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Pakistan can live without US aid: Foreign Minister

Islamabad, Jan 18 (IANS) Pakistan is trying to maintain a balance in its relationship with the US and the government has made it clear that Islamabad can live without Washington's aid but will not compromise on national integrity, Foreign Minister Khawaja ... Sify, 1 month ago

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Russia dismisses Democratic US Senate report as unfounded

The Kremlin has dismissed a new report by US Senate Democrats describing Russian interference in the US and throughout Europe as unfounded and President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of "aggressive" overreaction. Some European politicians said they ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Indo-US relationship: India must avoid the American trap

The Doklam standoff between India and China kept the Indian strategic community busy for almost three months. There were a few statements from the US Congress/Senate, Trump administration and US Generals/Admirals that went somewhat unnoticed. All these ...
 Sify2 months ago
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US will not allow China to 'coerce' nations in Asia: Trump admin

The US will not allow China to "bully" or "coerce" nations in Asia, a senior Trump administration official has said, amidst Beijing flexing its muscles in the region.The Trump administration has made clear that the US wants a "productive" relationship with ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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Pak developing new types of nukes, will keep aiding terror: US Intel

US Intel chief warned that Pakistan-supported terrorist groups would continue to carry out attacks inside India. Pakistan is developing new types of nuclear weapons, including short-range tactical ones, that bring more risks to the region, America's intelligence chief warned on Tuesday. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats' remarks came days after a group of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists struck the Sunjuwan Military Camp in Jammu on Saturday, killing seven people including ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Sino-India ties to be tense, Pak to continue attack: US Intel chief  Rediff.com1 week ago

US budget outline calls for huge Pentagon increase

The Pentagon on Monday unveiled a mammoth budget proposal for fiscal 2019 that would see a more than 10% boost in spending and add thousands more troops across the US military services. The $686 billion spending plan - up from $612 billion in 2018-is framed ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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US asks Pakistan to expel terrorists operating from its soil

The United States has asked Pakistan to expel terrorists, especially the Taliban leaders, operating from terror safe havens within its soil, a top Trump administration official said on Wednesday. "We've had a number of discussions with our Pakistani partners on expectations for change and expelling terrorists from areas in which they've been allowed to operate," Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan told members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee ...
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Washington still hopes for talks with Taliban: State

Washington still hopes to "bring the Taliban to the negotiating table" in Afghanistan, a senior State Department official said today, even though President Donald Trump had ruled out such talks any time soon.Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan, returning ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

US must encourage India, Pak to address tensions: official

The US needs to encourage India and Pakistan to address their tensions in order to reduce the risk of a nuclear war, a top Pentagon official told lawmakers today while seeking to restrain Pakistan's nuclear programme.Assistant Secretary of Defence for Asian ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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US, India share economic and humanitarian interests in Afghanistan: Diplomat John Sullivan

The US and India share economic and humanitarian interests in Afghanistan, a top American diplomat on Tuesday said, but maintained silence on the security aspect of the Afghan-problem, which has been a big area of concern for New Delhi. During a Congressional ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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