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India returns apprehended PLA soldier to China: Here's what Geneva Conventions state on treatment of detainees
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India returns apprehended PLA soldier to China: Here's what Geneva Conventions state on treatment of detainees

India on Wednesday returned the apprehended PLA soldier to the Chinese military at the Chushul-Moldo border point after completion of formalities

'Seriously damaged trust': EU demands UK drop planned law overriding Brexit deal or face sanctions
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'Seriously damaged trust': EU demands UK drop planned law overriding Brexit deal or face sanctions

The British government announced this week that it plans to legislate to give itself the power to deviate from some of the provisions in the agreement about Northern Ireland trade.

'Biggest diplomatic blunder' say critics of Centre's invitation to EU MPs; India's stand that Kashmir is internal matter could be compromised
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'Biggest diplomatic blunder' say critics of Centre's invitation to EU MPs; India's stand that Kashmir is internal matter could be compromised

Two major debates have emerged from the Centre's decision to invite a delegation of European Union parliamentarians to Jammu and Kashmir, with the purpose of having them assess the situation on-ground after the abrogation of Article 370, which provided the restive region with a certain degree of autonomy.

Madi Sharma, the woman who facilitated Kashmir foreign delegation's visit also organised controversial trip of MEPs to Maldives
India

Madi Sharma, the woman who facilitated Kashmir foreign delegation's visit also organised controversial trip of MEPs to Maldives

Madi Sharma, who finds herself in the eye of the storm surrounding the controversy over a group of European parliamentarians visit to Srinagar, has been linked to a similar episode in the Maldives back in 2018.

'Invite for foreign delegation's visit to Kashmir sent just one week ahead, list of invitees kept 'top secret',' says Indian origin British MP
India

'Invite for foreign delegation's visit to Kashmir sent just one week ahead, list of invitees kept 'top secret',' says Indian origin British MP

Dinesh Dhamija, the Liberal Democrat MEP from London, told News18's Sanjay Suri that not many people were aware of the so-called private visit to Kashmir until a week before the tour took place.

EU MPs visit Kashmir: Lawmakers briefed on Pakistan's role in 'fuelling terrorism'; Opposition launches scathing criticism against Centre
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EU MPs visit Kashmir: Lawmakers briefed on Pakistan's role in 'fuelling terrorism'; Opposition launches scathing criticism against Centre

A delegation of 23 EU MPs arrived in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar on Tuesday for a “first-hand” assessment of the situation in the state, in the backdrop of a complete shutdown and clashes between people and security forces in several parts of the city and the Kashmir Valley.

European lawmakers visit Kashmir updates: Congress, PDP, NC slam Centre for rolling out red carpet to EU MPs
India

European lawmakers visit Kashmir updates: Congress, PDP, NC slam Centre for rolling out red carpet to EU MPs

European lawmakers visit Kashmir LIVE Updates: A senior UK politician claimed on Tuesday that the Indian government withdrew with little explanation an invitation to be part of the European Union delegation currently on a visit to Kashmir after he demanded to speak with local people without a police escort

'Not prepared to take part in PR stunt': EU parliamentarian Chris Davies claims India withdrew invitation to visit Kashmir
India

'Not prepared to take part in PR stunt': EU parliamentarian Chris Davies claims India withdrew invitation to visit Kashmir

A delegation of 23 MPs from the European Union reached Srinagar on Tuesday for a two-day visit during which they will be briefed on the situation by government officials and also meet a cross-section of local people.

SC allows deportation of Rohingya: Prashant Bhushan's arguments flawed as international laws hold no water in Indian courts
India

SC allows deportation of Rohingya: Prashant Bhushan's arguments flawed as international laws hold no water in Indian courts

On grounds of non-interference with the executive policy, the dualistic form of the State as well as the fact that India is non-signatory of the Refugee Convention, the Supreme Court is right in its judgment in allowing the deportation of the Rohingya refugees

Russia asks US to rethink shutting down Moscow's diplomatic properties, blames Washington for degrading ties
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Russia asks US to rethink shutting down Moscow's diplomatic properties, blames Washington for degrading ties

Russia demanded that the US rethink its shuttering of Moscow's diplomatic premises, insisting that Washington bore sole responsibility for worsening ties.

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India heaves a sigh of relief as ICJ tells Pakistan to put death sentence on hold
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Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India heaves a sigh of relief as ICJ tells Pakistan to put death sentence on hold

India on Thursday heaved a collective sigh of relief after the International Court of Justice put an hold to the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav, with political leaders hailing the order, and the former navyman's friends erupting in joy and bursting firecrackers.

Kulbhushan Jadhav case at ICJ: Former Indian naval officer safe for now, but Pakistani court system holds key
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Kulbhushan Jadhav case at ICJ: Former Indian naval officer safe for now, but Pakistani court system holds key

At the outset we need to note one important thing, the court has on Thursday not commented on the merits of India's case.

Pakistan sentences Kulbhushan Jadhav to death: Ajmal Kasab was treated better than so-called Indian spy
India

Pakistan sentences Kulbhushan Jadhav to death: Ajmal Kasab was treated better than so-called Indian spy

Jadhav pleading guilty to the charges levelled against him makes the entire process look dubious. Why would a person plead guilty to a death sentence?

No international law bars sale of products with Indian flag image
India

No international law bars sale of products with Indian flag image

There is no international law barring the sale of products including doormats with image of the Indian flag in other countries, but legal action can be launched against e-commerce sites .

Developed nations emitting more carbon than countries like India: CJI Thakur
India

Developed nations emitting more carbon than countries like India: CJI Thakur

Developed nations are emitting more carbon than developing countries like India, Chief Justice of India TS Thakur on Saturday said.

War crimes, illegal refugee returns marred 2015 human rights: Amnesty
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War crimes, illegal refugee returns marred 2015 human rights: Amnesty

At least 30 countries illegally forced refugees to return to places where they would be in danger last year, Amnesty said on Wednesday as it warned that many governments were brazenly breaking international law.

Less than 60 days for India to link Masood Azhar with Pathankot attack, says Pakistani expert
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Less than 60 days for India to link Masood Azhar with Pathankot attack, says Pakistani expert

Maulana Masood Azhar has been charged with being the mastermind of the 2 January Pathankot terror attack which left seven security personnel and six attackers killed.

IT dept to probe 90 from Mumbai named in black money list
India

IT dept to probe 90 from Mumbai named in black money list

The list includes people from several fields, including politicians, real estate developers and bullion traders.

BJP govt's lame excuses exposed by SC order, says Congress
India

BJP govt's lame excuses exposed by SC order, says Congress

Maken, meanwhile, said that the apex court order vindicates Congress's stand in the matter.