India-UAE announce strengthening of strategic ties

India-UAE announce strengthening of strategic ties

Abu Dhabi: Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar reached Seychelles, after finishing his visits to Bahrain and United Arab Emirates (UAE). Before this, during his UAE visit, Foreign Minister Jaishankar announced the decision to make the strategic ties between India and UAE more comprehensive, learning a lesson from the Coronavirus pandemic. While the India-UAE strategic relations […]

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President Trump’s decision to withdraw military from Afghanistan is correct: US State Secretary Mike Pompeo

President Trump’s decision to withdraw military from Afghanistan is correct: US State Secretary Mike Pompeo

Washington: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo justified President Trump’s decision for US military withdrawal from Afghanistan, saying, ‘Terrorism does not originate only from Afghanistan. Therefore, don’t feel secured, just because of the US military presence in Afghanistan. The decision taken by President Trump to withdraw the military from Afghanistan is a correct one.’ Meanwhile, […]

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US announces bounty of $5 million on the head of Sajid Mir- one of the masterminds of 26/11

US announces bounty of $5 million on the head of Sajid Mir- one of the masterminds of 26/11

Washington: The United States announced an award of $5 million on the head of Sajid Mir, one of the masterminds of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. He was also responsible for the terror attacks in the United States, France, the United Kingdom, Denmark and Australia. This award will be given to anyone, who gives information that […]

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Indian Foreign Secretary on Nepal visit

Indian Foreign Secretary on Nepal visit

Kathmandu: Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla is on a visit to Nepal, and he met Bharat Raj Paudyal, the Foreign Secretary of Nepal. Both the diplomats concurred on strengthening bilateral cooperation. Since the last few months, relations between India and Nepal have been strained. The decisions of the Nepalese Prime Minister, in favour of […]

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Bragging China cannot impose conditions on others, lambasts Australian Foreign Secretary

Bragging China cannot impose conditions on others, lambasts Australian Foreign Secretary

Canberra/Beijing: Australian Foreign Secretary, Frances Adamson, lambasted China in stern words, ‘The Chinese might has increased on the international level over the last few years. Therefore, China has started feeling that it can impose conditions and rules on other countries. This clearly indicates that China has misconstrued its might. China has still a fair distance […]

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Israel military sternly warns Syria not to cooperate with Hezbollah and Iran

Israel military sternly warns Syria not to cooperate with Hezbollah and Iran

Jerusalem: The Israeli military warned Syria to withdraw from the cooperation with Iran and Hezbollah, who are trying to launch attacks on Israel, planting explosives near the Israel border. Syrian media claimed that the Israel military issued this warning through the handbills dropped in the Golan region in Syria. They said that these handbills were […]

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Nivar cyclone causes devastation in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Puducherry

Nivar cyclone causes devastation in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Puducherry

Chennai: The Nivar cyclone, which hit the southern coastline, has caused devastation in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Puducherry. The damages have not been assessed till now. Three people in Tamil Nadu and one in Andhra Pradesh have died in the calamity. Fortunately, a huge number of residents from the coastal areas had been moved […]

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Taiwan starts indigenous submarine development amid tension with China

Taiwan starts indigenous submarine development amid tension with China

Taipei/Beijing: Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen underlined the importance of the indigenous development of submarines saying, ‘Taiwan has immense will power for defending its sovereignty. Building indigenous submarines is an important part of this. This factor becomes vital for increasing the war capabilities of the Taiwanese Navy. Submarines will be successful in stopping the enemy warships […]

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India announces ban on 43 Chinese apps

India announces ban on 43 Chinese apps

New Delhi/Beijing: While reports are surfacing that a large number of cyberattacks are being launched into India from China, India has announced a ban on 43 more Chinese apps. These include shopping, video and even dating apps. The security agencies had informed that China and Pakistan are using the dating apps and websites for espionage […]

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