In view of the recent outbreak of COVID-19, VISA ON ARRIVAL which was available only for nationals of Japan and South Korea has been temporarily suspended. Regular visas continue to be processed and may be applied for https://t.co/tI1l5uQmFD. BOI- https://t.co/jNPLrzFHEn. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: India Temporarily Suspends ‘Visa on Arrival’ for Japanese, South Korean Nationals
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Coronaviruses are transmitted by animals and people, and the Wuhan strain has been linked to a market in the city that was selling seafood and live animals, including wild species. The coronavirus that causes SARS was traced to the civet cat, a wild animal considered a delicacy in parts of China that was sold in similar markets. … [Read more...] about Wuhan coronavirus virus spreads as China scraps New Year celebrations
Audiences have been watching livestreams of both celebrities and ordinary people singing, cooking and exercising in their own homes. Programmes that usually feature live audiences have instead come to resemble video conferences - but have still proven an unusual hit. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Livestreaming karaoke and reality TV in virus-hit China
The NRAI and IOA, in consonance with the Government of India, proposed to the CGF that if Birmingham games organising committee doesn't have the infrastructure to organise shooting there, then India will host it. Finally, after a lot of deliberation, everyone agreed to it. … [Read more...] about India getting to host Commonwealth Games 2022 shooting is path-breaking: NRAI president Raninder Singh
Frankly, as far as the response of the rest of the world is concerned, we are already in a situation where arms control is crumbling: the U.S.’s nuclear posture review is talking about limited nuclear war once again. The rest of the world will not care much about this change, except at the rhetoric level where there will be criticism of what is going on. So, my concern is not so much the rest of the world’s response to change in NFU, but what it will be for India itself in terms of investment in financial and technological capabilities to make a first use credible. After all, it’s not just a question of dropping the ‘No’ from NFU, it is a matter of making the first use credible and that is not an easy proposition. There is no chance that India has of carrying out in the first strike a disarming or decapitating strike for the kinds of adversaries that we have and therefore we will be sucking ourselves into an arms race if we were to go for a first use … [Read more...] about Should India tinker with its ‘No First Use’ policy?