5 Global trending you should know about Monday

  May to leave downing Street on 7th June after striving hard to pass the bill but could get over. Elections in the worlds Second biggest democratic country is completed and result to be announced soon. Trumps recent action towards China tech giant Huawei. Dutch labour Party wins unexpected Elections . No exit polls were…

Ronaldo accept tax evasion charges and deal to pay back

Football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has cut a deal with a court in Madrid over tax evasion charges, accepting an €18.8m (£16.6m) fine. Almost all media representatives met him while he was leaving the court amid his request denial from the judge to appear by video or to enter the building by car to avoid the…

Gatwick isolated from the Europe, flights suspended

As the airport in southern England reopened to flights this morning after a 36-hour runway closure, key figures expressed alarm at the ease with which the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was able to cause disruption. DJI, the world’s biggest drone maker, said the incident highlighted the need for new systems to protect against rogue devices,…

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SUSTAINABLE STUDENTS SOLUTIONS- FOR ALL PROSPECT STUDENTS INTERESTED IN STUDYING ABROAD Trends in students for studying abroad have risen drastically in last few years. Students are interested to pursue their studies in countries like United Kingdom, Australia, Canada , USA & Germany. More over coming towards program and universities is another thoughtful process student has…

Qatar in regards to ‘Travel plans’ during World Cup 2022 could be worst

Every four years, an episode of wilful wistfulness sweeps across England. The national football team’s last great moment was over half a century ago. And in the build-up to England’s first World Cup game (against Tunisia on Monday 18 June), there is plenty of careless talk about whether the side can emulate their success in…