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Pakistan sounds alarm over ‘nuclearisation’ of Indian Ocean by India

Islamabad, February 12: Pakistan is determined to counter growing threats to peace in the Indian Ocean, particularly from its “nuclearisation” by India, Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz said. Aziz on Saturday said the Indian Ocean faced challenges to peace due to its militarisation, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, increased missile capabilities and power projection…

Indo-Pakistan nuclear war in 2028; US Intelligence National Council predicts

The US National Intelligence Council has predicted a nuclear war between India and Pakistan in 2028, writes Abdus Sattar Ghazali. The prediction came in the Council report released recently under the title: Global Trends: Paradox of Progress. Every four years since 1997, the National Intelligence Council has published an unclassified strategic assessment of how key…

Trump’s ‘Buy American’, Modi’s ‘Make in India’ can together boost each other

US President Donald Trump’s mantra of “Buy American” and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ are not mutually exclusive because trade need not be a zero sum game. Arul Louis talks to Shalabh Kumar, Indian-American Republican leader and founder of Republican Hindu Coalition (RHC). New York, January 30: A harder line by Trump to…

Will Trump presidency shadow alter India-US-Australia trilateral relations?

With Donald Trump inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, will his presidency alter India-US-Australia trilateral relations, writes Rekha Bhattacharjee It is an indisputable fact that the US is a vital strategic ally for Australia. The depth of the collaboration between the two Pacific-rim countries can be seen in various spheres like foreign…

Amazon stops selling Indian flag doormat after Indian External Affairs minister threatens visa ban

But Amazon continues to sell Lord Ganesha skateboards, despite requests for removal London, January 17: A doormat depicting the Indian flag was being sold from world’s largest online retailer, Amazon’s Canadian store, which led to a furor amongst Indians both in India and overseas. Indian External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj then issued ultimatum that she…

UN chief Ban Ki-moon calls for India, Pakistan dialogue to resolve bi-lateral differences

United Nations, December 22: The outgoing UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has again called for India and Pakistan to resolve their differences through dialogue and has expressed concern over the tensions along the Line of Control. Ban, whose term ends this month, encourages the South Asian neighbors to continue their efforts to deal with their disputes…

Russia Is Giving America a Taste of its Own Medicine – reverse engineering America’s strategy

Aiming to spread democracy, the U.S. has meddled in foreign countries’ politics and influenced foreign elections for decades. Russia just returned the favour, writes Fyodor Lukyanov Editor, Russia in Global Affairs @The Huffington Post MOSCOW, December 16: When America won the Cold War, its democratic ideology of political openness triumphed. According to America’s liberal world order,…

Australia’s most-wanted Fijian Indian jihadist Neil Prakash, to be extradited amidst Radicalisation Fears within Australia

Melbourne, Nov 28: Once believed to be dead, Australia’s most wanted Islamist terrorist, Neil Prakash, whose father is a Fiji-Indian, is reported to have been arrested while trying to cross over from war-torn Syria into Turkey. Prakash was arrested by Turkish officials in Turkey, when he tried to cross the Syrian border into Turkey using…

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