In the Chinese block on Masood Azhar, there is more than what meets the eye

New Delhi, Mar 14: For the fourth time, China has stood in the way of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Masood Azhar being declared a global terrorist by the UN Security council.

Azhar is accused of several deadly terror attacks that include the ones at Parliament, Pathankot, Uri, Nagrota and Pulwama.

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With hours to go before Masood Azhar’s listing, China keeps all guessing

New Delhi, Mar 12: New Delhi has reached out to key players ahead of listing of Masood Azhar by the United Nations Security Council.

India reached out to Saudi Arabia, the US, UAE and Turkey to gain support to list the Jaish-e-Mohammad chief as a global terrorist. Foreign secretary, Vijay Gokhale met with US secretary of state Mike Pompeo in Washington and discussed the issue.

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Back off from the Uighurs, we will support you: The China-Azhar bonhomie explained

New Delhi, Feb 20: Around a decade back, China has demanded from Pakistan the return of a top terrorist of the Islamist Uyghur East Turkestan Islamic Movement. It was learnt that this terrorist traced to Pakistan was involved in the Xinjiang bombing.

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Pulwama attack: Time to break the block and have China’s bouncer, Maulana Azhar banned

Srinagar, Feb 15: India has on several occasions been blocked by India, while seeking a ban on Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar. Attempts were made after the attack at Pathankot, Uri and Nagrota.

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India relieved as China’s foray into North Sri Lanka is stalled

New Delhi, Oct 21: In what could be considered as a major victory for India, Sri Lanka has stalled a bid by China to enhance its presence in the Northern Province. Several projects funded by India are being undertaken in this province.

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How S-400 Triumph will help India repulse air attacks by China, Pakistan

s-400New Delhi, Oct 6: It was a major step step forward in terms of military capabilities for India after it inked the S-400 Triumf air defence system deal with Russia.

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How Pakistan fell into China’s debt trap

silk routeNew Delhi, Oct 3: On Monday, Pakistan’s Railways Minister, Sheikh Rasheed said that the country had cut the size of the biggest Chinese Silk Road project by 2 billion US dollars. He cited the country’s debt levels while making this statement. “Pakistan is a poor country that cannot afford huge burden of the loans,” Rasheed told a news conference in the city of Lahore.

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Don’t deal with Pakistan, China directly, MHA advises states

china-pakNew Delhi, AUG 13: The Union Home Ministry has advised all states not to deal directly with Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and other nations on issues related to internal security. Such matters should be addressed to the Centre first, the advisory also states.

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Pak in FATF Grey List: What transpired behind the scenes with China and Saudi

pakistanNew Delhi, June 30: India welcomed a global terror financing watchdog demoting Pakistan to a ‘grey list’ for underperforming in rooting out sources of finance for terrorists within its borders and for not taking enough – or any, at all – action in curbing activities of terror elements who roam freely within its provinces.

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Chinese, Pakistani agencies lure poor, unemployed Indian youth with ease

There has been an increased attempt on the part of both Pakistan and Chinese agencies to trap Indian youth who are poor and unemployed, Intelligence Bureau officials have said. There is a systematic pattern that is in place to trap such youth and these revelations were made following the arrest of Ravi Kumar. He was arrested in a joint operation by the State Special Operations Cell and the Military Intelligence Investigations show that Ravi Kumar was poor and hence fell into the trap of the ISI.

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