Wednesday, May 25, 2022

India

PM Imran’s number among those targeted for surveillance by India using Israeli spyware

The extent of the spyware – Pegasus – use was reported by The Washington Post, the Guardian, Le Monde and other news outlets who collaborated on an investigation into a data leak. India was among a number of countries using an Israeli company's spyware in attempted and successful hacks of smartphones belonging to journalists, government officials and human rights activists around the world.

India made sure Pakistan stays on FATF grey list: Indian Foreign Minister

Indian FM S. Jaishankar admits that Pakistan remains on the grey list of the FATF because of the "efforts of Narendra Modi's government

Setback for Modi, Macron as French Judge Opens Criminal Investigation Into Rafale Deal With...

A French judge has been appointed to lead a judicial investigation into alleged corruption and favouritism in the 7.8 billion euro sale to India of 36 fighter aircraft.

Indian Muslims have come to terms with Hindutva. They are now looking for survival...

Making communal remarks on Muslim individuals in public and spreading hate on social media are no longer seen as unusual or abnormal. This wide-spread normalisation of Muslim bashing also influences Muslim opinions and perceptions.

Taliban Tells India That It Believes In Peaceful Coexistence

“Pakistan is our neighbor, we have shared values and history. India is also our regional country. None of us can change our neighbors or our region. We must accept this reality and have peaceful coexistence. That is in the interest of all,” Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said in response to questions on how the Taliban viewed India’s role in Afghanistan after the US withdrawal.

India, Pakistan and China appear to be expanding nuclear arsenals: SIPRI

China, Pakistan and India have 350, 165 and 156 nuclear warheads respectively as of January this year.

Pakistani, Indian exporters agree to share Basmati rice ownership

The two countries at loggerheads over issue since 2006 although EU under its rules recognises Basmati as common product.