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Has CDS Gen Bipin Rawat overstepped his brief by speaking on ‘de-radicalisation camps’?

Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat said that India has de-radicalisation camps for the young. He also said that 10-12 years old from Kashmir were being radicalised.
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Amazon, Flipkart not doing India a favour by investing billions of dollars: Piyush Goyal

At a time when Amazon chief Jeff Bezos is visiting India, Commerce and Industry Minister warns e-commerce giants not to find loopholes in the law.
CDS General Bipin Rawat

Pakistan should be blacklisted by FATF, isolated diplomatically: CDS Gen Bipin Rawat

Speaking at Raisina Dialogue, Gen Bipin Rawat says end to terrorism can only happen the way Americans responded to 9/11, and if certain states stop sponsoring terrorists.
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at the Raisina Dialogue 2020

India and Brazil should be permanent members of UNSC: Russia at Raisina Dialogue

Speaking at Raisina Dialogue, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says developed countries have not paid heed to the demands of developing nations.
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Raisina Dialogue opens to talks on US-Iran, Afghan peace initiatives, climate change

On day one of the three-day meet, foreign minister S. Jaishankar said India's policy will seek to achieve a broad engagement with parties and contribute to the global good.
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India is no longer ‘non-aligned’, says Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale

Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said India follows a policy of issue-based alignment, and should strive to be part of the rule-making process.
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‘Time for zero tolerance towards terrorism’: Sushma urges global cooperation

Speaking at the Raisina Dialogue, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said no country, big or small, is immune to the existential threat of terrorism. New Delhi: Asserting that no country is immune to the "existential threat" of terrorism, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said the need of hour is to ensure zero tolerance towards terrorism and those using it as an "instrument of convenience". In an address at the Raisina Dialogue, Swaraj, touching on various geo-political developments, said India's strength and success has been a force for global peace, stability and prosperity and that it stands for a democratic and rules-based international order in which all nations thrive as equals. Swaraj said India's consistent message has been that unresolved border issues can be resolved bilaterally, when approached in the right spirit and in an atmosphere free from violence and hostility. The comments are seen as a veiled reference to China with...
Top Military leaders from the Quad at Raisina dialogue, 2018 | Pushan Das

Three striking points about the quad, and what India needs to do to lead it

At the Raisina Dialogue, the four countries’ military leaders talked unabashed about the India-US-Japan-Australia grouping. It sends a message to China.

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Elephant or wild pig, none should die in blast. Cuteness quotient must not guide conservation

The attitude of Indians towards animals swings from an innate reverence for select species to a pretty strong sadistic streak on a routine basis.

Harsh Vardhan questions Delhi govt: Is Arvind Kejriwal failing in handling Covid-19 crisis?

Union health minister Harsh Vardhan Thursday raised concerns about rising Covid cases and low testing levels in Delhi.


File image of soldiers of the Indian Army and China's People's Liberation Army | Photo: ANI

India, China army commanders to meet tomorrow. These are the issues 14 Corps chief will raise

14 Corps Commander Lt Gen Harinder Singh is scheduled to meet China’s Southern Xinjiang Military District chief at Chushul-Moldo border personnel meeting point Saturday.
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Why Modi doesn’t feature in a list of India’s reformist prime ministers

Despite big ideas, Modi comes off poorly as a reformer, because his bureaucrats lack the motivation to push reforms and are beginning to enjoy unbridled power.