Terrorism Monitor For the last few years, the Pakistan Army has been slowly but surely drifting away from fighting the war on terror and placing more stress on building its capabilities to fight its archrival, nuclear-armed India. The process was…
According to the first media reports, at least 20 people were killed and dozens injured in Dantewada city in Chhattisgarh state in central India on Monday when a suspected Maoist rebel detonated a landmine under a bus.
Following three days of clashes between Hindus and Muslims that left one person killed and 80 others wounded, since Monday night government imposed a curfew in the Muslim-majority old part of the southern city of Hyderabad, police officials said on Tuesday.
NEW DELHI, India (AFP)— Russia and India signed an agreement Friday for the construction of as many as 16 Russian nuclear reactors at three different sites in India, Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov said.
March 11 (Bloomberg) — Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin arrives in New Delhi tonight to fend off competition from the U.S. and Europe to supply arms and nuclear energy to India.
US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director Leon Panetta warned on Tuesday that India and Brazil face “emerging threats” from Al-Qaeda and Taleban despite the fact that terrorist outfits weakened after military offensive against them in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
DUBAI: China may replace India in the proposed IPI gas pipeline project as New Delhi has been dithering over the deal, a media report has said.
VOA: The South Korean leader said the decision by both countries to establish a strategic relationship is a ‘significant development,’ and will help peace and stability in Asia.
Security measures in all major airports of India have been strengthened following the intelligence reports of hijack plans by groups linked to Al-Qaeda, the interior ministry stated on Friday. “We have alerted our civil aviation security people against a possible…
New Delhi, 20 Jan. (AKI) – Pakistan and India need to work together to combat the threat from Al-Qaeda in the South Asia region, US defence secretary Robert Gates said on Wednesday. Speaking on a visit to India, Gates drew…