What India gains from the Donald Trump-Kim Jong summit

kimtrumpIndia on Tuesday welcomed the historic summit between US Donald Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un. India hoped that any resolution on denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula will address its concerns over Pyongyang’s nuclear proliferation linkages.

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Modi-Widodo: The two men who crushed dynasties in their respective countries

modi-widodoThere are several similarities between Joko Widodo and Narendra Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Jakarta in Indonesia and the meeting with President Widodo.

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Doklam is ours, India should have learnt lessons: China

India should have learnt lessons on Doklam, China has said while claiming that the it has right over the territory.

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The letter ‘N’ ‘my emperor among words banned by Great Firewall of China

A website that tracks Chinese censorship has said that for a brief while over the weekend, The Great Firewall of China had banned the use of the letter N on the social media. This was reported by the China Digital Times.

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How US convinced China to put Pakistan on the terror funding watch list

Khwaja AsifWhen Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khwaja Asif tweeted that his country had been given a three-month reprieve by the Financial Action Task Force, the message was clearly celebratory in nature.

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Xi Jinping set to get limitless tenure as Chinese President

China’s ruling Communist Party on Sunday prepared the ground for President Xi Jinping to stay in power indefinitely after the end of his second term in 2022 as it proposed to remove presidential term limits from the party’s Constitution.

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Maldives: India takes subtle dig at China, hopes for constructive role and not the opposite

India took a subtle dig at China on the Maldives issue and said that it hoped all countries played a constructive role rather than doing the opposite.

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Maldives: Why it is time for India to assert itself

New Delhi: India continues to watch closely the crisis in Maldives. While it issued a statement on Tuesday stating that it is disturbed by the events in Maldives, there are no signals of an interference by India as yet.

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Maldives crisis: Military on standby, but no knee jerk reaction from India

As Maldives plunged into crisis, all eyes would be on the Indian response. While experts are of the opinion that India needs to assert itself in the region, there are various aspects that would be taken into consideration.

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Maldives: Will India act for those stranded in volatile quagmire?

India has been closely watching the developments in Maldives. While India said that it was disturbed by the events in Maldives, sources tell OneIndia that there would however be no knee jerk reaction.

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