Tanzania Current Affairs, GK & News

India-Tanzania Task force for Defence Cooperation

Recently, Defense Minister Shri Rajnath Singh held bilateral talks with Dr. Sturgomena Lawrence Tax, Minister of Defense and National Services of Tanzania in New Delhi. Key Points During the meeting, the two ministers agreed to set up a task force to prepare a five-year roadmap to enhance defense cooperation between the two countries and to ..

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Tanzania’s First Woman President

Samia Suluhu Hassan is a politician of Tanzania and is currently serving as the country’s sixth. She is a member of the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) party that is currently ruling the country. She is Tanzania’s first female president. Overview: She is the third woman head of government of a country in the East African ..

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Uganda Oil Deal

The Chinese and French oil giants have signed an agreement to build a huge oil pipeline in Uganda. The companies are to exploit the oil resources of the country. This has fumed the environmentalists. What is the deal all about? The National Offshore Oil Corporation of China and the Total Energies of France are to ..

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World’s oldest rhino’ dies in Tanzania

Fausta, a female black rhino, who was believed to be the world’s oldest rhino has died at the age of 57 in a Tanzanian conservation area.  Fausta died of natural causes in captivity in Ngorongoro Crater, which lies in Ngorongoro Conservation Area of Tanzania. Key Highlights The records kept by Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority showed ..

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India Tanzania relations

India and Tanzania have maintained warm and cordial relations. Since 1960s and 1980s the countries have had common interests and have raised voices together against colonialism. The countries also shared commitments to non – alignment and South – South cooperation. During the post cold war era, India and Tanzania together initiated economic reform programs. The ..

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World Population Prospects 2019

The World Population Prospects 2019 report by the United Nations makes the following observations: The world’s population is expected to increase by two billion people from 7.7 billion currently to 9.7 billion in 2050. More than half of the projected increase in the global population by 2050 will be concentrated in nine countries, led by ..

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