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PM Modi calls for comprehensive reform of UN
PM Modi calls for comprehensive reform of UN

India and several countries’ stand is the UN should reflect today’s realities and address contemporary challenges and for this, it needs to be reformed

India and China agree to stop sending more troops to frontline, refrain from changing situation on LAC
India and China agree to stop sending more troops to frontline, refrain from changing situation on LAC

Both countries held sixth round of military-level talks to resolve the standoff between the two sides since early May

It’s time to unmask Pakistan for its crime against minorities
It’s time to unmask Pakistan for its crime against minorities

Taking into consideration the abduction of a Sikh girl, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) summoned a senior official of the Pakistan High Commission

Four of five permanent members support India for permanent UNSC seat: Minister
Four of five permanent members support India for permanent UNSC seat: Minister

India is contesting against Brazil, South Africa, Germany and Japan to win a permanent seat in UNSC.

After video of Chinese soldiers ‘crying’, war of words breaks out between Chinese and Taiwanese media
After video of Chinese soldiers ‘crying’, war of words breaks out between Chinese and Taiwanese media

The Taiwanese media mocked the video, saying Chinese soldiers were crying due to fear of deployment on the India-China border

India-Japan Moon Mission gathers pace, ISRO forms study group
India-Japan Moon Mission gathers pace, ISRO forms study group

Considered as another milestone in India-Japan bilateral relationship, joint mission Lunar Polar Exploration (LPE) will be launched after the year 2023

Good time to develop deeper business links with the Arab world, says senior MEA official
Good time to develop deeper business links with the Arab world, says senior MEA official

Economic engagement is the most vibrant aspect of the growing relations between India and the Arab world

India-Bangladesh relations get a boost as New Delhi proposes air bubble with Dhaka
India-Bangladesh relations get a boost as New Delhi proposes air bubble with Dhaka

India and Bangladesh have emerged as strong neighbours with India providing all possible assistance to Dhaka to meet its requirements

India launches first ever cargo ferry service with Maldives
India launches first ever cargo ferry service with Maldives

In a landmark development in regional connectivity, a direct cargo ferry service was, for the first time, launched between India and Maldives on Monday.

India will like globalization based on fairness and equality in post-Covid world: Foreign Secretary
India will like globalization based on fairness and equality in post-Covid world: Foreign Secretary

Disputes should be resolved peacefully and no nation should interfere in the affairs of other countries, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla believes

Indian, Chinese military officials holding talks to discuss 5-point disengagement process
Indian, Chinese military officials holding talks to discuss 5-point disengagement process

The on-going military-level talks between India and China are considered important for a strategy to resolve tension on the LAC

Corruption charges against Asim Bajwa taint Pakistan Army’s image
Corruption charges against Asim Bajwa taint Pakistan Army’s image

The growth of the Bajwa family’s multimillion dollar empire mirrors his career in the Pakistani Army

India signs air bubble pact with Canada, makes inter-country travel easier
India signs air bubble pact with Canada, makes inter-country travel easier

Airlines have been given detailed guidelines about passengers who are eligible to travel

India, US likely to sign pact to share geospatial intelligence during 2+2 dialogue in Oct
India, US likely to sign pact to share geospatial intelligence during 2+2 dialogue in Oct

The agreement will enable both sides to exchange information including geophysical, geomagnetic and gravity data

Killing in the name of blasphemy is routine in Pakistan: Exiled leader
Killing in the name of blasphemy is routine in Pakistan: Exiled leader

The law against blasphemy in Pakistan which dates back to the British Raj was first introduced in 1860 and subsequently amended in 1927

India hands over two trains to Nepal, rail services between the countries to begin from December
India hands over two trains to Nepal, rail services between the countries to begin from December

The track has been built in three phases and the 35 kilometres long Jaynagar and Kurtha rail link is a part of the first phase

Disinformation

Bangladeshi daily NewAge misrepresents FS Shringla’s Dhaka visit, gets caught in own web of lies & obfuscation
Bangladeshi daily NewAge misrepresents FS Shringla’s Dhaka visit, gets caught in own web of lies & obfuscation

An article in NewAge is an ugly example of misreporting with falsehoods, factual errors, and half-truths

Bangladeshi daily’s ‘mischievous’ report on India, goes against merits of journalism
Bangladeshi daily’s ‘mischievous’ report on India, goes against merits of journalism

While distorting facts, ‘Bhorer Kagoj,’ Bengali-language newspaper of Bangladesh reported that India handed over second hand locomotives to Dhaka

Pak Foreign Minister Qureshi is wrong on the Chabahar project
Pak Foreign Minister Qureshi is wrong on the Chabahar project

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi claimed that Iran scuttled its Chabahar project with India because Tehran was uncomfortable with New Delhi’s stand on several issues

Videos

India now has air bubble arrangements with 13 countries for international travel
India now has air bubble arrangements with 13 countries for international travel

Canada is the latest country with which India has entered into a bilateral air bubble arrangement

PM Modi and Saudi King discuss COVID-19, bilateral issues
PM Modi and Saudi King discuss COVID-19, bilateral issues

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also thanked Saudi Arabia for its leadership of the G20 grouping

Infographics

Khalistan a ‘pet project’ of Pakistan, says Canadian think tank
Khalistan a ‘pet project’ of Pakistan, says Canadian think tank

Report by Macdonald-Laurier Institute reveals how Pakistan has played the nasty game of fostering terror since the 1980s

Rafale jets to add more firepower to Indian Air Force
Rafale jets to add more firepower to Indian Air Force

The French fighter aircraft has proven its worth in combat missions in Afghanistan & Libya over the past decade