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Singapore's success is an inspiration for India: Narendra Modi

From Rohingyas to India: Challenges that will test Suu Kyi's m...

By Seema Guha Myanmar's Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, whose National League for Democracy swept the recent national elections, will now have to prove her credentials to those who gave her unstinted support during her days under house ..., 1 day ago

India bats for BCIM, K2K economic corridors

Kolkata, Nov 24 (IANS) Initially circumspect about going too fast on the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) forum, India now appears to be strongly pitching for the development corridor connecting the country with China through Bangladesh and ...
 Yahoo! India16 hours ago ‚ÄčIndia finally seems upbeat on BCIM  Bdnews24.com15 hours ago India bats for BCIM K2K economic corridors  Mumbai News.Net11 hours ago


Share to Facebook Share to Twitter INDIA HAS TO BE INNOVATIVE IN ITS RELATIONS By Barun Das Gupta KOLKATA: It is tempting to compare the state assembly elections in Bihar with the parliamentary elections in neighbouring ...
 IPA Newspack.com20 hours ago

Enabling Myanmar

New Delhi justified this policy on pragmatic national security grounds and rebuffed appeals from Indian civil society and human rights groups to push for democratisation of Myanmar. The disconnect between the official Indian position on Myanmar and ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

India, Pak among major illicit drug producing nations: Obama

US President Barack Obama has determined India and its three neighbours, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Myanmar, among a list of 22 nations that are major illicit drug producing or transit countries.  Other countries on the list consists of the Bahamas, Belize, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Laos, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and Venezuela. ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

New Asian highway section to link India-Myanmar-Thailand

The Myawaddy-Thinggan Nyenaung-Kawkareik section of the Asian highway linking India, Myanmar and Thailand has been put into service, the media reported.Myanmar Vice President U Nyan Tun, Thai Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak and Chairman of the Kayin National Union General Saw Mutu Sae Po attended an inaugural ceremony of the service on Sunday, Xinhua reported.With the 25.6-km-long section becoming operational, travel time between Thinggan Nyenaung and Kawkareik will be reduced from ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Need people's support in BCIM corridor: MEA official

Seeking people's support to build Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) economic corridor, a Ministry of External Affairs official on Tuesday said it is for the benefit of the local populace. "The corridor is for the benefit of the people who ...
 The Statesman15 hours ago PTI - BCIM - Need people's support in BCIM corridor: MEA official  Namibia Press Agency17 hours ago

Myanmar Court Prosecutes Woman for Facebook Posting

India take on Bangladesh in U-19 tri-series Calcutta News.Net - Monday 23rd November, 2015 An unbeaten Under-19 Indian cricket team will take on Bangladesh, who are riding high after their win over Afghanistan, in the fourth match of the ...
 Calcutta News.Net16 hours ago
India Today

Rahul Gandhi's Southeast Asia holiday mystery cracked

India Today TV now has exclusive information on the Congress scion's 'super secret foreign tour'. Contrary to media speculation of 56 days, Rahul's foreign trip comprised a total of 60 days. It included a four-nation visit with stays ranging from a ...
 India Today2 hours ago End of Secrecy : Where all Rahul Gandhi was in his mysterious 60 day holiday finally revealed  Tehelka27 minutes ago Details out: What Rahul Gandhi did during his two-month-long sabbatical  ZeeNews.com1 hour ago
Times of India

India reclaims spice route to counter China's silk route

NEW DELHI: The battle for geopolitical influence has been joined on the high seas in right earnest. India's old spice route is now jostling with China's ancient silk route for the same strategic space in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) in modern ...
 Times of India3 hours ago
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