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Maldives Expresses Gratitude to India for Essential Commodities Export Approval
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India's decision to permit the export of specific essential items for the year 2024-25, as per the request of the Maldivian government, was confirmed by the Indian High Commission. This move, announced via social media platform X by the Indian High Commissioner, emphasized its uniqueness under a bilateral mechanism, with revised upward quotas for each item, marking the highest quantities approved since the inception of this arrangement in 1981.
India Supports UNHRC Resolution Affirming Palestinian People's Right to Self-Determination
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With 42 member states lending their support, the draft resolution titled ‘Right of the Palestinian people to self-determination’ secured adoption within the Council. Notably, India stood alongside other nations in endorsing this resolution, emphasizing the importance of recognizing and upholding the Palestinian people's inherent right to self-determination.
Indian Student's Tragic Demise in Ohio: Updates from Indian Consulate in New York
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Expressing deep sorrow over the incident, the consulate assured that every possible assistance is being extended to facilitate the repatriation of Mr. Uma Gadde's remains to India without delay.
Allegations of Interference: Indian and Pakistani Involvement in Canadian Elections, Claims Canadian Spy Agency
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The document reveals that both India and Pakistan made efforts to intervene in Canada's electoral process, as reported by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. India has vehemently denied these accusations, labeling them as "baseless," and instead pointed fingers at Ottawa for meddling in its internal affairs.
India's Abstention in UN Human Rights Council: Impact on Gaza Ceasefire Resolution
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Alongside India, countries like France, Japan, the Netherlands, and Romania also abstained, while those opposing the resolution included Argentina, Bulgaria, Germany, and the US. Nations supporting the resolution encompassed Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Qatar, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam.
Governor of Murmansk Region Seriously Injured in Stabbing Incident
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The assailant, identified as Alexander Bydanov, was promptly apprehended by security personnel at the scene. According to reports from the governor's spokesperson, the attack was sudden and devoid of any explicit demands or slogans from the perpetrator. A swift response from a Russian National Guard officer led to Bydanov's swift capture.
Protect Civilians in Gaza to Secure US Support, Biden Tells Netanyahu
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Amid escalating global outcry following the tragic killing of six aid workers affiliated with Spanish-American chef and humanitarian Jose Andres's World Central Kitchen, President Biden stressed the imperative of an "immediate ceasefire" to alleviate the dire humanitarian circumstances prevailing in the region.
Maldives' Friendship with India Endures: Minister Affirms
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In an interview with Turkey-based news outlet TRT World, Maldives' Economic Minister Mohamed Saeed addressed the possibility of maintaining friendly relations with both China and India. He asserted that the Maldives cherishes its friendships with all nations, highlighting the country's openness as a tourist destination appreciated by both Chinese and Indian visitors. Minister Saeed reiterated the Maldives' friendship with India, clarifying that the rejection pertains to the presence of foreign soldiers rather than the nations themselves.
Trump Ahead of Biden in 6 out of 7 Battleground States for US Election
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The electorate expresses widespread dissatisfaction with the national economic landscape, coupled with substantial reservations regarding Biden's competency and performance in office, as unveiled by a recent survey conducted by the Wall Street Journal.
Rishi Sunak-led Conservative Party heading for wipeout in UK general election, predicts another survey
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These new projections, utilizing multi-level modeling and post-stratification (MRP) techniques, come on the heels of a previous large-scale poll conducted over the weekend, which also foresaw a defeat for the Tories. According to the latest figures, Labour, under the leadership of Keir Starmer, is anticipated to gain 201 seats, while the Conservative Party, led by Sunak, is expected to plummet to a mere 155 seats – reflecting a loss of 210 seats.
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