Rajan Gandhi After COVID19 pandemic waves of 2020 and 2021 much was expected from 2022 which started with third wave of COVID19 for first two months and gradually ebbed down. Once the lockdown/closure effects reduced wheels of happening and development started picking up speed and what followed in 2022 is a beautiful transformation journey to remember. Development Unprecedented budget allocation by GoI to Jammu and Kashmir as well as Ladakh, despite resources crunch due to pandemic, ushered a new phase [?]
In this article, we talk about the 25 most dangerous countries in the world in 2022. You can skip our detailed analysis of the relationship between crime and economic growth around the world and go directly to 5 Most Dangerous Countries in the World in 2022. Crime, Instability and Economy Research from Auburn University shows [?]
?Will combat cyber terror, protect J&K from threats? *Jammu, Srinagar to have Security Operation Centres Sanjeev Pargal JAMMU, Dec 2: The Jammu and Kashmir Government will be initiating a series of steps to tackle cyber attacks which include creation of a pool of ?Cyber Security Analysts? to combat cyber terrorism, establish Centre of Excellence (CoE) for tackling modern-day security threats, set up a ?think tank? for policy and decision inputs, have an early warning and response system and form Computer [?]
Pakistan's former prime minister Imran Khanhas called off his long protest march in Islamabad, fearing it would cause havoc in the country. Khan made his announcement on Saturday (Nov 26) in his first public appearance since he was attacked. Khan-led nationwide march, which was supposed to conclude in Islamabad, presented a high risk of escalating political unrest with an ongoing economic crisis.
U.S. President Joe Biden's administration ratcheted up economic pressure on Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's government on Monday through a series of steps targeting the country's mining, gold and other sectors.