News magazines are written information about important events. It tells you about the current events. The News magazine is a medium to spread information globally. News magazines provide several stories which include celebrity profiles, economic status of any country, hot topic interviews, headline story, nature, science, politics, etc.
International news magazines cover the events that took place internationally. The news magazines has vital role in building the country’s economy. It helps businessmen to gather the information of economic and financial condition of the state. It is the world oldest medium to generate awareness among people in respect to economic, financial, terrorism, science, politics, culture, and many more.
Entrepreneurship in India has experienced good progress in small, medium and micro enterprise. It has increased country’s GDP and maximized its profit. Small and big business together has cross the international boundaries and export their products globally. Like America, India’s products too are estimated in the international market.
The Big as well as small business in India is growing at an alarming rate. The entrepreneurs are trying to improve the quality of the products to compete the products in the international market.
However, the growing entrepreneurship culture is a supportive pillar of making India economically and financially stronger. In fact Government is also helping small business by providing capital in the form of loans. Government and entrepreneur both are trying to make India’s economy a robust economy and also transforming it from developing country to a developed country.
Civilians in Iraq and Syria are paying the price for Western weariness of military interventions.
The Syrian city of Aleppo now resembles an eerie ghost of Dresden or Stalingrad-burning, in ruins, decimated and helpless. Millions have been displaced across the region, hundreds of thousands dead, with the United Nations (UN) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) watching with indifference for five long, relentless, disastrous years.
The argument for military intervention, while difficult politically for the West, must never be ignored because of economics, party politics or public sentiment. To do so would be erroneous and, as in the case of Iraq and Syria, critically unforgivable.
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