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Hong Kong is fighting for its own rights. Protesters in Kashmir want to take away the rights of other people. There is no comparison.
Hong Kong Solidairity March Taken Out by Tibetians in New Delhi
Choksi is currently in Antigua. The Indian government is pressing for his extradition.
With this latest order, the total attachment in this case against the absconding diamantaire is about Rs 4,744 crore
Earlier, India had made a request for the provisional arrest of the disgraced businessman.
The NBA fiasco: The Chinese threat to the Liberal World Order and the opportunities it presents to India
Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey tweeted in support of the Hong Kong protesters, China lashed out, NBA distanced itself and Morey issued a grovelling apology
With the tax cuts announced yesterday by Modi government, India’s corporate tax rate on manufacturers is now among the lowest in the world, comparable or even lower than business paradise destinations like Hong Kong or Singapore.
QNet: All you need to know about the scam, the company’s association with Times Group and bonhomie with Congress leaders
QNet, formerly known as QuestNet, GoldQuest and QI Limited, is a Hong Kong-based multi-level marketing (MLM) company founded in 1998 by Vijay Eswaran and owned by the QI Group
After years of silence, US govt finally tells Afghan allies to act against institutionalized pedophilia: Read what ‘Bacha Bazi’ is
Bacha Bazi is a custom in Afghanistan and is extremely normalized. The US has, thus far, ignored the rampant pedophilia among its allies.
TikTok is owned by a Chinese company called ByteDance which is often touted to be the world’s most valuable start-up.
“Pair up and Become Family”: China forces Uyghur Muslim women to sleep with govt officials to ‘promote ethnic unity’
China makes Han Males sleep with Uyghur Muslim women whose husbands are locked in 'reeducation camps'
When they shout “Afzal hum sharminda hain, tere qatil zinda hain”, Neelkanth Ganjoo’s fate is what they mean
Neelkanth Ganjoo had sentenced JKLF founder Maqbool Bhat to death in 1968.
India among 10 most improved economies, jumps 14 places to reach 63rd rank in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings
India, which was ranked 77th among 190 countries in the previous Ease of Doing Business ranking, has shown an improvement of 23 places compared to its position in 2018.
Madhya Pradesh STF nabs tiger poacher Yarlen alias Jasrat who killed sloth bears and ate their genitals to enhance sexual power
Yarlen admitted that he became a poacher at 15 and has since killed several tigers, sloth bears, hundreds of wild boars and peacocks.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed signed a peace deal with Eritrea in July last year, which ended a nearly 20-year military stalemate with its neighbouring country following their 1998-2000 border war.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and cartoon character Winnie the Pooh: Here’s why the fictional teddy bear was banned in China
President Xi Jinping does bear some uncanny resemblance to Winne the Pooh.
Twitter has suspended 4,258 accounts which employed fake names tweeting mostly about Yemen and Qatar.
Report by Silk Road Associates and Baker McKenzie: 5 possible scenarios of China and OBOR’s future and how it can cost $800 billion
The report published on Wednesday outlines 5 possible scenarios that could unfold in the future for China and OBOR depending upon the prevailing geopolitical circumstances.
A turning point for The Lancet: The medical journal is using Healthcare as an instrument of politics
Very interestingly, both these publications in British Journals came barely hours after related events in the UN Security Council on August 16th.
Kashmir's struggle since the formation of the Moslem Conference of Jammu and Kashmir in 1932 has been for the Islamist cause
Data reveals Cafe Coffee Day owner VG Siddhartha may have been under debt of up to Rs 11,000 crore: Report
After 36-hours of an intense search for the Cafe Coffee Day owner VG Siddhartha, his body was finally found in the backwaters of the Nethravati river at Hoige Bazaar, Mangaluru on July 31.
Vivek Doval appears in court for his criminal defamation case against Jairam Ramesh and Caravan magazine
"My father (Ajit Doval) has no relationship with any of my companies. To the best of my knowledge, my father has never been part of any commercial activity", says Vivek Doval
India needs to stand together with the Tibetan people who have reposed their faith in India’s leadership for the last 6 decades and fight for the diplomatic rights of the Tibetans which are acknowledged in the 1961 UNGA resolution.
This was Nirav Modi's second attempt to seek bail after his arrest on March 20, 17 months after he fled India.
ED files supplementary chargesheet: Nirav Modi’s sister helped divert Rs 1201 crores through shell firms
Since the fraud came to light, the agencies have been in relentless pursuit to extradite the fugitive Nirav Modi, back to India
Indo-Pak tension: Several flights flying over Pakistan return or divert route to avoid Pakistani airspace
As per flight tracking data, several flights flying over Pakistani airspace have returned, or diverted to avoid Pakistani airspace
Quite an eventful day for the Indian airports
China: Communist student activists go ‘missing’ for supporting workers’ rights, raising fears of crackdown
Under Chinese President Xi Jinping, Beijing has increasingly cracked down on all forms of dissent
The ED had moved the special court in Mumbai requesting permission for ‘immediate confiscation’ of about 7000 crores worth assets of Nirav Modi
Fugitive industrialist Vinay Mittal extradited from Indonesia for bank frauds worth over Rs 40 crore
Vinay's extradition can be ascribed to India's agile diplomacy
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