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We're not 'a banana republic' says Saudi Arabia, demands apology from Canada for demanding release of Saudi women's rights activists
In August, Saudi Arabia froze new trade with Canada, blocked grain imports, expelled Canada’s ambassador and ordered all Saudi students home after Ottawa called for the release of activists detained for urging more rights for women.
Indus Waters Treaty: Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says disputes should be resolved as per provisions of agreement
The disputes between India and Pakistan over the Indus Waters Treaty can be resolved within the context of the agreement itself, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said
Sino-India standoff could be part of China's larger strategy to change status quo gradually: US expert
In the South China Sea context, observers have focused on China's 'salami-slicing' tactics of smaller changes to the status quo, and that over time add up to something strategically significant."
NPAs is not an insurmountable problem, Jaitley said
Top US experts have expressed concern over Pakistan's decision to give death penalty to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav as they warned that Islamabad wants to send a "strong message" to India against isolating it on the world stage.
The "controlling influence" of Pakistan Army and intelligence services on Islamabad's "core state policies" is unlikely to allow any strategic shift in its ties with India, a top expert on South Asia has suggested.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday cautioned the US against hasty withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday rejected any need for outside arbitration to resolve the vexed issue of India's boundary dispute with China.