"Our Relationship with India is Growing"

Saud M. Al-Sati, ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, discusses foreign policy and other matters in an interview with Hardnews
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Major Western leaders snub China’s New Silk Road summit?

While China has portrayed the New Silk Road as a genuine effort to share the bounty of China’s economic development, many Western countries are concerned about transparency in the project a

America strikes again, drops 11 tonne explosives on IS base in Afghanistan

Hardnews Bureau

US detonated its largest non-nuclear weapon ever to have been used in combat in a targeted strike on IS controlled caves and tunnels in Afghanistan. President Trump calls the mission ‘successful’
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Venezuela: Is the Demand for Self-Determination so Hard?

Abeer Kapoor

After the Supreme Court of Venezuela took over the National Assembly, protestors have taken to the streets all over the country, creating an environment that has led to sanctions from neighbouring countries and possibilities of an intervention from the US
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

Syria: A pre-meditated escalation by US

Sanjay Kapoor

The applecart in the Syrian conflict has once again been upset after the US made its first direct strike against the Assad regime
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Migrants in Turkey pray for return to Syria

Tuvan Gumrukcu

REYHANLI: Ahmad Mustafa fled northern Syria to Turkey four months ago, badly injuring his hand along the way.

Rohingyas: The people nobody wants

As the Rohingya crisis has turned from a humanitarian disaster to a full-fledged genocide, the places that have offered refugees from Rakhine safe harbour are also becoming wary of them
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Attack on Nigerians: Diplomatic row escalates, Dean of African Envoys summoned

While asserting that the action taken by the government can’t be termed inadequate, the government said that there was no need to involve the UN as India has democratic and judicial platforms for securing justice
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Will Bangladesh and India seal deals to ward off the dragon?

As Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s first bilateral visit to India in seven years draws closer, there is increased anxiety on both sides over the Teesta pact and a host of other agreements that are on the table
Sanjay Kapoor Dhaka

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