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India – A Vibrant Democracy and A Pluralistic Society

If India persists in its pursuit of building and consolidating its infrastructure, keeps the society cohesive and harmonious, and stabilizes predictable consistency in policy formulation and implementation, a brighter future can be ensured for its future generations.

Harnessing Space Technologies in India

On June 11 this year, India's Prime Minister Narendra...

Seventy-Five Years of India’s Progress

Seventy-five years of free India are replete with stupendous...

Tribal Farmer Woman Drags Water to Farms

Barren land Blooms in 100 villages Jaipur, India...

As Ukraine Pushes Forward, U.S. Officials Give Update

Ukrainian government officials are trumpeting the success of their...

Queen Elizabeth II Dies At Age 96

Washington, DC - The longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth...

Newsroom

Biden Administration Tries to Categorize White Supremacy as ‘International Terrorism.’

Washington, DC – In the recently concluded (Sep 19-23) Global...

We Will Not Have Democracy Until Iranian and Afghan Women Have Freedom and Dignity: Masih Alinejad

The killing of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini by Iran's so-called...

As Ukraine Pushes Forward, U.S. Officials Give Update

Ukrainian government officials are trumpeting the success of their...

Queen Elizabeth II Dies At Age 96

Washington, DC - The longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth...

Counterview: The Gorby Factor and India

The Soviets offered the latest military weapons, including Soviet AWACs, with a carte blanche for other equipment, and India accepted it.

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अल कायदा अध्यक्ष अयमान अल-जवाहिरी अमेरिकी ड्रोन हमले में मारा गया

वाशिंगटन, डीसी - अमेरिका और सहयोगी सैनिकों के अफगानिस्तान...

US-India
Diplomacy

US Deputy Treasury Secretary Adeyemo: India and the US are Indispensable Partners

Washington, DC - Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Wally Adeyemo...

Eric Garcetti: India Vital to Future of American Security and Prosperity

Washington, DC - Testifying in front of the Senate...

Dr. Kurt Campbell: The Critical, Crucial Member In the Quad is India

Washington, DC - During an event hosted by the...

US Joins the International Solar Alliance

Glasgow, Scotland - US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate...

Secretary Blinken Shows Support for Religious Freedom, Tibet

New Delhi – In his first visit to India...

Secretary of State Blinken Travels to India

Washington, DC – US Secretary of State Antony Blinken...

South and Central Asia

Bitter Days

Before any protest, before I said anything, I would read through my will and say goodbye to my family because I was going down a path that might have no return.

Letter to President of India From the Brave Women of Afghanistan

We hope that one day a  "Murmu” will appear in our weary land, and as the First Native Female President, she will lay the foundation of equality and freedom for Afghanistan and the world.

Governance ‘Dashboards’ in Digital India

The Good Governance Index of 2021 by NITI Ayog, the public policy think tank of the government, measured the Indian states on ten sectors and 58 indicators.

Blasphemy Allegations Claim Another Life in Pakistan

A Sri Lankan factory manager in Sialkot, Pakistan was...

Diaspora

MQM USA Protests Against Continued Oppression of Mohajirs in Pakistan

Washington, DC – The Muttahida Quami Movement USA (MQM...

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Letter to President of India From the Brave Women of Afghanistan

We hope that one day a  "Murmu” will appear in our weary land, and as the First Native Female President, she will lay the foundation of equality and freedom for Afghanistan and the world.

Pope’s Long-Awaited Apology for Indian Residential Schools in Canada is a ‘First Step’

Jeremy M. Bergen, University of Waterloo Pope Francis fulfilled the...

Judge Rejects Motion to Dismiss Defamation Claim

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has rejected a...

Pakistan Remains on FATF’s Grey List: Two Action Plans Need to Be Completed Before its Status Is Reassessed

Washington, DC: The global terrorist hub of Pakistan continues...

The Consequences of Myanmar’s Coup

Renowned writer William Gaddis said, “Power doesn’t corrupt people,...

Israel – Palestine Conflict: US Coordinating with Egyptians and others for Ceasefire Efforts

Washington, DC – The United States on Friday (May...

Where is Tibetan Panchen Lama?

New Delhi - April 25, 2021, marks the 32nd...

US Refuses to Comment on Turkey-Pakistan-China Nexus

Washington, DC – The United States has no comments...

Defense

Indian Navy Commissions India’s First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier ‘INS Vikrant’

The INS Vikrant, India’s second operational aircraft carrier and the largest warship ever built in India, is the result of 17 years of construction and tests.

Indo-Pacific Is the Priority Region for DoD’s Global Posture Review

Washington, DC - Briefing the press on the recently...

Dr. Kurt Campbell: The Critical, Crucial Member In the Quad is India

Washington, DC - During an event hosted by the...

Rep. Dan Crenshaw: Afghan Withdrawal Has Serious Global Consequences for Our Allies

Washington, DC - Over the past two decades, the...

Pentagon Explains Military Assistance to Azerbaijan as Biden Waives Ban

Washington, DC – The United States listed a few...