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South Asia strategy moving in right direction despite Pak hurdle: US

South Asia strategy moving in right direction despite Pak hurd...

President Donald Trump's South Asia strategy is moving in the right direction despite the challenge posed by Pakistan, the White House said today, ruling out any changes in the policy at least till it completes a year of its implementation. "Despite the lack ... DNA, 3 days ago

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NEC hosts Asia-Pacific exhibition to introduce top technology

[Thailand], Feb.21 (ANI): Japanese information technology company NEC recently hosted an Asia Pacific exhibition in Bangkok that showcased the latest advancements in deployment of technology. The event displayed NEC's latest advancements in the deployment of ...
 Sify4 weeks ago

All Parties Parliamentary Kashmir Group should represent sentiments of people - Dr Shabir Choudhry

[United Kingdom], Mar.3 (ANI): A Kashmiri writer and activist based in London, Dr. Shabir Choudhry, has asked the All Parties Parliamentary Kashmir Group (APPG) to listen to the oppressed people in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). Dr. Choudhry has written a ...
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How India can leash nuclear monsters in our neighbourhood

'Only when India's adversaries are convinced that India has both the necessary political and military will and the hardware to respond to a nuclear strike with punitive retaliation that will inflict unacceptable loss of human life and unprecedented material damage, will they be deterred,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). IMAGE: The Agni V missile whose range can target all of China. Photograph: Press Information Bureau Part 1: How India Must Play the Nuclear Card India is located in a ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

India must engage, not confront, China

'Our equations with China require engagement and not confrontation; its interfaces with Pakistan and with some other South Asian neighbours also add to the complexities,' says Vice Admiral Premvir Das (retd). IMAGE: Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in a brief interaction with Chinese soldiers during her maiden visit to the Nathu La border post in Sikkim, October 9, 2017. Several recent developments have further highlighted the need for India to develop a holistic national security strategy.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'PM Modi's healthcare plan is a welcome but interim measure'

There is a large population standing outside the coverage of primary healthcare, says Praveen Gupta of Raheja QBE.  The non-life segment of the insurance industry is suddenly all over the place.  The proposed national health insurance scheme announced in Budget FY2018-19 is only the largest news from the sector.  In this context, industry leaders like Praveen Gupta, below, chief executive officer of Raheja QBE, possibly India’s only boutique insurance company, have their ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Expanding Horizons

Lexus, the luxury brand from Japanese auto giant Toyota, has recently expanded its product portfolio in India, launching its flagship hybrid electric saloon the fifth generation LS500h priced between Rs 1.77 crore and Rs 1.94 crore to boost sales in Asia’s ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Fat to fit: How Karan Johar lost 17 kilos in 4 months

Karan's motivation was to "fit into a t-shirt." Karan before (left) and after (right) losing weight.Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar and Kind courtesy Karan Johar One of Bollywood's leading director-producer Karan Johar had been dealing with weight issues for a decade. If you had been following the director, you'd realise how he'd mostly cover himself in oversized, loose fitting jackets and clothes. For quite some time, actor and friend Ranbir Kapoor had been persuading him to pay attention to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

How Modi can resolve the China problem

'China any day would prefer to team up with India and dump Pakistan once the resolution of the border dispute becomes an accomplished fact,' says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant and long-time China-watcher. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Xi'an during the Indian leader's visit to China in May 2015. Part 1: Don't judge China with a fossilised mindset There are familiar rule books by which most countries of the world have for centuries ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Diplomatic Enclave: Trump’s Tweet Fuels Feud

US has asked Pakistan to take concrete steps against terror groups to earn back security aid US President Donald Trump fired off one of his famous tweets on New Year’s day accusing Pakistan of “lies and deceit”. Washington followed with announcing ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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