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North Korea standoff: Is war an option?

'The world may be desirous of peace, but not Kim Jong-un.''Should we then accept the old adage that to maintain peace, we should be prepared for war?' asks Rajaram Panda. Part I: North Korea......

In photos: What happens when a trillion-tonne iceberg breaks loose from Antarctica

And why YOU should worry about it. Photograph: John Sonntag/NASA The Larsen C rift -- seen from NASA's DC-8 research aircraft, during an Operation IceBridge flight -- in November, 2016. In 2014, a......

'Will use military force if we must': US warns North Korea over nuke test

The US also blasted China and Russia for not joining hands with the international community in their efforts to combat the North Korean threat.   The United States has warned of using military......

India to receive 98% monsoon, forecasts IMD

The monsoon is likely to be better than earlier expected, according to the Met department which revised its initial forecast today, upgrading it marginally. The India Meteorological Department......

After his latest missile, what does Kim want?

'Pyongyang's strategy seems to be a cry to be treated as equal with the US and Beijing and this aspiration is premised on equipping itself with weapons as devastating as theirs,' says Rajaram......

Realty sector sees top-level churn

The managing directors of at least two companies, Indiabulls Real Estate and Peninsula Land, quit recently. So did the real estate heads of two property funds, Indiareit and Everstone Capital. They......

The biggest ports of India

India, one of the biggest peninsulas in the world, has a long coastline spanning 7,600 kilometres. The Government of India planning to invest about $20.8 billion in 276 projects which are part of......

Why Kochi has an exciting future

This small town on the south-west coast of the Indian peninsula was the site of the first European colonial settlement in India by the Portuguese, way back in 1503. Kochi (Cochin) was occupied by......

War is fine, not the flu

Business travellers from India don't mind flying over the war zone if they can avoid the peninsula of the mystery pneumonia. An increasing number of travellers are opting to fly over Europe and......

China pledges $124bn for Silk Road, terms it 'project of the century'

China on Sunday described its new Silk Road initiative as ‘a project of the century’ with President Xi Jinping pledging to pump in a whopping $124 billion (Rs 8 lakh crore) for......

The Mohammad brothers: Pakistan cricket's first family

It will soon be a month since Hanif Mohammad passed into the ages.Haresh Pandya recounts the fairy tale-like story of the legendary brothers who left an imprint on world cricket.   IMAGE:......

Revealed! What Tendulkar liked and disliked in New Zealand

Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar, his wife Anjali and 14-month-old daughter Sara, visit the Royal Albatross Colony on the Otago Peninsula north of Dunedin, December 20, 1998. Photograph: Simon......

India's most fascinating rural sports... Take a look!

Traditional Indian sports have been played in villages since ages. Though most sports lovers in the country follow cricket, hockey, tennis and even English football on television, disciplines like......
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Is war an option?

'The world may be desirous of peace, but not Kim Jong-un.''Should we then accept the old adage that to maintain peace, we should be prepared for... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/north-korea-standoff-is-war-an-option/20170724.htm
'Sectarian attacks in India might indirectly help al-Qaida'

Rising sectarian attacks in India might help drive support to al-Qaeda, a top US expert has told lawmakers, noting that the terror group is trying... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/622788/sectarian-attacks-india-might-indirectly.html
What happens when a trillion-tonne iceberg breaks loose from Antarctica

And why YOU should worry about it. Photograph: John Sonntag/NASA The Larsen C rift -- seen from NASA's DC-8 research aircraft, during an Operation... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/special/pix-what-happens-when-a-trillion-tonne-iceberg-breaks-loose-from-antarctica/20170715.htm
China sends PLA personnel to man 1st overseas base in Djibouti

China has dispatched PLA personnel to man its first overseas military base in Djibouti in the strategic Indian Ocean region, a move likely to spark... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/622342/china-sends-pla-personnel-man.html
Nikki Haley

President Donald Trump has made it clear to China that he will "start looking" at trade relations with the country if it did not help stop North... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/world/report-china-needs-to-do-more-on-north-korea-nikki-haley-2496796

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