Rules-based system necessary in the Indo-Pacific, Indian Defence Minister slams China

Rules-based system necessary in the Indo-Pacific, Indian Defence Minister slams China

New Delhi – The Indian Defence Minister expected that a system based on international rules be maintained in the Indo-Pacific sector. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh was speaking at the virtual conference with the Defence Ministers of the ASEAN countries. The unrestrained Chinese activities in the Indo-Pacific are considered the biggest threat in the region. In […]

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20 killed in action taken by the Junta regime in Myanmar

20 killed in action taken by the Junta regime in Myanmar

Naypyidaw – 20 people were killed, and many were injured in action taken by the military on villagers protesting against the Junta regime in Myanmar. Sources informed that nearly ten soldiers were killed in the encounter between the army and the local armed groups in the Mindat region in the Chin province before this. The […]

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Some 2.5 lakh displaced due to military crackdown; EU & US impose new sanctions

Some 2.5 lakh displaced due to military crackdown; EU & US impose new sanctions

Brussels/Washington/Yangon: Nearly 250,000 people have been displaced because of the actions of the Myanmar military since the 1st of February. UN special envoy criticised that the military has also taken 3,261 political prisoners. Meanwhile, the photographs of six protestors arrested by the military have been published. The photographs clearly show the signs of torture suffered […]

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Civil war may flare up in Myanmar after rebels threaten; rebels support pro-democracy agitation

Civil war may flare up in Myanmar after rebels threaten; rebels support pro-democracy agitation

Naypyidaw: – While the Myanmar military is openly massacring the pro-democracy agitation, the rebels in the country have threatened a new conflict against the military. Four major rebel organisations have threatened that if the military does not stop the massacring of innocent people, the organisations will participate with the protestors and retaliate against the military. […]

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India to assist Vietnam to modernise its defence forces

India to assist Vietnam to modernise its defence forces

New Delhi: – India assured Vietnam of complete cooperation for the modernisation of its defence forces. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh held discussions with Vietnamese Defence Minister Ngô Xuân Lịch via videoconferencing. At this time, stress was given on strengthening defence ties between India and Vietnam.    This is the third such meeting held between the defence, commerce and […]

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India criticises China during East Asia Summit

India criticises China during East Asia Summit

New Delhi: – India fired a salvo of criticism at China saying that the actions and developments in the South China Sea break the trustworthiness in the region. Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar also accused China, during the East Asia Summit, of pressurising the south-east Asian countries, to accept the conditions, using ‘Code of Conduct’. […]

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India, ASEAN approve ‘Plan of Action’ to enhance defense cooperation for next five years

India, ASEAN approve ‘Plan of Action’ to enhance defense cooperation for next five years

Hanoi/New Delhi: – India and ASEAN approved a ‘Plan of Action’ to increase defence cooperation to counter the challenges faced in the marine security, terrorism and cybersecurity sectors. The indications of increasing defence cooperation with India at a time when the tension between the ASEAN countries and China is intensifying become significant. Only a few […]

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