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India's military chief concerned about U.S. pullout from Afghanistan
World

India's military chief concerned about U.S. pullout from Afghanistan

  • General Bipin Rawat says that the worry was “disruptors” would step into the space created by the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan
  • India’s big worry is that instability in Afghanistan could spill over into its Muslim-majority territory of Kashmir
Published 15 Apr, 2021 04:16pm
Secret India-Pakistan Ceasefire Talks Brokered by the UAE
World

Secret India-Pakistan Ceasefire Talks Brokered by the UAE

  • A day after military chiefs from India and Pakistan made an unprecedented joint-agreement to respect their original ceasefire agreement from 2003, reportedly a top diplomat from the United Arab Emirates subsequently visited New Delhi for a brief one-day visit.
  • The India-Pakistan ceasefire was the culmination of secret talks behind closed doors brokered by the Gulf state over the course of months.
Updated 22 Mar, 2021 12:11pm
Indian police seize PIA balloon in IIOJK
World

Indian police seize PIA balloon in IIOJK

  • An aircraft-shaped balloon with 'PIA' written on it landed in Sotra Chak village of Hiranagar sector yesterday (Tuesday) evening.
  • “The balloon was taken into custody by police: Jammu and Kashmir Police,” ANI reported.
Published 10 Mar, 2021 03:41pm
Talk about peace
BR Research

Talk about peace

Economy and security are intrinsically linked. So the economic observers, too, were taken by a positive surprise ...
Published 03 Mar, 2021 07:40am
UN welcomes Pakistan, India's 'positive step' on LoC ceasefire
Pakistan

UN welcomes Pakistan, India's 'positive step' on LoC ceasefire

  • "The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is encouraged by the joint statement issued by the militaries of India and Pakistan on their agreement to observing the ceasefire at the Line of Control in Kashmir and engaging through established mechanisms," a statement said.
  • The President of the UN General Assembly, Volkan Bozkir, also welcomed the agreement between Pakistan and India, saying that this accord has set an example for others and demonstrates the General Assembly's value.
Published 26 Feb, 2021 11:47am
Pakistani, Indian DGMOs agree for strict observance of all agreements, cease firing along LoC, other sectors immediately
Pakistan

Pakistani, Indian DGMOs agree for strict observance of all agreements, cease firing along LoC, other sectors immediately

  • In the interest of achieving mutually beneficial peace, the two DGMOs agreed to address each other's core issues and concerns 'which have propensity to disturb the peace and lead to violence'.
  • The two sides also reiterated that existing mechanisms of hotline contact and border flag meetings will be utilised to resolve any unforeseen situation or misunderstanding.
Published 25 Feb, 2021 12:04pm