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  • NRC: The judicial presumption of non-citizenship0

    Gautam Bhatia, July 27, 2019 On May 17, in a very short hearing, a three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court (the Chief Justie of India Ranjan Gogoi and Justices Deepak Gupta and Sanjiv Khanna) decided a batch of 15 petitions under the title Abdul Kuddus v Union of India. Innocuously framed as resolving a “perceived conflict”

  • India: Free after 23 years, at an unfamiliar home0

    Latif Ahmad Waja is back home, acquitted after 23 long years in prison in a terror case By Muzaffar Raina in Srinagar 26 July 2019 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis497 Latif Ahmad Waja is back home, acquitted after 23 long years in prison in a

  • Afghanistan peace process appears headed Pakistan’s way0

    Donald Trump is in a hurry to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and the Taliban knows this. If the Taliban agree to a ceasefire, it would be temporary, and only if they are convinced it will hasten Washington’s exit, writes LtGen Prakash Chand Katoch (retd) for South Asia Monitor By Lt Gen Prakash Chand Katoch (retd)

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  • Indian Navy benefits from Pentagon paranoia over China

    US government in a hurry to get new sub-hunting helicopters into the hands of the Indian Navy by Dave Makichuk May 20, 2020 To say the Pentagon is concerned about China’s military expansion would be an understatement — just ask the Indian Navy. According to a report by Paul McLeary for Breaking Defense, the US

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