Fresh threat to release of Sharukh-Mahira starer “Raees”

Fresh threat to release of Sharukh-Mahira starer “Raees”

New Delhi, January 16 (Indian Express) Shahrukh Khan had struck a deal with the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) that he would not involve his Pakistani co-star Mahira Khan in their film's promotions in exchange for the peaceful release of Raees. However, film exhibitors in central Indian state Chhattisgarh are now receiving threats from Shiv Sena. Raees is slated to release on January 25....

Karan Johar’s memoir portrays Bollywood’s darker side

Karan Johar’s memoir portrays Bollywood’s darker side

Mumbai, January 16 (IANS): The much-anticipated memoir of filmmaker Karan Johar has been creating waves on social media after chapters describing his fallout with actress Kajol were leaked on Twitter — and for candid talk about his sexual orientation. But contrary to the initial reports as well as expectations, An Unsuitable Boy is much more than just the narrative of a fallout....

Will Russia-China-Pakistan Axis Leave India Out of Afghanistan?

Will Russia-China-Pakistan Axis Leave India Out of Afghanistan?

By Harsh V.Pant/The Quint There has been another dramatic twist in the seemingly never-ending Afghanistan saga. Last month, Russia hosted representatives of China and Pakistan to discuss developments in Afghanistan and the three agreed upon “a flexible approach to remove certain figures from sanctions lists as part of efforts to foster a peaceful dialogue between Kabul and...

Why India’s ICBM tests rile China?

Why India’s ICBM tests rile China?

By Brig (Rtd) Arun Sahgal/The Diplomat Two back-to-back Agni IV and V missile tests have rattled China, particularly as they signal the growing prowess of India’s inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM) development program. Reacting to the Indian missile tests, Global Times, an English-language Chinese state-owned publication, gratuitously advised “India to cool its missile fever.” It went on to chastise India for attempting...

Air India to reserve seats for women

Air India to reserve seats for women

New Delhi, January 14 (The Hindu): India’s national carrier Air India will now be reserving six seats in the front rows of domestic flights for women, The Hindu reported. In the past, buses, trains and even auto-rickshaws in India have reserved seats for women, but this is the first time an airline has implemented such a policy. “We will soon reserve...

China reports enhanced Sino-Indian mutual trust since 2015

China reports enhanced Sino-Indian mutual trust since 2015

Colombo, January 14 (The New Indian Express): In its latest report on Asia-Pacific Security Cooperation, China has said that since 2015, Sino-Indian strategic and cooperative partnership for peace and prosperity has been further deepened. “Practical cooperation between the two countries has made solid progress in various areas. The two countries have maintained communication and coordination on international affairs and enhanced...

Strategic impact of Pakistan’s Babur III on India

Strategic impact of Pakistan’s Babur III on India

By Naveed Ahmad/Express Tribune Pakistan’s recent launch of Babur-III missile signifies a massive change in strategic calculus vis-a-vis India. The country’s strategic community has long been hoping that Pakistan completes its nuclear triad sooner, which in simple English means possessing capability to launch nuclear weapons from land, air and sea. The Babur-III test proved that Pakistan not only possess the...

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