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<strong>India</strong>, Bangladesh hold border talks in Dhaka

India, Bangladesh hold border talks in Dhaka

12 May 2016

Dhaka: India and Bangladesh today began a five-day dialogue here between border guarding forces over a host of security issues, including drug trafficking and cattle smuggling across the over 4,000-km frontier the two neighbours share.

India,   Bangladesh,   Dhaka,   Boundary issue,   PM Narendra Modi,   Border Security Force,   K K Sharma,   Union Home Ministry,   Political news,   World news,  
US lashes out at Pakistan on religious freedom in <strong>country</strong>

US lashes out at Pakistan on religious freedom in country

15 Oct 2015

Washington: US today lashed out at the Pakistan government for its failure to prosecute those responsible for religious freedom abuses, saying such environment encourages intolerance and acts of violence.

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China wants to extend its Nepal rail link to <strong>India</strong>; say report

China wants to extend its Nepal rail link to India; say report

24 May 2016

Beijing: Having already expanded its influence in Nepal with road and rail network through Tibet, China is now looking to stretch its railway link to Bihar to improve connectivity with India and South Asia, state-run Chinese media reported today.

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US Senators oppose use of taxpayers' money for Pak military aid

US Senators oppose use of taxpayers' money for Pak military aid

11 Mar 2016

Washington: US Senators have strongly opposed the use of taxpayers' money for military aid to Pakistan in USD 700 million sale of eight F-16 fighter jets to the country as they questioned Islamabad's commitment to fight terrorist organisations.

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PM Modi changed India's 'attitude' towards MSR: Chinese daily

PM Modi changed India's 'attitude' towards MSR: Chinese daily

04 Jul 2016

Beijing: A Chinese daily today claimed that former prime minister Manmohan Singh had "expressed support" for China's ambitious Maritime Silk Road plan but his successor Narendra Modi "changed" India's "attitude" towards the initiative by using delaying tactics.

Maritime Silk Road Plan,   India Maritime Silk Road,   China Maritime Silk Road Plan,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Maritime Silk Road Project,   Latest World News ,  
Mother Teresa to be <strong>made</strong> Catholic saint in September 2016: Reports

Mother Teresa to be made Catholic saint in September 2016: Reports

18 Dec 2015

Vatican City: Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the Nobel laureate who dedicated her life to helping the poorest of the poor, will be made a saint of the Roman Catholic Church in September 2016, an Italian Catholic newspaper reported yesterday.

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US asks NSG members to support India's bid

US asks NSG members to support India's bid

21 Jun 2016

Washington: Amid China's opposition, the US has given a fresh push to India's NSG membership bid by asking members of the elite club to support India's entry into the grouping during the ongoing plenary meeting in Seoul.

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<strong>India</strong> may fail to defend itself from Pakistani missiles: Expert

India may fail to defend itself from Pakistani missiles: Expert

19 May 2016

Islamabad: India may not be able to fully defend itself from a possible Pakistani nuclear strike in a conflict despite the country's heavy investments in developing anti-ballistic missile systems, a Russian nuclear expert has cautioned.

Pakistan Nuclear Strike,   Pakistan Anti Ballistic Missile,   Indian Army,   Russian Nuclear Expert,   Petr Topychkanov,   Latest World News ,  
'India's NSG bid to be discussed at a special meeting'

'India's NSG bid to be discussed at a special meeting'

23 Jun 2016

Seoul: India's bid for NSG membership will come up tonight at a special post-dinner meeting of the 48-nation grouping's plenary, whose two-day deliberations began here today.

India,   NSG membership,   NSG,   Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar,   China,   President Xi Jingping,   Japan,   World news,  
UN will always support direct talks between <strong>India</strong> and Pakistan, says Ban Ki-moon

UN will always support direct talks between India and Pakistan, says Ban Ki-moon

02 Jun 2016

United Nations: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has "always been supportive" of any direct dialogue between India and Pakistan, according to his spokesperson.

Ban Ki-moon,   UN,   General Secretary,   India,   Pakistan,   Nawaz Sharif,   PM Narendra Modi,   Indo Pak talk,   World news,  

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