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Centre trying to get US charges against Devyani Khobragade dropped
DNA India

Efforts are on for dropping charges against Khobragade: Min

Official talks for dropping charges against Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade in a New York Court, are continuing with US authorities, the Lok Sabha was informed today. However, the issue did not figure at the summit talks between Prime Minister ..., 2 weeks ago

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PPP files defamation case against businessman, Indian publisher

The newest breakthrough actually raises troubling questions. It contrives a model to shift to Indian taxpayers the liability risks for nuclear accidents, thus undermining India's domestic law, the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act The ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago After Obama's India visit- A view from Pakistan  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Is India ready for a global role?  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Kya India-Pakistan match hai!  South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Pakistan sends 12 terrorism-related cases to military courts

Talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Barack Obama comprehensively covered most facets of India-U.S. engagement, and imparted greater depth to the relationship. The final verdict will, however, depend on whether issues ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago Pakistan is increasingly isolated, says daily  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Bangladesh parties urged to end deadly cycle of crimes  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Dhaka-Kolkata train attacked in Bangladesh  South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Diplomatic staff under surveillance in Pakistan

NEW DELHI Indian High Commission staff in Pakistan are being subjected to intrusive surveillance and tailing by intelligence personnel of that country, federal External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Wednesday. The matter has been taken up ...
 Oman Tribune2 weeks ago Indian mission staff in Pakistan being ‘tailed’  Asian Age2 weeks ago Opp seeks clarity on tailing of Indian diplomats in Pak  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago Pakistan tailing Indian High Commission staff: Sushma  The Hindu3 weeks ago
Times of India

Pakistani cybersecurity firm stealing Indian bureaucrats data: FireEye

BENGALURU: A Pakistani cybersecurity firm with close ties to Islamabad has been found stealing information from Indian government and defence establishments, according to a two-year investigation by a US-based IT security firm. The Pakistani ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Pakistan cyber firm hacked computers of Indian bureaucrats  Digit.in2 weeks ago Pakistan cyber firm found accessing computers of Indian bureaucrats  Economic Times2 weeks ago Cyber Wars: Pakistani firm stealing info from Indian govt & defence establishments  Media Nama3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Russia, India, China to cooperate in energy, global issues

While the Indo-US defence ties are not aimed at building any containment schemes, they are unquestionably aimed towards capacity building and maintenance of domestic and international peace and security writes Simi Mehta Barack Obama's Siri ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago Obama's India visit- Hugs and shrugs  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Obama visit: Giving India a geopolitical strategic space  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Good US-India relations don't threaten China: Obama  South Asia Monitor1 month ago

India committed to strengthening civilian govt in Pakistan

NEW DELHI : Two days before Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar embarks on the SAARC Yatra, India has made it clear that it was committed to strengthening the Nawaz Sharif-led civilian government in Pakistan. It is in our best interest to build up a ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago Jaishankar: The Right Replacement  New Indian Express1 month ago Subrahmanyam Jaishankar takes over as foreign secretary  Livemint.com2 months ago 9 things about new Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar  India Today2 months ago
Times of India

Khobragade Ban under challenge at Kerala HC again

KOCHI: Central government's decision after the Khobragade row for not allowing Indians holding US trafficking (T) visas to fly there has been questioned again before the Kerala High Court. The court had recently held that such a ban is against ...
 Mumbai News.Net1 week ago 'Khobragade ban' against fundamental rights, says Kerala HC  Times of India3 weeks ago Ban on trafficking visa challenged again in HC  Times of India1 week ago 'Khobragade Ban' under challenge at Kerala HC again  Times of India2 weeks ago

Attack on Indian grandfather: Alabama governor's rare apology matters

When the governor of Alabama says sorry to the Indian government, it is a big deal. States are loath to apologise even for pogroms and wars, let alone roughing up a citizen of a different country. Maher Arar was detained during a transit stop at ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Attack on Indian: Why Alabama governor's rare apology matters  MSN News1 month ago

In America, bias wears a badge

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Reuters UNFAIR: Indians are not subjected to police violence as frequently as other minorities such as African-Americans but often enough to suggest a similar prejudice. Picture shows the victim, Sureshbhai ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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