OPEC boosts oil price with output cut
Ceasefire monitoring team finally reach S. Sudan’s Yei town
Thai Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn proclaimed king
South Korea, Japan Pile Sanctions on North Korea
Australia Passes Tougher Counterterrorism Laws
18 New Zealand firms to join Todd McClay on first trade delegation to Iran in 12 years
EU COLLAPSE? Blow for Brussels as Eastern Europe countries 'begin siding with RUSSIA'
EU plans EUR 5 billion defence fund
Game changer: Putin develops HYPERSONIC weapon that will BLOW AWAY the West, US warns
‘You are a terrific guy,’ Trump tells PM Nawaz
Chapecoense air crash: Bolivia suspends LaMia airline
Brazil home prices rise in November for 9th straight month
South Korean opposition parties said on Friday they will hold a parliamentary impeachment vote on scandal-tainted President Park Geun-hye next week, while her own party remains undecided on whether to force her out of office.Park has offered to resign and asked parliament on Tuesday to decide how and when she should step down over the influence peddling scandal but the opposition has rejected it as a delaying tactic to avoid impeachment. Read More...
Russia and Syria are preventing essential humanitarian aid from reaching starving, sick civilians in east Aleppo, according to the United Nations.Around 200,000 people desperate for food and medical equipment remain trapped by fierce fighting in the rebel-held district of Syria's second city where surgeons are reported to be operating in basements without anaesthetic. Read More...
The recent much lauded nuclear deal has reduced the threat of Iran developing nuclear weapons. The deal allows Iran to pursue a nuclear program for peaceful purposes while lifting of economic sanctions, which could benefit several countries seeking to enhance economic ties with Tehran.
Over the past few decades Africa’s import and export has grown fast. Many factors appear to have contributed to this phenomenon. African countries like Mauritania and Malawi are struggling foreign currency shortage.
Meeting with reprentative from Australia
Officials from Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland visits GTU
Centre for Global Business Studies, GTU is Recognized by Limca Book Of Records
Meeting with Consul General ofAustralia @ GTU
South Korea in a nutshell: CGBS launches country study report
Centralized VIVA for MBA Practical Subjects Read More...
REPORT: Industry Pain Points and Solutions
REPORT: National Day Celebration of Bangladesh, Egypt, Mauritania and Malawi on 2nd April 2016 by Faculty Members and students of four Colleges, at GTU Chandkheda Campus
REPORT: National Day Celebration of Jamaica, Czech Republic, Ethiopia and Tanzania on 19th March by Faculty Members and students of four Colleges, at GTU Chandkheda Campus
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