China Getting Ready For US Ban On Import of Products From Xinjiang
Beijing: The import of Chinese goods manufactured by forced labour in Xinjiang province will now be blocked after the US-sponsored Uyghur Forced Labour Prevention Act came into effect on June 21.The Act targets goods "originating from the northern autonomous region of Xinjiang" - a major manufacturing hub of China.The Americans brought in the law saying Xinjiang has scores of "mass internment camps subjecting thousands of detainees from Muslim minorities to forced labour as well as other abuses"
Jammu and Kashmir: Over dozen terrorist launch pads active across LoC, says Intel report
As per inputs, a top government official citing intelligence input said, nearly 200 terrorists are waiting on these launch pads in PoK to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir. Considering threat assessment, patrolling of Border Security Force (BSF) as well as Army has been more frequent along the LoC to foil any infiltration attempt, said the official, privy to the development.Read More
India’s Tejas Aircraft Top Choice For Malaysia’s Fighter Jet Fleet; Final Talks Underway
As reported by PTI, India’s Tejas light combat aircraft has emerged as the top choice for Malaysia among other competitors including China’s JF-17 jet, South Korea’s FA-50, and Russia’s Mig-35 as well as the Yak-130 plane. Confirming the same, Chairman and Managing Director of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), R Madhavan, told PTI in an interview that “he is very confident” about the closing of the mega-deal between both the countries.Read More
North Korea Slams US-South Korea-Japan Military Cooperation North Korea views U.S.-led military exercises, particularly ones with rival South Korea, as an invasion rehearsal.
North Korea views U.S.-led military exercises, particularly ones with rival South Korea, as an invasion rehearsal.Read More
Virgin Orbit Rocket Launches 7 US Defense Satellites The launch was procured by the U.S. Space Force for a Defense Department test program.
The launch was procured by the U.S. Space Force for a Defense Department test program.Read More
2 Terror Operatives Booked Under Public Safety Act In Jammu And Kashmir's Doda
On the orders of a district magistrate, the Jammu and Kashmir Police on Saturday booked two terror operatives under the Public Safety Act in Doda district, said officials.They have been identified as Saqib Hussain Mir of Banola in Chiralla area and Adil Iqbal Batt of Sazan in Bhagwah tehsil of Doda district.In a statement issued by district police, Doda, Saqib Hussain Mir and Adil Iqbal Batt were found running a terror module to revive militancy in the Doda region at the behest of a local terrorRead More
INS Kochi Visited Port Safaga, Egypt
New Delhi: INS Kochi, Mission Deployed in the Red Sea visited Port Safaga, Egypt from 28 - 30 Jun 22.During the ship's visit, Rear Admiral Sameer Saxena, Flag Officer Commanding Western Fleet (FOCWF), along with Captain Himadri Bose, Commanding Officer, INS Kochi, called on Rear Admiral Mohamed Nabil Ibrahim Ahmed, Base Commander of Safaga Naval Base, Egyptian Navy. His Excellency Mr. Ajit Gupte, Ambassador of India to Egypt, also met Rear Admiral Sameer Saxena, FOCWF onboard INS Kochi.EngagemenRead More
US And G7 Increase Sanctions Against Russia, But Are They Working?
Rescuers work at a site of a shopping mall hit by a Russian missile, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in Kremenchuk, in Poltava region, Ukraine on MondayThe challenge currently facing Ukraine and its partners is the disconnect between the West’s powerful long-term sanctions and the shorter-term military advantages Russia still enjoysLondon: It’s been quite a week for coalitions against Russia for its unprovoked war against Ukraine. On Tuesday, leaders of the world’s wealthiest counRead More
China Grabs Nepal's Territory, Erects Fences Blocking Locals
New Delhi: While the Chinese government is flooding Nepal with billions of dollars, ostensibly to develop infrastructure in that country, it is continuing to indulge in salami slicing of land patches belonging to Nepal along the border areas of the two countries.The latest such incident has been reported from the Ruila border post of Chumanubri Village-1 of Gorkha district, with the Chinese administration erecting a 200-meter fencing and a gate on a stretch which was in Nepal until last week, buRead More
India Sends 2500 MT More Wheat To Afghanistan
Amritsar: India has sent the 15th consignment of 2,500 MT of wheat to Afghanistan as humanitarian assistance via the Attari-Wagah border.Balbir Mangat, Joint Commissioner, Customs on Saturday, said that a total of 36,000 MTs of wheat has been sent so far. Out of 50,000 MT which was promised by India, only 14,000 MT is left to be dispatched.Earlier, in a humanitarian effort to aid Afghanistan, India had sent the next shipment of 3000 metric tons of wheat to Afghanistan, said Ministry of ExternalRead More
Sri Lanka Provides 5-Year Visas To Indian Business Leaders To Promote Investment In Country
Colombo: Sri Lankan Minister Dhammika Perera handed 5-year visas to Indian business leaders in the island nation to promote investment in the country.Taking to Twitter, Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka said, "Hon'ble Minister @_dhammikaperera handing over 5-year visas to #Indian business leaders in #SriLanka!! This is a welcome step in enhancing ease of business and promoting investments in Sri Lanka."Earlier on Wednesday, the Indian High Commissioner Gopal Baglay met Sri Lanka's Trade MinistRead More
Pakistani Military Chief Meets Iranian President
Islamabad: Pakistan's Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Nadeem Raza, who is in Iran, called on President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisol-Sadati in Tehran.During the meeting, both sides expressed their desire to initiate long-lasting security and defence cooperation between the two countries, according to The News International citing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).According to the ISPR, matters of bilateral strategic interest, and regional security environment including streRead More
Sri Lanka To Get Three Ships Carrying Fuel, Two In July; Another In August: Lanka Indian Oil Corporation
Colombo: Sri Lanka will receive three ships containing petrol and diesel this month and another in August, the Chairman of Lanka IOC, the subsidiary of Indian Oil Corporation, said on Saturday as it will give relief to the people facing fuel shortages.One ship is expected to arrive between July 13 and 15 and another ship is scheduled to reach between July 29 and 31. And the last one will reach the island nation between August 10 and 15, Daily Mirror Online reported.Earlier on Wednesday, Sri LankRead More
Imran Khan Accuses US of Regime Change In Pakistan, 'Favourable Ties' With India
According to Khan, US president Biden had repeatedly asked him to host military bases of the US for "future operations of Afghanistan", but he had deniedPakistan’s ex-prime minister Imran Khan on July 2 openly accused the United States of a conspiracy that led to the regime change in Islamabad to plant a more Western favourable government that would fulfil US' ambitions of establishing a military base in the country. According to Khan, US president Biden had repeatedly asked him to host militaRead More
Defeating Pakistan Army’s Proxy War In Kashmir
What followed was a chain of senseless killings of innocent people like migrant workers and minority community members like teachers and office employees, who had nothing to do with the ongoing crisisPakistan army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa’s post-Article 370 abrogation rant that “Pakistan Army firmly stands by the Kashmiris in their just struggle to the very end,” and that “We are prepared and shall go to any extent to fulfil our obligations in this regard” was undoubtedly the publiRead More
India Wary As China Plans To Deploy Own Security Personnel In Pakistan
At least 10 Chinese workers were killed last year in an attack on a bus in the northern city of DasuNew Delhi is closely monitoring Beijing’s moves and, if needed, Indian diplomats will officially register a protest with Pakistan and China over any such plan.New Delhi: The People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) plan to deploy its own security personnel to guard its citizens and assets in Pakistan has alerted India, with New Delhi closely monitoring the development to take timely diplomatic actRead More