Ayanangsha Maitra

Architect of Kargil war, fugitive Pakistani President Pervez Mushrarraf no more

His tenure as Pakistani PM carried the taint of various controversies and misadventures.

Egyptian strategic expert proposes I2U2 to induct Egypt

India, Egypt are both civilisational states with distinct national identities, says an Egyptian expert

Egypt is force multiplier for India: Egyptian strategic expert

Egypt viable for India’s defence manufacturing; Gateway to Africa, West Asia markets, says expert

EXC: Why is Jacinda Ardern stepping down

A former poll campaigner for Jacinda Ardern says the outgoing New Zealand PM’s attempt to juggle too many things resulted in the mishandling of issues

Taiwan to navigate Indo-Pacific beyond security

Constantly under threat by China’s provocative moves, an anxious Taipei is contemplating ways to capitalise on the Indo-Pacific doctrine politically, economically and strategically

Japanese PM Kishida re-writing mentor Abe’s Russia playbook: Scholar

PM Kishida’s upcoming visit to the US and G-7 summit later this year will mark a significant change in Japan’s foreign and defence policies amid growing threats posed by China, North Korea

Shootout at Kurdish cultural centre: Paris shooter was on bail, French party calls it racist attack

Violent protests erupted in Paris after a gunman killed three people at a Kurdish cultural centre and a Kurdish cafe in central Paris on Friday

Sanction-torn Belarus to send relief to flood-hit Pakistan

Under sanction for its support to Russia in Ukraine crisis, Belarus comes in aid of Pakistan reeling under the aftermath of the flood

Israel Demands Joint Probe In Journo Killing

  NEW DELHI: Claiming that the slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Aqla was injured by Palestinian gunfire and not by Israel Defence Force (IDF), Israel urged Palestine to investigate the incident through a ‘joint pathological investigation’. Shireen Abu Aqla succumbed to bullet injuries during an operation by IDF, Israeli Security Authority and Israel Border

MoS Lekhi’s Visit Provided Fresh Momentum To Ties With Panama, Honduras & Chile: MEA

NEW DELHI: Minister of State for External Affairs and Culture Meenakshi Lekhi’s recent visit to Panama, Honduras and Chile provided fresh momentum to India’s ties with them, MEA said on Sunday. “The visit to Panama, Honduras and Chile provided fresh momentum to India’s relations with these countries in central and south America,” MEA stated on