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Oli’s fall is good news for India, Prachanda likely to be next PM

By Indrani Bagchi NEW DELHI: As Nepal moved on Sunday to finally dislodge prime minister KP Oli+, it was a positive development so far as India is concerned. Faced with a no-confidence motion, Oli resigned on Sunday, paving the way for a Prachanda-led Maoist-Nepali Congress government in Kathmandu. While the …

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South China Sea or South China See?

By Zhou Lei   The recent South China Sea arbitration case has stirred China’s academic and media world into a discursive cauldron, within one week, thousands of articles from various knowledge backgrounds and disciplines dominated the news headline when China retired high-ranking official Dai Bingguo dismissed the arbitration decision as …

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Kashmir burns again

By Iqbl The nation prepares for Black Day to demonstrate its solidarity with the suffering Kashmiris in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). The cause of the Kashmiri people enjoys national support undercutting all sorts of divides. Horrendous episode of martyrdom of innocent Kashmiri brethren at the hands of Indian security forces …

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Another Kashmiri leader martyred

By Shoukat Protests erupted after Indian security forces martyred 22-year-yound Kashmir leader Burhan Wani on July 8, 2016. A new wave of Indian brutalities has set in with the martyr of an eminent leader. Despite a curfew in the Indian-held Kashmir and brutal tactics of Indian police and other security …

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India’s intolerance on minorities and anti-Pakistan moves

India which apparently, claims to be the largest democracy, acting upon the principles of liberalism and secularism has broken all the records of violence, genocide and massacre perpetrated on various ethnic and religious groups, entailing the community of its own lower castes. Taking note of the growing intolerance and plight …

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Belt, Road a boon to Central, Eastern Europe

BY ZHAO MINGHAO Chinese President Xi Jinping is currently on an official tour to Serbia and Poland. He visited the Czech Republic in March. China has been embarking on a connectivity-oriented foreign policy. Central and Eastern European countries have played an increasingly vital role in China’s diplomacy and they are …

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Beyond Torkham border gate

In his policy statement, Sartaj Aziz, the Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs said in Parliament that, Pakistan has informed the Afghan Government about the construction of border gate at Torkham. He further explained that, “When Afghan authorities expressed their reservations; we took them into confidence and told …

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India tightens visa rules for Afghans

By Sajad India which has invested billions of dollars in Afghanistan, signed a wide-ranging strategic agreement with that country on October 5, 2011 also includes to help train Afghan security forces, while assisting Kabul in diversified projects has been playing double game with the war-torn country. Overtly, New Delhi has …

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Development path will lead Tibet to brighter future

By Yu Ning Tibet marks the 65th anniversary of the peaceful liberation of Tibet. The past 65 years have seen unremitting efforts by the Chinese government to render Tibet prosperous with ethnic unity and democracy. The period also has been fraught with ceaseless sabotage by Tibetan separatist forces, with Western …

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Let’s admit we are challenged in one eye

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By P Chidambaram This government is a bundle of nerves. It sees ghosts where none exists. It sees enemies even among friendly and neutral commentators. And it has men and women who are ready to shoot to kill even without orders (under a political version of AFSPA — Angry Friends Special …

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