Leading to a critical struggle life, Trinamool Congress Politician Mamata Banerjee chief minister of West Bengal named in the top100 encouraging people of the world whose life is a lesson for other.
This 2012 enlisting has been made by Time magazine in which politicians, cartoonists, actors, athletes and sportspersons, artists, authors are to be listed. Read the rest of this entry…
Mitt Romney, a strong nominee for the White House, has defeated his rival Rick Santorum in the battle of presidential primary in Maryland and the US capital Washington and in Wisconsin.
Sweeping three primaries with a triple win, Wisconsin was the most important platform in the Republican race for Romney where he thumped Santorum with margin of 4 % votes.
In Wisconsin, Santorum campaigned with a full force of power over the last week and this loss gave him a big shock. Read the rest of this entry…
World’s most powerful nation United States took decision to eliminate its nuclear material after threatening announcement by North Korea’s rocket plan to blast a satellite into space next month aboard for nuclear missile development.
The aid of North Korea, China that said the launch of Rocket is exactly what North Korea wants, is agree to co-ordinate with U.S. to use its power to prevent a launch, if North Korea wants to go for any “potential provocation”.
According to the White House saying, Chinese President Hu Jintao indicated to Mr Obama that he was taking the North Korean issue very seriously and was registering China’s concern with the government in Pyongyang. Read the rest of this entry…
As per today fresh world news especially for U.S. people, the newly free event campaigning documentary movie “The Road We’ve Traveled” is screening at 6 p.m. today in Nasatir Hall Room 100 as offering to see the first term of the presidency of Barack Obama.
The whole journey of Obama’s presidency till yet shows misery, cursory, and entirely favorable and this17-minute documentary video highlights of Obama’s domestic and foreign policy agenda, administration’s response to the economy, the health care battle and catching Osama Bin Laden. Read the rest of this entry…
Al-Quaida Chief Osama bin Laden has died and his body buried in the waters of the north Arabian Sea, but recent received emails by WikiLeaks are acted burning on fire over the slain Osama related controversy.
However it is not disclosed what is exact wrote on new emails, but these leaked emails raise serious questions as to whether Osama bin Laden was buried at sea or was he cremated in the US.
No one know what exactly happened to them, Osama, who was killed on May 2, 2011 in Pakistan on basis of Barack Obama administration’s statement, was buried at sea in accordance with Islamic tradition. Read the rest of this entry…
Republican U.S. presidential nomination is on a great tensed form as Romney who won easily in his home state, secured a close victory in Ohio but failed to put a knockout blow against rival Rick Santorum on “Super Tuesday”.
Santorum and Romney both were in the race of the party’s establishment by raising the prospect of a drawn-out battle for the Republican presidential nomination, with Ohio the biggest prize among 10 states holding contests on Tuesday.
But after announcing the results, Romney underscored with his continued inability to win over large swathes of the Republican base.
Even Romney won past five of the 10 state contests, carried momentum into “Super Tuesday,” and held a narrow lead in Ohio, as he needed Some 419 of the 1,144 delegates to win the party’s nomination. Read the rest of this entry…