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Twitter on Monday responded to the controversies about an error in a geo-tagging issue, where Jammu and Kashmir was shown as a territory of China during a live broadcast by a senior journalist, saying the issue has been addressed.

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China is closing in on the US as the most powerful country influencing the Asia-Pacific, as America’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic tarnishes its reputation, a study showed.

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Former president Dr A P J Abdul Kalam was once asked: "Can science create a ‘Cool Bomb’ to defuse or deactivate the deadly atom bomb?"

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Prominent leader of the Nepali Congress, Jeevan Bahadur Shahi has come out in public to expose the fact about China’s encroachment of Nepali territory in Humla.

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The arrest of Mexico's former defense minister in the United States on charges that he protected a drug cartel in exchange for bribes is a blow to Mexico's military, one of the few institutions that had maintained the confidence of the people.

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A Pakistani strategic scholar’s tweet and a former Indian Navy chief’s quote tweet earlier this week have drawn attention to the fact that while Pakistan has two functioning defence universities, India has none yet, despite one being proposed 53 years ago.

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The first standalone Quad ministerial meeting in Tokyo on October 6 holds the promise for something much larger, giving a new direction to Indo-Pacific geopolitics. But what, exactly?

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Union Minister of External Affairs S Jaishankar on Friday accused Pakistan of hampering trade and connectivity between India and Afghanistan, which is a troubling issue as far as foreign policy is concerned.

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Backing Gupkar Declaration, senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has said that the grand old party “resolutely stands for the restoration of the status and rights of the people of J&K”.

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The head of the Tibetan government-in-exile Lobsang Sangay met special coordinator for Tibetan issues, Robert Destro, on Thursday marking the first meeting between the president of the Central Tibetan Administration . . .

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Six of Kashmir’s biggest political parties came together on Thursday to form an alliance to peacefully seek the restoration of the erstwhile state’s special status and fight for the rights of the people in the restive region.

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India has sent a strong message to China asking it to refrain from commenting on its internal affairs.

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India on Thursday rubbished the claim by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's adviser on national security that New Delhi has sent a message to Islamabad indicating a desire for talks between the two countries.

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Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has shunted out the country’s deputy PM Ishwar Pokhrel out of the defence ministry in Wednesday’s cabinet reshuffle, a move seen as an effort to reset ties with its giant neighbour India, . . .

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India on Wednesday criticised Pakistan for raising issues such as Kashmir at the virtual Commonwealth foreign ministers’ meeting, saying it is a “globally acknowledged promoter of state-sponsored terrorism” that masquerades . . .

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