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China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a source of regional tensions, warns U.S. War College expert
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China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a source of regional tensi...

The China - Pakistan Economic Corridor or the CPEC is going to further escalate regional tensions according to an expert who has served with the Strategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army's War College in Washington, DC.Dr. Robert G. Darius, a former ... Business Standard, 2 days ago
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'When we fight a war we forget the danger'

The Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh passed into the ages on Saturday, September 16, 2017, 52 years after he led the IAF to great success in the 1965 War. In an interview to Rediff.com's Sheela Bhatt on the 40th anniversary of that war, the IAF's greatest warrior recalled how the air force triumphed against all odds.   IMAGE: US President Barack Obama greets Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh at Rashtrapati Bhavan, January 26, 2015. Photograph: Pete Souza/The White ...
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Army finalises plan for inducting women in military police

The army has finalised a plan to induct women in the military police, seen as a major move towards breaking gender barriers in the force. Adjutant General of the Army Lt General Ashwani Kumar said it planned to induct about 800 women in the military police with a yearly intake of 52 personnel. Another senior official, who did not wish to be named, said some of the women personnel would be gradually stationed in the conflict-torn Kashmir Valley to carry out various kinds of tasks such as ...
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Will these films win an Oscar?

Aseem Chhabra lists the top 10 films at the recently-held Toronto International Film Festival. There are so many reasons to like the Toronto International Film Festival. Toronto is a great, vibrant city and the fall weather is beautiful. The festival attracts press from around the world and most of them are friendly, polite and patient despite having to stand in long lines, sometimes for hours. And then there is the joy of watching the films, catching the awards potential buzz, discovering new ...
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From the Raj to Azadi, how I saw India change

As a child in British India, Bharati Dutt, now 81, lived a privileged and sheltered life in an extended joint family of civil servants, doctors, engineers and Gandhians. Between the ages of seven and 11, when just old enough to understand, chronicle and remember, she witnessed the life-changing events that shaped a nation still struggling to break out of the shackles of its past and forge a new future. Bharati Dutt shared her memories -- a narrative of India on the threshold of freedom as seen ...
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Donald Trump hits back at CEOs over response to Virginia violence, calls them 'grandstanders'

US President Donald Trump hit back on Tuesday at business leaders who quit a presidential advisory panel in protest over his response to a rally by far-right groups that turned deadly in Virginia, calling the executives "grandstanders." Trump has faced a ...
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My country - India, Bharat or Hindustan?

Shops across the country are laden with flags and other festive paraphernalia as India prepares to celebrate its Independence Day on August 15. Image: AP 15th August 2017: India’s 70th Independence Day. A day for remembering the freedom fighters and the ...
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India behaving like mature power in Doklam standoff: US expert

India is "behaving like a mature power" in the Doklam standoff in the Sikkim section and making China look like an adolescent throwing a tamper tantrum, a top American defence expert has said.India and China have been locked in a face-off in the Doklam area for the last 50 days after Indian troops stopped the Chinese People's Liberation Army from building a road in the area.Praising India's behaviour over the matter, James R Holmes, professor of strategy at the prestigious US Naval War College, ...
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