Daily Archives: April 11, 2017

Ex Pakistani Army officer “Kidnapped” in Nepal !

Former officer of Pakistan Army Lieutenant Colonel Mohammad Habib has gone missing from Nepal’s Lumbini area. According to details, the former Army officer went missing on April 6, 2017...

PM Hasina rejects Mamata’s alternative Teesta plan

The much-awaited Teesta river water sharing agreement remained in limbo even as Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina wrapped up her India visit on Monday with hopes of signing the...

Rohingya killings expose fraud of Burmese ‘Democracy’

The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva last month adopted a resolution setting up an investigation into serious crimes committed by the Burmese (Myanmar) security forces and nationalist...

Prime Minister off to ‘Land of the Rising Sun’

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe leaves for Japan today to enhance relations between the two countries. Premier Wickremesinghe and his entourage is the first high profile delegation to visit Japan...

Sad that Sindh is not a part of India: LK Advani

Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader, LK Advani on Monday expressed his sadness that Sindh was not a part of India. The 89-year-old leader, also a former Indian deputy prime...

Top Indian Court Rejects Petition to Declare Indus Water Treaty Illegal

The Indian Supreme Court dismissed a public interest litigation that sought the declaration of the 1960 Indus Water Treaty between India and Pakistan as illegal and unconstitutional, pointing out...

India, Australia Vow to Jointly Fight Terror, Cooperate in Aviation Security

India and Australia signed six agreements including strengthening counter-terrorism cooperation after talks between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who is on a four-day...

China says oil pipeline deal finally reached with Myanmar

China and Myanmar have reached an agreement on an oil pipeline between the neighbouring countries after almost a decade of talks, with the project due to start "very quickly",...

MYANMAR INCREASINGLY PIVOTS TO BEIJING

President Htin Kyaw’s official six-day visit to China – just concluded -- is highly significant. For it reflects Myanmar’s increasing tilt towards Beijing, in the wake of increasingly difficult...