Author: Kautilya

PLA , Indian Army clashed in Ladakh

London: Chinese Ministry on Wednesday said that they were unaware of PLA entering Indian territory. It has also said that they believe in peace along the borders. According to media reports , approximately 15 PLA army personal on Tuesday 15th of August tried to trespass in to the Indian territory along banks of the Pangong lake in Ladakh. Indo- Tibetan border guards asked them to withdraw from the area but PLA refused. Despite repeated warnings when they didn’t stop,  ITBP stopped them from entering in to Indian territory by forming a human chain. The stand off lasted for about...

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India suspends all trade with North korea

London: On Friday July the 7th , 2017 India joined the international community and expressed concerns over North Korea’s missile test. And Indian Ministry Of External Affairs has released a strong worded statement condemning North Korea’s ICBM program. North Korea launched a ballistic missile on 4th July , interestingly the day America celebrates Independence day. MEA said “North Korea’s continued pursuit of nuclear& ballistic missile programmes and proliferation links pose grave threat to international peace. They also impacted India’s national security, call upon North Korea to refrain from such actions that undermine international peace,” reported by ANI. India and...

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CPEC is all about expanding China’s growth.

London: Dubbed as project of the century. CPEC is the cornerstone of OBOR or One belt one road initiative. China’s dream of reviving ancient silk road network is slowly taking shapes.China Pakistan friendship highway runs from China’s Kashgar to Pakistan’s Gwadar port. Over 800 miles long highway is the spinal cord of the project. For China , CPEC is the crown jewel of its OBOR project. China has already invested billions of dollars and according to media reports will reach well over $60 bn by 2019. Project was Inaugurated on 22nd May, 2013 so far has been party operational. According to Pakistani officials this...

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Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif has been ousted.

London: In a historical ruling Pakistan’s supreme court issued an order to remove Prime minister Nawaz Sharif from his post.  Five member panel reached verdict unanimously in the Islamabad court.  Following the verdict, PM Sharif resigned from all responsibilities even though he still denies any wrong doings. Last year Mr. Sharif told the Parliament that he and his family acquired those assets legally before entering the politics. Court was investigating Mr. Sharif’s family wealth following Panama Paper case linking Mr. sharif’s family owned offshore accounts. There were 17 PM before him. No Pakistani PM has ever completed a full five year...

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