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Peace in J-K is imperative for resumption of friendly ties between India, Pakistan: Mehbooba
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Peace in J-K is imperative for resumption of friendly ties bet...

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has said that peace in the state is imperative for dialogue and resumption of friendly ties between India and Pakistan while adding that peace only makes all developmental efforts possible and let people reap ... Business Standard, 2 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 ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Will Trump take sides in the India-Pakistan dispute?  Rediff.com2 months ago
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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 Herald1 month ago
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Karachi a hub of anti-India terror outfits: Report

Pakistan is stoking the fire of ethnic, political and sectarian tension and its port city of Karachi has become a hub of anti-India jihadists, according to a new report by a prominent European think-tank. The International Crisis Group said in its report titled Pakistan: Stoking the Fire in Karachi that security forces were allowing ‘anti-India outfits like the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba/Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Jaish-e-Mohammed to operate madrasas and charity fronts’. ‘Pakistan’s most ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Spy’s eye: Trump’s war on terror

President Donald Trump has finally got going on his campaign promise of eradicating Islamic radicals, who had declared the US as their 'prime enemy', by dropping the biggest non- nuclear bomb - 10000Kg MOAB - on the ISIS stronghold in Afghanistan's Nangarhar ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 days ago
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President Bhandari in Delhi, but Nepal 'eyeing China' of concern

Nepalese President Bidhya Devi Bhandari may have commenced her five-day India visit, but her country's frequent hobnobbing with China has dominated headlines and attracted New Delhi's concerned attention. In a first, Nepal and China have started a 10-day ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Spy’s eye : Politics of neo-liberals

The advent of the Modi regime with its ringing call of ‘India First’ that denoted a strong nationalist framework for the economic and foreign policies of the country, has provoked an incessant campaign by certain forces within India and abroad to project ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Disequilibrium : MACHIAVELLIAN KAK

Long years after J&K’s accession to India, disputed by many but irrevocable because Maharaja Hari Singh signed the Instrument of Accession, it was the nationalist uprising led by Sheikh Mohd Abdullah which turned the tide in India's favour, his son has ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay: The Last Teacher

THERE ARE SOME people who guide our lives, even though they enter them very briefly. For me, Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay has played that role for a long time. Thanks to this important book by Ellen Carol DuBois and Vinay Lal, I’ve learned more of her writing, ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago
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