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Amidst the worst global crisis brought to us by a novel coronavirus, where millions of people are floundered, India is establishing itself as a responsible and reliable aid, by taking lead in addressing the crises.
While negotiations at the European Council continue unabated, an evident fact emerges from the European session: the current decision-making system is not adequate to deal with relevant and urgent problems.
India is the second country that is engulfed by the COVID-19 pandemic after the United States. With 113 K deaths, it has 7.43 million cases. On Friday, nearly 63K new cases of COVID-19 were reported in India amid a downturn in the number of new positive cases.
COVID-19 has brought many countries to an unexpected fork in their development trajectories. It has made visible new facts, figures and the feelings of citizens towards these facts and figures. India is working hard to convert the world crisis into an opportunity to create a self-reliance India.
On July 1, news broke that Taiwan and Somaliland, an unrecognized state that split away from Somalia in 1991, would set up delegate offices in their respective nations.
For the sake of technical disorientation, it is difficult to determine the nature of hundred billions dollars. Although the sentiment to compete with American and Chinese dominance is clear, European nations are playing the jackpot as it fits best. A sovereign fund cannot be a vision fund and vice versa.
Among the effects caused by the lockdowns to stem the Coronavirus infections is the decisive increase in the public debt of all countries in the world.
While we praise the efforts of the Indian government to resume railway services, let’s look at the loopholes that are going to affect people betwixt the increasing spread of the pandemic.
In the First Five-Year National Development Plan, an amount of $100 million was allotted by the government where importance was given to the development of communication and telecommunication, agriculture and fisheries, infrastructure and resettlement schemes, education, and medical services.
Last week, a research team of UK announced a breakthrough drug which created hope for people who are severely ill by COVID-19.
China is often said to be a major power, with the world’s largest economy and a world-class military.
The economic damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is largely driven by a fall in demand, meaning that there are not consumers to purchase the goods and services available in the global economy.
China has finally reacted to US President Donald Trump’s offer to “mediate or arbitrate” on the Indo-Sino border dispute, saying that there was “no need for a third-party intervention” between Beijing and New Delhi.
Despite vigorous denials of any wrongdoing, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted on Tuesday for bribery, fraud, and breach of trust.