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The news is worrying because A: the basis for removal of Twitter accounts of certain countries (especially China) sets a dangerous precedent, and B: mainstream media is averse to investigate the hidden agenda behind the vicious move.
In an unprecedented move, Nepal, which shares a border of over 1,850 km with five Indian states, unanimously voted to amend its Constitution and incorporate the country’s new map into its national emblem.
According to the latest findings and analysis by YouGov, a British market research and data analytics firm that tracks how people are responding to the outbreak and their views on their government’s handling of the contagious disease, approval of government handling of COVID-19 has plunged to lowest level.
Even if the call to boycott Chinese products and services is voluntary, it is utterly impractical, extremely emotional, completely uneconomical, and deeply affects India’s national interest.
By declaring their harbors as unsafe, the EU countries have turned their back on thousands of asylum-seekers taking dangerous journeys across the Mediterranean to escape conflict, persecution, and poverty in the Middle East and North Africa.
A senior Trump administration official and two ex-officials told The Washington Post that a nuclear test could show the world that the US can “rapid test” as well as strengthen the country’s position as Trump seeks a trilateral military and weapons deal with Russia and China.
While coronavirus has been rightly treated as an immediate threat, the mainstream media has largely ignored news stories equally in need of international attention, such as the crisis in the Middle East.