In the context of the regional situation, PM Modi called Trump and stated that extreme rhetoric and incitement to anti-India violence by certain leaders in the region was not conducive to peace.
Amid growing tensions between India and Pakistan following the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status, the United Nations Security Council on Friday held a closed-door meeting at its headquarters at China’s behest.
China again blocked an initiative to tag Jaish-e Mohammad chief Masood Azhar as a “global terrorist” by the United Nations Security Council. Beijing’s move on Wednesday came as the Security Council was to take up a resolution on the matter, days after the February 14 Jaish attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama in which 40 soldiers died. The resolution, say sources, was backed by unprecedented number of countries going into the “double digits”. India said it was “disappointed by this outcome”.
Union water Resources Minister Nitin Gadkari warned on Friday that if Pakistan doesn’t mend its ways, then all the water that flows into Pakistan will be blocked. His comments came a week after a terror attack that killed 40 CRPF personnel in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived in China on Thursday on the latest stop of a sweep through Asia that aims to expand the kingdom’s influence on the continent.
Prince Mohammed touched down in the morning following earlier visits to India and Pakistan.
Balochistan : The separatist insurgency in Pakistan’s Balochistan region has led to the discovery of close to 1000 bodies of activists and separatists over the past six years, a government report revealed. Citing figures from the federal human rights ministry, BBC Urdu reported that most of the bodies were dumped in Quetta, Qalat, Khuzdar and Makran.
TREASURY SECRETARY Steven Mnuchin, former Goldman Sachs Group Inc executive and Trump’s campaign finance chairman…
As the 48-member block prepares to meet in Vienna on Friday, China said India’s push for entry would only be discussed when the group agrees on rules for entry of non-signatories of the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty.
Are you living in New Delhi or Noida or Gurugram? Well chances are that you are developing lung cancer and so does your children. Latest report from UNICEF says about a third of the 2 billion children in the world who are breathing toxic air live in northern India mainly Delhi NCR and neighboring countries, risking serious health effects including damage to their lungs, brains and other organs. Of that global total, 300 million kids are exposed to pollution levels more than six times higher than standards set by the World Health Organization, including 220 million in South Asia.