52 per cent of Sri Lanka are women; yet only 12 out of 225 are in Parliament

Newsbred Staff

27th September 2020
Sri Lanka had caught the eye when it chose the first democratically elected female prime minister of the world---Sirimavo Bandaranaike on July 21, 1960.

Pakistan is given but why everyone in neighbourhood is learning Mandarin?

Sanjay K. Sharma

9th September 2020
The Karakoram International University, in Gilgit, PoK, is conducting classes in Mandarin  which are sponsored by Pakistani military and are mainly attended by the...

Jaishankar confronts Rahul Gandhi within hours of his video-post

Newsbred Staff

17th July 2020
Foreign Minister Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar today took to twitter to reply to Congress Party’s Rahul Gandhi’s three-minute video on India’s foreign...

Iran feels let down by India and rightly so

Ashish Shukla

11th September 2019
Iran has shown its hurt on India which has unilaterally stopped the import of its oil, unwilling to stand in the corner of the adversaries of the United States.

Modi-Imran in SCO: Be ready for some tough pictures

Ashish Shukla

13th June 2019
It would be a hectic two days for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (June 13-14). The flight detour through Oman and Iran too wouldn’t have...

Modi’s foreign trips begin with the smallest Muslim nation

Newsbred Staff

1st June 2019
Prime Minister Narendra Modi undertakes his first visit as Prime Minister in his second term with a trip to Maldives (June 7-8) which is world’s smallest Muslim...

Indo-China Cold War is bad news for BRICS

Ashish Shukla

13th April 2016
The Indo-US agreement on sharing military logistics to counter China’s assertiveness in Indian Ocean could have wider ramifications. 
















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