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UNMOGIP fulfilling its mandate

UNITED NATIONS - The United Nations Military Observers Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) is fulfilling its role in the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir under "difficult circumstances", a top UN official said on Friday. "It is indeed one of ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
India Seeks UN Role in Lakhvi Release Kashmir Observer, 2 months ago

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UN mission at LoC fulfilling role under difficult conditions, says peacekeeping chief

United Nations: The UN observer mission tasked with monitoring the ceasefire line between India and Pakistan is among the world body's "more discreet" operations that is fulfilling its role in the Kashmir area under difficult circumstances, the UN ...
 Economic Times1 month ago 'UN Mission at LoC Fulfilling Role Under Difficult Conditions'  Outlook India1 month ago
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What India should learn from the Manipur ambush

The site of the ambush in Manipur Manipur needs an integrated politico, military, socio-economic approach, says Sanjeev Nayyar. An attack by Naga militants in Chandel district of Manipur resulted in the deaths of 18 jawans. The last such attack was in 1987 when the Nagas attached an Assam Rifles post in Manipur. This author had visited Manipur and Kohima in 2014 for Sangai and Hornbill cultural festivals. Also drove 110 kms to the border town of Moreh which is in Chandel district where the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago India launches massive hunt for Manipur rebels, may seek Myanmar help  Hindustan Times4 weeks ago 20 soldiers killed in Manipur ambush  The Gulf Today4 weeks ago
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The Greece Crisis and its lessons for India

'India cannot expect to be insulated from the crisis. Europe is India's biggest trading partner with two-way trade of E72.5 billion or Rs 530,000 crore last year,' says Paranjoy Guha Thakurta. Even black humour has its ideological orientation as far as today's Greece is concerned. The capitalist version of the joke goes like this. Going Dutch means everyone sitting at a restaurant table shares the bill while Going Greek means that after everyone has eaten and drunk, everyone gets up and ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Rising Corporate Military Complex In India: A Critical Appraisal  Counter Currents3 weeks ago
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Why India hates Bobby McJindal

In the late summer of 2001, I spent four months in the United States on a fellowship. Bang in the middle of that period, the attack on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon took place and the horror and sheer audacity of 9/11 shook and stirred ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago
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India's Modi to visit Israel: Putting speculation to rest

At Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's completion of one year in power, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj announced that Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to visit Israel in the coming year. Ever since Modi assumed office as prime ...
 Jerusalem Post2 weeks ago Modi visit to boost India-Israel ties  Observer India2 weeks ago All eyes on Modi  Dhaka Tribune4 weeks ago Key Questions For India At Paris  Businessworld India1 month ago
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India's Myanmar operation sends unpleasant message to neighbors

Asia Times News & Features, South Asia The Indian army's raid on another country's territory to destroy rebel camps and the consequent chest-thumping by its ministers and a section of the media have further strained the country's relations with ...
 Asia Times Online2 weeks ago Myanmar Operation: Some Implications Analysis  Eurasia Review3 weeks ago Government denies India operation took place inside Myanmar  Myanmar Times3 weeks ago

Myanmar operation strengthens Modi's no-nonsense reputation

Ashok Malik 15 June 2015 There are those who have described the Indian Army's operations against cross-border insurgency groups hiding in villages in Myanmar as dramatic and new. There are others who have pointed out ...
 Observer India2 weeks ago Myanmar Operation Strengthens PM Modi's No-Nonsense Reputation  NDTV3 weeks ago

Khaplang's attacks on India seem to be result of his being sidelined

As national security adviser Ajit Doval readies for a trip to Myanmar for meetings with that country's leadership, apparently to discuss greater security cooperation and the media goes gung-ho with leaked information about the army assault on ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

India's national security management: Crying for an overhaul

By C. Uday Bhaskar As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepares for his first visit to China next week, the unresolved territorial and border dispute will be a major issue on the summit agenda. The incursion by People's Liberation ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago
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