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The Bangladesh government is in a fix. While the government wants to shift some of the Rohingya refugees from the Cox’s Bazaar to Bhashan Char, a remote, uninhabited island situated 21 nautical miles away from the shore.

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India is one of the three countries – the other two being Pakistan and China – that continues to expand its nuclear arsenal, making the sub-continent one of the most volatile places in the world, says a new report.

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With the publication of the final list of National Register of Citizens (NRC) around the corner, the Assam Government is planning to set up ten more detention centres in the State.

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Indian peacekeepers serving with the UN Mission in South Sudan have been commended by the world body and local communities for their vital help in repairing roads and providing solar lamps to a hospital.

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Intelligence sources have issued alert to the security establishment that terrorists are planning to target the Israeli citizens and their establishments in Delhi and also at other places.

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Despite the strain in ties between India and Pakistan, Prime Ministers of the two countries had a brief conversation on the sidelines of the SCO summit.

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A day after five CRPF personnel were killed in an attack in South Kashmir’s Anantnag, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik held a high-level security meeting and reviewed the security arrangement for upcoming Amarnath Yatra as the spot falls on the Yatra route.

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo plans to use Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election campaign slogan — “Modi hai to mumkin hai” — to explore new frontiers of bilateral relations during his upcoming India visit during which he expects discussions on a host of issues, including trade.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping told Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday that India and China "do not pose threats" to each other as he expressed Beijing's willingness to join New Delhi in pushing forward a closer development partnership between the two sides.

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The Trump administration wants the Indian government to swiftly condemn the acts of violence based on religion and hold the perpetrators accountable, a top official told lawmakers here, underlining that this will help boost India's security and economic interests and strengthen India-US ties.

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