Daily Archives: April 16, 2018

IRAN BACKS RESTORATION OF PEACE, DEVELOPMENT IN AFGHANISTAN

Head of Iran's High Council of Human Rights Mohammad Javad Larijiani said on Sunday that Iran fully supports restoration of peace and development in Afghanistan, IRNA news agency reported. Larijani...

NO PROGRESS IN REPEALING QUOTA

There have been no further progress on the cancelation of the quota system in public services till Sunday night, after the prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s announcement regarding annulment of...

GUNMAN SHOOTS AT HOUSE OF PAKISTAN SUPREME COURT JUDGE

An unknown gunman shot at a Pakistani Supreme Court judge’s residence, a provincial government spokesman said. Authorities said no one was injured in the shooting outside the residence of Supreme...

BD finds Myanmar’s claim of repatriating a Rohingya family ridiculous

Bangladesh’s Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Sunday (Apr 15) termed ridiculous Myanmar’s claim of repatriating a five-member Rohingya family saying that Bangladesh does not have any information about that...

Pakistan test-fires upgraded Babur cruise missile

Pakistan on Saturday (Apr 14) conducted a successful test of an enhanced range version of the indigenously developed Babur cruise missile , said a statement issued by Inter Services...

India looks to China for speeding-up of Bengaluru-Chennai train corridor

India has sought China's assistance to speed up Bengaluru-Chennai railway corridor besides redevelopment of Agra and Jhansi railway stations, a senior Indian official said Sunday (Apr 15). The proposal was...

Pakistani soldiers killed in fire from Afghanistan

Two Pakistani soldiers were killed in cross-border fire from Afghanistan while working on a fence intended to cover nearly all of the disputed 2,500km border separating the countries, the...

Sri Lanka Army released a biggest chunk of 683 acres to civilian

The Sri Lanka Army released 683 acres of land in the Thelippallai Divisional Secretariat area, to 964 legal owners during a ceremony, held on Friday at Mailiddi in Jaffna...

India, Pakistani Armies to fight side-by-side in Russia

For the first time ever, Indian and Pakistani soldiers will fight together, not against each other. In August, the two Armies will undertake joint mock operations in Russia to...

India, Pakistani Armies to fight side-by-side in Russia

For the first time ever, Indian and Pakistani soldiers will fight together, not against each other. In August, the two Armies will undertake joint mock operations in Russia to...

India’s Mahindra, Israeli Aeronautics team up for Naval UAVs

India’s Mahindra Defence and Aeronautics of Israel signed a Memorandum of Understanding early this week to partner for Naval Shipborne Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). As per the contract, both the...

India’s Mahindra, Israeli Aeronautics team up for Naval UAVs

India’s Mahindra Defence and Aeronautics of Israel signed a Memorandum of Understanding early this week to partner for Naval Shipborne Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). As per the contract, both the...

China is moving into the Indian Ocean

In the past few years, the Maldives has quintessentially exemplified the shortcomings of India’s ‘neighbourhood first’ policy. But there is a larger geopolitical premonition that could be anticipated from...

China is moving into the Indian Ocean

In the past few years, the Maldives has quintessentially exemplified the shortcomings of India’s ‘neighbourhood first’ policy. But there is a larger geopolitical premonition that could be anticipated from...

India may lose aircraft carrier edge over China

China is set to begin preliminary sea trials of its second aircraft carrier within a month or so, even as it steams ahead with plans to also construct mammoth...

India may lose aircraft carrier edge over China

China is set to begin preliminary sea trials of its second aircraft carrier within a month or so, even as it steams ahead with plans to also construct mammoth...

Joining forces can help China, India gain pricing power in global crude oil market

China and India need to enhance strategic communication and mutual trust, and take advantage of a "honeymoon" atmosphere, to move their initial oil alliance forward. On the sidelines of the...

Joining forces can help China, India gain pricing power in global crude oil market

China and India need to enhance strategic communication and mutual trust, and take advantage of a "honeymoon" atmosphere, to move their initial oil alliance forward. On the sidelines of the...

6-day Indian Army conf begins Monday, focus to be China and Pakistan

Top Army commanders will review the regional security architecture and deliberate on key challenges facing the nation, particularly along the borders with China and Pakistan, at a six-day-long conference...

Afghans register to vote in long-delayed elections amid violence

Afghanistan over the weekend began registering voters across the war-torn country as it seeks to ensure that long-delayed legislative elections in October are seen as credible and fraud-free. Over the...