For China, apart from the ideological confusion about the term ‘terror’, the issue is rather complicated due to its policy of ‘mutual respect for each other’s territorial integrity and sovereignty,’ born out of the Panchsheel doctrine. In any case, Beijing needs to do some homework and clarify to the world what it considers as ‘terrorism’.
The nature of the integration of Muslim minority communities in their host societies has emerged as a much debated topic in recent times all over the world including Australia, Europe and North America
Dear Lutyens Media and Congress, what is with your NaMo “wardrobe envy” from the Modi Kurta to that Shawl ?
Indian and Chinese armies today kicked off a 10-day joint anti-terrorism exercise in China’s Yunnan province which officials said will help enhance mutual understanding, communication and cooperation.
The answer to earlier question is, India has no rational reason to accommodate Pakistan, more so given Pakistan’s open support to terrorists that commit acts of violence in India
On Industry 4.0 the German panelists shared their strategies on nurturing an innovative culture that encourages researchers and scholars to invent ideas and realise them as real world products
Responding to Nawaz Sharif’s remarks on Kashmir issue in his address to the UN General Assembly, India today strongly hit back at Pakistan, asserting de-militarising Kashmir is not the answer for achieving peace but “deterrorising” Pakistan is as it uses terror as a “legitimate instrument” of its statecraft.
The rapid increase in activities of the Islamic State in India’s neighbourhood has risen the fear of its impact in the country.
LAC Faceoff – Just a day before the stand-off in Ladakh (which never was, according to the Chinese!), a senior member of the Chinese Central Military Commission (CMC) visited the region.
While the high level diplomatic talks between India and Pakistan were jeopardised by intemperate last minute posturing of Pakistan, it is a great relief that the DG-level talks between BSF and Pakistan rangers slated from September 10th to 12th have begun on a pragmatic note in New Delhi.
Hardline Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani yesterday received a shot in the arm when three prominent separatist leaders, including Shabir Shah, joined the group, batting for a unified platform for carrying forward their struggle for resolution of Kashmir issue.
Sikyong (equivalent to the Prime Minster) Dr. Lobsang Sangay of the Central Tibetan Administration who governs from Dharmasala in Himachal Pradesh talked about ‘Tibet and geopolitics of Asia’ during a discussion hosted by the Takshashila Institution.