China, Turkey Start Making Ships For Pak Navy: Pak Media

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ISLAMABAD: China has started manufacturing of third Tpye-054A Class Frigate for the Pakistan Navy while Turkey has also begun to manufacture second MILGEM Class Corvette Keel. The ships launching ceremonies were held at Hudong Zhonghua (HZ) Shipyard Shanghai, China, and … Read More

3 Employees Sacked For ‘Anti- National Activities’ Article 311 Invoked First Time In Kashmir

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Jammu: In the first such action after re-organisation of Jammu & Kashmir, the administration of the Union Territory has terminated three government employees for their involvement in activities “prejudicial to security of the State”. Authoritative sources told that Lieutenant Governor … Read More

Solidarity Mission: High-Capacity French Oxygen Generators To Arrive In India Amid Covid Crisis

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French President Emmanuel Macron sanctioned the mission earlier this week. The oxygen generator plants will make 8 hospitals autonomous for over a decade. FranceStandsWithIndia, just as India has always stood by France: French Ambassador France is deploying a massive solidarity … Read More

Walmart To Donate 20 Oxygen-Generating Plants, Cryogenic Containers To India To Fight COVID-19

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Walmart will donate up to 20 oxygen-generating plants and 20 cryogenic containers to India for the storage and transportation of the life-saving gas, and also provide USD 2 million to non-governmental organisations to help them fight the devastating surge in … Read More

China’s Influence Is Rising In Latin America

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While Latin Americans consider China as a business ally, the soft power of India is more appealing in the region Over the years, China has made all possible efforts to become the most important ally of Latin America. China has … Read More

Labbiak Protest Fallout: Imran Khan Govt ‘Disappointed’ After EU Parliament Calls For Review of Pak GSP+ Status

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Brussels: Pakistan on Friday expressed disappointment over the adoption of a resolution by the European Parliament calling for a review of Pakistan’s eligibility for the General Scheme of Preferences Plus (GSP+) status in wake of an “alarming” increase in the … Read More

Soldiers Sit Tight In Ladakh Amid India’s Covid Crisis, But Construction Activity Continues

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New Delhi: As the second Covid wave ravages the country, the soldiers are sitting tight in Ladakh while monitoring Chinese activity through physical means besides drones and satellite imagery even as various infrastructure development activities are on to cater to … Read More

India Pursued Assertive Foreign Policy In 2020, Says US Defence Intelligence Agency

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India, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, pursued an assertive foreign policy in 2020 aimed at demonstrating the country’s strength and its perception as a net provider of security in the strategically vital Indian Ocean Region, a top American intelligence agency … Read More

Editorial: Tread Cautiously With Pakistan

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Informal talks held away from public glare cannot go beyond basic management of tensions The backchannel talks between India and Pakistan, though not acknowledged publicly, are a welcome development, but one should not expect any dramatic outcomes from such initiatives. … Read More

Sherpa Pursues Alleged Corruption Inquiry Into Indian Rafale Acquisition

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by Pierre Tran Paris – Sherpa, a French non-governmental organization, said it filed April 28 a request for a judicial inquiry into alleged corruption on India’s acquisition of 36 Rafale fighter jets in a deal worth €7.8 billion ($9.4 billion). … Read More

Pakistan Generals Worried That India May Bond With Taliban

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New Delhi: Pakistan is not happy with the Taliban. A report by prominent Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir published in The News, a daily newspaper, says that Pakistani security officials have approached the Afghan Taliban leadership in Doha and made it … Read More

Second Covid Wave Sweeps ISRO’s Rocket Station, 350 New Cases Reported In Sriharikota

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The numbers started swirling from mid-April, which coincided with the Tirupati Lok Sabha constituency byelection CHENNAI: The prestigious Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) in Sriharikota has become the latest casualty of the second Covid wave that has wreaked havoc across … Read More

China’s Demography And Its Implications

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In Sum: much like Japan, the Chinese society and economy is being set-up for a massive, structural transformation by Brig Kuldip Singh (Retd) On April 29, The Financial Times reported that Beijing was dithering on publishing the December 2020 census … Read More

Indian Navy & Air Force Move Critical Supplies Across The Country, As Thailand Also Sends Relief

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Also, on Friday, the IAF used its heavy lift assets to airlift 39 cryogenic oxygen containers from overseas – from Singapore, Thailand and Dubai. And 126 oxygen tankers are positioned at key locations within the country. The Indian Navy has … Read More

Indian Air Force Presses 50 Transport Aircraft And 20 Helicopters In COVID Pandemic Duty

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While the force has augmented Aircrew for all fleets to ensure round-the-clock operations, IAF has taken stringent measures to preserve its combat potential in the face of COVID 19 NEW DELHI: The Indian Air Force (IAF) has ordered round-the-clock readiness … Read More

Jaishankar Speaks To Foreign Ministers of Thailand, Singapore, Norway

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External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Saturday held separate telephonic talks with his counterparts from Thailand, Singapore and Norway on India’s fight against the second wave of COVID-19 that is ravaging several parts of the country. Following his conversation with … Read More

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