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India schemes trade sanctions on Turkey after palm oil row with Malaysia

India plans to impose heavy sanctions on Malaysia and Turkey

India plans to impose heavy sanctions on Malaysia and Turkey India vows trade battle with Malaysia and Turkey after their remarks on Kashmir. The Indian government is planning to put more trade curbs on Malaysian imports after Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad made remarks against the implementation of the CAA bill in India. The trade between India and Malaysia has already taken a hit after India

Australian PM to Cancel His Visit to India amid Bushfire Havoc

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Australian PM Scott Morrison “feels inclined” to cancel his visit to India under media pressure and public anger following the bushfire chaos across the nation. As it becomes increasingly difficult to rein in the raging bushfire in South Australia, the Australian Prime Minister feels “inclined” to cancel his impending visit to India. The Australian

India makes strategic move with Madagascar

India makes strategic move with Madagascar

India makes strategic move with Madagascar The Indian Foreign Affairs makes a bold and sneaky move by appointing a defence attaché to Madagascar. According to the latest reports from the MEA, India has commissioned a defence attaché to the island of Madagascar. It is a significant move on behalf of India who wants to spread its reach further towards the West African

Where is the US-China Trade War headed to?

Ambiguity pertaining to the US-China trade negotiations continue as a new deal is expected.

Ambiguity pertaining to the US-China trade negotiations continue as a new deal is expected. The trade war between the US and China might come to an end soon in the coming days as both sides have come up with preliminary agreements. It has been a year and a half since the US and China; the two major economies of the world have been head-to-head

UK urges for UN access to Chinese detention camps in Xinjiang

UK calls for UN access to Chinese detention camps in Xinjiang region.

UK calls for UN access to Chinese detention camps in Xinjiang region. The UK has urged China to give “immediate and unfettered access” to United Nations observers to detention camps in Xinjiang region.  China is accused of keeping more than a million people from the Uighur community and other Muslim minorities without trial. The matter picked up pace after foreign office

Malaysia warn Rohingya against fleeing from Bangladesh

Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency intercepted Rohingya refugees.

Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency intercepted Rohingya refugees. Malaysia has become home to more than 100,000 Rohingya refugees. The state constitutes second-highest number of Rohingya after Bangladesh. They have started paying people smugglers for fake travel documents and, most braving the Andaman Sea on rickety boats. Mohammed Imran once used to be the most influential Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Then

Afghan Taliban frees two Western prisoners

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a conference

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a conference On Tuesday, the Afghan Taliban released American and Australian university professors. They were held hostage for more than three years. Taliban is in the process of completing a delayed prisoner swap resulting in raised hopes for a revival of peace talks, Afghan, US and Australian officials said. In August 2016, America’s Kevin

Huawei gets 90-days license extension

File photo of President Donald Trump

File photo of President Donald Trump After adding Huawei to an economic blacklist in May, the US Commerce Department has allowed it to purchase some American-made goods. Besides, the USA has also extended its license by 90-days. The extension aims to minimize disruption for its customers as many of them operate networks in rural America. On Monday, the Trump administration issued

Israeli settlements aren’t illegal says Trump administration

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in news conference

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in news conference The US has shifted its position on Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank. The Trump administration, no longer views them as inconsistent with international law. An Image showing West Bank Settlements. The recognition of Jewish settlements constitutes a major policy shift by Trump administration. Importantly, the administration announced that it no longer believes the Israeli

Prince Charles visits Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

This Prince Charles’s 10th official visit to India.

This Prince Charles’s 10th official visit to India. On Wednesday, Prince Charles visited Gurudwara Bangla Sahib in Delhi. Importantly, he is on a two-day trip to India. Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) gave him a warm welcome. Importantly, the committee honoured him and bestowed a 'Siropa' (a robe) on him. Moreover, he interacted with the Sikh community and paid obeisance at the

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