• Strife in Jerusalem: Fears of popular revolts bring Israel and Arabs together0

    By James M. Dorsey A web of formal and informal Israeli-Arab relations and common fears of renewed popular uprisings that could threaten regimes and benefit Islamist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood facilitated Israel’s backing down in the crisis over Jerusalem’s Temple Mount or Haram al Sharif, home to Islam’s third most holy shrine, the Al

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  • CRICKETISM: Indo-Lanka joint cricket exercises!-20

    -Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal Part 1 – Cricket for promoting batboys for awards and cash. Sri Lankan bowlers enjoy too much by offering big scores to Indians for return favors in Test. Test cricket for five long days was invented by the cunning colonial masters of Great Britain to keep the colony youth busy with

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  • SMALL ASIAN COUNTRIES SHOULD NOT FALL IN DEBT TRAP OF CHINA AS PAKISTAN HAS DONE1

    By: N.S. Venkataraman While China is showing its military muscle power to India, Japan, and a few other Asian countries, in the case of other small Asian Countries, it is showing its economic muscle power to bring them to their heels. Most of the small Asian countries do not have the capital and resources for

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  • India And Israel: Cooperation On Water Management0

    India is seeking Israel’s expertise in water technology and management techniques. Cooperation between the two countries will enhance India’s capacity in the management of water resources but this needs to be supported by water demand management, training of users for the operation and maintenance of technology, and robust legal and regulatory frameworks. By Faiza Saleem*

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  • War over resources; Regional rivalry between India and China destined to deepen0

    No entry: A deserted acclimatisation centre for Kailash- Manasarovar pilgrims near Nathu La. China has suspended the yatra through this route | Arvind Jain Regional rivalry between India and China destined to deepen Michael Kugelman Several years ago, a retired Indian brigadier told me that India and China were bound to go to war. This

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  • The Gulf crisis: A lesson in reputation management0

    North Korean workers in the Gulf and Asia / Source: Wikipedia By James M. Dorsey Lurking below the surface of the Gulf crisis, are rival, yet troubled, attempts by Qatar and its detractors to use sports to boost soft power and/or launder tarnished images of their autocracies. Ironically, the crisis threatens to have levelled the

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  • India’s membership of MTCR: Scope of Non-Proliferation and emerging regional Challenges1

    Asma Khalid The concerns about nuclear proliferation have compelled the strategic thinkers to continuously strive for establishing multiple legal tools to prevent the nuclear proliferation. As a result of such efforts, various non-proliferation regimes have been set up to counter the risk of proliferation of weapon of mass destruction (WMDs) and control the transfer of

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  • Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s memorial inaugurated by PM Modi in Rameshwaram!0

    -Dr. Abdul Ruff Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a memorial on July 27 dedicated to former president APJ Abdul Kalam at Peikarumbu near Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu on his second death anniversary and attended several other programs, the second death anniversary of the former president-known as a common people’s man. PM Modi hoisted at the

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  • Indian politics: High Drama in Bihar!0

    Dr. Abdul Ruff Janata Dal (United) supremo Nitish Kumar has dramatically taken oath as the chief minister of the northern Indian state of Bihar, a day after dramatically resigning from the post. Nitish has scripted and directed the episode to make himself look like a ‘Mr. Clean’ of course in the world of corrupt politicians.

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  • NEED TO REVIVE LARGE REFINERY PROJECT OF NAGARJUNA OIL CORPORATION IN TAMIL NADU ( INDIA )0

    It is reported that Nagarjuna Oil Corporation based at Cuddalore in Tamil Nadu, promoted jointly by Nagarjuna Fertiliser Group and TIDCO, has filed for bankruptcy under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC). Background details Nagarjuna Oil Corporation is in the process of setting up 6-million tonne a year petroleum refinery in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu. The refinery

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  • CRICKETISM: Indo-Lanka joint cricket exercises!0

    -Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal Sri Lankan bowlers enjoy too much by offering big scores to Indians for return favors in Test. Test cricket for five long days was invented by the cunning colonial masters of Great Britain to keep the colony youth busy with a useless thing like watching cricket matches and enjoy 6s and

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  • Pakistan-US Relations: Mutual Mistrust Continues0

    By Maria Amjad On July 21st, the US Defense Secretary James Mattis stated that the Pentagon will not make the remaining military reimbursements to Pakistan for the fiscal year 2016 as he believes that Islamabad had not taken sufficient action against the Haqqani network. The United States had allotted $900m in military aid to Pakistan

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  • Federal Provisions of Nepal’s Constitution in Jeopardy1

     By Iain Payne and Binayak Basnyat A decade ago, Nepal’s political parties agreed to change the country’s unitary system of government to a federal system. This change was seen by many as a panacea to help address the country’s problems of governing such variegated demography, society, and geography. Two years after Nepal’s 2015 Constitution established

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  • Qatar Crisis And Muslims’ Responsibility0

    By Harun Yahya From the second half of the 19th Century onwards, the Muslim world has been wallowing in a pit of dissension and tumult. For the last 150 years, North Africa, the Middle East and the Near Eastern regions have been ravaged by myriad revolutions, civil wars, conflicts and invasions. Regardless of age or

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