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19 October, 2017 5:50 AM Tillerson sets tone for 100-year India-US ties, chides China and Pakistan

Tillerson is travelling to India next week, Trump will travel to Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam, Philippines next month Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in his first major India-policy speech set the tone of the bilateral relationship between India and the US for 100 years, a State Department official said, observing that the talk had many audiences 46

19 October, 2017 3:02 AM Tillerson's speech set tone of India-US bilateral ties for 100 yrs: official

WASHINGTON: Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in his first major India-policy speech set the tone of bilateral relationship between India and the US for 100 years, a State Department official said, observing that the talk had many audiences, including China. "China's obviously an audience of the speech. But this is a speech, obviously, which we hope all countries 39

19 October, 2017 1:41 AM Tillerson seeks stronger ties with India, chides China

WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Wednesday for the U.S. and India to expand strategic ties. He also pointedly criticized China, which he accused of challenging international norms needed for global stability. Tillerson’s remarks on relations between the world’s two largest democracies, ahead of his first trip to South Asia as secretary 28

18 October, 2017 10:33 AM India can get on UN Security Council if global powers agree 'not to touch the veto', says Haley

India can help America in keeping an eye on Pakistan and ensure that it is held accountable for giving safe havens to terrorists, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has said. She also stated that for India to become a permanent member of the Security Council, global superpowers will have to agree to reform the structure of the UN body. She said that one of the pillars 32

17 October, 2017 3:21 PM Asia Cup Hockey 2017: India Face Pakistan Again On October 21 In Super 4s Stage

After impressing in the preliminary round, India will aim to carry on the momentum in the Super 4s stage in the ongoing Asia Cup 2017 hockey tournament. India, who were unbeaten to finish top of Pool A, will first take on South Korea in the second round on Wednesday. The Men In Blue then face Malaysia on Thursday and then arch-rivals Pakistan, for the second 12

17 October, 2017 1:46 PM North Korea says 'nuclear war may break out any moment' — but that's the last thing it wants

This is exactly the kind of bluster Pyongyang has engaged in for decades. On the surface, the latest US military movements look like preparations for a preemptive strike on North Korea's nuclear infrastructure. But its clear the two forces are still locked in a stalemate. The USS Michigan, a stealthy submarine laden with 150 Tomahawk cruise missiles 34

17 October, 2017 1:31 PM The Daily 202: Hawks worry about the lack of American resolve to confront North Korea

PALO ALTO, Calif. — President Trump’s bellicose rhetoric toward North Korea is making it harder to marshal domestic support for potential United States intervention. This is a widespread concern among fellows at the Hoover Institution, a right-leaning think tank on the campus of Stanford University. Trump has tweeted that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson 12

12 October, 2017 1:33 PM India 100th on global hunger index, trails North Korea, Bangladesh

India stood at 97th position in last year’s rankings. India has a “serious” hunger problem and ranks 100th out of 119 countries on the global hunger index — behind North Korea, Bangladesh and Iraq but ahead of Pakistan, according to a report. The country’s serious hunger level is driven by high child malnutrition and underlines need for stronger commitment 31

11 October, 2017 4:51 AM 2018 FIFA World Cup: Teams qualified so far

New Delhi: Lionel Messi scored a stunning hat-trick to help Argentina qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup on Wednesday. But the Netherlands, Chile and United States of America (USA) were not so lucky as some of the biggest footballing nations failed to qualify for the Russia World Cup. As of 11 October, 23 nations have booked their respective places 21

10 October, 2017 3:19 PM North Korean hackers stole US-South Korean war plans, lawmaker says

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: North Korean hackers stole a vast cache of data, including classified wartime contingency plans jointly drawn by Washington and Seoul, when they breached the computer network of the South Korean military last year, a South Korean lawmaker said Tuesday. One of the contingency plans contained the South Korean military’s plan to remove 84