The relations between India and Sudan have been warm and cordial since the ancient times. There were contacts between the Nilotic and Indus Valley civilizations according to archaeological evidences. The ancient trade included silk, leather, gold, silver ornaments. In 1900, Indian experts developed the forestry sector. In 1935, Mahatma Gandhiji stopped over Port Sudan on ..
Sudan: GK, Current Affairs, Questions, Trivia and News
India recognized South Sudan in the year 2011 immediately after South Sudan became independent. South Sudan maintains an embassy in New Delhi and India at Juba. South Sudan was under the British – Egyptian rule from 1899 to 1955. It became independent and agreed to remain under the Government of Sudan in 2005 by signing ..
Prominent economist Abdalla Hamdok has taken charge as the new Prime Minister of Sudan and vowed to work towards ending the country’s economic crisis and establishing peace. In his new role, Hamdok will be tasked to deal with Sudan’s mounting economic problems viz. high inflation and unemployment after decades of poor governance. His biggest challenge ..
The United States Security Council has approved a resolution that will halt the withdrawn of the combined United Nations-African Union peacekeeping force in the politically unstable Darfur region in Sudan. Facts to remember about Sudan Sudan is an African Country located in the North-East of Africa. It is bordered by Egypt to the North and ..
Top opposition leader of Sudan has called for the country to join the International Criminal Court which has formally alleged the former President of the country, Omar al-Bashir as the panel of protestors and other military men held a meeting to hold a discussion on the civilian rule. Former Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi who is ..
The deposed Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has been probed by the public prosecutor of Sudan on the fresh charges of money laundering as huge sums of money have been found at his home. As per the reports, the military intelligence had conducted a search at the home of the President al-Bashir and was able to ..
The Sudanese protest for the scraping of the military council. Many Protestants sit outside the army headquarters rallying against military demanding civilian rule. Sudan was governed by the President, head of the government and the army ”in ”chief. Basically it is a presidential representative democratic consociation republic where the powers are divided among the 3. ..
The primary protest group of Sudan has asked for an immediate transition to a civilian-led government and replacement of the military council which has been formed after the President has been deposed. Protestors have stated that they face threat from the so-called “remnants of the regime” of the toppled leader Omar al-Bashir. There is always ..