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Time to take bold action: Afghanistan backs India on surgical strikes

Time for bold action, Afghanistan envoy backs India

Abdali, who was Afghanistan's deputy NSA before becoming envoy in Delhi, told reporters at the Foreign Correspondents Club of South Asia it is time to take bold action. A day after India declared having conducted surgical strikes across the Line of ... Indian Express, 19 hours ago

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Arsenal's Arsene Wenger: I faced resistance as a foreigner 20 years ago

Arsenal Chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, presented Arsene Wenger with a gift, thanking the Frenchman for 20 years with the club. Arsene Wenger says he had to convince people that a foreigner could manage Arsenal after being appointed into the role 20 ...
 ESPN Soccernet20 hours ago Five ways Arsenal's Arsene Wenger changed English football forever  ESPN Soccernet10 hours ago

The heat stays on: MEA toughens stand on terror from Pak

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar, while accepting the invitation to visit Pakistan for bilateral talks, has rejected "Pakistans self serving allegations" and made it clear that the discussion should focus on "more pressing aspects of the Jammu and Kashmir ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Cong backs Jaishankar's concern, calls for exposing Pak sponsored terrorism  Sify1 month ago Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar says terrorism is coming in the way of Indo-Pak relations  catchnews.com1 month ago Pak's use of terror major roadblock in ties: Foreign Secy Jaishankar  Asian Age1 month ago

The stunning tale of naive weakness that led to the Iran deal

It was Hillary Clinton who nailed Barack Obama's policy with a single, deadly word: Naive, she called it, in a campaign debate in 2008. And how. The full story of President Obama's 2015 Iran deal, which gave Iran more than it could have wished for ...
 New York Post1 hour ago

India may host meet to lure investors for Chabahar port

1 October 2016, New Delhi, PTI A major economic summit will likely be held in India within the next two months to attract investment from across the globe for the strategic Chabahar port in Iran which would give India access to ...
 Millennium Post11 hours ago

Seven days in wonderland

Witnessing China's economic boom first hand Being the biggest producers of drones and quad copters across South & East Asia, Daijian Innovations shot to fame in year 2014 when drones went from creepy military gear to consumer-friendly video ...
 Pakistan Today15 hours ago

UK government seize passport of Syrian journalist

We condemn the decision of UK border officials to confiscate the passport of Syrian journalist, Zaina Erhaim, at the request of Syrian authorities. We urge the British government to protect the freedom of the press by refusing to let foreign ...
 Arabstoday.net18 hours ago Groups condemn the confiscation of Syrian journalist's passport by UK officials  Index on Censorship21 hours ago

Primary, secondary markets move in opposite directions

The primary market has been on a roll this year, though the secondary market has remained volatile. Scores of big, medium and small sized initial public offerings (IPOs) are lined up for this year, encouraged by the overwhelming response many IPOs have got in ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Modi Govt. following 'classic knee-jerk policy' with Pak: CPI (M)

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Thursday alleged that the BJP-led NDA Government at the Centre was following a classic knee-jerk policy with regard to its relationship with Pakistan and said the ruling dispensation does not have a clear-cut idea of ...
 Sify1 month ago

India's friendly steps towards Pak face this 'unique challenge'

India’s efforts to have ‘closer and broader’ cooperation in South Asia often faced roadblocks due to ‘unique challenge’ from Pakistan which tends to use terrorism as an instrument of policy of diplomacy, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said on Wednesday night. In strong criticism of Pakistan, he said almost all major initiatives of India in South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation -- be it enhancing connectivity or having deeper engagement in some other key ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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