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This will be the first time that Britain will not have a judge on the UN's most powerful court since it was founded in 1946. In the House of Commons on Tuesday, Tory MP Robert Jenrick described it as a "major failure for British diplomacy".

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The violent tide of events in Jammu and Kashmir is nearing an end and Pakistan's ability to influence events in Jammu and Kashmir is at an all time low, but it could strike in mainland India, top government sources told India Today.

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US President Trump's assertion of America First+ and Indian Prime Minister Modi's call to ''Make in India'' are not mutually exclusive or contradictory, Ivanka Trump, advisor to the US President said on Tuesday, ahead of her maiden visit to India next week for the Global Economic Summit in Hyderabad.

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Pakistan, failing to achieve desired goals in Kashmir, is trying to polarise atmosphere in India including creating communal tension ahead of Gujarat elections, according to experts who closely follow Islamabad's India policy.

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China today said Pakistan will be a "priority" in its neighbourhood diplomacy as the two countries are all-weather strategic partners and lend firm support to each other's core interests.

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Pakistan has refused to allow free use of the Chinese yuan on the lines of the US dollar in the country as officials from the two nations met to decide on a long-term developmental plan under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

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"India and China never shared a border," President Dr Lobsang Sangay said while speaking at the 9th Halifax International Security Forum. He was one of the speakers at a panel session called 'India-China Relations'

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The geostrategic scenario in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) is changing fast and a new power configuration is in the making to contain and counter the rising threat from an aggressive China. Two recent developments confirm this.

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A Rs 32,640-crore project to fill gaps in the navy’s mine warfare capability has hit commercial complications, with India and South Korea struggling to hammer out a deal to build mine-counter measure vessels (MCMVs, or minesweepers) in the country, Hindustan Times has learnt.

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China on Monday strongly objected to President Ram Nath Kovind's visit to Arunachal Pradesh, saying India should refrain from "complicating" the border dispute when bilateral relations are at a "crucial moment".

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