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How India must stand up to China's provocations

How India must stand up to China's provocations

China's actions at the NSG will certainly taint India-China relations and enhance suspicion of China's intentions, says former senior RA&W officer Jayadeva Ranade. As anticipated China did not yield ground in its sustained opposition to India's admission to the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group and has successfully had the matter deferred by at least a year. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's request during a 50-minute personal meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at Tashkent also ..., 1 hour ago

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US following policy of containing China due to ties with India: Aziz

ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Monday categorically dispelled an impression of Pakistan's international isolation, saying it was pursuing an active foreign policy for promoting and protecting its national ...
 Daily Times2 hours ago `India wants normalisation with Pakistan on its terms`  ZeeNews.com21 hours ago Pakistan skeptical on talks with India  Ani News22 hours ago Pakistan-India ties not improving anytime soon: Aziz  HT Syndication22 hours ago

Most Indians want to fly with Becks, Emma, Bond

Beckham was the 1st choice among British celebrities for flying companion. When it comes to travelling, Indians are the most family-oriented globally and prefer destinations that offer fun activities for all, according to a British Airways survey.
 Asian Age2 hours ago Bond, Beckham beckon Indians to visit UK  Deccan Herald7 hours ago Indians prefer Beckham over Bond Craig as travelmate  Prokerala13 hours ago

Luxury train travel may get a Bollywood touch

The Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has set its sights on the lucrative Bollywood pie to expand its revenue potential. Its officials met with state officials last week and discussed the possibility of having Bollywood stars travelling in ...
 Asian Age2 hours ago
DNA India

Get a glimpse of north-east India's colours in city

The third edition of Colours of North East, an event that promotes business and tourism in north-east India, will be held in the city on June 30. The morning session of the event titled 'Make in North East' will be presented by CII with support ...
 DNA India2 hours ago

Interventions that saved India

Had it not been for Syama Prasad Mookerjee's interventions, India would have been a different place — its very raison d'être severely challenged and besieged. His sacrifice ensured that the civilisational bonds between this portion of India and ...
 New Delhi Pioneer19 minutes ago

Make in India F-16s, F-18s: Hunt for new range of fighter jets set to take off

The defence ministry is moving fast to end the critical shortage of fighter jets in the Indian Air Force (IAF) which has been decommissioning squadrons flying MIG-21s that have been in service for over 50 years. Indian officials will get a ...
 India Today23 minutes ago
Deccan Chronicle

India blocks Pakistan's progress: PCB

Islamabad: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shahryar Khan believes that India is holding back progress on the Pak-India series saying he hopes the political atmosphere improves and cricket relations can be build-up once again. Shahryar said ...
 Deccan Chronicle31 minutes ago India holding back progress on Indo-Pak cricket revival: Shahryar  Pakistan Today1 day ago

Brexit: Mixed bag for India

The world is undergoing a metamorphosis with people at large bored with the status quo. There is a groundswell of aspiration for change, for out-of-the-box solutions to problems and a surge of expectations which reflect impatience. Who would have ...
 DNA India1 hour ago
Business Insider India

India’s growth may dip by 0.6 per cent: Morgan Stanley

Brexit is likely to have an adverse impact on India’s growth with domestic GDP expected to decline by up to 60 basis points in a high-stress scenario within the next two years, Morgan Stanley on Tuesday said in a report. According to the global financial ...
 Asian Age7 hours ago Morgan Stanley: India's growth may decline by 60 bps on Brexit  New Delhi Pioneer9 hours ago India's growth may dip by 0.60% on Brexit, predicts Morgan Stanley  ZeeNews.com10 hours ago Morgan Stanley report shows Brexit may bring down India's growth by 60 bps in the next two years  Business Insider India10 hours ago
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