China Debt trap: These 8 countries of the world under the influence of China

  China’s government bank is giving a loan to other other countries more than there own people. This move of Chinese banks is being described as part of the government’s thoughtful strategy. Chinese President Xi Jinping has signed agreements for the development of infrastructure in several countries under the One Belt One Road project, but these […]

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How difficult it is to become a mother to a prime minister

Almost 30 years ago, Benazir Bhutto was the first leader to become a mother when she was prime minister. She gave birth to his daughter, Bakhtawar on January 25, 1990. Now 37-year-old Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand will be the second leader of the world, who will be the mother of the prime minister. But […]

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Mahathir Mohamad | Malaysia General Election, 2018

Malaysia just had its first-ever opposition victory. Following an election result that surprised even longtime analysts in the region, Najib Razak stepped down as Prime Minister in May 2018, to cede power to a man who not only mentored him but actually helped him get into power in the first place. So, what it will mean […]

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What is the use of balance transfer on credit card

A credit card is not just plastic money, but you provide many credit facilities that make life easier. One of these is a balance transfer facility which allows the cardholder to transfer credit from one card to another card. See how this facility can be available and whether it is a suitable option for you. What […]

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Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador | Mexican general election, 2018

  Mexican elections These are meant to be the most popular elections in Mexican history. Mexico is the biggest country in the Spanish speaking world. On this election, Mexico might say the last goodbye to Bipartisan politics. The front-runner, Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador is not a new candidate but he is completely out of mainstream politics. […]

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