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Issues prevail across Line of Actual Control

Issues prevail across Line of Actual Control

Posted by Rajaguru
Massive infrastructure construction, induction of a large quantity of modern equipment, and a sharp increase in the number of military exercises directed towards India. Read More
‘GM-contaminated’ rice sold by Maharashtra firm

‘GM-contaminated’ rice sold by Maharashtra firm

Posted by Rajaguru
GM rice is not grown commercially in India. Allegations would hurt India’s ₹65,000 crore worth of annual rice exports. Read More
UP govt submitted reports of only four of the 44 witnesses in Lakhimpur Kheri Case

UP govt submitted reports of only four of the 44 witnesses in Lakhimpur Kheri Case

Posted by Rajaguru
Only four of the 44 witnesses to the brutal incident had given their statements to the judicial magistrate so far. Read More
British Prime Minister asks India to update climate goals

British Prime Minister asks India to update climate goals

Posted by Rajaguru
The U.K. and the U.S. have been asking India to do more in terms of declaring its second NDC. Read More
India, China commander talks fails

India, China commander talks fails

Posted by Rajaguru
The friction areas remain between India and China are Hot Springs, Demchok and Depsang. Read More
Reopening of Schools

Reopening of Schools

Posted by Rajaguru
Schools can focus on getting back younger children first, as primary and pre-primary-school age children are the least likely to be infected. Read More
Emotional attraction across the Border

Emotional attraction across the Border

Posted by Rajaguru
Before Independence, these villages, nestled between the Karakoram and Himalayan ranges, maintained close ties with Skardu due to a common language and culture. Read More
China sends 25 jets into Taiwan air zone

China sends 25 jets into Taiwan air zone

Posted by Rajaguru
China often sends military aircraft into Taiwan’s air defence zone to display displeasure. Read More
Chinese Economy faces power crisis

Chinese Economy faces power crisis

Posted by Rajaguru
Nearly 60% of the Chinese economy is powered by coal, but supply in the world’s largest coal importer has been disrupted by the pandemic and squeezed by falling imports amid a trade tiff with Australia. Read More
China’s BRI plan caused debt to rise of its partners

China’s BRI plan caused debt to rise of its partners

Posted by Rajaguru
42 countries now have levels of public debt exposure to China in excess of 10% of GDP. Read More
U.S from Afghanistan to AUKUS

U.S from Afghanistan to AUKUS

Posted by Rajaguru
It is a security alliance. It is launched and consisting of the U.S., the U.K. and Australia. Read More
French judge to probe Rafale deal

French judge to probe Rafale deal

Posted by Rajaguru
The judicial investigation was formally opened into the Inter-Governmental Agreement on 2016 multi-billion-dollar sale of Rafale fighter jets to India Read More
What lies ahead for Afghanistan after U.S. exit?

What lies ahead for Afghanistan after U.S. exit?

Posted by Sekar
India has three critical areas in dealing with the Taliban - its investments in Afghanistan, Taliban and Pakistan relation, Taliban do not support Pakistan-backed anti-India terrorist groups. Read More
Government mulling over using pipelines to bring Krishna water

Government mulling over using pipelines to bring Krishna water

Posted by Rajaguru
Proposal to bring Krishna water from Andhra Pradesh to Tamil Nadu via a dedicated pipeline. Read More