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After Pakistan’s Gwadar Port, China Fast-tracks Key ...

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After Pakistan’s Gwadar Port, China Fast-tracks Key Defence Projects in Bangladesh After Pakistan’s Gwadar port, China fast-tracks key defence projects in B’desh. Beijing eyes to increase its presence in the sub-continent through delivering subsidised infrastructure projects like ports, airp

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KASHMIR IS PART OF PAKISTAN

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Pakistan Unveils a New political Map Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday unveiled a "new political map" of Pakistan which also included occupied Kashmir. The premier's announcement came a day ahead of the first anniversary of India’s controversial unilateral decision to revoke the area's semi-autonomy. Addre

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Indian Brutality in Kashmir – A Critical Visual Reflection

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On the morning of 1 July 2020, a 65 years old person (identified as Bashir Ahmed) was shot dead in Srinagar suburbs, allegedly by the Indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). Many are killed as a routine in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) daily and rarely form part of the Indian media breaking news. However, this routine and “insignificant event”, instant

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Cradled by Conflict: The Plight of Children in Kashmir

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Kashmir has always been in grip of one or another kind of crisis. The dark clouds of uncertainty loom over the echoing mountains from last several decades. The prolonged conflict has transformed the beautiful valley into a devastating dystopia, forcing the whole community to fight a life and death battle against the threat of extinction from the tyrant tides of war.

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Mob Attack: Two Christian Youth Beaten, Cross Desecrated in Jharkhand

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Two young Christian missionaries were abused and assaulted by a mob and taken to the police station in a village named Belgarisin Dhanbad, a district in the Indian state of Jharkhand. The attack which took place on the 22nd of June happened at the new coal mine colony in Baliapur CD Block. Speaking to Persecution Relief, Br. Arul Jothi- Founder Secretary of Youth Mi

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India- China Military Confrontation

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India and China are once again engaged in a military confrontation. To some it may seem a spontaneous event triggered by some sudden happening. Indians would like the world to believe that it is on account of a Chinese intrusion. Others may want to find the cause of conflict in steps taken by the Indians such building roads and developing military infrastructure. Ho

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Will India soon have the highest number of corona cases..

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Will India soon have the highest number of corona cases in the world? When Coronavirus hit China worst and then moved to Europe and the US India still had less number of Covid-19 cases and deaths due to Coronavirus. However, India had an early lockdown along with most of the worst hit countries and even after a month of lockdown Indi

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India – A Restless Revisionist State

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India has once again embroiled itself in a border skirmish with one of its neighbours that has resulted in a serious embarrassment for its military. Its ‘over sold’ narrative of a rising power willing to confront and contain China’s rise has proven to be misleading, as India’s political and military leadership struggles to explain why India c

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India at loss as Indo-Pacific strategy collapses

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A Harvard law school graduate writes, the demise of the Indo-Pacific dream is a staggering loss of face for India on the international stage. China has put India back to where it belongs: a developing nation in South Asia. Not a regional player in the Indo-Pacific. The past two decades of international policy and regiona

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Indians are Hobbesian . Corruption in India is a cultural..

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Corruption in India is a cultural aspect. Indians seem to think nothing peculiar about corruption. It is prevalent. Indians tolerate corrupt individuals rather than correct them. No race can be congenitally corrupt. To know why Indians are corrupt, look at their patterns and practices. Firstly: Religion is transactional in India. Indians give God cash and anticipate a

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