’ to doubt Sputnik V vaccine

European Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton has mentioned that he has “no reason” to doubt the efficacy of the Russian-made Sputnik V vaccine. He added that Brussels wants a big portfolio of vaccines to battle Covid-19. Breton was requested at Wednesday’s press briefing in Brussels whether or not the EU ought to add Sputnik… Continue reading ‘Russians are pretty good scientists’: EU inner market chief says he has ‘no reason’ to doubt Sputnik V vaccine

Ample sports strengthen youth’s mental and physical ability, Isphanyar Bhandara

Chief Executive Murree Brewery Company Mr. Isphanyar Bhandara says that sports help in developing the mental and physical abilities of the youth. This builds their character along with improving patience and courage in their personalities, because self-confidence in a person can play an important role in the country’s development. He added that the players are… Continue reading Ample sports strengthen youth’s mental and physical ability, Isphanyar Bhandara

Audi Pakistan starts booking for e-tron GTs 2021

Audi Pakistan has started the booking for the new Audi E-Tron GT. The car was launched in the international market a few days ago and as of today, the booking for the Sedan has started in Pakistan as well. Read More: Government considers establishing an Electric Vehicle (EV)Board The brave new GT in an electric… Continue reading Audi Pakistan starts booking for e-tron GTs 2021

France provides 65 Million Euros soft loan for the BRT Red Line in Karachi

On March 15, 2021, 2020, Mr. Noor Ahmed, Secretary of Economic Affairs Division (EAD), H.E. Mr Marc Barety, Ambassador of France, and Mr. Philippe Steinmetz, Country Director of the French Agency for Development (AFD), signed the Credit Financing Agreement worth Euros 65 million to co-finance with ADB, AIIB and Green Climate Fund (GCF). Subsequent Project… Continue reading France provides 65 Million Euros soft loan for the BRT Red Line in Karachi

Al Gore: Every American citizen “ought to be automatically registered to vote”

Bloomberg Manafort Sued by Bank Which Lent Mortgage on His Hamptons Home (Bloomberg) — The Chicago financial institution that loaned hundreds of thousands of {dollars} to Paul Manafort underneath its founder and former longtime chief govt has now sued the previous Trump marketing campaign chairman and his spouse, searching for to foreclose upon his mansion… Continue reading Al Gore: Every American citizen “ought to be automatically registered to vote”

10 questions if FATF is biased against Pakistan

The decision of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to keep Pakistan in its grey list till June 2021 despite the fact that it addressed 24 out of 27 action items has raised serious questions over the approach of global terror-financing and money-laundering watchdog. Ignoring to include India and Afghanistan in its list even with… Continue reading 10 questions if FATF is biased against Pakistan