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President Joe Biden – From Scranton to White House

Joe Biden,78 -- the 46th U.S. president is the oldest person to assume presidency in the history of USA.

25 Years of Internet: will Indians change the shape of things to come?

In reality, only 30% of India is online today. Over the next five years or so, an estimated 75-80% of new users will come from rural areas. The writing on the wall is loud and clear - Indians will shape the way the internet is used around the world…

Biden’s real challenge: setting America’s finances right

The US dollar is the worlds most trusted and preferred currency. It is hardly a surprise then that 66% of the worlds reserves are held in US dollars.

Joe Biden’s top priorities during the first 100 days in office

One of Joseph R. Biden’s immediate priorities during the first 100 days in office would be to rebuild America and undo a number of things done by his predecessor Donald Trump

Nigeria: spurt in women and children suicide bombers

Number of incidents of suicide attacks by women and girls first five months of 2015 is more than 2014

The men who ruled America

At least 14 Vice presidents of USA have gone on to become President. John Adams was the first vice president to become president. Now Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. the 15th Vice President is due to become the 46th president on January 20, 2021.

Fake, unqualified pilots have hijacked Civil Aviation in Pakistan

The civil aviation industry in Pakistan is in deep trouble. Many airline companies are on the verge of closure. To add insult to injury many pilots are cheating in the qualifying exams or getting someone else to impersonate on their behalf

What needs to be done to make China stop dictating terms?

China is trying to break the political will of countries who it thinks are moving closer to the USA. It is trying to separate the USA from its allies and partners by breaking the transatlantic alliance, as China’s only friends are weak Pakistan and North Korea.

No good time for oil economics : OPEC

Oil prices are under pressure... Several OPEC members are on a collision course showing a substantial increase in production

Pakistan going all out to revive the defunct Khalistan movement

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, a pro-Khalistan hardliner wrote to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, “if India ever attacked Pakistan, the Pro-Khalistan Sikhs will extend full support to Pakistan”.

Oil pipelines are attractive targets for sabotage and theft

Offshore pipelines are more prone to sabotage because they are long-distance and it is not cost-effective to protect every centimetre of the length. It is also easier for the saboteurs to tackle onshore installations or pipelines.

Oil and Gas installations are attractive targets for terrorists: Dr Ajay Kumar

Oil and Gas installations have never been safe – in the water, or above the ground. Every sector of the oil and gas fuel cycle is vulnerable to terrorist threats.

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