China’s military provokes its neighbors, but the message is for the United States
With the world distracted by the coronavirus pandemic, China’s military has encroached upon its neighbors’ territories on several fronts throughout the spring and now into summer, flexing its military might in ways that have raised alarms across Asia and in Washington.
India looks to store cheap oil in United States
India's plan could be similar to a move by Australia, which last month said it would build up...
Help from United States is "wishful thinking" by India: Global Times ups the ante
The Global Times article coincides with reports on how alli...
Democrat Vice President hopeful reaches out to India on Indo-Pacific partnership
The Indo-Pacific is a key priority area for the US Armed Forces, falling under the authority of the United States Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM), unified combatant command responsible for enhancing stability in the Asia-Pacific region, the statement said.
India continuing to show it won't back down from China's aggression: Nikki Haley on app ban
A couple of days after New Delhi banned apps with Chinese links, Republican leader and Indian American Nikki Haley said that India was continuing to show that it won't back down from a Chinese aggression. India on Monday banned 59 apps with Chinese links, including the hugely popular TikTok and UC Browser, for engaging in "activities which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order".
Use of social media to foment inter-religious tensions in India is a concern for law enforcers: Report
Commenting on the role of the National Security Guard (NSG), the sole federal contingency force, the report said “NSG’s rapid response capability is challenged relative to India’s geography and the NSG’s independent logistics capacity.”
Why China's aggressive rise as a superpower spells bad news for India
This ambition poses particular problems for India as China is increasingly determined to assert its position in the world, even if it means rubbing a lot of countries the wrong way simultaneously.
India wins 184 out 192 votes to enter UN Security Council
India’s term will begin from January 2021. Delhi’s priorities include effective fight against terror and reformed multilateralism as its aims to boost its status as a major power.
US welcomes nation's tallest statue of Hindu deity Hanuman in Delaware
The United States got its tallest Lord Hanuman statue, built in Delaware. The 25-feet tall statue, weighs around 45 tonnes and costs more th...
US Navy says, 3 Aircraft Carriers deployed in the Pacific 'not in response to any world or political events'
Commander Reann Mommsen, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Navy's Seventh Fleet told ANI in an exclusive interview that "operating three carrier strike groups in the Pacific is not in response to any political or world events and is proof of the high state of readiness of the United States Navy."
Donald Trump government sues to block ex-aide John Bolton's book
The Department of Justice alleged in its suit, filed in federal court in Washington, that publication of the book risks "compromising national security" through revelation of classified information that Bolton had access to during his turbulent 17-month stint in the White House.
United States: 1 Police officer dead, 1 wounded in Louisiana shooting
Police say a shooting in Louisiana's capital city has left one veteran police officer dead and another officer wounded and fighting for his ...
Trump describes coronavirus as 'invisible enemy', says America will defeat it
The COVID-19 pandemic that started from China last December has so far killed 116,000 Americans and over two million have tested positive.
Global coffee stocks to reach 6-year peak on rising output, USDA reports
The report sees exports growing, but at an insufficient pace to offset increasing offer in the market.
Amid US tension, Iran builds fake aircraft carrier to attack
The faux foe, seen in satellite photographs obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press, resembles the Nimitz-class carriers that the U.S. Navy routinely sails into the Persian Gulf from the Strait of Hormuz, its narrow mouth where 20% of all the world's oil passes through.
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