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Suspected Afghan Taliban member indicted in Germany

German prosecutors have filed terrorism and murder charges against a suspected member of Afghanistan's Taliban whom they accuse of participating in an attack in which an American soldier was killed. Federal prosecutors said today they filed the indictment ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Missing Pak journalist rescued after two years

A Pakistani woman journalist who was allegedly kidnapped while pursuing the case of an Indian engineer two years ago has been rescued, officials said. Zeenat Shahzadi, a 26-year-old reporter of Daily Nai Khaber and Metro News TV channel, went missing on August 19, 2015, when some unidentified men allegedly kidnapped her while she was en route to her office in an auto-rickshaw from her home in a populated locality of Lahore. Shahzadi was believed to have 'forcibly disappeared' while working on ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Missing Pakistan journalist recovered after two years  Deccan Herald2 days ago
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Xi wants China to be the world's top power

'Xi's emphasis on enhancing conventional military deterrence capabilities, joint operations and power projection are likely to increase friction points with India as with other nations,' points out China expert Srikanth Kondapalli. President Xi Jinping delivered a more than three hour-long speech at the beginning of the 19th Communist Party Congress at Beijing on Wednesday, October 18. As with previous congresses, the primary focus of this gathering as well is to direct ways to further the ...
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Divide between Pak government, military establishment widening over fighting terrorism: Journalist

[Pakistan], Oct 5 (ANI): The divide between the Pakistan Government and the country's military establishment continues to widen, especially on key issues ranging from dealing with terrorism to pro-Taliban policies to dispute resolution with neighbours and ...
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Well before the nuclear triad was complete, the US knew about India's secret missile projects

Months before India and the United States signed the framework nuclear agreement, US spies managed to get their hands on vital information on India’s nuclear missile programme. The Pokhran nuclear tests in 1998 had caught the US spooks by surprise, ...
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Investors explore risky frontier with Tajikistan's debut bond

By Sujata Rao and Alexander Winning LONDON (Reuters) - With an economy reliant on migrants' remittances, a president in power for a quarter century and a business plan hinging on power exports to Afghanistan, Tajikistan's $500 million bond placement this week ...
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Trump to nominate Bridenstine as NASA chief next week

[U.S.A.], September 2 (ANI):United States President Donald Trump will nominate Oklahoma Congressman Jim Bridenstine as the next administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) next week. It is being reported that U.S. President will ...
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Why it's unlikely that Benazir Bhutto’s assassination will ever get any closure

Almost 10 years ago, on 27 December 2007, former Pakistan prime minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated by a 15-year-old suicide bomber as she addressed an election rally in Rawalpindi. On 31 August, 10 years later, the five accused in the case, all members ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Market movement in a glocal setting

Arun Kejriwal Indian stock markets have had a decent run and even though currently they are in a consolidating mood, they have made decent returns for investors. The roots of this rally began in August-September of 2013 when the present Prime Minister ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Will China resume building roads in Doklam?

'While overall this is a face saving deal just before the BRICS meeting in Xiamen, any forward military movement at Doklam once again could bring the two Asian giants at loggerheads,' says China expert Srikanth Kondapalli. In a surprise move, India announced on Monday, August 28, afternoon that the 'ongoing' and 'expeditious disengagement of border personnel' from the Doklam area which witnessed a standoff between an estimated 200 to 300 troops each at the tri-junction area of ...
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