What leaders can do to walk the talk at the BRICS summit in Goa

What leaders can do to walk the talk at the BRICS summit in Goa

Prof.B.R.Deepak/South Asia Democratic Forum According to the Minister of External Affairs, Ms. Sushma Swaraj, the BRICS summit in Goa on October 15 and16 will focus on building responsive, inclusive and collective solutions for the group. India’s topmost priority perhaps would be to sell Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ drive to the investors from these countries, especially China that...

With Russia throwing its weight behind India on Uri incident, New Delhi hopes to win over China also

With Russia throwing its weight behind India on Uri incident, New Delhi hopes to win over China also

New Delhi, October 3 (NIA): With Russia finally throwing its lot with India after a brief dalliance with Pakistan, New Delhi hopes to win over China whose recent pro-Pakistan actions and statements are worrying. India’s National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval, met the Chinese Ambassador, Luo Zhaohui, at the South Block here as Russia unequivocally condemned Pakistan’s cross border terrorism. The...

China and India agree to cooperate on counter terrorism and security

China and India agree to cooperate on counter terrorism and security

Beijing, September 29 (NIA): In their first dialogue on counter-terrorism and security in Beijing on Tuesday, India and China agreed to cooperate on counter-terrorism and security ,Global Times of China reported. The two sides exchanged opinions on the international and regional security situation and explained their respective anti-terrorism systems, mechanisms and legislation. They also reached consensus on measures to strengthen...

China’s “technical hold” on UNSC designation of Pakistan-based terrorist Masood Azhar comes to an end in 10 days

China’s “technical hold” on UNSC designation of Pakistan-based terrorist Masood Azhar comes to an end in 10 days

United Nations ,September 28 (NIA): The “technical hold” imposed by China on India's bid to get the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief, Masood Azhar, designated as a terrorist by the United Nations, is going to end in the next 10 days. This means that India's bid to get him banned could stand passed automatically, unless Beijing objects again, which it can. In...

India’s military weakness makes New Delhi tread softly

India’s military weakness makes New Delhi tread softly

New Delhi, September 27 (The Economist): To many Indians, their country’s strategic position looks alarming. Its two biggest neighbours are China and Pakistan. It has fought wars with both, and border issues still fester. Both are nuclear-armed, and are allies with one another to boot. China, a rising superpower with five times India’s GDP, is quietly encroaching on India’s traditional...

China believes that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will help end terrorism in Pakistan

China believes that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will help end terrorism in Pakistan

Beijing, September 25 (NIA): China believes that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), linking Gwadar port in Balochistan and Xingkiang in China will help end Pakistan’s drift towards terrorism and bring peace to the entire South Asian region. Chinese scholar Hu Shisheng told The Hindu that the prime strategic motivation behind the CPEC project is to ensure Pakistan’s economic stability. He...

Journalist ‘suspended for her accessories’ in China

Journalist ‘suspended for her accessories’ in China

China, Sept 23 (BBC) - A TV journalist in China who was photographed wearing sunglasses and holding an umbrella to shelter from the sun has been suspended from her job. The unnamed journalist was photographed while conducting an interview in Xiamen city on efforts to help the city recover from Typhoon Meranti. Her appearance was a stark contrast to the...

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