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India, Pakistan and Kashmir: All that was said at the UN General Assembly session

Sep 22, 2016

India, Pakistan and Kashmir: All that was said at the UN General Assembly session

In the wake of the Uri attack, India has vowed to isolate Pakistan internationally in forums such as UN as a strategic response. Whereas, Pakistan's efforts of internationalising the Kashmir dispute seems to have has gained no support, amid fears of isolation. #India #China #US #Pakistan #Taliban #Afghanistan #Kashmir #UN #Nawaz Sharif #Ban Ki-moon #Balochistan #Hizbul Mujahideen #UNGA #MJ Akbar #Burhan Wani #Sarwar Danish
Uri attack: Both India and Pakistan have nuclear bombs, why is only India anxious?

Sep 22, 2016

Uri attack: Both India and Pakistan have nuclear bombs, why is only India anxious?

Hostility was on display again on 18 September, when eighteen Indian soldiers were killed and dozens wounded in an attack on the Indian Army camp at Uri, planned, sponsored and executed by Pakistan. Each time, we have prior intelligence input. Each time, we wait. Each time, we do not engineer a response. #India #Lashkar-e-Taiba #Pakistan #Taliban #ISI #Jihad #Narendra Modi #Pervez Musharraf #ConnectTheDots #Kashmir #history #Nawaz Sharif #Jammu Kashmir #Kargil #nuclear #Uri #Jaish-e-Muhammad
Response to Uri terror attack will be constrained by India's need to be 'responsible'

Sep 20, 2016

Response to Uri terror attack will be constrained by India's need to be 'responsible'

In the aftermath of the Uri attack, the government has received plenty of unsolicited advice from retired military officers, the self-proclaimed strategic analysts, and thousands on social media #Lashkar-e-Taiba #Taliban #InMyOpinion #Nuclear weapons #Balochistan #Jaish-e-Mohammad #Uri Attack #26 November 2008 attacks #Uri terror attack #covert action
US 'friendly fire' kills eight Afghan policemen battling Taliban: officials

Sep 20, 2016

US 'friendly fire' kills eight Afghan policemen battling Taliban: officials

A US air raid has killed eight Afghan policemen who were battling the Taliban, officials said Monday, the first apparent "friendly fire" incident since American forces were given greater powers to strike at insurgents. #United States #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Nato #Uruzgan
Gunmen kill three army soldiers in northwestern Pakistan

Sep 18, 2016

Gunmen kill three army soldiers in northwestern Pakistan

Two gunmen on a motorcycle killed three soldiers Sunday near the northwestern city of Peshawar, police said. #Pakistan #Taliban #NewsTracker #Peshawar #Jamaatul Ahrar #Pakhtunkhwa province
India accuses UN of letting Taliban leader Mawlawi Akhundzada off the hook

Sep 15, 2016

India accuses UN of letting Taliban leader Mawlawi Akhundzada off the hook

Demanding that the Security Council find ways to reverse the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan, India has accused the UN committee on Taliban of allowing the terror group's leader Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada to escape responsibility. #India #Terrorism #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #UN
Ashraf Ghani in New Delhi: Time for India to step up military aid to Afghanistan

Sep 14, 2016

Ashraf Ghani in New Delhi: Time for India to step up military aid to Afghanistan

When Afghanistan’s president Ashraf Ghani meets Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Wednesday, the background to their talks will be quite different from the one during Ghani’s visit last year #Taliban #Narendra Modi #CriticalPoint #Ashraf Ghani #India-Afghanistan relations #Afghanistan Pakistan Trade and Transit Agreement
Heavy fighting around government buildings as Taliban breach southern Afghan city

Sep 08, 2016

Heavy fighting around government buildings as Taliban breach southern Afghan city

The Taliban stormed into Tarin Kot Thursday, triggering heavy fighting around government buildings as panicked residents scrambled to flee the capital of southern Uruzgan province, the latest city to be targeted by insurgents. #Taliban #NewsTracker #afghan #Uruzgan #Tarin Kot
Taliban threaten to overrun another Afghan city, third provincial capital in recent weeks

Sep 08, 2016

Taliban threaten to overrun another Afghan city, third provincial capital in recent weeks

On Wednesday the Taliban toppled security outposts on the edge of the southern Afghan city of Tarin Kot, officials said, threatening the third provincial capital in recent weeks. #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Lashkar Gah