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The afterglow from Trump's visit will remain 6.3.2020 Rediff: News
Modi may take satisfaction from his display of considerable political skill in managing a mercurial, temperamental and unpredictable US president and nudging him into uncharacteristic restraint and even carefully orchestrated remarks. This personal chemistry will come in handy if Trump returns as president in the November elections, says former foreign secretary Shyam Saran.
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SEE: India launches anti-tank missiles on Pak posts 6.3.2020 Rediff: News
India has adopted a tit-for-tat posture in replying to ceasefire violations by Pakistan, officials said.
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The Trump Visit: Why China will take note 28.2.2020 Rediff: News
'New Delhi and Washington are now on the same page, on dealing with growing Chinese assertiveness, across the entire Indo-Pacific region,' notes Ambassador G Parthasarathy, Chancellor, Central University of Jammu.
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India-US Roller Coaster Reaches New High 26.2.2020 Rediff: News
'Many said his visit was very risky. But mercifully, Air Force One has taken off from Delhi without Mr Trump stepping on anybody's toes,' notes Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
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'We will be paying the cost for decades' 26.2.2020 Rediff: News
'It is not just the police, but all agencies of governance that are progressively being 'captured' by the forces of Hindutva, led by the central government and by the governments of the states where the BJP has power.'
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'Forget trade or defence. Chemistry ab badhega!' 23.2.2020 Rediff: News
'It's the first-ever US presidential visit which is specially planned for India.' 'The standalone visit itself has achieved something already. Don't underestimate it.' Sheela Bhatt gives us an exclusive glimpse of what the Modi government hopes to achieve from Trump's visit.
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US-Taliban treaty: Why Pakistan is grinning 23.2.2020 Rediff: News
'Pakistan is determined to garner the peace dividends.' 'On the diplomatic front, this will be, principally, in terms of a revival of Pakistan's relations with the US,' notes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
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America's Taliban deal: What does it mean for India? 22.2.2020 Rediff: News
'Washington is well aware that the Haqqani group was responsible for terrorist attacks on the Indian diplomatic establishments in Afghanistan.' 'But today US self-interest dictates that Sirajuddin Haqqani's mainstreaming in Afghan political life and a potential elevation eventually to a leadership role at the national level is useful and necessary, since he can deliver peace,' notes Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
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Natural partners, unnatural times 22.2.2020 Rediff: News
'Even as discord over US-India trade and commerce colours diplomatic relations, defence relations between the two countries remain on a firm footing,' points out Ajai Shukla.
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Trump's visit: How will China react? 22.2.2020 Rediff: News
'While many Chinese policy makers dismiss the political, economic and technological component of US-India relations, they express caution on the defence-related ties which also happens to be a major driver in US-India relations,' explains China expert Srikanth Kondapalli.
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Pak must act against terror for talks with India: WH 22.2.2020 Rediff: News
Trump is encouraging a cooling of tension between India and Pakistan, the White House said on Friday.
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Trump on the campaign trail in India 17.2.2020 Rediff: News
'Another rejection of mediation between India and Pakistan will leave Mr Trump disappointed.' 'In that case, he is likely to point out the war-like situation on the border and press for direct talks which have been stalled on account of continuing terrorism from Pakistan,' notes Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
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'Amit Shah has provoked us' 29.1.2020 Rediff: News
'I have stopped going to college and instead come here to protest.' 'What is the point of going to college when you are unsure about your citizenship?' 'I am here to protest and save my future.'
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Pakistan's exit from FATF list puts India on the spot 27.1.2020 Rediff: News
If the FATF lets Pakistan off the hook, which is to be expected, it would signify a big boost to Pakistan's standing in the fight against terrorism. Delhi, on the other hand, loses the propaganda advantage, states Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
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SC to hear 143 CAA-related pleas on Wednesday 21.1.2020 Rediff: News
A bench headed by CJI Bobde is likely to hear a batch of 143 petitions. The apex court had on January 9 refused to entertain a plea seeking that the CAA be declared constitutional, saying the country is going through difficult times and there is so much violence that endeavour should be for peace.
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How Modi tried to manage China and Pakistan 17.1.2020 Rediff: News
'New Delhi showed itself willing -- at least for a period -- to tolerate the risk of conflict and to withstand Beijing's implicit and explicit threats.' 'But it also continued to try to cut some kind of deal with China to reduce tensions.'
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BJP MLA winning Muslims's trust on CAA, NRC 15.1.2020 Rediff: News
'Till the time we do not remove fear in the minds of Muslims of India, how will we achieve peace?' asks the Bharatiya Janata Party MLA from Gorakhpur, Radha Mohan Das Agarwal, who says he will resign as a member of the Uttar Pradesh assembly if any Indian Muslim of his constituency is evicted from the country during the Citizenship (Amendment) Act exercise.
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Imran Khan welcomes Modi's greetings on Pakistan National Day 23.3.2019 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Khan said time has come to begin a 'comprehensive dialogue' between the two countries.
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Modi sends greetings to Imran Khan on eve of Pak National Day 23.3.2019 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Imran Khan also tweeted PM Modi's message.
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'The danger of war has not passed' 14.3.2019 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'It is a tense border and there are numerous elements that keep these tensions alive.''India is willing to militarily respond if provoked.'
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