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Oct 2021

Oct 02, 2023

Spain: Conservative Leader Alberto Nunez-Feijoo Fails PM Bid

  • Spain's conservative leader Alberto Nunez-Feijoo lost his bid to become the country's next Prime Minister after failing to secure enough votes, paving the way for outgoing Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to remain in office if he strikes a divisive deal with separatist parties in the parliament.

India Ranks 56th Position in World Talent Ranking 2023

  • Out of 64 economies, India has slipped four spots to 56th position, compared to its 52nd position in 2022, in the 2023 World Talent Ranking, according to the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) release.
  • Though the report acknowledges India's infrastructure improvements, it underscores the need for further enhancement in talent competitiveness.
  • The IMD World Talent Ranking considers various factors, including quality of life, statutory minimum wage, and primary and secondary education.
  • In the IMD World Talent Ranking 2023, Switzerland ranked on top, while Luxembourg was in second place, followed by Iceland, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

Oct 01, 2023

India Retains 40th Rank in Global Innovation Index 2023, Switzerland Tops

  • India retained its 40th rank out of 132 economies in the Global Innovation Index 2023 rankings published by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).
  • Switzerland for a 13th year ranked first in the index. Sweden second and the United States on third, followed by the United Kingdom (4th) and Singapore (5th).

Iran Successfully Launches Military's New Imaging Satellite

  • Iran's Revolutionary Guards successfully launched a third military satellite into orbit.
  • The Noor 3 imaging satellite was launched by the three-stage Qased, or messenger carrier, which launched its predecessor Noor 2 in 2022.
  • The US military has said that the long-range ballistic technology used by Iran to launch satellites may also enable it to launch long-range weapons, possibly even nuclear warheads.
  • Iran denies the US assertion that activities like satellite launch is a cover for development of ballistic missiles and maintains that it has never pursued development of nuclear weapons.

Sep 30, 2023

What is the Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance?

  • The Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance, often referred to as simply 'Five Eyes', is a secretive international intelligence coalition comprising five English-speaking countries. Established in the aftermath of World War II, this alliance has played a pivotal role in shaping global intelligence and security strategies. In this article, we will delve into the history, purpose, and controversies surrounding the Five Eyes alliance.
  • The Five Eyes alliance originated as a post-war intelligence-sharing agreement between the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Formed in 1946, its primary objective was to share signals intelligence (SIGINT) to counter the emerging Soviet threat during the Cold War.

Kamal Menghrajani, Indian-American Cancer Doctor, Among 15 Gifted White House Fellows

  • Kamal Menghrajani, an Indian-American cancer physician, is among 15 remarkably gifted, passionate, and accomplished individuals chosen to the 2023-2024 class of White House Fellows.
  • Menghrajani is placed at the Office of Science and Technology Policy. She treats patients with leukaemia.
  • She will spend a year working with senior White House Staff, Cabinet Secretaries, and other top-ranking administration officials.
  • While on faculty at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, she conducted cancer research focused on early diagnosis and prevention, and has spearheaded health equity efforts for vulnerable populations in global contexts, including Nicaragua, Bolivia, and Uganda.
  • Founded in 1964, the White House Fellows programme offers exceptional young leaders first-hand experience working at the highest levels of the Federal government. Fellows spend a year working with senior White House Staff, Cabinet Secretaries, and other top-ranking administration officials and leave the Administration equipped to serve as better leaders in their communities.

Sep 29, 2023

International Scientists Make Refined Map of World's '8th Continent' Zealandia

  • A dedicated team of international geologists and seismologists embarked on a mission to chart the depths of Zealandia, a relatively unknown landmass submerged beneath the Pacific Ocean. Their efforts resulted in the creation of an updated and highly detailed map that sheds light on the continent's intriguing geological features.
  • Zealandia, often referred to as the eighth continent, remains shrouded in oceanic mystery, with a staggering 94% of its expanse concealed beneath the sea's surface. The remaining 6% peeks above the waves, encompassing islands such as New Zealand and its neighboring isles.
  • The geological history of Zealandia dates back approximately 83 million years when volcanic forces played a pivotal role in the separation of the supercontinent Gondwana, giving rise to the continents we recognize today.

Sri Lanka's IMF Bailout Faces Delay Amidst Ongoing Debt Restructuring

  • Sri Lanka is facing delays in receiving the second tranche of its $2.9 billion IMF bailout package due to unresolved issues with its external debt restructuring. This crisis came as the nation grapples with its worst economic downturn in history, characterized by dwindling foreign exchange reserves and public protests over shortages of vital commodities.
  • In March 2023, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) granted Sri Lanka a 48-month extended arrangement worth $2.9 billion under the Extended Fund Facility (EFF). The aim was to bolster Sri Lanka's economic policies and promote essential reforms.

Sep 28, 2023

North Korea Changes Constitution and Declares Itself a Nuclear State

  • North Korea adopted a constitutional amendment to enshrine its policy on nuclear force, as the country's leader pledged to accelerate production of nuclear weapons to deter what he called U.S. provocations.
  • The Supreme People's Assembly unanimously adopted the revision that states North Korea develops highly nuclear weapons to ensure its rights to existence and to deter war, after the conclusion of a two day-meeting of the North's rubber-stamp parliament.
  • "The DPRK's nuclear force-building policy has been made permanent as the basic law of the state, which no one is allowed to flout with anything," North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said, addressing the parliament. DPRK are the initials of the North's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
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