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China, Headline »

[14 Apr 2017 | No Comment | ]

by Kristin Huang in South China Morning Post, Apr 13, 2017, 10:34pm
A remote area in China’s Xinjiang is offering huge rewards to thwart terrorism, the latest authority in the region to give large cash incentives to help catch militants.
Altay, which is close to Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia, is offering up to 5 million yuan (US$725,000) for tip-offs, the prefecture’s police authority said in a statement on its social media account.
The rewards dwarf the 500,000 yuan rewards offered by the state security bureau in the capital Beijing to help catch foreign …

Bangladesh »

[14 Apr 2017 | No Comment | ]

Meherpur: Two people were killed reportedly in a ‘gunfight’ with police at Gangni upazila in Meherpur at midnight on Thursday.
Identities of the deceased, both aged about 25, could not be known immediately.
Police said miscreants opened fire on a patrol police team in Hariadaho village under Raipur union of the village, triggering a gunfight with the police that left two people dead on the spot.http://en.prothom-alo.com/bangladesh/news/145245/Two-killed-in-police-shootout

Headline, India Pak Ties »

[23 Nov 2016 | No Comment | ]

Pakistan’s continuing ceasefire violations on the Indian border and other uncalled for and illegal actions against Indian people for several months now have gone beyond “skirmishes“ and are grave enough for the international community to condemn these actions and warn the country’s leadership.

Ever since the surgical strike by the Indian Special Forces caught the Pak military and political leadership off guard and left them red faced, there has been a concerted effort to divert public attention from the humiliation by provocative actions against India.
One of the most notable has been …

India Pak Ties, Uncategorized »

[22 Nov 2016 | No Comment | ]

IS it brinkmanship or something more? With the decade-old ceasefire along the LoC already in tatters, India appears determined to find new avenues of provocation against Pakistan. Over the weekend, first an Indian submarine attempted to intrude into Pakistani waters, according to official accounts, and then a small Indian surveillance drone was knocked down after it strayed across the LoC, again according to official statements. While each incident may individually seem small and both sides will likely dispute what really occurred, it is alarming that incidents, especially one involving a …