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China has the ability to seriously challenge the stable and open international system: The US Secretary of State

Tony Blinken said that in order to win the global economy, the US needed to push back unfair trade practices of China

‘No more appeasement of the Communist regime in Beijing’: US removes self-imposed restrictions on interactions with Taiwan

Hailing Taiwan as a 'vibrant democracy' and a 'reliable partner', Pompeo emphasised that all 'self-imposed' restrictions would be lifted.

Singapore declares lockdown: Here is why the Wuhan Coronavirus is so deadly and why it is not ‘just the flu’

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong declared a near-total lockdown of the country on Friday to curb the spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus.

UNSC members snub China’s attempt at raking up Kashmir issue, maintain that Kashmir remains a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan

Once again in a span of five months, China, nudged by Pakistan, held an informal consultation on the Kashmir issue at United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in New York.

Pakistan claims Russia invited Imran Khan to the EEF in September. No we did not, says Russia

The Eastern Economic forum has been meeting since 2015 to discuss business and investments in Russia's far east region. Putin had also mentioned in his recent address to Kremlin that PM Modi and Japan's Shinzo Abe will be attending the EEF this year.

Why can’t Pakistani Hindus go to Europe or America as refugees if Syrians and Rohingyas can?

Countries like Canada and Sweden welcome refugees who are persecuted, but why do Pakistan Hindus fail to get this helping hand?

US, France, others back India’s right to self-defence even as Pakistan cries foul over its airspace violation

Many globals powers refrained from siding with Pakistan and have defended India's right to self-defence, while also calling for restraint.

31 illegal Bangladeshi immigrants caught at Guwahati Railway Station

Guwahati Railway detained 31 illegal immigrants en route to Bangladesh who had come to India through fraudulent means.

India elected to UN Human Rights Council with the highest number of votes

In January, India will join 46 other countries as fellow members in the UN's top human rights body.

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