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India Suffers Losses in border skirmish with China

According to a statement by the Indian Armed Forces, released today, June 16, during an “fierce clash” with Chinese troops in the province of Ladakh, an Indian officer and two soldiers were killed. “A brutal clash with the victims occurred on Tuesday night. The irretrievable losses of the Indian side include an officer and two […]

Social disharmony stokes risks to Indian economy

Op-Ed By Azhar Azam – Mr. Azam works in a private organization as “Market & Business Analyst” and writes on geopolitical issues and regional conflicts.   In 2014, the ruling Indian Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) intoned the slogan “One India, Great India” and won election by disseminating its manifesto that pledged to stabilize economy, control inflation, revive […]

MAJOR: India and Pakistan Authorities Meet to Agree on De-escalation Steps

Officials of India and Pakistan have held a major meeting today with the aim of de-escalating tensions, the first meeting since the sharp deterioration of relations between the two countries around the disputed region of Kashmir. The meeting of representatives of the two South Asian countries, both being nuclear powers, became more proof that bilateral […]

Pakistan-India Standoff and the Shadow of Clash of Civilizations – Part-II

By Sabtain Ahmed Dar, exclusively for FRN Sabtain Ahmed Dar is a Pakistan-based political analyst and a research fellow at the Department of Political Science, Punjab University. He specializes in Pakistan affairs and geopolitics, specifically the US strategy in the Middle East and South Asia. He also writes for Fort Russ News and his analysis can also […]