Sunday, July 14, 2024
TopicMyanmar clash

Topic: Myanmar clash

Myanmar's detained former leader & Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi moved to house arrest

Suu Kyi, 78, has been detained by Myanmar's military since it overthrew her govt in a 2021 coup. She faces 27 years in prison for treason, bribery, etc., charges she denies.

India can’t afford to shut its doors to Myanmar unrest. It's a threat to Indian security

India always supports a return to civilian rule, but it can’t extend support to the Ethnic Armed Organisations seeking independence.

Children, pregnant women among 62 killed as military junta bombs Myanmar village. UN condemns air strikes

People including schoolchildren had gathered at a community hall in Pazigyi village when they came under attack. Massacre one of the deadliest in 2 years since military seized power.

At least 22, including 3 Buddhist monks, killed in suspected massacre at Myanmar monastery

Video and photographs showed bullet wounds to the torso and heads of the dead bodies and bullet holes in the walls of the monastery.

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Marathi cinema has an elitism problem. We need more than Maratha history appeasement

In 2016, ‘Sairat’ shook up the Marathi film industry by calling attention to its elitism. It showed audiences that there is more to Marathiness than Brahmanistic ceremonies.

India's gold industry to create 25,000 jobs, attract Rs 15,000 crore by 2030, says sector report

Report by the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry says domestic gold production is expected to rise from 16 tonnes to 100 tonnes by 2030, eliminating the need for imports.

BrahMos a wonderful symbol but Philippines lacks capability to operate, says Ashley Tellis

If a country did not have C4ISR capability, having a missile was a wonderful symbol but not of much operational use, says former senior adviser to US state department.

A ‘jai jawan, jai kisan' trap awaits Modi. In a 5-year Test match with revived Opposition

Modi govt will need to address massive challenges without the total power it got used to, in the face of relentless electoral challenges, one after another.