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Why China is Caught in India-Pakistan Crossfire

In India’s new strategic calculus, fanning a smouldering Baluch resistance is tit-for-tat for Pakistan’s support of separatists in India-administered Kashmir.

Sep

24

2016

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Saudi Seeking Deeper Ties With India

Saudi is also close ally of Pakistan and it remains to be seen how the Kingdoms deepening ties with India will affect the historical ties between the two countries.

Sep

23

2016

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Navtej Sarna Appointed New Indian Ambassador to US

India's High Commissioner to Britain Navtej Sarna was today appointed as the next Ambassador to the US as that country prepares for a presidential transition.

Sep

22

2016

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India Rips Pak Apart at UN, Calls it Terror Ground Zero

India today called Pakistan a "terrorist state" and accused it of carrying out "war crimes" against Indians through its "long-standing policy" of sponsoring terrorism.

Sep

22

2016

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Shades of Colonial India in UK Plan to Tighten Ivory Ban

Britain is taking forward plans to tighten its ban on trade in ivory after campaigns by Prince Charles and Prince William brought the issue into the spotlight in recent year.

Sep

22

2016

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Business Chiefs, Lawmakers Back Cheaper UK Visa For Indians

Over 50 leaders from the world of business and politics in Britain and India have backed a campaign for the UK to extend its new 87-pound two-year visitor visa to Indian nationals.

Sep

22

2016

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Act to Designate Pakistan State Sponsor of Terrorism Introdeced

Pakistan has been pursuing for almost 30 years the state sponsored terrorism as its strategic policy to further its sinister designs across its borders."

Sep

21

2016

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Ghanaians Want Statue of Mahatma Gandhi Pulled Down

The opposition centres around their belief that Gandhi was "inherently racist" for his depiction of native black Africans as "kaffir".

Sep

21

2016

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British Indian Minister Takes Charge of Conservative Party Group

Indian-origin British MP Shailesh Vara has been appointed co-chairman of the Conservative Friends of India group that aims to build better links betwethe diaspora and the party.

Sep

21

2016

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US, UK Snub Sharif’s Attempts to Raise Kashmir Issue at UNGA

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif raised the situation in Kashmir in his first meetings upon his arrival in New York on Monday for the annual UN general assembly Monday, but found no traction, particularly with neither the US nor the UK endorsing his views.

Sep

20

2016

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Indian-Americans Urge US To Designate Pak A Terror Sponsor State

The Indian-American community has asked the US government to designate Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism and impose sanctions on it following the terror attack in Uri that killed 18 soldiers.

Sep

20

2016

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Modi’s Honeymoon With India Continues Uninterrupted

Pew Research Center’s survey shows 81% of the respondents view Prime Minister Narendra Modi favourably, 8/10 are satisfied with the state of the Indian economy.

Sep

20

2016

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Sushma Swaraj To Extend Stranded UK Couple's Indian Visa

The couple faced hassles in taking their surrogate daughter Lily to the UK as her British passport was not yet ready.

Sep

19

2016

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No Plan Yet to Shelter Brahamdagh: India

India has denied reports about giving asylum to the exiled and wanted Baloch activist Brahamdagh Bugti.

Sep

19

2016

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Committed to Strong Partnership With India on Terrorism: US

The United States strongly condemns the terrorist attack on an Indian Army base in Kashmir during the early morning of September 18,

Sep

19

2016

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Uri Attack Will Weaken Pakistan's Narrative Against India

The Uri attack comes days before Pakistan prime minister is due to unleash verbal fire and brimstone against India at the UNGA

Sep

18

2016

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Indian American Political Tango

Trust Indians to add a touch of exaggerated theatrics to the U.S. presidential elections.

Sep

18

2016

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Congressional Moonshot

2016 is distinctive in the number of Indian Americans who have a serious shot at entering the U.S. Congress.

Sep

17

2016

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India Hopes to Draw Old Pal Russia Out of Pak Dragnet

India has sensitised Russia about its concerns over its proposed military (four helicopters) sales as well as joint drills with Pakistan Army.

Sep

17

2016

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India Loses WTO Appeal in U.S. Solar Dispute

India lost its appeal at the World Trade Organization in a dispute over solar power failing to overturn a U.S. complaint that New Delhi had discriminated against importers in the Indian solar power sector.

Sep

17

2016

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India Trilateral Forum

The 11th India Trilateral Forum, a meeting series between India, Europe and the U.S., reflects a more confident India.

Sep

17

2016

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India’s Investment in Africa

Economic relations between India and the African continent have increased tremendously since the turn of the century.

Sep

17

2016

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What is BRICS Member India Really up to

it’s not to India’s interests to actively join any US policy of China containment or encirclement, be it “pivot” or “rebalance”.

Sep

15

2016

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India Pledges $1 Billion in Aid To Afghanistan

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has pledged $1 billion in economic aid to Afghanistan after holding talks with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in New Delhi.

Sep

15

2016

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Sarna Set to be Next US Envoy

Top sources confirmed to The Tribune that Navtej Sarna would go to the United States as the next Indian ambassador there.

Sep

15

2016

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BRICS Meet in New Delhi to Focus on Security Issues

China has signalled that it wants the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa (BRICS) grouping to acquire a larger security dimension.

Sep

15

2016

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India, Afghanistan Call For End to all Support of Militants

India and Afghanistan called for an end to all sponsorship, support and sanctuaries to militants, including those who have committed violence in the two countries.

Sep

14

2016

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India to Lead World in Key Categories

US Ambassador to India Richard R Verma on Tuesday said that by 2030, India will lead the world in key categories, including by becoming the third largest economy.

Sep

14

2016

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Modi Turns to South Africa For Arms, Artillery And More

The South African outreach, which has defence ministry officials stressing how blacklisting will happen only in rare cases, comes in the run-up to the signing of the US defence pact.

Sep

13

2016

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India Moves to Bring Back Illegal Migrants From Europe

Prodded by the European Union (EU), India has made the first move to put in place a legal framework to bring back its citizens, who illegally migrated to the western countries.

Sep

13

2016

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India, South Africa in ICT Cooperation Pact

The MoU will help to establish inter-institutional cooperation and relations between the two parties in order to promote cooperation in the field of ICT," an official release said here.

Sep

12

2016

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India Takes U.S. Renewable Energy Dispute to The WTO

India has complained to the World Trade Organization about support given to the renewable energy industry in eight U.S. states

Sep

13

2016

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Brexit Won't Damage Trade Ties Between Natural Allies UK And India

The UK and India are natural allies with a healthy strategic relationship that will not be dented by the recent British vote to exit the European Union

Sep

12

2016

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VVIP Connection With PM Modi is Changing Varanasi

Thanks to its VVIP nature, the constituency has succeeded in wooing Central ministry projects of varied size and scale

Sep

12

2016

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East Europe is on India's Radar

India plans to send senior ministers to 68 countries by the end of 2016 as a part of the Narendra Modi government’s massive outreach programme to boost bilateral ties and explore new areas of co-operation.

Sep

12

2016

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Government Bridging Gap With West Asia

If the Gulf region is important for India's energy security, India has told these countries it is open to being an indispensable partner for their food security.

Sep

11

2016

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We Continue to Believe India is Ready For NSG:

The US has said it will continue to work "constructively" with New Delhi and other countries for India's entry into NSG, a senior US official has said.

Sep

10

2016

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India Comedian's Angry Tweet to Modi Goes Viral

Kapil Sharma said he was asked to pay a bribe of $7,492; £5,632 to build his Mumbai office, despite paying huge taxes.

Sep

10

2016

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US Strongly Supports India's NSG Bid

The US has been playing a lead role in supporting India's bid+ in the 48-member elite group.

Sep

10

2016

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India Reaffirms UN Peacekeeping Commitment at UK Summit

More than 230,000 Indian troops have participated in 50 of the 71 UN peacekeeping operations mandated by the UN Security Council so far.

Sep

08

2016

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Donald Trump's Remarks Unnerve Indian-Americans

The Indian-American community in the United States is greatly concerned by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's remark against Mexicans and Muslims and that Indians were taking away jobs from the country.

Sep

08

2016

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India Among Priority Nations in UK's Post-Brexit Trade Agenda

Britain's PM told the House of Commons that India was among the countries that had expressed an interest in trade deals with the UK.

Sep

08

2016

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The Myth of Strong British Rule in India

The British never intended to rule India.Their conquest was not driven by a strategy to spread their power, either in their own interests or that of the people they ruled.

Sep

08

2016

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Narendra Modi Flags UK Visa Policy

Prime minister Narendra Modi in a meeting with his British counterpart Theresa May on Monday raised the issue of UK's new visa policy and its negative impact on Indian working professionals wishing to visit the United Kingdom for short-term business.

Sep

06

2016

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UK's Visa Policy May Negatively Impact Indians

Britain's new visa policy could have a "negative impact" on Indian working professionals' short term business visits to the UK, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday told his British counterpart Theresa May

Sep

05

2016

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Pentagon Backs Proposal to Five US Fighter Jets Make in India Tag

The Pentagon has backed proposals from US aviation giants Boeing and Lockheed Martin to manufacture top-line fighter aircraft as part of the ‘Make in India’ initiative.

Sep

05

2016

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Trade is The Biggest Weakness in India-US Ties

If India wants to have a vibrant nuclear industry and a vibrant nuclear energy sector, the government will have to amend the current liability law not as a favour to the United States but in order to protect its own domestic nuclear industry and suppliers.

Sep

05

2016

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Need India in NSG to Promote Non-proliferation

Japan has reiterated support for India's NSG bid saying its presence in the group will help promote non-proliferation,

Sep

05

2016

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Indian-Origin UK Lawmaker Keith Vaz Steps Down Over Sex Scandal

Keith Vaz, Britain's longest serving Indian-origin lawmaker, was today embroiled in a sex scandal after a newspaper claimed he had paid for male sex workers.

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