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Islamic State, Pakistan, ISIS hotbed, Afghan Special Operations Forces, ISIS

‘Pakistan is deliberately pushing Afghanistan as a new ISIS hotbed’

World By ABHINANDAN MISHRA

Indian intelligence officials feel that Pakistan is doing this so that India’s efforts to brand it as a ‘terror state’ are diluted.

15 January, 2017
UAE, Ahmed Al Banna, Kandahar attack, UAE Diplomats, Dawood ­Ibrahim

‘UAE works closely with India on people designated as terrorists’

World By GEETA MOHAN

UAE Ambassador to India, Ahmed Al Banna says that a good chemistry between the leaders of the two countries has triggered a great cooperation.

15 January, 2017
Andrew Marr Show, Robert Peston, National Health Service, Theresa May

May discusses shared society on TV

World By ANTONIA FILMER

Sunday mornings have become political prime time and not just for newspapers, but on television as well. Since 2007, BBC’s Andrew Marr Show has been the go to viewing. Traditionally, Marr has hosted the Prime Minister at the start of a New Year.

14 January, 2017
British House, The Dreadnought, submarine, Vanguard Class ballistic missile submarines

British House updated on Dreadnought Class

World By ANTONIA FILMER

The Dreadnought submarine programme is the UK’s programme to replace the four Vanguard Class ballistic missile submarines.

24 December, 2016
Brexit, Eurocrats Jean-Claude Juncker, Michel Barnier, Eastern European states, Theresa May, EU, Martin Schulz

Brexit will be longer and softer than May originally forecast

World By ANTONIA FILMER

Brexit is a dynamic challenge for Theresa May’s government. At the European Council meeting in Brussels, Prime Minister May was cold shouldered on arrival; Eurocrats Jean-Claude Juncker and Michel Barnier played punitive Commission games with May, while Eastern European states were keen to crack on with Brexit negotiations.

17 December, 2016
India, Pacific countries, Japan, China, Oceania, Donald Trump

Oceania is changing fast and India will be affected

World By CLEO PASKAL

Small countries might be big players in Pacific’s Great Game.

27 November, 2016
British Prime Minister Theresa May, UK, Alumni Union UK, Narendra Modi

UK’s visa policies leave bilateral relationship unfinished

World By ANTONIA FILMER

During her India visit, British Prime Minister Theresa May disappointed Indian students and Indians with jobs or businesses in the UK with inadequate visa reforms. Indians rely on people to people relationships and businesses require a free and easy movement of people. Students need an affordable and practical visa.

13 November, 2016
Donald Trump, Pakistan, China, US president, Narendra Modi, Rahul Mishra, Trans-Pacific Partnership

‘Trump’s anti sino-pak stand will help india’

World By ANANDO BHAKTO

Experts think that US President-elect Donald Trump would adopt a stricter policy in dealings with Pakistan and China.

13 November, 2016
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