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MEA’s presence in LAC border parleys is a payback to CCP in good, olden times

BPMs (Border Personnel Meetings) were a regular occurrence between Indian and Chinese military personnel on Line of Actual Control (LAC) before the stand-off started...

RSS should distance itself from the Aamir Khan article in its mouthpiece

I would say the piece in The Organiser on Aamir Khan is a little over the top. To see a method in his movie-making...

Why China is fighting the world? What’s the method behind this madness?

Why is China so reckless, why it doesn’t mind that the world is beginning to array itself against Beijing politically, economically and militarily? It has...

India is now poking China openly; pay close attention to its message

India has been rather loose with its pronouncements on “fishing” in China’s troubled waters and gain by having world shift its manufacturing epicenter to...

NAM adrift as helmsman India has better views on horizon

Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) with 120-member countries is second only to the United Nations (UN) in size yet its’ two-day 18th Summit in Baku, Azerbaijan...

United Nations: Is it still relevant for the future?

(As the United Nations gets ready for its general assembly session this week with world’s leaders  attendance, NewsBred presents with gratitude a piece by...

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

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...

Modi’s foreign trips begin with the smallest Muslim nation

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...

Doklam has put Russia in a quandary

By M.K. Bhadrakumar Through the month-long India-China standoff in Doklam near Sikkim border, Moscow has not spoken. Russian diplomacy is presumably at work. The ground...

Indian media on Isa’s visa from now on

Be ready to see from tomorrow our newspapers painted red with India’s “freedom” brigade outraged at the denial of visa to Dolkun Isa. The first...

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