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Sikkim standoff: China will look to exploit any chinks in India-Bhutan stand on Doka La
India

Sikkim standoff: China will look to exploit any chinks in India-Bhutan stand on Doka La

As the Doka La standoff continues, the endgame for the three nations looks increasingly vague.

Boycott of nuclear treaty: India reiterates commitment to non-discriminatory, verifiable nuclear disarmament
India

Boycott of nuclear treaty: India reiterates commitment to non-discriminatory, verifiable nuclear disarmament

India on Tuesday said it was committed to non-discriminatory and verifiable nuclear disarmament, nearly a week after it along with some other nuclear powers like the US, China and Pakistan boycotted the negotiations on a treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons in New York.

US-Russia fail to agree over Syria; Rex Tillerson says low level of trust between two countries
World

US-Russia fail to agree over Syria; Rex Tillerson says low level of trust between two countries

The rift between Washington and Moscow was laid bare as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian President Vladimir Putin failed to ease deepening tensions over Syria.

US House denies legislations which seeks to cut down Pakistan's funding
World

US House denies legislations which seeks to cut down Pakistan's funding

Noting that Pakistan was "playing everybody", Poe said they "take our money, it goes through ISI, and it ends up in the hands of the Taliban and Afghanistan that is killing Americans".

US, Japan, South Korea urge meaningful denuclearisation
World

US, Japan, South Korea urge meaningful denuclearisation

The US, Japan and South Korea Wednesday called for "meaningful" steps on denuclearisation by Pyongyang in exchange for better ties with them, Xinhua reported

We will be more transparent with the world: Iran's president-elect
World

We will be more transparent with the world: Iran's president-elect

Iran's president-elect Hassan Rouhani said Monday that his country would try to be more " transparent" in its nuclear issue to "build confidence".