Alerts

While the World is battling one of the gravest pandemics in human history, legacy conflict zones across Asia Pacific from North Korea to Afghanistan and Iraq continue to remain flash points
A realistic appraisal of critical geopolitical trends in a post-COVID 19 World is necessary for India to adjust foreign policy goals and devote diplomatic resources accordingly.
Observers deem move could be seen as a failure by the federal and provincial governments to meet the challenge, Army attempting to maintain centrality in the overall national hierarchy
India reportedly agrees not to refer to COVID 19 as China Virus, indicating a balanced response in the ongoing geopolitical controversy over the issue between the United States and China
Bangladesh on March 18 handed over the list of 492,000 Rohingya to Myanmar for verification to facilitate their return to Rakhine State as per the Irrawaddy.
Except for the severe epidemic situation in Iran along the “Belt and Road”, there are less confirmed cases in most countries and are basically controllable.
In order to help friendly nations to overcome the novel coronavirus epidemic, China has begun to formulate a 'One Province to Cover One Country' plan.
In case of a community spread the challenge for South Asia will be a significant health emergency given the relatively limited resources of health care available.
Deepening Comprehensive Strategic Cooperation between the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the People's Republic of China
Visit by Pakistan’s President Dr Arif Alvi to China was the first by any global leader after the country has come out of the COVID 19 emergency
Even as the United States and China are engaged in an ugly diplomatic spat over issues related to COVID 19, in Asia India and China are engaged in strengthening relations with partners.
Despite risk of Pakistan’s Establishment – Army and ISI scuttling the move, Prime Minister Modi’s initiative to possibly revive SAARC has become imperative given economic challenges
Travel and tourism including hotel and transportation, ...etc impacted with Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi and UP carrying the maximum burden
Parallel swearing in ceremonies by Ghani and Abdullah raises despondency but hopes alive for reconciliation in the coming fortnight
Return to violence, Afghan President's reluctance to release Taliban prisoners, President Trump's remarks that Taliban may return to power are markers that the peace agreement is floundering
India’s Ministry of External Affairs Official Spokesperson, Shri Raveesh Kumar elaborated on Indian response to the US and Taliban Agreement as well as the one between the Afghan government and the United States.
In Security Risks estimates published on 04 Feb a month before the ADB report it was estimated that Maldives is likely to face a major impact of Corona virus due to fall in tourism.
The ADB believes that the outbreak of COVID 19 will lead to, “sharp declines in domestic demand, lower tourism and business travel, trade and production linkages, supply disruptions, and health effects”.
Will India Surpass China if Allowed to Export Su-30 Fighters, IAF continues to be short and needs many third-generation aircrafts to replace MiG-21 as per the Chinese Expert
China signed contract for expressway project at Shahjalal International Airport
< PREV       

In case you come across any suspicious activity, any suspicious movement or have any information to tell to the Anti-Terror Squad, please take a note of the new ALL INDIA TOLL-FREE Terror Help-line '1090'. Your city's Police or Anti-Terror squad will take action as quickly as possible. Remember that this single number 1090 is valid all over india. This is a toll free number and can be dialled from mobile phones also. Moreover, the identity of the caller will be kept a secret.

Please try to make aware each and every citizen of india about this facility.

Helpline 1090