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india must get smarter about handling china
India must manage its complex strategic interests without fumbling New Delhi needs to juggle competing goals and ease tensions with neighbors by Syed Munir Khasru Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi may be largely focused on domestic challenges and a...
free balochistan movement held simultaneous protests and rallies across the world
Free Balochistan Movement (FBM) held simultaneous protests, rallies, and awareness campaigns in different cities of the world on Monday, against testing of Pakistan's nuclear weapons in Balochistan in 1998.
india's attitude towards pakistan changed after islamabad's nuclear tests: nawaz sharif
Pokhran-II was the series of 5 nuclear bomb explosions conducted in May 1998 which also involved testing of a Thermo-Nuclear device. Scientists lowering Store into a test silo before testing On the anniversary of the detonation of its nuclear test, P...
kashmiri separatists say they can join dialogue if centre clarifies what it wants to talk about
Kashmiri separatists on Tuesday said the Centre should clarify what it wants to talk about so that the Hurriyat Conference can join the dialogue process, reported PTI.
pakistan PM shahid abbasi seeks national debate on civil-military ties, role of judiciary
ISLAMABAD: In an unusual move, Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has called for a national debate on the future civil-military relations, the role of the judiciary and other state institutions in the country. Addressing a news conference d...
durrani's controversial book could spotlight pak army's role: experts
In the book, Durrani has revealed that track-II diplomacy was in place since long aimed at averting war between the two nuclear-armed neighbours ISLAMABAD: Pakistani defence experts believe that there could be greater scrutiny on the role of the powe...
india, pakistan dgmos hold talks on ceasefire violation and terrorism
Both the sides agreed to fully implement the ceasefire understanding of 2003 in letter and spirit. Both DGMOs also agreed that in case of any issue, restraint will be exercised. The latest round of discussion came a month after similar discussions we...
defence authorisation act provides 'flexibility' to countries like india that were likely hit by caatsa: u.s. congressman
S-400 Battery Components: F1E2 Radar Cabin / F2E2 Control Cabin, Self Propelled Acquisition Radars & 5T58-2A Self Propelled Missile Transporter with Four 5P32 Launch Tubes New Delhi: The US National Defence Authorisation Act provides "flexibility" fo...
india, pakistan agree to fully implement ceasefire understanding of 2003
In a special hotline contact established between the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) of India and Pakistan on Tuesday, the prevailing situation along the Line of Control and Working Boundary was reviewed.
619 militants killed in four years in j&k: home ministry
He also said that to secure the country's boundaries, a new border security system was being started under which LED lights would be installed along with new technique radars on the borders LUCKNOW: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said a...
china pushing new generation of nuclear weapons: report
China is reportedly stepping up its development of next-generation nuclear weapons, holding tests to simulate blasts more often than the United States is.
philippines will go to war if china crosses the red line : foreign minister
The Philippines has warned China that it will go to war if Beijing crosses a red line by unilaterally mining the natural resources of the South China Sea, the country's Foreign Minister said.
defence highlights that happened in 4 years of Modi govt
One Rank One Pension was a huge issue and one of the biggest challenges for the Narendra Modi led NDA government at the Centre which completed four years in office. It was an issue concerning lakhs of ex-servicemen who guarded the nation without fear...
de-nuclearise the islamic republic of pakistan
India has been talking about peace during all these years and Pakistan has continued with its misadventures in Jammu and Kashmir. All the overtures and gestures have remained fruitless.
how building and reopening roads can help india as well as china
Chinese media likes to publish "scoopy" news. It was recently the case with an article in The South China Morning Post which spoke of "large-scale mining operations on the Chinese side of the border with India". It argued that it "may create a new mi...