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25 April 2019 Current Events Kazakhstan to scale up the supply of uranium to India

As per reports, Bulat Sarsenbayev, ambassador of Kazakhstan, in one of his statements informed that they are planning to supply, around 7500 tonnes (and more) uranium to India. Kazakhstan, which is the largest supplier of uranium in the world, is looking forward to raise its supply of this major energy resource to India. The data states that between 2015-19, 5000 tonnes of uranium was supplied, and for the upcoming five years more quantity is slated to be supplied.


3 alerts sent by India to Sri Lanka before attack

As per reports, India sent 3 alerts to Sri Lanka before the  Sunday attacks. One alert was sent on the occasion of Easter, on Sunday. India received this information beforehand from National Investigation Agency (NIA). Considering the safety of Sri Lanka as its responsibility, first alert to Sri Lanka was sent on April 4, while the last alert was sent hours before the attacks on 4 hotels and 3 churches of Sri Lanka, which was being planned by suicide bomb.


Kazakhstan to scale up the supply of uranium to India

As per reports, Bulat Sarsenbayev, ambassador of Kazakhstan, in one of his statements informed that they are planning to supply, around 7500 tonnes (and more) uranium to India. Kazakhstan, which is the largest supplier of uranium in the world, is looking forward to raise its supply of this major energy resource to India. The data states that between 2015-19, 5000 tonnes of uranium was supplied, and for the upcoming five years more quantity is slated to be supplied.

3 alerts sent by India to Sri Lanka before attack

As per reports, India sent 3 alerts to Sri Lanka before the  Sunday attacks. One alert was sent on the occasion of Easter, on Sunday. India received this information beforehand from National Investigation Agency (NIA). Considering the safety of Sri Lanka as its responsibility, first alert to Sri Lanka was sent on April 4, while the last alert was sent hours before the attacks on 4 hotels and 3 churches of Sri Lanka, which was being planned by suicide bomb.

Earthquake of Magnitude 5.9 Hits Arunachal Pradesh
An Earthquake of Magnitude 5.9 hit Arunachal Pradesh during early hours on Wednesday, as stated by the US Geological Survey. Its tremors were also felt in Tibet. The reports state that the epicentre of this shallow earthquake was about 33 kilometres (around 21 Miles), North-North West of a place called Along, which is 370 kilometres Northeast of Itanagar. Arunachal Pradesh is one of the least densely populated states, but still it has a population of 1.2 million people. Officials of China stated that as per the Xinhua news agency, the tremors were felt even in Tibet.
Earthquake in Arunachal Pradesh



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