Wednesday, Jun. 26, 2019


Army controlled shadow governments control elected Prime Ministers in Thailand and Pakistan
Sudhir Chadda, New Delhi
Pakistan military got Imran Khan elected as Prime Mister. Pakistan military establishment needs an obedient civilian front face to cover the act deep state. Same thing is happening in Thailand.
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US to add 180,000 jobs with unemployment rate at 3.7%
Priya Rai, New Delhi
Effect on job growth in US for outsourcing sector is positive. The lack of skilled workers is expected to continue as the department of labor announces unemployment data on Friday.
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US China trade talk stalls and may go nowhere soon
Suresh Pravu, Bangalore
There is little chance of any trade deal between US and China this year or next year. The grain markets are showing enough signs for little hope. Crude market may stall and pull back as dollar rises in the rest of the year.
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Rahul Gandhi calls India's anti China ASAT achievement as Theater
Sudhir Chadda, New Delhi
Indian Congress Party chief could not wait much before again insulting his own country after India demonstrated anti satellite missile capability leading to a overall missile shield against any adversaries.
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University Admission and Aid in US controversial and questionable after parents get indicted
Adhik Som, NY
Recent indictments of several parents who opted for criminal activities to get their children into prestigious colleges and universities in US show how corrupt and biased the process is.
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Opioid OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma moves to resolve law suites but it may be too late
Sonia Joshi, Bangalore
In an apparent move to resolve more than 1500 law suites caused by Opioid OxyContin, the drug maker Purdue Pharma is taking proactive steps in Oklahoma to resolve the issues.
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Lyft IPO to be offered between $62 and $68
Kiran Chaube, New Delhi
In an apparent strength of demand of the initial public offering Lyft is offering the shares above the target price. The stock market mood and sentiment is dictating Lyft's apparent above target pricing.
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After US, Russia, and China India joins space superpower club after demonstrating shooting down space satellite
Arun Sinha, Mumbai
India established itself today as a major space super power that can engage in a space war for dominance.Code named
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China protects Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar from UN sanctions while tackling 13000 terrorists in Xinjiang
Balaji Reddy, Mumbai
China kept 13,000 Uyghur "terrorists" in Xinjiang in abusive prisons. They were forced to give up Islam, show allegiance to Chinese communism, and subjected to routine abuse.
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Indian Navy flexing strength in Arabian Sea to set stage for Naval Blockade for Pakistan
Sudhir Chadda, Mumbai
Indian Navy has started to build Naval strength around Pakistan waters to show what a naval blockade of Pakistan will be if any more terrorist act happens in India coming from Pakistan sponsored terror organizations.
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Bangladesh cricket team escapes narrowly in New Zealand Mosque attack
Balaji Reddy, Mumbai
Bangladesh cricket team has escaped narrowly in New Zealand Mosque attacks. Player Tamim Iqbal said that active shooters were spraying bullets and it was blood all over.
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Russian and Syrian offensive in Idlib with a demilitarized buffer zone with Turkey
Sudhir Chadda, New Delhi
Russian and Syrian armed forces in Syria are pushing forward a final offensive on the rebels in Idlib. UN has pointed out the battle of Idlib can be dipterous in terms of human tragedy and crisis.
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Women uprise against Pakistani Police
Borkha Azmi, Middle East
Assaulting women is common practice by Pakistani Police and law enforcement personnel. The law enforcers suffer a massive trust deficit among the common Pakistani citizens specially women of Pakistan.
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Sanjay Manjrekar predicts India may fail miserably in World Cup Cricket
Harish Bandre, Mumbai
The team is subjected to a continuous trial and error by the captain and the coach. England will be unfriendly in term of pitch, wind, and the crowd for the Indians.
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Indian tech job applicants lack skill sets for available high tech jobs due to low quality university education
Sonia Joshi, Bangalore
According IBM Chief Ginny Rometty,there are plenty of jobs but Indian tech job applicants lack skill sets to fulfill them.
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Walmart and Amazon making big mistakes in India
Sunita Agarwal, Pune
Recently US-based corporations Amazon and Walmart, which owns 77% stake in Flipkart lost close to $50 billion in market value as Government of India changed ecommerce policies affecting the profit margins of Amazon and Walmart.
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Ananya Pundey chose Bollywood's 'Student Of The Year 2' over New York University - now she is part of Bollywood
Neha Pushkar, Bollywood, Mumbai
Last year she got admitted in New York University and University of California. All set to travel to the land of liberty, she was offered a lead role in upcoming 'Student Of The Year 2' movie. Now she is part and parcel of Bollywood
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