The United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan (UNIC) launched its new website today. The website with a fresh look and a contemporary design, offers information on activities conducted by the Centre and campaigns of the United Nations. With more dynamic data and structured content, the website hopes to be an interactive gateway to promote the work of the United Nations in India and Bhutan.
“The website is simple, easy to use yet modern and well designed to appeal to the young and old alike. It captures the elements of a dynamic website like videos, images, social media interactivity, and at the same time has distinct navigation. We have tried to keep it light to ensure it can operate with high and low bandwidth internet speed,” said Derk Segaar, Director, UNIC.
Most importantly, the website has been built according to the UN guidelines on accessibility that enable websites to be disabled friendly. Accessibility tools like font scalability, screen reading will be operational soon. The website intends to be multilingual and the content will be soon translated into Hindi and other languages. The carousels have been designed so that the users can experience the content at a speed suitable to them. The website can be viewed at www.unic.org.in
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Tel Aviv, Israel this morning on the first leg of his two-nation tour. Mr Modi is the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Israel.
The Prime Minister will stay there for three days during which he will hold talks with his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu on all matters of mutual interest.
Before leaving, Mr Modi in a joint blog with the Israeli Prime Minister said, the natural relationship between the two countries has grown strong year after year. They said, the deep connection between the people of the two countries reflects the similarities of the states.
Both leaders asserted that the relationship faces many challenges which they can overcome by working together. The leaders said, combination of India’s human resources and Israel’s ingenuity will provide a solution to share problems in diverse fields such as water, health, environment, education and security.
The two countries, they said, have forged strong ties in the field of technology from startup to space communication and cybernetics. The leaders expressed hope that India and Israel can cooperate in the field of water challenges and create new solution that could help nation across the globe. They asserted that India and Israel and genuine partners for development, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Both leaders also recognised the threat terrorism poses to global peace and security, for which a few years back a landmark agreement on co-operation in homeland and public security was signed. The leaders said, both countries are committed to fighting this scourge.
Mr Modi and Mr Netanyahu also said, the business section will be involved as a catalyst in the bilateral relation. The two countries also decided to establish a new India Israel CEO forum. They said, the Make In India initiative has been enhanced by the Israeli initiative of Make with India which is bearing fruit now.
Meawhile, in an interview to a daily ‘Israel Hayom’, Mr Modi said, India wants to transform its relationship with Israel from traditional to a tech-based one with emphasis on ‘Make in India’.
He said, his visit will take the relationship to a new level. The Prime Minister said, the first-ever visit by an Indian premier to Tel Aviv will lead to further cementing of bilateral ties and cooperation in key areas including counter-terrorism. He added that New Delhi and Tel Aviv could cooperate even more closely and compliment each other’s efforts to fight against terrorism. In the second and final leg of his tour, Mr Modi will visit Hamburg in Germany for the 12th G-20 Summit.
AIR correspondent reports that as Prime Minister is reaching Israel today evening for his 3 day visit, Isreal is all excited to welcome the Indian Premier.All major newspapers in Isreal including Jerusalem Post , Haretz etc has given headline stories in the front page on the arrival of Prime Minister.
PM will be welcomed by his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu along with 40 Israeli leaders as a special gesture.Prime Minister will visit Danziger agricultural farm, where innovative methodologies are practiced in agriculture.
Later He will viist Yad vashem, Israel’s official memorial for victims of holocoust. Prime Minister is also scheduled to have a private dinner with his Israeli counter part. Kremlin has expressed confidence that Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump will find time to hold their highly anticipated and important first meeting on the sidelines of the upcoming G20 summit to discuss Syria, international terrorism and Russia-US ties among other issues. “It’s agreed that the presidents will meet, but the schedules are quite tight,” Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov said as cited by TASS. President Putin already has talks scheduled with 11 world leaders during the G20 meeting in Hamburg on July 7 and 8, but “nevertheless, our American partners and us will be looking for openings… to hold this utmost important meeting.” G29 summit e agenda of the Hamburg talks, Ushakov confirmed media reports that Syria and Ukraine will be among the issues up for discussion between the two leaders. “I think it makes sense to discuss these issues,” he said, adding, that Moscow also believes it necessary to address tackling international terrorism, which requires cooperation between Russia and the US. There are many “problematic areas” and many other issues that Russia is ready to discuss with its American partners, the aide said. “It seems to me that the very atmosphere of the upcoming meeting can allow solving many problems , including cooperation on the international arena as well as bilateral issues that [has] remained in limbo,” Ushakov said. Moscow and Washington have a “considerable potential for coordinating efforts in the area of tackling international terrorism, drug trafficking, organized crime and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.” “Our countries can do a lot together to resolve regional crises like the Ukrainian, Palestinian-Israeli, Yemeni, Libyan, Afghan and others,” he added. The coordination of Russian-American efforts on Syria is “of prime importance,” Ushakov said, adding, that Moscow stands firm on its “principal line of maintaining the territorial integrity and secular character of the Syrian state.” After the terrorist threat in the country is eradicated, political reforms worked out “during the inclusive intra-Syrian dialogue without external pressure” are to be implemented in Syria, he said, reiterating Moscow’s long-standing position on the issue. The Hamburg meeting, Ushakov hopes, will “finally relieve the Russian side of the need to take retaliatory measures” against the December’s decision by the outgoing Obama administration to expel 35 Russian diplomats and bar access to Russian diplomatic compounds in New York and Maryland. At the time, Moscow said it won’t introduce its own sanctions against American diplomats in the country to resolve the issue with the new president in the White House.“We have a lot of patience, but it’s not limitless,”Ushakov pointed out, adding, that reciprocal measures may still be implemented by Moscow. “We understand that it’s complicated and that relations with Russia have become hostage to internal political dissent in the US. It’s not easy for us too, but we want and we will be working [with the US],” the aide emphasized. In a separate statement to the media, the Kremlin said the issue of US sanctions, which has had a negative effect on bilateral trade, is a matter Russia wants to discuss with Trump. With trade turnover between Russia and the US dipping from $29 to $20 billion between 2014 and 2016, the restoration of mutually beneficial ties between the businesses in the two countries is essential, it added.Trump has so far failed to maintain his campaign promises to seek constructive relations with Moscow. President Putin said earlier this year that Russian-American relations have deteriorated to a level worse than that under Obama. The US president is meanwhile battling claims that his associates “colluded” with Russia during his victorious run for the White House last year. The accusations have been repeatedly dismissed as groundless by both the Kremlin and the team Trump.Rt news
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Chinese President Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Moscow on Monday for what his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin has described as “a major event in bilateral relations.”
Xi arrived’s two-day visit to Moscow on Monday comes before he travels to Germany to take part in an upcoming G20 summit in Hamburg.
Before his departure for the state visit to Russia, Xi said, “Our two countries have built a high level of political and strategic trust… I believe the visit will lend new impetus to the growth of bilateral relations.”
“Economic cooperation and trade is the most wide-ranging area in our practical cooperation and enjoys great potential,” he added.
He also expressed hope that the G20 will continue to “uphold the spirit of partnership for win-win cooperation…Global growth continues to gather momentum, as both developed countries and emerging markets show stronger economic performance. However, grave challenges remain. Therefore, it is particularly important for the G20 to play its role as a premier forum for international economic cooperation.”
“This evening, within Chinese President Xi Jinping’s official visit, there will be an informal dinner for President Putin and Xi Jinping at the Kremlin,” said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. He added that Xi’s official visit, which includes bilateral talks, will begin on Tuesday.
“It will have an unusual format [of the meeting]: the leaders will meet [Russian and Chinese] representatives of the public, businesses and media, who will briefly inform Putin and Xi Jinping on their cooperation,” added Peskov.
Putin will also bestow upon Xi one of Russia’s utmost honors, the order of St. Andrew the First-Called, for his efforts towards bolstering ties between Russia and China.
Xi’s meeting with Putin will be the third of its kind this year.
According to Russia’s ambassador to China, Andrey Denisov, during the visit, China and Russia will sign multiple contracts for the collective worth of over $10 billion in various fields.
“We’re discussing a number of draft documents, both on government and corporate levels. And we have dozens of documents relating to the former group,” he added.
Germany have lifted their maiden Confederation Cup Football title. In the final played at St Petersburg last night, the four-time World Cup winners defeated Chile by a solitary goal. Lars Stindl put Germany ahead in the first half against the run of play, and Germany then held on to the lead.
Copa America winners Chile dominated ball possession from start to finish, but could not score despite getting a plethora of chances.
Earlier, in the third-place play-off match in Moscow, Portugal defeated Mexico 2-1. Luis Neto bundled into his own net to hand Mexico a 54th-minute lead, but centre-back Pepe stabbed home a stoppage-time equaliser to force an extra 30 minutes at Spartak Stadium. Adrien Silva then scored an extra-time penalty to give victory to Portugal. For Silva, it was his first international goal.
In the group stage of the tournament, the match between Portugal and Mexico had ended in a 2-2 draw.
European champions Portugal were without captain Cristiano Ronaldo after the Real Madrid star was released from the squad to return home to meet his newborn twins.
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