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Regional Strategic Trends and Intellibrief 02 Dec

Intellibrief – India – Active COVID 19 cases fall below 100,000, Opposition unity remains in limbo as Mamata Banerjees spurs UPA 3, drop in violence in J & K and Left Wing Extremism. Sri Lanka Finance Minister in India for clearance of tranche. Pakistan Despite IMF relief of circular debt looms. Nepal – Former PM Oli holds reins in UML. Myanmar – 8000 plus soldiers police defect to opposition. Bangladesh bomb scare on MAA flight. Afghanistan NATO mulls lessons learnt.


· 16 countries pledge to provide Afghans with humanitarian aids

· NATO Went to Afghanistan to Prevent More Attacks: Stoltenberg


· No bombs found after thoroughly searching Malaysian Airlines flight: Dhaka Airport ED


· Yameen: Never touched State’s funds; I cannot be touched a next time as well


· Suu Kyi hit with new corruption charge

· ‘Over 8,000’ soldiers and police officers have joined the Civil Disobedience Movement, says defector group


· UML congress: Oli and his ilk form the nucleus of the party


· Monster of circular debt

· PM, cabinet members responsible for recovery of missing persons: IHC CJ

· President Alvi ratifies 31 bills passed in joint sitting of Parliament

Sri Lanka

· Sri Lanka PM meets with envoys of Islamic Countries

· Sri Lanka Finance Minister seeks ways to enhance economic cooperation with India


· Army to sport new, lighter combat uniform from January 15

· India’s cumulative vaccination coverage achieves nearly 125 Crore

· 6 COVID19 positive cases reported after screening 3476 passengers from 11 international flights from "at risk" countries

· Mamata sounds death knell for Congress-led opposition, says ‘no UPA’ after meeting Pawar

· Infiltration and Terrorist Attacks In J&K

· Drop in militancy-related incidents after Art 370 abrogation: GoI

· Two militants killed in gunfight in south Kashmir's Pulwama: police

· Maoist Violence Down By 70% From All-Time High In 2009: Centre To Parliament


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