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World is watching how India treats Hindu nationalist tendencies: Report - Economic Times;

World is watching how India treats Hindu nationalist tendencies: Report - Economic Times

Economic TimesWorld is watching how India treats Hindu nationalist tendencies: ReportEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: A key US intelligence report has painted a bright outlook for India as the fastest growing economy in the next five years, but has said that the world is watching how it deals with “Hindu nationalist impulses” that are “sparking increased ...and more »

China's Pakistan project: a geopolitical game-changer - Daily Mirror;

China's Pakistan project: a geopolitical game-changer - Daily Mirror

Daily MirrorChina's Pakistan project: a geopolitical game-changerDaily MirrorChina's One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative is carving out new pathways across the Eurasian continent, signifying Beijing's ambitions to remake the world around it. This project, if implemented, will fundamentally change China's role and relationships ...and more »

China not to sit idle if India sells missiles to Vietnam, warns state media - Daily News & Analysis;

China not to sit idle if India sells missiles to Vietnam, warns state media - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisChina not to sit idle if India sells missiles to Vietnam, warns state mediaDaily News & AnalysisAny moves by India to step-up military ties with Vietnam to counter China will create "disturbance" in the region and Beijing will not "sit with its arms crossed", state media said on Wednesday, taking exception to a report that New Delhi plans to sell ...and more »

India-China Trade Ties at Risk if Strategic Tensions Continue - Sputnik International;

India-China Trade Ties at Risk if Strategic Tensions Continue - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalIndia-China Trade Ties at Risk if Strategic Tensions ContinueSputnik InternationalChina's promise to meet India's growing demand for infrastructure funding is at risk if military rivalry forces Beijing to withhold some of the investment earmarked for India. India's mobile surface-to-air missile defense system Akash is displayed ...and more »

China Likely to Pressure Vietnam to Stop Supply of India-Made Akash Missiles - Sputnik International;

China Likely to Pressure Vietnam to Stop Supply of India-Made Akash Missiles - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalChina Likely to Pressure Vietnam to Stop Supply of India-Made Akash MissilesSputnik InternationalVietnamese ruling party's leader Nguyen Phu Trong is likely to be under pressure during his visit to China over an agreement on supply of India's Akash medium-range mobile surface-to-air missiles between New Delhi and Hanoi, according to media reports.and more »

Why our Agni V launch fired up China - Hindu Business Line;

Why our Agni V launch fired up China - Hindu Business Line

Hindu Business LineWhy our Agni V launch fired up ChinaHindu Business LineChina has become increasingly assertive in recent years. It is not prepared to accept any challenge to its dominance. When India first tested its three stage Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Agni V on April 20, 2012, China's reaction was remarkably ...and more »

ET Defence Bulletin: Stories you should not miss (January 11, 2017) - Economic Times;

ET Defence Bulletin: Stories you should not miss (January 11, 2017) - Economic Times

Economic TimesET Defence Bulletin: Stories you should not miss (January 11, 2017)Economic TimesNEW DELHI: Below is a list of the top defence stories of today. India 1) Saab says it is keen on making India a global hub for next-gen fighter jets. ET Defence Bulletin: Stories you should not miss (January 11, 2017). 2) Army demands all-weather ...and more »

China likely to pressure Vietnam leader to stop missile deal with India - Times of India;

China likely to pressure Vietnam leader to stop missile deal with India - Times of India

Times of IndiaChina likely to pressure Vietnam leader to stop missile deal with IndiaTimes of IndiaBEIJING: Vietnam leader Nguyen Phu Trong, who arrives in Beijing on Thursday, will be under pressure to call off reported negotiations with India for purchase of a missile system, sources said. The Indian media has reported that Hanoi is in discussion ...and more »

China says it will not sit idle if India sells missiles to Vietnam - India Today;

China says it will not sit idle if India sells missiles to Vietnam - India Today

India TodayChina says it will not sit idle if India sells missiles to VietnamIndia TodayGlobal Times, the mouthpiece of the Communist Party of China (CPC), has threatened India once again, after its sabre-rattling and economic supremacy rants aimed at demeaning the successful test launches of Agni V and Agni IV missiles by India recently.and more »

Does Pakistan Have a Second Nuclear Strike Option in Place? - Sputnik International;

Does Pakistan Have a Second Nuclear Strike Option in Place? - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalDoes Pakistan Have a Second Nuclear Strike Option in Place?Sputnik InternationalPakistan has claimed the establishment of a nuclear triad against India with Babur-3 but a lot of details have remained undisclosed. New Delhi (Sputnik) — In a public statement, Pakistan's Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) announced that the ...and more »

Why Indias nuclear missile tests are giving sleepless nights to China - DailyO;

Why Indias nuclear missile tests are giving sleepless nights to China - DailyO

DailyOWhy Indias nuclear missile tests are giving sleepless nights to ChinaDailyOThe underlying reason for Beijing's discomfort is New Delhi's attempts at seeking strategic equivalence with it. 12481. POLITICS. | 6-minute read | 11-01-2017 · Arun Sahgal · @brigarunsahgal · Share. Two back-to-back Agni IV and Agni V missile tests ...and more »

Achieved Second Nuke Strike Capability With Sub-Launched Cruise Missile: Pak Army - Defenseworld.net;

Achieved Second Nuke Strike Capability With Sub-Launched Cruise Missile: Pak Army - Defenseworld.net

Defenseworld.netAchieved Second Nuke Strike Capability With Sub-Launched Cruise Missile: Pak ArmyDefenseworld.netPakistan has claimed successful second strike capability with the launch of a submarine-based cruise missile that can carry nuclear missiles upto a 450 km range on Monday. Second strike capability means that Pakistan can respond to a nuclear strike on ...and more »

China Won't 'Sit With Arms Crossed' If India Sells Missiles To Vietnam: Chinese Media - NDTV;

China Won't 'Sit With Arms Crossed' If India Sells Missiles To Vietnam: Chinese Media - NDTV

NDTVChina Won't 'Sit With Arms Crossed' If India Sells Missiles To Vietnam: Chinese MediaNDTVAny moves by India to step-up military ties with Vietnam to counter China will create "disturbance" in the region and Beijing will not "sit with its arms crossed", state media said today, taking exception to a report that New Delhi plans to sell ...and more »

Nuclear powers should be careful in missile tests: US - Pakistan Today

Nuclear powers should be careful in missile tests: USPakistan TodayUS State Department spokesman John Kirby has said that we were aware of Pakistan's Cruise missile Babur-III tests. Holding a press conference, John Kirby directed the atomic powers including Pakistan to be careful in missile testing. He also warned ...and more »

Has PM Narendra Modi's 'isolate Pakistan' plan failed? Forbes claims 'terror state' beat India in geopolitics - Financial Express;

Has PM Narendra Modi's 'isolate Pakistan' plan failed? Forbes claims 'terror state' beat India in geopolitics - Financial Express

Financial ExpressHas PM Narendra Modi's 'isolate Pakistan' plan failed? Forbes claims 'terror state' beat India in geopoliticsFinancial ExpressNarendra Modi government's efforts to push diplomatic isolation of Pakistan globally for sponsoring terrorism doesn't seem to have been fruitful as desired if a recent Forbes article is to be believed. By: Rajeev Kumar | New Delhi | Updated: January 11 ...and more »

US urges nuclear states to exercise restraint - The Nation

US urges nuclear states to exercise restraintThe NationWASHINGTON - The United States has called on nuclear weapon States to exercise restraint regarding the use and testing of their nuclear capabilities, while stressing the need for building confidence-building measures. “We continue to urge all States ...and more »

Pakistan successfully conducts first test fire of Babur-3 SLCM - Naval Technology;

Pakistan successfully conducts first test fire of Babur-3 SLCM - Naval Technology

Naval TechnologyPakistan successfully conducts first test fire of Babur-3 SLCMNaval TechnologyPakistan has confirmed the successful test firing of a submarine-launched cruise missile (SLCM), Babur-3, from an undisclosed location in the Indian Ocean. The Babur-3 missile, which was fired for the first time from an underwater, mobile platform, ...and more »

Don't stir up troubles: Chinese media warns India over Vietnam ties - Hindustan Times;

Don't stir up troubles: Chinese media warns India over Vietnam ties - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesDon't stir up troubles: Chinese media warns India over Vietnam tiesHindustan TimesPrime Minister Narendra Modi (R) with President of the national assembly of Vietnam Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan at a meeting in New Delhi in December, 2016. (PTI file photo). China will not sit quietly if India boosts military ties with Vietnam to counter ...and more »

A friend in need – India's arms sales to Vietnam make sense - Asia Times;

A friend in need – India's arms sales to Vietnam make sense - Asia Times

Asia TimesA friend in need – India's arms sales to Vietnam make senseAsia TimesThe growing relationship between New Delhi and Hanoi is one that offers strategic advantages to both sides. How China reacts remains to be seen. By Helen Clark January 11, 2017 6:06 PM (UTC+8). Share · Tweet · Linkedin; Print; Email; Share 0; Comment ...and more »

In Its Nuclear Race With India, Pakistan Catches Up - STRATFOR;

In Its Nuclear Race With India, Pakistan Catches Up - STRATFOR

STRATFORIn Its Nuclear Race With India, Pakistan Catches UpSTRATFORThe Babur-3 submarine-launched nuclear-capable cruise missile is test-fired in the Indian Ocean on Jan. 9. In its ongoing nuclear race with India, Pakistan is searching for the second-strike capability that the Babur-3 could provide. (REUTERS) ...and more »