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  • Pakistan has main-streamed terrorism as statecraft: India

    Pakistan has main-streamed terrorism as statecraft: India

    “What is portrayed by Pakistan is actually state sponsored cross border terrorism. India reiterates that despite the continued proxy war and state sponsored cross border terrorism raged by Pakistan against the people of Jammu and Kashmir, the people of Jammu and Kashmir have reposed their faith in the Indian democracy.”

    India plans to enhance trade with Bangladesh

    India plans to enhance trade with Bangladesh

    Last week’s decision to resume border trade via West Bengal despite opposition from the Mamata Banerjee government will help increase Bangladeshi exports to India after a hiatus, said sources.

    Uyghur rights body asks UN to declare atrocities on community as genocide

    Uyghur rights body asks UN to declare atrocities on community as genocide

    The Campaign for Uyghurs has released a report titled ‘Genocide in East Turkistan’ in which it has highlighted how the Chinese government has persecuted Uyghurs. The report said that despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the Chinese government continues its oppression and persecution of Uyghurs.

    India-EU Summit on July 15 to focus on rule of law amid China's global belligerence

    India-EU Summit on July 15 to focus on rule of law amid China's global belligerence

    This will be India's first multilateral summit that will be held since Sino-Indian stand-off early May and also the first since the outbreak of Covid. Key European powers France and Germany had backed the Indian position during the stand-off with the French Defence Minister willing to visit India in near future to strengthen defence partnership.

    Trade multilateralism need to be sustained in post Covid world: Think-tank

    Trade multilateralism need to be sustained in post Covid world: Think-tank

    Drawing from the historical role that multilateralism has played in fostering global peace and stability, Rohinton Medhora, President of Canada-based Centre for International Governance Innovation, said that “Not just the decline in the volume of trade, we need to understand how that undermined the values of the multilateral trading system”

    PM KP Sharma Oli, Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda finding it tough to iron out differences

    PM KP Sharma Oli, Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda finding it tough to iron out differences

    Party central committee member Bishnu Rijal informed the media in Kathmandu about the postponement but refused to give any detail. It seems that until Oli and Prachanda iron out their differences, the meeting is unlikely to take place, said a standing committee member. Dahal has been demanding that Oli resign both as party chair and the prime minister, which the latter has refused.

    Myanmar to expedite India-backed infra projects

    Myanmar to expedite India-backed infra projects

    Myanmar’s all-powerful generals, who have controlled the country for decades, are upset with the Chinese strategy of arming rebel groups, including Islamic radicals. They are upset with China’s pressure on Myanmar to implement BRI projects despite the pandemic, ET has learnt.

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