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Recently, India and Myanmar have agreed to set a $ 3 bn trade target to be achieved by 2015. At present, the bi-lateral trade b/w India and Myanmar is $ 1.5 bn. Please note that India and Myanmar have identified the border trade point at Moreh on the Indian side and Tamu on the Myanmar ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
First Overseas Campus set up by IIFT in Kampala, Uganda India-Africa Institute of Foreign Trade (IAIFT) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), a Government-run Institute to setup its first overseas campus in Kampala, Uganda Objective: To help students of African nations comprehend the subtlety of globalization and capacity-building in the continent The institute India-Africa Institute ..
CSTO (Collective Security Treaty Organization): 7 former Soviet republics form the CSTO CSTO to hold joint strategic military exercises code-named “Center 2011” Drills will begin are due to take place in Russia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan Game will be held under the leadership of Russian General Staff Chief Army General and the active phase of ..
Topics: Armed Forces of Armenia • Collective Security Treaty Organization • Continents • Countries • International Relations • Kyrgyzstan • Landlocked countries • Member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States • Member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation • Member states of the United Nations • Military of Tajikistan • Post-Soviet states
Dr Valiya Hamza is an Indian-origin scientists who has been studying the mighty Amazon River region for over four decades. Amazon, as we know is the second longest river in the world and by far the largest by water flow with largest drainage basin in the world, about 7,050,000 square kilometres, that accounts for approximately ..
Topics: Amazon basin • Amazon rainforest • Amazon River • Americas • Continents • Environmental flow • Geography of South America • Geology of Brazil • Hamza River • Regions of South America • Upper Amazon • Valiya Hamza
Recently, the other countries of ASEAN group have blamed Philippines for delay, when it refused to make any meaningful offer to open up its services market to Indian professionals. Thus, the country has been playing the spoilsport in the recent India-Asean services negotiations in Indonesia. In this context, India’s Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma ..