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    Chinese Media Warn India of All Out War from Kashmir to Sikkim

    In a fresh warning to India on Tuesday, Chinese state media said that China can go on an “all out” confrontation along the entire around 4000-km Line of Actual Control (LAC) that spreads from Ladakh to Kashmir.

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    Pak Lawmakers question Raheel Sharif's role in Saudi military alliance

    Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, speaking on the matter, had told the Senate that the ToRs governing the operations of the Islamic military alliance had not been finalised as yet.

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    'China doesn't fear war with India'

    China is battle ready and not afraid to go to war with India in an "all-out confrontation" along the entire disputed border, a Chinese daily warned on Tuesday.

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    India Will Face ‘Embarrassment’ if Troops Not Withdrawn: Xinhua

    Firing a fresh salvo against India over the ongoing standoff at the Sikkim border, China on Saturday said there is ‘no room’ for negotiations and the only solution is the withdrawal of Indian troops.

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    Panama Papers case: Pakistan SC resumes hearing against Nawaz

    Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Monday began hearings that will decide the future of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is fighting for his job and contesting a damning corruption report by an investigative panel.

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    China holds military drill near Indian border

    China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has held “live-fire drills” in Tibet, close to the India’s border in Arunachal, to practice quick movement of troops and destroy enemy aircraft, the state media has said.

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    India’s SC orders probe into extrajudicial killings in Manipur

    India’s Supreme Court on Friday directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to open an investigation into the alleged extrajudicial killings by the Indian Army, Assam Rifles and police in the insurgency.

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    ‘150 Saudi officers helped Daesh in Mosul battle’

    Saudi Arabia had dispatched more than 100 intelligence officers to Mosul to join the Takfiri Daesh militants and direct them in battles against Iraqi government forces and allied fighters from Popular.

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    India rejects China's offer on Kashmir, says ready for dialogue with Pak

    In what could be seen as a virtual snub to China for offering to mediate in the long-pending India-Pakistan issue, including Kashmir, the Modi government said on Thursday its stand of bilaterally resolving

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    'India developing nuclear arsenal with focus on China'

    Two top American nuclear experts have said that India's nuclear strategy is experiencing a shift as it is now modernising its nuclear arsenal with a focus on China rather than its traditional rival Pakistan.

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    Seven Hindu pilgrims killed in Kashmir attack

    Seven Hindu pilgrims, most of them women, were killed in a gunbattle that erupted in Indian Kashmir on Monday following two militant attacks on police, stoking outrage and protests nationwide.

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    Chinese expert warns of troops entering Kashmir

    A Chinese expert has argued that his country's troops would be entitled to enter the Indian side of Kashmir by extending the logic that has permitted Indian troops to enter an area which is disputed by China and Bhutan.

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    Modi, Xi hold talks at BRICS meet

    Amidst a chill in ties over border row, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping met on Friday, and "had a conversation on a range of issues" on the sidelines of a BRICS leaders meeting.

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    Indian Kashmir tense ahead of rebel leader's killing anniversary

    In a crowded hospital in India-held Kashmir, a 17-year-old student is recovering from gunshot wounds, one of thousands of civilians injured in protests against Indian rule that have exploded since the death.

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    India, Israel Ink 7 Pacts During PM Narendra Modi's Historic Visit

    India and Israel on Wednesday signed seven agreements to step up cooperation in key sectors like space, agriculture and water conservation after Prime Minister Narendra Modi held in-depth talks with his Israeli.

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    Tel Aviv yatra: Pakistan watches Modi’s Israel visit closely

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu along with his entire cabinet went to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport to receive Modi in a rare gesture previously reserved only for US presidents.

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    Netanyahu Welcomes 'Friend' Modi, Says 'Waited for Long'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his “path-breaking” visit to Israel on Tuesday, with his counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu extending an extraordinary welcome and asserting that “even sky is not the limit”

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    Pak dismisses Salahuddin as global terrorist, says it's US decision, not UN

    Pakistan on Monday dismissed the US designating Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin a "global terrorist", saying it was not a UN decision but a move by the Trump administration to "appease" India.

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    Iran Supreme Leader Tells Judiciary to Pursue Global Issues

    Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei Monday called on Iran’s Judiciary to pursue issues like Kashmir and Myanmar legally and adopt official position on such international issues.

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    Cow vigilantism spikes in Modi’s regime

    Muslims were the target of 51 per cent of violence centred on bovine issues between 2010 to 2017 and comprised 86% of 28 Indians killed in 63 incidents, according to an IndiaSpend content analysis of the English media.

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    Modi set to become first Indian PM to visit Israel

    Narendra Modi becomes the first Indian prime minister to visit Israel when he arrives on Tuesday, the result of growing ties that have led to billions of dollars in defence deals.

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    China-India standoff:Delhi pushes more troops to border

    Face-offs between Chinese and Indian troops over road construction on the borders of a 269-sq km plateau in Bhutan claimed by China has sparked off what experts are describing as the worst crisis.

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    Border face-off: China and India each deploy 3,000 troops

    The ongoing troop face-off between India and China on the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction has emerged as the biggest such confrontation in the region in decades, with both sides continuing to pump.

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    In a day, four people lynched by mob in India

    In three separate incidents, four people were lynched in the Indian states of Bihar and Jharkhand on Thursday. In Jharkhand, a man was lynched in Dumka district for allegedly raping and murdering an 8-year-old girl.

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