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Relationship with <strong>India</strong>, Pakistan not a 'zero-sum game': Pentagon

Relationship with India, Pakistan not a 'zero-sum game': Pentagon

17 May 2016

Washington: The United States views its relationships with India and Pakistan individually and not as a "zero-sum game", the Pentagon has said.

India America Relations,   US Pakistan Relation,   India Pakistan Relation,   Latest World News ,  
Nepal Army seeks two choppers from <strong>India</strong> at subsidised price

Nepal Army seeks two choppers from India at subsidised price

09 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal has sought to acquire two advanced light helicopters (ALHs) from India on subsidized price and New Delhi has taken the request positively, Foreign Ministry sources here said on Tuesday.

Nepal Army,   advanced light helicopters,   Foreign Ministry,   HAL-made Dhruv choppers,   Bilateral Consultative Group,  
China accuses US of ignoring facts over India's NSG bid

China accuses US of ignoring facts over India's NSG bid

30 Jun 2016

Beijing: China today accused the US of ignoring facts over India not getting entry into the NSG and claimed that the plenary meeting of the elite grouping in Seoul did not discuss the accession of any specific country.

China Over India NSG Bid,   Nuclear Suppliers Group,   United States Over India NSG Bid,   Seoul Plenary Meet,   NSG Membership,   India NSG Membership,   Latest World News ,  
Teen arrested over clock to move to Qatar for studies

Teen arrested over clock to move to Qatar for studies

21 Oct 2015

Houston: A Muslim teenager arrested in the US for bringing to school a homemade clock that was mistaken for a bomb is moving to Qatar for studies, his family has said, a day after he met President Barack Obama.

Ahmed Mohamed,   Teen arrested in US,   Teen made Homemade Clock,   Latest World News,  
Syrian rebels say they receive more weapons for Aleppo battle

Syrian rebels say they receive more weapons for Aleppo battle

20 Oct 2015

Beirut/Amman: Rebels battling the Syrian army and its allies near Aleppo said yesterday they had received new supplies of US-made anti-tank missiles from states opposed to President Bashar al-Assad since the start of a major government offensive last week.

Syrian rebels,   Russia Syria crises,   Syria Russia relationship,   US made anti tank missiles,   Latest World News ,  
<strong>India</strong> to file appeal in Lanka Supreme Court to bring back fishermen

India to file appeal in Lanka Supreme Court to bring back fishermen

11 Nov 2014

Nay Pyi Taw: India on Tuesday said it will file an appeal in the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka to bring back the five Indian fishermen on death row in the country for alleged drug smuggling.

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Pentagon concerned about Iran's missile systems <strong>sale</strong>

Pentagon concerned about Iran's missile systems sale

27 Aug 2015

Washington: The Pentagon said it is concerned about the arms deal between Iran and Russia for missile systems. "On the S-300, we have long expressed our concerns of reports on this possible sale of this missile system to the Iranians," said Pentagon Spokesman Peter Cook on Tuesday.

Pentagon,   Iran missile systems,   Cold War,   Tehran,   Russia,   latest world news,  
PM Narendra Modi offers India's experiences, expertise to Kenya

PM Narendra Modi offers India's experiences, expertise to Kenya

11 Jul 2016

Nairobi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today offered India's experiences and expertise to Kenya to help it fulfill its developmental priorities, in the sectors it chooses and the speed it prefers.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Kenya,   India,   Kenyan President,   Uhuru Kenyatta,   PM Modi in Kenya,   World news,  
<strong>India</strong> committed to Nepal's development, no aid cut: MEA

India committed to Nepal's development, no aid cut: MEA

12 May 2016

New Delhi: Notwithstanding the current chill in bilateral ties, India today said it was fully committed to Nepal’s socio-economic development and there was no reduction in aid extended by it to the Himalayan nation.

India,   Nepal,   MEA,   Sushma Swaraj,   Vikas Swarup,   Indo Nepal relation,   Aid to Nepal,   Political news,   World news,  
<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,  

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