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UK Set For Vote Of A ‘Generation’

NEW DELHI: On Thursday, the United Kingdom will vote in a general election—the third in less than five years—that has been dubbed as one...

For Four Of India’s Immediate Neighbours, Beijing Is A ‘Partner Of Convenience’

NEW DELHI: An important study that collected data over a period of eight years in six South and Central Asian countries—Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka,...

Despite Cracks In U.S.-Europe Relations, Nato Will Survive

New Delhi: It’s no secret that the faultlines between the U.S and Europe are growing by the day, but the sharp exchange of words...

Russia-China Ties: Too Close For Comfort?

It’s a week since natural gas began flowing through a $55 billion pipeline running over 2,800 km from Siberia in Russia to China. Appropriately...

To Counter China, India needs NATO to function

NEW DELHI: French president Emmanuel Macron’s recent remark in which he called Nato ‘brain dead’ has prompted much speculation. The remark, which ironically became the...

Swiss Mission ‘Kidnapping’: Bid To Tarnish Gotabaya Image?

NEW DELHI: Was a local employee of the embassy of Switzerland in Sri Lanka briefly abducted by some unidentified men as is being claimed by...

‘The Army Is Our Defence Against All Adversaries’

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's army chief Lt. Gen. Shavendra Silva wears his badge with pride. The army he commands defeated and destroyed the Tamil rebels...

Afghanistan Remembers Murdered Humanitarian Dr Tetsu Nakamura

Courtesy Tolo News AFGHANISTAN: 73-year-old Japanese doctor humanitarian Tetsu Nakamura was killed in Nangarhar province along with five Afghans on the 4th of December. The...

‘Pakistan Sees Afghanistan Through India’s Lens’

Courtesy Tolo News NEW YORK: Since the summer of 2018, the United States has been negotiating a deal with the Taliban that would facilitate the...

Eye On India And Indian Ocean Region, Sri Lanka Looks To Spread Trade Wings

NEW DELHI: The Sri Lankans have a grouse against India, actually several. They complain that trade volumes at just around $5 billion are very...

We Are A Combat-Ready, Credible Force In Indian Ocean Region: India’s Navy Chief

NEW DELHI: How is the Indian Navy placed to take on challenges in its immediate waters and in the Indian Ocean Region? Is it...

U.S Rejoins Talks With The Taliban, Devil In The Detail

NEW DELHI: Talks with the Taliban are back on track. After a whistle-stop visit to Kabul, U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad officially...

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UK Set For Vote Of A ‘Generation’

NEW DELHI: On Thursday, the United Kingdom will vote in a general election—the third in less than five years—that has been dubbed as one...

For Four Of India’s Immediate Neighbours, Beijing Is A...

NEW DELHI: An important study that collected data over a period of eight years in six South and Central Asian countries—Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka,...

Despite Cracks In U.S.-Europe Relations, Nato Will Survive

New Delhi: It’s no secret that the faultlines between the U.S and Europe are growing by the day, but the sharp exchange of words...

Russia-China Ties: Too Close For Comfort?

It’s a week since natural gas began flowing through a $55 billion pipeline running over 2,800 km from Siberia in Russia to China. Appropriately...

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