The first phase of the Chabahar port was launched on Sunday. It is a strategically import port for India and to sum it up in a nut-shell, Pakistan will be bypassed to reach Afghanistan.
Dawood Ibrahim continues to have a grip over the security agencies in Pakistan and is still a force to reckon with, an Indian Intelligence Bureau report states.
A year has gone by since the decision on demonetisation was made. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on November 8 2016 in an address to the nation that the Rs 500 and 1,000 notes would no longer be legal tender.
The United States has offered 500 thousand dollars to promote religious freedom in India and Sri-Lanka.
All eyes were on Prince Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck when the Royal family of Bhutan visited India. The Royal couple called on Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and he had a gift for the young prince.
Indian Intelligence agencies have reported that at least 20 officers of the Pakistan army have been sent to China to undergo training in biological warfare.
From his den in Muzzafaraba, Pakistan occupied Kashmir, Syed Salahuddin the supreme commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen has rejected the peace talk offer made by India.
On expected lines, China has been meddling with the ongoing peace talks in Nagaland. The NSCN(K) which ought to have been a player in the talks has been stopped by China, Intelligence Bureau reports state.
As India tries to bring Dawood Ibrahim to justice, his brother, Iqbal Kaskar has said that the ISI would never allow that. Amidst reports that Dawood was looking to get back to India, Kaskar told the police that the ISI would ensure that never happened.
The question now is whether Dawood continues to be a utility for the ISI or is a spent force living at the mercy of the agency owing to past glory.
Instead of owing up to the gaffe by its top diplomat at the UN General Assembly, Pakistan decided to blame India. Pakistan dodged a question on the recent photograph gaffe by its top diplomat in the UN General Assembly, saying the incident cannot be used to deny an “indisputable fact” that Indian security forces were using pellet guns in Kashmir.