Daily Archives: February 28, 2017

Abdul Sattar Edhi: Why Google honours him today

Abdul Sattar Edhi founded the world's largest volunteer ambulance network in Pakistan, the Edhi Foundation. Unlike wealthy individuals that fund charities in their names, Edhi dedicated his life to the...

SAARC conclave on legal issues held

A two-day SAARC Law Conclave session concluded on Sunday evening at the Indian Institute of Legal Studies in Dagapur Siliguri, India. The issues discussed at the session were- improved...

Experts suggest India to reap benefits of the ‘strategic dialogue’

India and China have held first ever ‘strategic dialogue’ in Beijing in last week of February. Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui and Indian Foreign Secretary Subrahmanyam Jaishankar led...

Ko Ni’S Killing: A Political Assasination

Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has broken a month-long silence on the daylight assassination of her advisor, calling his killing a "great loss" for the country's...

Asia Infrastructure needs exceed $1.7 trillion per year

Infrastructure needs in developing Asia and the Pacific will exceed $22.6 trillion through 2030, or $1.5 trillion per year, if the region is to maintain growth momentum, according to...

Russia, Tajikistan agree to bolster guarding of Tajik-Afghan border

Russia and Tajikistan agreed to bolster guarding of the former Soviet republic's border with Afghanistan to prevent a spillover of the conflict there, Reuters quoted Russia's President Vladimir Putin...

Indian Military to Aim Pellet Guns at the Feet of Protesting Kashmiris

India's Central Reserve Police Force, responsible for handling protests in Kashmir, has said that a softer version of weapon would be used against protesters in Indian administered Kashmir. "The pellet...

Senior Taliban commander killed in northern Afghanistan air strike

After having been declared dead several times in the past, a senior Taliban commander has been killed in an air strike in northern Afghanistan, officials of the militant group...

No alternative to unity among parties to end deadlock: Ex-prez Yadav

Former Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav on Monday expressed his worry about the ongoing political deadlock in the country and said the only way to resolve the impasse is...

Myanmar’s Neighbours And The Peace Process

(Exclusive): China, India and Thailand are all carefully watching Myanmar’s stalled peace process. All these neighbours understand that only a truly genuine peace settlement will guarantee reconciliation, stability and...