Despite little hope for major breakthrough, Singh, Gilani meeting marks a step forward
When Indian Premier Manmohan Singh and Pakistani Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani shook hands at a cricket stadium in the northern Indian city of Mohali, it was not merely a photo-op but they were setting off yet another round of “cricket diplomacy” that marked a tentative return of good will. This is the third time the two nations are using the game to bridge their differences.
Perhaps no organization in modern world has shaken the oppressive governments as much as WikiLeaks has and no other organization can claim to have effectively followed its official slogan to letter and spirit as wikileaks has through its exemplary work -“We open governments” the slogan of wikileaks has been perfectly been epitomized by wikileaks through its revolutionary acts that have shaken many repressive global regimes.
WikiLeaks revelations will only add to the woes of India’s Manmohan Singh
THE woes of India's Congress and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh never seem to end. As if the numerous corruption scandals that have haunted the government in recent weeks and months were not enough, it has now been hit with the muck of WikiLeaks' disclosures claiming the governing party bought opposition MPs in Parliament to win a crucial trust vote on the US nuclear deal in 2008.
In the wake of Japan developments, there are worries about safety at Iran’s Bushehr Serious concerns have been raised about building standards and safety at Iran’s first nuclear reactor at Bushehr. In the wake of the disaster at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi reactor, they are valid concerns. The Japanese nuclear plant exploded as a result of the earthquake and tsunami last Friday.
Some banks spread stories about ‘unrest’ in the Kingdom with a hidden agendaAt the moment there are scare stories on a daily basis in the international press about the dangers for the world of regional unrest spreading in Saudi Arabia.