Terrorism

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POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Caliphate, ISIS, Terrorism

ISIS may be 'defeated' but the threat is far from dead and over

India must join hands with international community to ensure Afghanistan doesn't fall prey to Islamists.

POLITICS

 |  The Bigger Picture  |  4-minute read
Lashkar-e-Taiba, Hafiz Saeed, Terrorism, India-pak ties

What exactly is India doing to fight terrorism?

When push comes to shove, the only weapon visible in the India's armoury appears to be that futile talk shop called the United Nations.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

 |  Musings from afar  |  5-minute read
Masood Azhar, Pakistan, Terrorism, Indo-China relations

Why China can’t be India’s friend

Given Beijing's strategy of scuttling New Delhi's rise, the country should prepare itself for a long-term rivalry with the dragon.

POLITICS

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Jammu and Kashmir, Rajnath Singh, Terrorism, PDP

How Centre's interlocutor can help India's Kashmir outreach

The idea behind introducing an interlocutor is to elevate the level of engagement and marginalise the naysayers in the Valley.

POLITICS

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Rohingyas refugee, Lashkar, Terrorism, Bangladesh

Fresh influx of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh poses security challenge

There are credible reports of Pakistan trying to foment terror in the region.

POLITICS

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Donald Trump, Terrorism, Afghanistan, Pakistan

Pakistan can't blame India or US for its failures in Afghanistan

The neighbouring country has spoilt its chances of making a difference in Kabul by supporting terror.

POLITICS

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Terrorism, Hassan Rouhani, North Korea, Iran

Trump’s hyphenation of Iran and North Korea can be disastrous for US

The US President’s belligerence vis-à-vis Iran will hit many American companies.

VOICES

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Terrorism, Gun violence, Las Vegas shooting

Las Vegas shooting: I was in Mandalay Bay last year, it could have been me

The famous spirit of Sin City will help overcome this tragedy, but it's a cliché we use after every such massacre.