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Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Pakistan's economic blowout: Imran Khan to mortgage F-9 park to secure a loan

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is considering mortgaging Islamabad's largest park to secure a loan of PKR 500 billion. The F-9 park also known as Fatima Jinnah Park is one....

Chinese govt survey ships

China maps seabed: Satellite images show activity in Indian Ocean

A Chinese survey ship of the Xiang Yang Hong category, translated as 'Facing the Red Sun', with the serial number 03 has been discovered in the Indian Ocean. The ship....

Bob Saroya

Foreign lobby war: Canadian MPs back Kashmiri Pandits' restoration in Kashmir

Displaced Kashmiri pandits all over the world observe 19th January as 'holocaust day' marking the mass exodus of Hindus from the Kashmir valley. Every year, members of the community take....

Disagreement between China and Pakistan: Annual bilateral CPEC summit postponed

The annual bilateral summit of China Pakistan Economic corridor (CPEC) has been indefinitely delayed due to serious disagreements between China and Pakistan. The disagreement is reportedly over the Main Line....

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Joe Biden takes office: What does it mean for Indo-US ties?

Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday at a historic inaugural ceremony at the US Capitol. Kamala Harris was also sworn in....

China minted profits at the cost of locals: CPEC report

Allegations against China have been made for indulging in malpractices and making exorbitant profits at the cost of Pakistani locals from the China Pakistan Economic Corridor by violating Standard Operating....

Xi Jinping

Xi Jinping inspects Beijing Olympics site: Is it time for the world to solidify #BoycottChina call?

Preparations for 2022 Beijing Olympics are in full swing in China. Chinese President Xi Jinping himself toured the Olympic facilities and inspected the preparatory work on Monday. The President visited....

General Austin

Future of Quad under Biden's presidency: Nominated Def Sec weighs in on elevating Indo-US ties

Biden administration plans to continue promoting the Indo-US defense partnership, Defense Secretary nominee has told lawmakers during his confirmation hearing on Tuesday. Retired General Lloyd Austin, told members of the....

Joe Biden, Kamala Harris

Countdown for Joe Biden's swearing-in ceremony begins: Take a peak at Biden's cabinet picks

The United States President-elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be sworn in as the oldest President and the first female Vice President of the United States on January 20,....

Security members vetted

Biden's inauguration on 20th January: FBI vets 25k national guards

The FBI is vetting all 25,000 National Guard troops who are tasked with securing the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on January 20 across the....

Arunachal Pradesh

China constructs village in Arunachal Pradesh: India 'closely monitoring' developments

Amid the ongoing standoff between India and China in Ladakh, China has constructed a new village in Arunachal Pradesh, which happens to be around 4.5 km within the Indian territory.....

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#FreeSindh placards raised in Pakistan: Sindhis seek creation of ‘Sindhudesh'

A placard of PM Modi along with other world leaders was seen in a pro-freedom rally organized by the Sindhis’ in the Sindh province of Pakistan on Sunday. The rally....

WhatsApp

WhatsApp postpones implementation of new policy till May; Accounts will not be deleted after Feb 8

WhatsApp announced on Friday, that it was delaying the implementation of a new privacy policy that has faced massive backlash with tens of millions of its users moving from the....

Protests in PoK

Unrest in Pok: Massive protests break out over rising inflation, lack of commodities

Given the rising inflation and lack of essential goods, massive civil unrest has emerged in many of the regions of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir or the PoK. People are also protesting against....

Emma Reilly

UN body disclosed dissenters’ names to China: Senior UN staffer

A high ranking United Nations (UN) official, Emma Reilly, talked to The Sunday Guardian and stated that the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), a UN arm....

Lashkar-e-Taiba

US retains Foreign Terrorist designation of Pak-based Lashkar-e-Tayyiba

The Pakistan based terrorist organization, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (Let), which carried out the Mumbai terror attack in 2008, has maintained its designation as Foreign Terrorist Organization amongst several others in a review....

Covid-19 vaccine

Global Vaccine Feat: Vaccine shortage hits US; India to supply vaccine doses to world

There have been partial vaccine shortages in the US, resulting in fewer people being vaccinated. This situation does much to curtail the effectiveness of the US vaccination programme. While the world....

MIT

MIT professor arrested in US over covert Chinese ties

Gang Chen, who works as the director of Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Solar Thermal Energy Conversion Center was arrested on Thursday by the U.S authorities for allegedly keeping his Chinese....

Pradeep Kumar Gyawali

Gyawali meets Jaishankar in Delhi; co-chairs India-Nepal Joint Commission

Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali met with the Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday to co-chair the 6th Joint Commission between India and Nepal at Hyderabad House....

Lunar New Year

Ahead of Chinese new year, China witnesses surge in Covid-19 cases: Will history repeat itself?

Chinese authorities are struggling to keep the country’s coronavirus-free status mostly intact, but a new outbreak has left more than 22 million people under lockdown. The outbreak is concentrated in....

US-China

US imposes ban on cotton from China’s Xinjiang region; How will it impact India?

Taking a stand against forced labour, the United States on Wednesday, announced a ban on the import of cotton and tomato products from the Xinjiang region of China wherein detained....

Huawei's Meng Wanzhou lavish lifestyle under scanner: Hearing underway in Canadian court

Meng Whazou has received multiple death threats and some bullets in mail, according to Doug Maynard, the Chief Operating Officer of Lions Gate Risk Management, the security firm that guards....

Prachanda

Nepal FM on 3-day India visit: Prachanda accuses India of directing its constitutional crisis

The Chairman of the Nepal Communist Party’s opposing faction, Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda has blamed India for orchestrating the split of the ruling faction and subsequent dissolution of Nepal's House....

Mike Pence

US VP Mike Pence rejects invoking 25th Amendment to oust Donald Trump

US Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday said in the Parliament that he does not support the use the 25th Amendment procedure so as to remove Donald Trump from the....

S Jaishankar

EAM at UNSC: S Jaishankar slams China for covering up for Pakistan on terrorism

Union Minister of External Affairs Dr S Jaishankar on Tuesday indirectly slammed both China and Pakistan on terrorism during his address at the UNSC meeting. Asking UNSC members to not....

bird flu

Amid Bird Flu scare across India, China imposes ban on poultry import from European nations

India has now confirmed bird flu cases in 10 states namely, Kerala, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, and Maharashtra, and Uttarakhand. In a statement released yesterday....

Donald Trump

Are social media censorships going too far?

The United States of America is burning after a few Trump supporters did an attack on Capitol Hill amidst the accusation of the alleged voter fraud. Citing the reason of....

Pradeep Kumar Gyawali

Nepal FM to visit India on January 14; territorial issues on agenda

Nepal Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali is scheduled to visit India on 14th January to discuss a gamut of issues including territorial issues that triggered tension between the neighbors last....

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

US lifts restrictions on contacts with Taiwan, leaves China rattled

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday announced that the United States was lifting self-imposed restrictions on the interaction of American diplomats with their Taiwanese counterparts. This move....

Pakistan Blackout

Pakistan in darkness: Major cities experience blackout due to massive power outage

Pakistan tumbled into darkness on Saturday night as a massive blackout hit major parts of the country. A fault in the Power Distribution System is said to be the cause....

India and France defence deal

France offers to shift assembly line of Panther choppers to India

In a significant development, France has offered to completely shift the assembly line of the Panther medium utility helicopters to India, in addition to 70 per cent of Dassault Rafale....

WHATSAPP

Concern over WhatsApp’s new privacy policy escalates; users turn to Signal and Telegram

WhatsApp, laid out fresh terms on Wednesday, asking users to agree to let owner Facebook Inc. and its subsidiaries collect user data, including their phone number and location. Many privacy....

Donald Trump

US Capitol Violence: After Twitter ban, Trump hints at plan to launch his own platform

After the volatile and stunning attacks and protests at the US Capitol, Twitter has permanently blocked the @realDonaldTrump account of the outgoing US President for inciting and glorifying violence. In....

Sheikh Hasina, Imran Khan

Bangladesh reminds Pak of 1971 Genocide; demands apology

In a very strong message conveyed by Bangladesh's State Minister for Foreign Affairs Md. Shahriar Alam to the Pakistani envoy to Dhaka, Imran Ahmed Siddiqui, Pakistan has been asked to apologize....

UNSC panel

India to chair crucial UNSC sanction committees on Taliban and Libya

India began its two-year tenure at the United Nation Security Council as a non-permanent member on January 1. After this addition, India is all set to chair three crucial subsidiary....

US Capitol

US Capitol Siege: Indian flag raised at protest site, sparks anti-national debate

As thousands of Pro Trump supporters gathered outside the US Capitol and violent clashes broke out. In an interesting turn of events, a person holding the Indian Flag could also....

Alibaba Founder, Jack Ma

Xi's crackdown on Jack Ma’s empire: Beijing censors media coverage of Alibaba probe

Chinese billionaire and Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma's disappearance speculations arose as he reportedly did not appear on his own show since October. Recently Communist China had halted Ant Group Co.'s....

US Capitol Violence

US Capitol Seige Live Updates: Congress formally confirms Biden win

In an attempt to discredit the US Presidential election , armed Trump supporters barged in US Capitol building with lawmakers inside. A violent clash broke down between President Donald Trump’s....

India trade policy review

China FDI Cry: 'India can't be an alternative to China' diatribe

With power transmission projects being of a strategic nature, in April, India had tightened clearances amid growing concern that power infrastructure could be targeted by forces looking to cripple its....

UNSC

'Chemical weapons landing in the hands of terrorists': India at UN Security Council

India has formally started its tenure at the United National Security Council (UNSC) for the eighth time as a non-permanent member on Jan 5. India's Permanent Representative to the UN TS Tirumurti said....

WHO chief on China

WHO Chief 'disappointed' as China denies entry to team investigating Covid-19 origins

The Coronavirus outbreak has affected 218 countries and territories and there have been 84,474,195 confirmed cases including 1,848,704 deaths so far. (Source: WHO). The early cases of COVID 19 emerged in late 2019 in Wuhan....

Xi Jinping

China conducts military drills in Tibet: Xi Jinping says 'be ready for war'

Chinese President Xi Jinping has ordered the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to maintain “full-time combat readiness”. On Tuesday, the Chinese military was seen conducting aerial drills over Tibet’s capital Lhasa,....

S-Jaishankar

MEA Jaishankar’s first foreign visit in 2021; on 3-Day visit to Sri Lanka

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has reached Colombo, Sri Lanka. During his three-day visit, Jaishankar will be discussing bilateral issues and both South Asian and foreign policy with his Sri....

Hazara

Balochistan horror: Gunmen kill 11 Hazara Shia coal miners, ISIS claims responsibility

In a shocking incident that has jostled the international community, a group of minority Hazara Shia muslim coal miners have been shot dead in in Pakistan by gunmen. The attack,....

Lithium reserves

India eyes lithium reserves in Argentina, Chile and Bolivia

As India strives to establish a robust battery supply chain in order to meet its ambitious targets for electric vehicle (EV) uptake, India's Khanij Bidesh India (KABIL) has signed an....

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China revises defence law to bolster Xi Jinping's military powers

As we enter 2021, China has clenched its jaw once again in a desperate attempt to gain military might. The revised national defence law of China, effective from January 1,....

India-China Soldiers

Chinese PLA-linked companies banned by US still operating in India

Amid rising tensions between the two superpowers, the United States in a major blow to China has added new companies on the list of those which it considers as “Communist....

CHINA-NATO

China vs NATO on dispatch of warships: Xi rattled by Britain’s moves in South China Sea

China is extremely perturbed about British warships entering the disputed South China Sea. China said that it would take necessary measures to safeguard its sovereignty, security and development interest, as....

UNSC

India begins 2 year tenure at UNSC; key priorities include counter-terrorism

As the new year started, India also began its two-year tenure as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council along with Norway, Mexico, Ireland and Kenya. On 17....

PM Modi| Xi Jinping

India's Mission 2021: Plans for Pak, China and Indo-Pacific border challenges

As we enter 2021, India has rejoined the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) as a non-permanent member in the new year for a two-year term. In 2020, India faced deteriorating....

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Chinese submarine drone found in Indonesia; possible covert mission suspected

Indonesia, in recent years has found a few uncrewed underwater vehicles (UUV). The most recent spotting of one, was near Selayar Island in South Sulawesi. Experts believe that it is....

Hindu Temple vandalism

Temple vandalism in Pakistan: 30 members of Islamist Party arrested

A historic Hindu temple was destroyed and set on fire by an angry mob in Terri village in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Karak district. Over a land dispute, an angry mob vandalized the....

China-Nepal

China puts in all their effort to avert political crisis in Nepal, return empty handed

In the ongoing political crisis in Nepal, between the two factions of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP), there was unprecedented meddling from China. This interference from the Chinese came....

Nepal-Protest

Nepal political crisis: Protestors hold torch rally against Chinese interference

As Nepal goes through an internal crisis, the citizens of Nepal are vehemently protesting against the interference of Chinese in the matter. On Tuesday night, hundreds of people took to....

Lens Technology

Lens Technology accused of using forced labor; China's hue and cry over Wistron incident exposed

A well-known Chinese company, Lens Technology, which supplies consumer electronics components, is one of the recent additions to the list of companies accused of using forced labor in its manufacturing....

Covd-19 wuhan cases

Covid-19 cases in Wuhan may have been ten times higher than official figure: Study

Even as China continues to refute claims that Covid-19 emerged from the labs of Wuhan and own the blame for its initial handling of the pandemic, a recent study suggests....

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Erdogan talks new reforms in Turkey; fears of turning into police state similar to China looms large

Speaking at two ceremonies in Turkey, President Tayyip Erdogan proclaimed that 2021 would be a "year of democratic and economic reforms" in the country. Addressing the coronavirus pandemic the President said the health crisis....

Alibaba Founder, Jack Ma

China’s crackdown on Tech: Antitrust fear drives $200 billion Chinese tech selloff

Investigations by regulators on China's giant Alibaba Group led to the second day of frantic selling among China’s largest tech firms. Major corporations are driven by fears that antitrust scrutiny....

Split in NCP

Nepal crisis continues to heightened; Xi rushes 'SOS Team' To Nepal

China seemed wary as it sent a high-level delegation to Nepal in order to assess the current situation of turmoil. Tensions between the party leaders of the Nepal Communist Party....

India-China standoff

Ban on Chinese entry in India? Aviation Ministry busts rumour

Amid tensions running high between India and China, taking a drastic step the Indian Government has asked all the Indian Airlines informally not to take Chinese nationals as flight passengers.....

China sending drones to Pakistan

Amid tensions with India, China amps up export of armed drones; Pakistan among top customers

China retaining its positions as leading global arms suppliers, sold 50 Wing Loong II armed drone supplies by Beijing to Pakistan. In an article, the Chinese media wrote that this....

S-Jaishankar

S Jaishankar on 2-day visit to Qatar: Indians' return to Qatar on agenda

Indian Minister of External Affairs, S Jaishankar will be on a two-day visit to Qatar from today, December 27 till tomorrow, during which he will be meeting Sheikh Mohammed bin....

Split in NCP

China sends high-level team to Nepal to defuse ongoing political crisis

China seems wary, as it has hurriedly sent a high-level delegation led by a vice minister of the Chinese Communist Party, to Nepal to oversee and assess the current situation....

CHINA-PAK

China turning blind eye to Pak terror: PLA ally Pak GHQ Rawalpindi's tactics make deadly progress

While several times the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) argued that Pakistan failed to act against terror financing on its soil, it was Pak's ally China who always used to....

Taliban in Afghanistan

Taliban top brass based in Pakistan: Mullah Baradar, Chief Taliban negotiator

Mullah Baradar, a senior commander and representative of Taliban in internal peace talks between the Afghan government and his group, revealed that the entire Taliban leadership is headquartered in Pakistan,....

China sending drones to Pakistan

A jump in increased Chinese propaganda on Pakistan Dirty money

The latest report by the British Government revealed that there is a continuous flow of dirty money from Pakistan to the UK. The report also pointed out the ties and....

MV Jag Anand

39 Indian sailors stuck in ships docked at 2 Chinese ports, Indian govt. in talks to resolve the issue soon

23 Indian sailors are stuck on bulk carrier MV Jag Anand, which has been anchored off Jingtang port on Bohai Sea in northern China’s Hebei province since June. Bohai Sea....

UN Security Council

‘Good riddance’, says China as Germany exits United Nations Security Council

German UN envoy Christoph Heusgen requested China that before he retires, they release two Canadians, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, held in custody for Christmas. The Chinese deputy UN ambassador,....

Covid last surge: After UK, concern grows over new and more infectious strain from South Africa

South Africa's health department said last week that a new genetic mutation of the virus had been discovered and might be responsible for a recent surge in infections there. Countries....

Chinese restaurant

China to fine restaurants promoting overeating under anti-food waste campaign

Xi Jinping, as part of his war on waste, has submitted a law against businesses that advocate wasting of food. The law is to be ratified by Standing Committee of....

Anurag Srivastava

Centre cites Covid-19 for calling off India-Russia annual summit, denounces Rahul Gandhi's "false & misleading" claims

The central government on Wednesday issued a statement saying that the annual India-Russia summit was being cancelled this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Centre refuted all other claims and....

Nepal Election Delayed

Nepal political turmoil: PM Oli defends parliament dissolution, elections set for 2021

Nepal’s President Bidya Devi Bhandari on Monday called off the Parliament session on the request of PM Oli due to the rift within his party. PM KP Sharma Oli on his....

PM Modi and Trump

US push to Indo-Pacific Agenda: Trump awards 'Legion of Merit' to 3 quad leaders, including PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was awarded the prestigious ‘Legion of Merit’ on Monday by the U.S. President, Donald Trump. This was awarded to PM Modi for his leadership in elevating....

Travel restrictions to UK

Alarm over new Covid-19 strain in UK: France, Germany, Italy, India & others announce travel restrictions

In what seemed like the last leg of the pandemic with enormous progress in vaccine development, it seems like the last month of 2020 has given its final blow with....

Uighur

No let-up in Xinjiang region, focus now on addressing roots of extremism: CCP

Despite global condemnation, China is not ready to loosen its crackdown in Xinjiang and take a hard look at treatment meted out against Uighurs. In an interview with Associated Press,....

Imran Khan, Xi Jinping

Pakistan and China fabricate Indian involvement with terrorists at UN

China and Pakistan have been presenting fabricated evidence to the United Nations that supposedly connects the terrorist group Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to India. In the midst of this, Pakistan is....

Narendra Modi, Nguyen Xuan Phuc

'Peace, stability & prosperity is our common aim': PM Modi at virtual summit with Vietnamese counterpart

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a virtual meeting with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc today. India and China remain to be the two countries that are the victim of Chinese....

Gwadar port

Pakistan fortifying Gwadar on pressure from China

Pakistan has now started erecting a wall of barbed fencing around Gwadar city, which will seal off the heart of Gwadar city, leaving only one entry point and one exit....

India Vietnam Summit

India, Vietnam to hold virtual summit on December 21: Development of India-Vietnam Strategic Partnership on agenda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold Virtual Summit with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Monday, December 21, Vietnam's Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang has announced. This....

Xi Jinping

Amid border standoff, China appoints new Generals for Western Theatre Command

Amid border standoff with India, the Chinese PLA has appointed Gen. Zhang Xudong as the new commander of its Western Theater Command who will be responsible for all of the....

UN vehicle

India rejects reports of UN vehicle being targeted across LoC

The Pakistani Armed Forces and Foreign Office had claimed that Indian troops stationed on the Line of Control (LoC) had intentionally opened fire on an official vehicle of the UN....

Shah Mahmood Qureshi

India planning surgical strike against Pakistan: Pak Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi

Even after four years of surgical strike by India, it's neighbour Pakistan still lives in the fear of another surgical strike by India. Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on....

Imran Khan

Imran Khan sidelined as Pakistan army takes control over China Pakistan Economic Corridor?

A bill passed in the Pakistan parliament that hands over near-absolute control to its armed forces regarding the $60 billion worth China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects, thus greatly reducing the government's....

China

China's nuclear arsenal grows in capability

The number of nuclear weapons owned by China has been increasing at a worrying pace, while not as large as that of the US or Russia (which number in the....

Chinese Communist Party

CCP members infiltrate UK firms, govt agencies and pharmaceutical giants: Report

Possible Chinese espionage has been revealed in some of the world's largest corporations, consulates and government agencies. Officials belonging to the Chinese Communist Party, or CCP are suspected of being....

Imran Khan, Xi Jinping

China bails out debt-ridden Pakistan, sanctions $1.5 billion loan for Saudi Arabia debt

Sources suggest that China has once again bailed out Pakistan by agreeing to give $1.5 billion to Pakistan to repay $2 billion Saudi Arabia debt. As per the reports, sources....

Covid vaccine

Pfizer vaccine roll out begins, to reach American hospitals on Monday

A Covid-19 vaccine from Pfizer and partner BioNTech was the first to gain the federal government’s permission to go into use in the United States. This is considered a landmark....

Gandhi-Statue

Mahatma Gandhi's statue vandalized in Washington D.C. in protest against farm laws

Amid the ongoing farmers’ protests in India against the three new farm laws passed by the Centre, the Mahatma Gandhi statue in Washington D.C. was vandalized and defaced by protestors.....

China, USA

Nasdaq, S&P DJI removes Chinese firms after US order

Following increasing Sino-US tensions, S&P Dow Jones Indices became the second major index provider to remove some Chinese firms from its index products. It happened after following the outgoing Trump....

Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Pakistan economy contracted $10.5 billion foreign loans in FY20; hits new low

According to a media report, Pakistan contracted $10.5 billion worth of new foreign loans from multilateral institutions and commercial banks during the fiscal year 2019-20. It is almost one-fourth higher than....

China-Canada Military

'Hug a PLA soldier': Canada increasingly becoming compliant to China

In 2018, Canada had allowed members of the PLA to observe the Canadian military’s winter survival training on a Canadian military base. As per the report requested by Canadian journalist....

cyprus president

India-Cyprus review cooperation in various fields: MEA

In a statement issued by MEA, the fifth round of Foreign Office Consultations (FOCs) between India and Cyprus was held on December 10 virtually. Both the countries reviewed their cooperation in....

Pfizer

US to roll out vaccine roll soon; FDA authorizes Pfizer vaccine

In a major relief to the post lockdown world, the US Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use on Friday for the prevention of coronavirus disease....

Pfizer

US report claims European hackers accessing BioNTech-Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine documents

BioNTech and Pfizer who make one of the covid-19 vaccines in partnership said that its regulatory submissions and data were accessed in a cyberattack. The documents were unlawfully hacked from....

Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi

Pak rewarding anti-India voices; 26/11 mastermind Lakhvi receives 1.5L monthly expenses

In a major revelation the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) 1267 sanctions committee has allowed payment of Pakistani Rs 1.5 lakh a month to 26/11 Mumbai attack planner Zakiur Rehman....

Xi Jinping

China's crackdown on billionaires: Xi Jinping targets 'ultra-wealthy'

Chinese supremo has made things for its billionaires and extremely wealthy more precarious in the past few years. China's economy could become the world's biggest but increasingly it's also one....

Uyghur Muslims in China

China arrest Uighurs via AI; Pompeo slams Chinese for intellectual property theft

According to the U.S.-based Human Rights Watch (HRW), the government used an expansive data collection project to arbitrarily detain Uighurs in the region. United Nations experts and advocates say at least....

Army Chief MM Naravane

General Naravane embarks on two-nation Gulf visit from Dec 9

In a  major step to boost strategic relations between India and Gulf countries, the Chief of Indian Army has embarked on a six-day crucial visit to UAE, Saudi Arabia. The....

India-China hostility

Amid Standoff, China Cancel Stamp Marking Ties With India

China has cancelled plans to jointly launch commemorative stamps with India, an apparent reflection of strained relations over a military standoff along the border. China's State Post Bureau had planned....

Farmers protest

‘Must be allowed to protest’: US lawmakers back Indian farmers

US lawmakers have spoken in favour of the farmers demonstrating against the new farm bills in India, requesting for the government to allow their protests to go on peacefully. India....