The first diesel-electric locomotive built by US conglomerate General Electric as part of a USD 2.5 billion deal to supply 1,000 such engines to the Indian Railways has arrived in India.
Amit Shah and his entourage of BJP netas who descended on Communist-ruled Kerala to “save the people” with a “janaraksha yatra” became the latest target of the by-now famous Malayalee memes and trolls on social media.
Opposed to any third-party involvement in resolving Sino-India border disputes: China
“We are trying to seek a solution through negotiations that is acceptable to both sides. Under such circumstances, parties should respect such aspects and any third party should not be involved in efforts to resolve disputes,” Hua Chunying said.
Rohingya crisis: India backs Bangladesh’s stance, Sushma Swaraj reportedly tells Sheikh Hasina
Rohingya crisis: The latest flare-up of violence has prompted over 300,000 Rohingya to flee to Bangladesh, which already accommodates as many refugees living in the country.
Who will be the new LeT commander? A Kashmiri face likely this time
As security forces knock off militant leaders one by one from their hit list, intelligence agencies believe that militant outfit Lashkar-e -Toiba may appoint a local Kahsmir to head its operations in the valley.
China on Friday warned third parties against meddling in its boundary dispute with India, specifically mentioning the Arunachal Pradesh sector in an apparent response to Indo-Japanese plans to invest in infrastructure projects in the northeastern states.
The Chinese Army moved tens of thousands of tonnes of military vehicles and hardware into the remote mountainous Tibet region after the standoff with Indian troops in the Dokalam area in the Sikkim sector, the mouthpiece of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) said on Wednesday.
large portion of Chinese defence spending remains undisclosed, says Lt. Gen. Sarath Chand
As the India-China military standoff continues at Doka La, the Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt. Gen. Sarath Chand on Tuesday said that China would continue to remain a threat for the country in future.
Traders incur around ₹50 crore loss as LoC trade remains suspended for 8th week
Five Cs form the basis for the resolution of problems of Kashmir — compassion, communication, coexistence, confidence-building and consistency.”
Union Home Minister Raknath Singh on Monday said “the permanent solution of the Kashmir issue is based on 5 Cs”, while assuring not to go against the sentiment of people on Article 35A, which grants special rights of locals on property and jobs.