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In weaving India and Israel together, challenges loom


In weaving India and Israel together, challenges loom

Officials see plenty of potential for closer ties both in trade and on the strategic front, but getting there may be more complex than Netanyahu’s whirlwind tour of India suggests… 2,180 more words


No one knew about our PM’s pregnancy — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

No one knew huh? It must be just a complete co-incidence then that there were media articles about making parliament more baby friendly and lots of photos of Speaker Trevor Mallard clutching babies inside parliament.

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Madam Prime Minister & mother

A couple of reactions from a couple of days ago:

The PM of New Zealand is having a baby. She found out 6 days before becoming PM-elect. 165 more words

WEF: PM to interact with over 100 CEOs in Davos, apprise them of reforms

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to meet over 100 of the world’s top business leaders during his visit to Davos to attend the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF). 675 more words

Bayeux Tapestry to Return to the UK After More Than 900 Years

The unique 70-metre long tapestry that depicts the 1066 Norman Conquest of Britain will be put on public display in 2022.

The exhibition has been announced to coincide with the UK-France summit taking place this week.  336 more words


Please spare a thought for New Zealand's misogynistic community...

While the world celebrates New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern & partner Clarke Gayford’s baby news: please spare a thought for New Zealand’s misogynistic community. The coming months will be extremely trying for them.


French President, Emmanuel Macron: Demands More Cash For EU Deal From The UK

You’d think handing 44.5 Million to the French would get them on our side you’d be wrong. Our Prime Minister Theresa May has now suffered another embarrassing demand at the hands of Macron after he said the UK would have to pay up front to access the Single Market and allow the European Court of Justice to rule supreme. 165 more words