Delhi riots: Agencies zero in on spread of toxic propaganda by NGOs from Pak, Malaysia, India

delhi-violence-newNew Delhi, Mar 18: The role of more Islamic nations apart from Pakistan have come under the scanner of the agencies, who are probing the Delhi riots. While the role of Pakistan was text book, the agencies now have under their scanner NGOs from Malaysia.

An Intelligence Bureau official tells OneIndia that the NGOs from Malaysia and Pakistan worked closely with those with India to spread a toxic propaganda. Money was pumped in and social media handles were activated for this toxic spread. The main intention was to incite the Indian Muslims to indulge in violence the officer cited above also informed.

India re-asserts claim on J&K areas occupied by Pakistan

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New Delhi, Mar 01: India has pledged to build two new roads in a bid to signal its long term commitment of Afghanistan. The decision comes in the wake of the United States inking a peace deal with the Afghan Taliban in Doha.

The deal paves the way for the withdrawal of all foreign forces from the conflict ridden country in the next 14 months.

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Trade deal set-back: Top US trade official not to visit India with Trump

moditrumpNew Delhi, Feb 16: A top trade official of the United States would not visit India with US President Donald Trump. This development comes as a set back as India had hoped to close a trade deal when Trump visits India on February 24.

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Post Pulwama, how India avenged the Kandahar hijack as well

kandaharNew Delhi, Feb 14: It has been a year since the Pulwama attack. India had vowed revenge for the death of 40 CRPF jawans. In no time, the Balakot strike was planned and the Jaish-e-Mohammad facility was hit.

What is interesting about the Balakot strike was that India not avenged Pulwama, but the Kandahar or IC-814 hijack case as well.

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How India got Malaysian PM to remain silent on Kashmir

mahathir-imranNew Delhi, Feb 06: Malaysian prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad refrained from issuing any statement on the Kashmir issue during a joint press statement with Pakistan prime minister, Imran Khan.

The Ministry of External Affairs told the Parliament that it does not expect any country to comment on issues such as Kashmir and the citizenship law as these are purely internal matters.

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Grand event awaits Donald Trump during his India visit next month

donald-trumpNew Delhi, Jan 18: A grand event awaits US President Donald Trump when he visits India next month. The event will take place in February. A grand event on the lines of the Howdy Modi is expected to take place at Ahmedabad. During his visit, Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are likely to sign a short term trade deal.

This is aimed at granting US companies more access to Indian markets and also restore the trade benefits for India that were withdrawn last year.

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Radicalisation in India, An Exploration: Where the author asks bold questions

radicalisation-abhinav-pandyaNew Delhi, Nov 18: Radicalisation in India has been a key concern. The agencies, the government have rated this as one of the top problems. The trend normally has been to view terrorism as a multi casual event.

However, after 9/11, radicalisation, i.e. the belief in an extremist political or religious ideology has attracted the attention of counter-terrorism community across the world as one of the necessary causal factors of terrorism.

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Kartarpur corridor: Why India can never afford to drop its guard against Pakistan

kartarpurNew Delhi, Nov 07: India has raised concerns over the video relating to the Kartarpur corridor in which pictures of slain Khalistan leaders were displayed in the background. India said that it hoped that Pakistan would not show that they support such things which are anti-India in nature.

After the official video was released, Pakistan then changed the same. It released another version on Twitter. The video featured the posters of Jarnail Singh, Bhindranwale, Amrik Singh Khalsa and Major General (Dismissed) Shabeg Singh. It may be recalled that these persons were killed during Operation Blue Star in June 1984.

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India has learnt how to play on the front foot by not joining RCEP

RCEPNew Delhi, Nov 05: India took a strong decision on not joining the RCEP. The decision taken in national interest will help India’s farmers, MSMEs and dairy sector. India’s stand is a mixture of pragmatism, the urge to safeguard interests of the poor and the effort to give an advantage to India’s service sector.

While not shying away from opening up to global competition across sectors, India made a strong case for an outcome which is favourable to all countries and all sectors.

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Why rogue drones are the latest security headache

dronesNew Delhi, Sep 30: Rogue drones are the latest worry for India and an estimate would show that there are 6 lakh of them in India.

These drones are a potential threat and the government is looking for a solution to counter this problem. In this regard the agencies conducted a data estimation and learnt that there are over 6 lakh rogue or unregulated drones of various sizes and capacities.

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