British Political Parties Set Out to Appease Muslim Vote Bank World

British Political Parties Set Out to Appease Muslim Vote Bank

The Labour party’s position on the Israel-Hamas war appears to have dented its support in Muslim areas in England’s local elections. Despite the fact that Labour has traditionally been far more popular with Muslim voters than any other major party, the party has suffered heavy losses in wards with a large number of Muslim voters … writes Dr Sakariya Kareem.
Vietnam Raises Three Key Focuses at BRICS Dialogue World

Vietnam Raises Three Key Focuses at BRICS Dialogue

The group of emerging economies, known as BRICS, stands for Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
"India will always work closely with our valued partners": PM Modi thanks foreign dignitaries who joined his oath taking ceremony World

"India will always work closely with our valued partners": PM Modi thanks foreign dignitaries who joined his oath taking ceremony

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed gratitude to foreign dignitaries for their participation in his oath-taking ceremony, reaffirming India's commitment to its ' Neighbourhood First' policy.
Modi 3.0: President Muizzu Attends Modi’s Swearing-In Ceremony

Modi 3.0: President Muizzu Attends Modi’s Swearing-In Ceremony

The atmosphere was electrifying at the grand swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, marking the commencement of his third term.
US commends India on 'successfully completing massive electoral undertaking', hopes for "continued close partnership"

US commends India on 'successfully completing massive electoral undertaking', hopes for "continued close partnership"

US on Tuesday (local time) commended India on completing the world's largest electoral exercise - 2024 Lok Sabha polls spread over 44 days starting from April 19-June 1, and hoped for "continued close partnership" between the two countries after NDA's third consecutive win - Modi 3.0.
Lowy Institute Survey: Australians Think Positively of Vietnam

Lowy Institute Survey: Australians Think Positively of Vietnam

The twentieth edition of the annual Lowy Institute Poll reveals Australians' affection for Vietnam is increasing
Germany congratulates Indians on successfully conducting “world’s largest democratic elections”

Germany congratulates Indians on successfully conducting “world’s largest democratic elections”

The German Foreign Office has congratulated Indians for successfully conducting the “world’s largest democratic elections.” It said that Germany is looking forward to working with India’s new government and taking cooperation to the next level.
The Chinese Strategy and Consistent Disgard of Territorial Sovereignty of Nations

The Chinese Strategy and Consistent Disgard of Territorial Sovereignty of Nations

China’s continued challenges to territorial sovereignty of various nation states around the world is slowly becoming a growing international concern
UN Marks International Day of Vesak

UN Marks International Day of Vesak

A celebration was held in New York on May 20 to observe the International Day of Vesak, which falls on the full moon of the fourth lunar month, dedicated to Lord Buddha.
Haji Syed Salman named Ambassador for the International Day of Living Together in Peace at Geneva

Haji Syed Salman named Ambassador for the International Day of Living Together in Peace at Geneva

Haji Syed Salman Chishty, Gaddi Nashin of Dargah Ajmer Sharif and Chairman of the Chishty Foundation has been honored as the Ambassador for the International Day of Living Together in Peace in its seventh edition, which is observed annually on 16 May by member states of the United Nations.
Vietnamese Pho Stands out at ASEAN Cuisine Promotion Festival

Vietnamese Pho Stands out at ASEAN Cuisine Promotion Festival

The ASEAN Committee in Prague held the ASEAN Cook Show 2024 in Prague (Czech Republic) on May 16.
Vietnam Supports Education Promotion Topics in UN Agenda

Vietnam Supports Education Promotion Topics in UN Agenda

An ambassadorial meeting of the Group of Friends for Education and Lifelong Learning took place in New York on May 15. The meeting were attended by United Nations (UN) Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammad, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Education Stefania Giannini, Ambassador, Head of diplomatic delegations, and representatives of nearly 30 UN member states.
Japan Plans to Provide Flood Risk Warning Maps for Southeast Asia

Japan Plans to Provide Flood Risk Warning Maps for Southeast Asia

The Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism plans to support disaster preparation in four Southeast Asian countries, namely Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, and Cambodia, by providing flood risk warning maps.
Fourth Joint Committee Held to Review ASEAN-India Trade in Goods Agreement

Fourth Joint Committee Held to Review ASEAN-India Trade in Goods Agreement

According to the Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the 4th Joint Committee meeting for the review of the ASEAN-India Trade in Goods Agreement (AITIGA) was held in Putrajaya, Malaysia from 7-9 May 2024 with the delegates from India and all 10 ASEAN countries.
Act East Policy : India, Indonesia vow to expand collaboration in defence, maritime security

Act East Policy : India, Indonesia vow to expand collaboration in defence, maritime security

India and Indonesia, driven by their Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, have agreed to intensify their defence, maritime security and multilateral cooperation under the Act East Policy.
The cost of dominance: China's evironmental destruction in the South China Sea

The cost of dominance: China's evironmental destruction in the South China Sea

In the midst of geopolitical tensions, a simmering environmental crisis is brewing beneath the surface of the South China Sea. While countries in the region, such as China, are busy strengthening their control, the delicate marine ecosystem is collapsing due to human actions. Decades of intense fishing, dredging to create new land, and the harvesting of giant clams have devastated the unique populations of the South China Sea, pushing many species towards extinction.
Vietnam Reunification Through the Lenses of Latin American Friends

Vietnam Reunification Through the Lenses of Latin American Friends

In the early morning of April 30, 1975, Latin American time, 11-year-old Jesús Germán Faría Tortosa woke up to the sound of "Vietnam ganó, Vietnam ganó" from outside.
Helmut Kutin, Long-serving President of SOS Children's Villages, Passes Away

Helmut Kutin, Long-serving President of SOS Children's Villages, Passes Away

Helmut Kutin, former President of SOS Children's Villages International, passed away from a serious illness at a hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, at the age of 83, on April 23. He devoted his whole life to helping children in difficult circumstances, hoping to give them a loving home.
China frustrated over joint naval and air drills in the Indo-Pacific region

China frustrated over joint naval and air drills in the Indo-Pacific region

China may find its aggressive push in the Indo-Pacific region being met with firm opposition from Japan, the Philippines, and the US as they have not only vowed to “resolutely respond” to any attempt by Beijing to unilaterally change the status quo in East and South China Seas, they have also agreed to “strengthen security and defense cooperation through dialogue among defense authorities.”
Washington-New Delhi Strategic Partnership Continues To Grow: US Envoy Says ‘If You Want To See The Future, Come To India’

Washington-New Delhi Strategic Partnership Continues To Grow: US Envoy Says ‘If You Want To See The Future, Come To India’

Lauding India’s development strides, US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti recently said if anyone wants to see the future they should come to India.
Discover The Unique Whipped Coffees Around The World

Discover The Unique Whipped Coffees Around The World

Coffee is an indispensable drink in the lives of many people, and the whipped coffee craze has to be one of the most appealing to caffeine lovers.
China called out for destructing coral reefs in South China Sea

China called out for destructing coral reefs in South China Sea

The global appeal to save vulnerable coral reefs against the backdrop of global warming is getting stronger, but the actions of the Chinese government and fishermen appear rather working in the opposite direction-- aggravating the loss of crucial underwater ecosystems. Land reclamation activities and illegal ornament trade by the Chinese have destroyed thousands of acres of coral reefs in the South China Sea.
Mass Afghan Deportation from Pakistan: A Brewing Crisis for Regional Stability and Development

Mass Afghan Deportation from Pakistan: A Brewing Crisis for Regional Stability and Development

From April 15, right after Ramadan, Pakistan will begin the quest to send about 850,000 documented Afghan refugees back to their country of origin
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