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US diplomat visited Srinagar ahead of interlocutor’s appointment by New Delhi: Report

Saturday, November 11, 2017

A United States diplomat visited Srinagar and met three state ministers and civil society activists less than three weeks before the New Delhi appointed Dineshwar Sharma an interlocutor to initiate dialogue on Jammu and Kashmir, a media report said Saturday.

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Indian commandos in Israel for 2-week long Blue Flag military drills

Thursday, November 9, 2017

India is looking to boost its special forces capabilities, including cross border and counter-terrorist operations, during a two-week military drill with the air forces of Israel and eight other nations in what is the largest such exercise in Israeli history.

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India asked to probe 2,080 unmarked mass graves in Kashmir

Saturday, November 4, 2017

The state-run human rights commission has told the India to investigate at least 2,080 unmarked mass graves discovered in border areas of the Indian-held Kashmir, Al-Jazeera has reported.

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Israel’s top army commander visits Indian army base in J&K

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Israel's Chief of Ground Forces Command Major General Yaakov (Kobi) Barak has visited the the Indian Army's Northern Command in Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur district.

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US seeks India’s help to ‘keep an eye’ on Pakistan

Friday, October 20, 2017

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has said that India can help the United States in keeping an eye on Pakistan, as Washington cannot tolerate any government that shelters terrorists.

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Rulers in Muslim countries fail Rohingya Muslims

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

The Rohingya Muslims are facing another genocide at the hands of the Myanmar regime and machete-wielding Buddhist vigilantes. More than 425,000 have been forced to flee to squalid refugee camps in Bangladesh in three weeks. They did not choose to do so; they were forced to flee because the heavily armed Myanmar soldiers and Buddhist vigilantes have made clear the Rohingya have no place in Myanmar.

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