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VARIETY

 |  4-minute read
Security Council, Masood Azhar, UNSC, China

China shielding terrorist Masood Azhar is predictable. The world supporting India has been greatly heartening

By choosing to stand with Pakistan's top terrorists, China has chosen to isolate itself from the world. India has emerged as a rallying point and must use this moment well.

POLITICS

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Diplomacy, Xi Jinping, Terrorism, Jaish-e-mohammed

Why China is far from being a 'normal' state

Under the prevailing circumstances, it is difficult for India to maintain healthy relations with China. The establishment in Beijing should realise this.

POLITICS

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Terrorism, Pakistan, China, Hamid karzai

The Greater Game: Several powers are interested in controlling Afghanistan. Its future will impact each one of them too

As the US talks with the Taliban, everyone from the Afghan govt to India, China and Pakistan, are watching. What role will each power play in the war-torn country which could be a new breeding ground for ISIS and al-Qaeda?

POLITICS

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Congress, Narendra Modi, BJP, China

Post Pulwama: What India can learn from the terrorist attack

Any idea of India must contain its sense of China and Pakistan. Only with such a scenario can we survive in peace and confidence.

HUMOUR

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Tiktok, China, Social Media, RSS

5 reasons why I think TikTok should be banned

Why will you go to your ex's wedding? To shoot a TikTok video?

POLITICS

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Diplomacy, China, Mohammad-bin-salman, Iran

Asia beyond Pakistan: Understanding Saudi crimes and Iranian mysteries

Beyond our immediate neighbours, the Asian continent is home to many countries, each with their own international conflicts and issues. Saudi Arabia and Iran are two such nations, both crucial for India as well.

VARIETY

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Detention camps, Uyghur muslims, China, Abdurehim heyit

Renowned Uyghur musician ‘dies’ in Chinese detention camp: Why the world is deaf to horror tales from these ‘schools’

According to China, its 'teaching centres' are to ‘guide Uyghur Muslims away from religious extremism’. According to the few inmates who have lived to tell the tale, they are sheer torture camps.

POLITICS

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ISI, Terrorism, China, Pakistan

On Pakistan's 'Kashmir Solidarity Day', how the voices of Dogras and Kashmiri Pandits were ignored

Pakistan claims concern and care for the people of Kashmir. Then why is it so afraid to even hear what the Dogras and KPs have to tell it?

POLITICS

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India, Donald Trump, Mao, Xi Jinping

China's Belt and Road dilemma: It's brute efficiency contrasted with ethical legitimacy

Beijing has been using infrastructure projects to expand the market base for Chinese products along with increasing its political clout. Not everyone is delighted.

POLITICS

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China, North sikkim, Winter, Doklam

Just a road: Better infrastructure could save Indian troops from serving in extremely harsh, cold conditions on the Indo-China border

Unlike India, the Chinese, with the advantage of roads that take them to the border in a jiffy, can afford to stay back in peak winter, confident of quick mobilisation, not needing to expose their men to extreme conditions.