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Kamal Haasan reacts to his friend Paresh Rawal’s outburst ag...

On Tuesday morning actor-turned-politician Paresh Rawal dropped a bomb on Twitter by announcing that author-activist Arundhati Roy should be tied to an army jeep in Kashmir the way a stone-pelter was tied by an army man. While a lot of Paresh’s ... Bollywood Hungama, 1 day ago
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Modi @3: The view from the foreign office

Diplomats agree that amid stormy relations with China and Pakistan, Modi has posted impressive foreign policy successes, notes Aditi Phadnis.  When veteran diplomat Hardeep Puri retired from the Indian Foreign Service as India’s Permanent Representative at the United Nations, he confessed candidly that domestic politics had come in the way of India claiming its place in the world. “In New York, there were moments when I wished we had a stronger government in New Delhi. One of ...
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CPEC, Gilgit Baltistan and Pakistani economy.

[United Kingdom], May 9 (ANI): CPEC is, no doubt, a big project with many dimensions and many targets. It is hailed as a 'game changer'. However, debate still goes on in Pakistan and around the globe, in whose favour the game will change, as a weak partner in ...
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How India drowned Pakistan's voice in America

The start of Indian-American lobbying in the US can be directly traced back to Pakistan's anti-India lobbying.Policy wonk Ashok Sharma documents the journey of Indian lobbying and its role in transforming the US-India relationship in his new book. How an 'ISI spy' pushed anti-India agenda in Washington Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Not long ago, the Pakistan lobbying was accustomed to steamrolling over the weak Indian lobby in Washington. But since 9/11 terrorists attacks, Capitol ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Exclusive! What the head of US Congress' India caucus wants  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Should the US mediate in the India-Pakistan dispute?

Any settlement with Pakistan won't last unless it comes with big power guarantees, feels Shekhar Gupta. There are three words voters the world over love now, and three they detest. The things they like are: Change, disruption, even political and ideological iconoclasm. The three they abhor: Status quo, establishments, political correctness. Donald Trump is only the latest personification of this. This is precisely what brought Narendra Modi to power and keeps his popularity going. In fact, it ...
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'Radicalisation of Maldives should raise alarm in India'

'Now is the time for India, our biggest neighbour and oldest friend, to bring the full array of international policy instruments to bear.'Ahmed Naseem, the exiled former foreign minister of the Maldives, tells Rediff.com contributor Rajeev Sharma why it is important that India take the lead in addressing the unrest in his country. Why the Maldives feels it can defy India IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, right, with Maldives President Abdulla Yameen at the SAARC Summit in 2014.Ahmed ...
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Chinese, Turkish troops to take part in 'Pakistan Day' parade

Chinese and Turkish troops will for the first time take part in the Pakistan Day parade to be held here next week. Military spokesman Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said that foreign troops from friendly countries of China and Turkey will be part in this years parade.
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Modi Government is transparent, decisive: BJP chief Amit Shah

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Friday said that the Prime Minister Modi led government is a transparent and decisive government. Addressing a press conference here to mark the first day of the M.O.D.I. (Making of Developed India) fest to ...
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Modi has said his coffers are always open for J&K: Dr Nirmal Singh

History was created when Dr Nirmal Singh became the first ever BJP leader to be appointed as deputy chief minister in Jammu and Kashmir. Holding Ph.D in History, Dr Singh was a professor of History in the University of Jammu. In a freewheeling interview with ...
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PM Modi cautions international community on growing 'arc of violence'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday cautioned the international community against the growing “arc of violence” and said the biggest challenge to sustainable world peace is from mindsets rooted in hate and violence, and not necessarily from conflict between the nation states. IMAGE: Modi visits the Seema Malaka Temple, in Colombo. Photograph: PTI Photo Speaking as the chief guest at the International Vesak Day celebrations in Colombo, Modi said the ideologies of hate and ...
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