Turkmenistan Current Affairs, GK & News
Turkmenistan’s President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov recently ordered officials to find a method of finally extinguishing the ‘Gateway to Hell’ in the country. Key Points Turkmenistan’s Gateway to Hell is the raging flames, burning for five decades in a large natural gas crater. This is not the first time, when officials have been ordered to find a ..
Category: International Current Affairs
The International Day of Neutrality is an international observance as per the official declaration of the United Nations General Assembly resolution adopted on 2nd February 2017 and was first observed on 12th December 2017. A neutral country is a sovereign state that abstains itself from participation in war as per international law. The rights and ..
Category: Important Days & Events Current Affairs
International NGO, Reporters without Borders has released the World Press Freedom Index 2019. The index is based on the assessment of the countries’ press freedom records in the previous year. The report is partly based on a questionnaire which asks questions about pluralism, media independence, environment and self-censorship, legislative framework, transparency, and infrastructure. World Press Freedom Index 2019 The ..
Category: Reports & Indexes Current Affairs
Topics: Asia • Bangladesh • China • Denmark • Ethiopia • Finland • Gambia • Netherlands • NGO • Norway • Pakistan • Press Freedom • Reporters Without Borders • Sweden • Turkmenistan • Vietnam • World Press Freedom Index • World Press Freedom Index 2019
Ashgabat Agreement aims at establishment of International Transport and Transit Corridor between the Iran, Oman, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. It was signed in April 2011 and is named after capital of Turkmenistan, Ashgabat. It establishes international transport and transit corridor between Central Asia and the Persian Gulf countries. Pakistan is also its member since October 2016. ..
Topics: Ashgabat • Ashgabat Agreement • Central Asia • Countries • Foreign trade of India • Foreign trade of Pakistan • Law by country • Politics by country • Rail transport in Tajikistan • Transport in Turkmenistan • Turkmenistan
Country of Particular Concern (CPC) is a designation by the United States Secretary of State (under authority delegated by the President) of a nation guilty of particularly severe violations of religious freedom under the International Religious Freedom Act (IRFA) of 1998 and its amendment of 1999. The term “particularly severe violations of religious freedom” means systematic, ongoing, egregious violations of religious freedom. The ..
Topics: Countries • Country of Particular Concern • Current Affairs – February, 2018 • Freedom of religion • International Religious Freedom Act • Landlocked countries • Member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation • Member states of the United Nations • Republics • Tajikistan • Turkmenistan • Uzbekistan