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China, as of 2022, is on a trajectory to possess over 1,000 operational nuclear warheads by 2030, with many of these deployed at higher readiness levels. This nuclear force is expected to continue growing until 2035, aligning with its objective of completing the modernization of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) by that year, according to the latest report of the US Department of Defense (DoD). This marks a crucial milestone toward President Xi Jinping's goal of establishing a "world-class" military by 2049.

China To Possess Over 1,000 Nuclear Warheads By 2030

China, as of 2022, is on a trajectory to possess over 1,000 operational nuclear warheads by 2030, with many of these deployed at higher readiness levels. This nuclear force is expected to continue growing until 2035, aligning with its objective of completing the modernization of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) by that year, according to the latest report of the US Department of Defense (DoD). This marks a crucial milestone toward President Xi Jinping's goal of establishing a "world-class" military by 2049.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has unveiled its plan to propose a groundbreaking rule that would ban hair-straightening products, often known as chemical relaxers. This comes in response to mounting evidence connecting these products, specifically those containing formaldehyde, to health risks, including certain hormone-related cancers like breast cancer and uterine cancer.

FDA Proposes Ban on Hair Straightening Products

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has unveiled its plan to propose a groundbreaking rule that would ban hair-straightening products, often known as chemical relaxers. This comes in response to mounting evidence connecting these products, specifically those containing formaldehyde, to health risks, including certain hormone-related cancers like breast cancer and uterine cancer.
Explore the BJP's impressive triumph in the assembly elections of Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Madhya Pradesh, reshaping India's political landscape. With 12 states under its rule and a confident outlook for the 2024 General Elections, the BJP's influence is on the rise.

Assembly Elections in Five Indian States; A Decoding

The Election Commission of India has announced state assembly elections in five states: Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, and Mizoram. The assembly...
Bihar Caste Census Reveals Surprising Demographic Insights, Ignites Political Debates

Caste Census Ignites Political Debates

Bihar Caste Census Reveals Surprising Demographic Insights, Ignites Political Debates
As women's representation in U.S. politics has increased, a significant majority of Americans, 53%, express the view that there are still insufficient women in high political offices in the United States. Moreover, many Americans perceive significant obstacles for women candidates aspiring to such positions, according to the latest data from PEW Research Centre.

Majority of Americans Believe Too Few Women in High Political Offices

As women's representation in U.S. politics has increased, a significant majority of Americans, 53%, express the view that there are still insufficient women in high political offices in the United States. Moreover, many Americans perceive significant obstacles for women candidates aspiring to such positions, according to the latest data from PEW Research Centre.
Dive into the whimsical world of Parliamentary suspension as the suspension of lawmakers turns into a symphony of political satire, raising questions about democracy and governance in a playful yet poignant manner.

Women’s Reservation Bill: Complex Political Landscape

The Women's Reservation Bill (WRB) has taken centre stage in Indian politics. While Congress and left parties have thrown their weight behind the bill, notable constituents like Lalu Yadav's RJD and Akhilesh Yadav's Samajwadi Party have consistently opposed it in its current form. Their demand is for a quota for women from backward classes within the existing 33 per cent reservation.
A political storm has erupted as a G20 Summit dinner invitation bears the name 'President of Bharat,' breaking away from the customary 'President of India' title. The move has triggered sharp reactions, with the opposition alleging a possible name change for India to Bharat, framing it as an "assault" on the unity of states. In contrast, ruling parties celebrate the shift as a step towards breaking free from a colonial mindset—a concept championed by Prime Minister Nanrednra Modi in his Independence Day address.

Controversy Surrounds India’s Name Change to Bharat

A political storm has erupted as a G20 Summit dinner invitation bears the name 'President of Bharat,' breaking away from the customary 'President of India' title. The move has triggered sharp reactions, with the opposition alleging a possible name change for India to Bharat, framing it as an "assault" on the unity of states. In contrast, ruling parties celebrate the shift as a step towards breaking free from a colonial mindset—a concept championed by Prime Minister Nanrednra Modi in his Independence Day address.
India is generally viewed positively worldwide, with a median of 46% of adults holding a favourable view of the country. However, views of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are more mixed, with a 37% median expressing confidence in him, while 40% lack confidence, according to a recent survey by the Pew Research centre.

Views of India Positive, but Mixed on Modi; Survey

India is generally viewed positively worldwide, with a median of 46% of adults holding a favourable view of the country. However, views of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are more mixed, with a 37% median expressing confidence in him, while 40% lack confidence, according to a recent survey by the Pew Research centre.

Renaming of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library Sparks row

The recent renaming of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML) to the Prime Ministers' Museum and Library (PMML) Society has triggered a polarized debate within the political landscape. This move, implemented on the backdrop of India's 77th Independence Day, has ignited a clash of perspectives between the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the opposition, primarily led by the Congress party.
In a landmark moment for gender equality in Indian politics, the Women's Reservation Bill, aiming to provide a 33% quota for women in both the Lok Sabha and state legislative assemblies, was formally introduced during the ongoing special session of Parliament on September 19.

Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Flying Kiss’ Gesture Draws Criticism in Parliament

A recent incident involving Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in the Indian Parliament has sparked controversy and drawn criticism from political circles. After delivering his first speech since being reinstated as a Member of Parliament, Gandhi reportedly blew a flying kiss towards BJP MPs as he exited the Lok Sabha premises. While not captured on camera, the incident has ignited a heated debate, with Union Ministers and MPs condemning the gesture as inappropriate and disrespectful.