Julie Bishop

Australia says, it will oppose Beijing's construction of artificial reefs & militarisation in South China Sea

Australia has said, it will oppose Beijing's construction of artificial reefs and their militarisation in the disputed South China Sea. Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop who is New Delhi on two day visit said that freedom of navigation in the Sea must be ensured. 

Delivering a lecture in New Delhi yesterday she said, Australia will continue to oppose the construction of artificial reefs and militarisation of those structures in the South China Sea.

Syrian Army

Syrian army captures more oil wells in Raqqa province

The Syrian Army supported by Iranian backed militias seized new oil fields in the desert in the southwest of Raqqa province yesterday in new advances against retreating Islamic state militants. 

The Syrian Army said on state media that they had taken al Daylaa oil field alongside the Zamla gas field in large stretches of territory the militant group have been pulling out of in recent weeks to defend their remaining possessions in Syria. 

Solar Village

India launches solar project in an Egyptian village, close to the Libyan border

India has launched a solar project to electrify the remote village in Egypt with state-of-the-art technology. The Solar Electrification Project, an off-grid system that is ideal for remote locations has been launched at Agaween village, close to the Libyan border.

Sanjay Bhattacharyya, India’s Ambassador to Egypt and Major General Alla Fathi AbouZeid, Governor of Matrouh inaugurated the project. Mr. Bhattacharyya said, “The project harnesses the sun and enriches the life of the villagers. The project is a demonstration of India’s technical capabilities, especially in renewable energy, and can be replicated at other locations in Egypt.”

Fobes Survey

The people of the country increased the confidence of the government, ahead of US-Russia in Forbes survey

In the meantime Forbes, a well-known media company of the world, and especially because of its magazine, has made a tweet, citing people living in 34 major democracies of the world. In this tweet, Forbes said that 73 percent of India's people believe in the present government. The trust of people over the present country has not fallen. They are well versed with the style of government. However, after this tweet of Forbes, it has been a lot of annoyance in the whole world.

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Survey

After seeing this tweet, it seems that countries such as USA, UK, Germany and Japan are far behind India. After India, Canada is second in this case, a country like France is far behind. Greece is at the bottom of all these countries.

Significantly (OECD-Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) is a unique forum. Here 34 democratic countries help each other at the economic level. Apart from this, more than 70 non-member economies are also associated with this institution. They are strive for each other's economic development, prosperity and sustainable development.