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America will soon deploy missiles in Asia to clamp down on China

Sydney: US new defense minister Mark Asper said on Saturday that his country wants to deploy new medium-range missiles in Asia soon. The move aims to cut China's emerging dominance in the region. Asked whether the US is considering deploying medium-range conventional weapons in Asia as Washington is no longer bound by the 'Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces' (INF) treaty, he said, "Yes I do I would like to tell you. For a long time now, China has established its base in many countries to establish its dominance in Asia. 

President Kovind reaches Manila for 5-day visit

Manila: President Ram Nath Kovind and his wife Savita Kovind on Thursday reached Manila for a five-day state visit to the Philippines. The visit ...

Pak summons Indian Deputy High Commissioner over LoC firing

Islamabad: Pakistan on Wednesday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia over India's retaliation to ceasefire violations along the ...

Twitter stands by Trump, says world leaders don't always have to follow its rules

Washington D.C. [USA]: Amid requests to terminate President Donald Trump's account from its platform, Twitter on Tuesday said that it would continue t...

Volkswagen uncertain over opening new factory in Turkey following Syria offensive

Doha [Qatar]: German auto major Volkswagen is under uncertainty regarding its decision whether to build a new factory in Turkey over Ankara's operatio...