Author: The Economic Times

China’s going to have to tighten its belt if it wants OBOR to be a success

China's just-completed conference touting its Belt and Road initiative certainly looked like a triumph, with Russian President Vladimir Putin

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Nuclear MoU: Government makes Russia sweat before PM Narendra Modi – Vladimir Putin meet

India has warned Russia that it will stall cooperation with its foreign partners for development of its civil nuclear

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Israel to maintain strong military ties with US

Israel will maintain strong military ties with the US, the country's Defense Minister said on Wednesday.

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CPEC could destroy Pakistan economy and society

The China-Pakistan-Economic-Corridor (CPEC) -- flagship project under the mega One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative -- is not merely

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Nuclear MoU: Government makes Russia sweat before PM Narendra Modi – Vladimir Putin meet

India has warned Russia that it will stall cooperation with its foreign partners for development of its civil nuclear

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Government tells NITI Aayog to draw a road map for ailing Air India

Amid the dilemma over spending Rs 50,000 crore on health, education or airline, the government has tasked NITI Aayog

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Nuclear MoU: Government makes Russia sweat before PM Narendra Modi – Vladimir Putin meet

India has warned Russia that it will stall cooperation with its foreign partners for development of its civil nuclear

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UN chief Antonio Guterres watching tensions between India, Pakistan closely: Stephane Dujarric

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is watching the rising tensions between India and Pakistan very closely and reiterates the

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China-Pakistan water pincer against India: As part of CPEC, mega-dams are planned in Gilgit-Baltistan

China, which is working to re-engineer the trans-boundary flows of rivers originating in Tibet, has taken its dam-building frenzy

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China-made hi-tech `spy’ drones seized in Bengaluru

Ten drones that can fly at 6,000 metres with a half-kg payload and are equipped with an advanced satellite

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