Author: Eurasian Times

How Chinese Attempts To Undo India-Bhutan Relations Failed Miserably?

To further strengthen India-Bhutan Relations, the newly-elected third Prime Minister of Bhutan, Lotay Tshering is expected to visit India

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Indian Army Sets Foot in Maldives as India Bails-Out Maldives with $1.4 Billion Package

India and Maldives seem to be finally getting back on track and completing sidelining China. Indian Army and the

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US Missile Defence System in Japan, Russia Expects Clarifications From Tokyo

Is the deployment of the US Missile Defence System in Japan worrying Russia? Moscow expects Tokyo to respond quickly

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Failed in Kashmir, Pakistani Terrorists Eyeing Jammu For Terror Attacks?

The National Investigation Agency reported this after the quizzing many overground workers (OWGs) linked to Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad

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After India & Afghanistan, Conflict Foments on Pakistan’s 3rd Border with Iran

As EurAsian Times reported earlier, relations between Iran and Pakistan have become tense after six Pakistani soldiers were killed

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Indian Air Force To Procure 110 Fighter Jets To Thwart China and Pakistan

“The rest (of the required fighter jets) will be produced as per strategic partnership programme for which the RFI

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Saudi Balances Ties with India and Pakistan; But Will Not Interfere in Kashmir Dispute

King Salman said relations between the two brotherly countries were excellent at all levels. Meanwhile, Pakistan has received the

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How Will Rafale Fighter Jets Compete Against Chinese J-20 Jets at India-Bhutan-China Tri-Junction?

As EurAsian Times reported earlier, the Indian Air Force officers in Hasimara have written to the defence ministry seeking

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Russia Ready To Support India with Sensitive “Technology Transfer” in Defence Sector

“The magnitude and the extent of military and technical cooperation speak about the unprecedented level of trust between India

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India-ASEAN Nations Keen To Re-Build Historical Ties By Unrestricted Movement Across the Border

India-ASEAN relations are rooted in shared heritage and civilizational linkages. Hinduism and Buddhism have had a very strong cultural and

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