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    Chinese Army Incursion in Ladakh

Chinese Army Incursion in Ladakh

Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) recently made a two-pronged simultaneous incursion by sending its troops into Indian waters in the Pangong Lake as well as five kms deep into Indian

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    Missing for 70 Years

Missing for 70 Years

Amar Sangno traces a sustained effort by American families to retrieve mortal remains of their beloved who went ‘missing in action’ during the World War II in the jungles of

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    New Border Posts in Arunachal, China Expresses Concern

New Border Posts in Arunachal, China Expresses Concern

China’s military expressed concern over India’s plan to construct 54 new border posts in Arunachal Pradesh, saying India should not complicate the situation and do more to maintain peace as

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    Will Modi Act East?

Will Modi Act East?

Modi’s performance so far has been mixed in the realm of foreign policy. It remains to be seen how he will balance domestic politics with foreign policy issues and deal

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    Central Meeting on New India-Bangla Rail Link Held

Central Meeting on New India-Bangla Rail Link Held

The external affairs ministry has convened a meeting in New Delhi Wednesday to finalise the pending issues relating to proposed Agartala (Tripura)-Akhaura (Bangladesh) new rail link project, official said Monday.

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    China to Expand People’s Right to Sue Govt

China to Expand People’s Right to Sue Govt

China’s top legislature aims to expand the people’s right to sue the government if authorities fail to fulfil contracts signed over land issues. According to a draft amendment to the

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Taliban Suicide Attacks at Afghan National Army Buses in Kabul Killed 7 Troops

  Taliban Suicide Attacks at Afghan National Army Buses in Kabul Killed 7 Troops

Just a couple of days after the new government was sworn-in, two Taliban suicide bombers on Wednesday morning detonated themselves

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No Northeastern To Serve Chinese President

  No Northeastern To Serve Chinese President

The Gujarat police didn’t want any untoward incident to mar the Chinese president’s visit to Ahmedabad. Keeping the objective in

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Oscar Pistorius found guilty of culpable homicide

  Oscar Pistorius found guilty of culpable homicide

Celebrity athlete Oscar Pistorius was found guilty on Friday of culpable homicide in shooting dead his glamorous girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp,

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Modi desires to tie with Malayasia

  Modi desires to  tie  with Malayasia

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday expressed his desire for enhancing India’s trade, investment, tourism, educational and cultural ties with Malaysia.

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Career with Freelance Writing

  Career with Freelance Writing

Freelancing, in plain and simple terms, means –“work whenever you want and however you want!” Freelancing is a platform where

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Meghalaya Worried For Al-Qaeda Threat

  Meghalaya Worried For Al-Qaeda Threat

The Meghalaya government yesterday said it has taken “seriously” the announcement by al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri on the creation of

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Over 1,000 Indians being tracked for Ebola

  Over 1,000 Indians being tracked for Ebola

A total of 1,011 Indians, who have returned from Ebola-affected areas, are being tracked for the virus, the heath ministry

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Alerts On NE States After al Qaeda Announces Separate Wing

  Alerts On NE States After al Qaeda Announces Separate Wing

The ominous threat from Qaeda to open branches in neighbouring Bangladesh and Myanmar sends warning signal to North East India

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International Film Festival In Tripura

  International Film Festival In Tripura

A three-day international film festival, where 30 award-winning films from seven countries will be screened, began in Agartala yesterday. The

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Al Qaeda Portraying Narendra Modi As Enemy of Islam

  Al Qaeda Portraying Narendra Modi As Enemy of Islam

Al Qaeda, which has announced the creation of a separate wing for India, wants to portray Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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Indo-Japan Ties Scale New Height

  Indo-Japan Ties Scale New Height

Asia’s second and third largest economies Japan and India, signed five major agreements during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to

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