New Delhi, May 31 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Prime Minister of Nepal K.P. Sharma Oli at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Friday. (ANI Photo/R. Raveendran)
Ice-Breaker In Strained Ties

The anxiety that India is losing control in the Subcontinent is not new. Time & again, it has been proven that India’s relations with its neighbors will always be about carefully managing the inevitable difficulties that arise.

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The Banned Dowry system in Pakistan

In some cultures of south Asia, when a couple is married, the bride or her family pays a certain amount of money or property to the groom known as “Dowry”. In other words, it is the price that the family of the groom demands to admit the bride to their household.

Saudi king, in first UN speech, assails longtime nemesis Iran

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman delivered a scathing attack on Iran in a speech to the UN General Assembly, urging the international community to find a “comprehensive solution” to what he called Tehran’s “sponsorship of terrorism”.

Controversial farm laws triggered huge Farmers’ protest in India

Decades of crippling debt, drought and falling income have hit India‘s countryside hard and left the future of Indian farming in jeopardy. Recently, thousands of Indian farmers are demanding government intervention to help check dwindling farm income. In this regard, they began 10-day protests on Friday

NIA raids allegedly Al Qaeda operatives in India

In a significant breakthrough, the National Investigation Agency, (NIA) conducted searches and raids at Ernakulam (Kerala) and Murshidabad (West Bengal) in the wee hours of Saturday and arrested nine suspected terrorists for their alleged association with Pakistan-sponsored module of the Al-Qaeda in the country.