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G4 Countries Seek Early Reform of UN Security Council

    G4 Countries Seek Early Reform of UN Security Council
    G4 Countries Seek Early Reform of UN Security Council

    The ministers of G4 countries asserted that such a reform was essential to make the most powerful wing of the UN more representative and effective, reflecting the ground realities of the 21st century

    UNITED NATIONS: Foreign Ministers of G4 countries, including India, have called for an "early reform" of the UN Security Council and expansion of its

    DRDO To Share Food Tech With Entrepreneurs

      DRDO To Share Food Tech With Entrepreneurs
      DRDO To Share Food Tech With Entrepreneurs

      Panaji: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is set to transfer various technologies — initially developed for the armed forces — to small entrepreneurs during a two-day conclave beginning Thursday.

      DRDO To Share Food Tech With Entrepreneurs

      The Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL) in Mysore prepared and distributing food packets for distribution in the flood-hit

      Portugal PM Antonio Luis Da Costa Supports India's Bids For UNSC Membership

        Portugal PM Antonio Luis Da Costa Supports India's Bids For UNSC Membership
        Portugal PM Antonio Luis Da Costa Supports India's Bids For UNSC Membership

        The time had come to afford Africa the place it deserves on the Security Council, said Macky Sall, President of Senegal

        UNITED NATIONS: Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Luis Da Costa has supported India's bid for a permanent membership of the UN Security Council, asserting that efforts must continue to ensure greater representation in the most

        Testing Pakistan’s Conventional Response Below The Nuclear Threshold

          Testing Pakistan’s Conventional Response Below The Nuclear Threshold
          Testing Pakistan’s Conventional Response Below The Nuclear Threshold

          by Rameshwar Roy

          The Doklam issue stands resolved after a nearly 73-day standoff, at least for the time being. It has been a tremendous battle of nerves and resolve on part of the Indian Army’s to not only intervene in time, but hold on to their positions steadfastly and give adequate time until diplomatic parleys finally found a successful b

          China Pressuring Pakistan On Terrorism?

            China Pressuring Pakistan On Terrorism?
            China Pressuring Pakistan On Terrorism?

            by Arushi Kumar

            President Donald Trump, in an announcement on the recent overhaul of U.S. strategy in Afghanistan, admonished Pakistan for sheltering “the same organisations that try every single day to kill our people” in the fight against the Taliban. Yet analysts have questioned whether Pakistan really needs to heed the United States’ call to “d

            India’s Maritime Security Policy A Key Driver In Future: UK Think Tank

              India’s Maritime Security Policy A Key Driver In Future: UK Think Tank
              India’s Maritime Security Policy A Key Driver In Future: UK Think Tank

              INS Vikramaditya and Japan's helicopter carrier Izumo participate in the Malabar 2017 trilateral exercises between India, Japan and US in the Bay of Bengal on July 17, 2017

              The survey commented on US President Donald Trump’s policy on Afghanistan and South Asia and on the narrative and impact of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

              by Prasun

              Cold Start: India's Clever Plan To Punish A Nuclear-Powered Pakistan

                Cold Start: India's Clever Plan To Punish A Nuclear-Powered Pakistan
                Cold Start: India's Clever Plan To Punish A Nuclear-Powered Pakistan

                India's Prahaar is a solid-fuelled surface-to-surface guided short-range tactical ballistic missile

                The doctrine has been in talks for many years but the government and the armed forces have seldom owned it in public

                NEW DELHI: Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said on Wednesday his country had developed short-range nuclear weapons to

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