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Aditya Raj Kaul
Editor, Strategic Affairs & Internal Security . Formerly - Senior Editor , Reported from Iraq, Israel, Palestine. Born in Kashmir.
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Aditya Raj Kaul 6h
पिछले दो दिनों से लुत्यंस दिल्ली की सोशल मीडिया टाइम्लायन पढ़ें तो ऐसा प्रतीत होगा जैसे गोर अंधकार सा छा गया हो। लोग डर के जी रहे हों। मारे जा रहे हो।साँस लेने तक की आज़ादी ना हो। काल्पनिक कथाओं का बाज़ार गरम है। दुकान बंद हो जाने का ग़म ट्विटर और फ़ेस्बुक पे छाया है। मेल्ट्डाउन।
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Junaid Qureshi 12h
Geelani calls for shutdown against the killing of Zakir Musa. Earlier, he had called Musa an Indian agent. Indian agent while alive, 'separatist merchandise' while dead. If we protest the killing of an Al-Qaeda Terrorist, how can we then maintain that J&K is a political issue?
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Strong support to BJP Govt from Maldives. Former Maldives President Congratulates Prime Minister for victory in elections. Says, India has always supported Maldives. ‘Continuity of BJP Govt is a source of comfort, and is refreshing and satisfying’.
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Aditya Raj Kaul 8h
No. That would be third trip. First trip to a neighbouring nation. Second to Bishkek for SCO Meeting. Third to Japan for G20.
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Replying to @narendramodi
And lastly we shouldn’t be surprised if PM visits Nepal for his 1st foreign visit. Post India-Nepal border crisis, India as a big brother needs to reach out to the neighbour amidst China making deep inroads via trade etc. And a visit to Pashupatinath in Hindu Nepal.
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Aditya Raj Kaul 8h
•The road construction is across LAC in the Chinese held areas. •The construction activity is not new and is under observation. •There are robust border mechanism to resolve issues, should they emerge. •Similar construction is under progress in our area as well.
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Aditya Raj Kaul 9h
Replying to @sidhant
एस सी ओ बहुपक्षिय सम्मेलन में आपसे मुलाक़ात होना मेरा सौभाग्य होगा, सिद्धांत जी।
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Aditya Raj Kaul 9h
ट्रम्प का मोदी से फ़ोन पे वार्तालाप। अमेरिकी राष्ट्रपति ने दी प्रधानमंत्री मोदी को शुमकामनाएँ।
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Aditya Raj Kaul 12h
Replying to @Rolee_Kachru
Honi ko kaun taal paaya hai aaj tak!
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Aditya Raj Kaul 12h
Replying to @narendramodi
Yet I also believe that PM going to in the aftermath of the country facing such a massive terror attack will send a very strong message globally and show him as an empathetic and a strong willed leader. Remember India’s RAW helped SL with crucial intel.
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Aditya Raj Kaul 13h
Replying to @hussain_imtiyaz
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Aditya Raj Kaul 13h
Replying to @narendramodi @ibusolih
My vote is for . Why? 1) Maldives is an important strategic ally. 2) PM is yet to make a bilateral visit to Maldives. 3) PM Modi’s presence at Prez ’s oath ceremony has built expectations. 4) Maldives Govt is Pro-India. We should reciprocate.
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Aditya Raj Kaul 13h
Replying to @hussain_imtiyaz
Let’s switch places, bro!
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Aditya Raj Kaul 13h
SL Prez, PM, former PM all sent letter and called.
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Aditya Raj Kaul 13h
Prime Minister expected to yet again make first trip abroad to a neighboring nation before he leaves for SCO Meeting and G20. Which one could it be? Last time it was Bhutan! Obviously not Pakistan.
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Finance Minister meets top finance ministry officials. Discussions held on the state of economy among of things. Thanks giving meeting with top bureaucrats at the end of the current term of Govt.
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Aditya Raj Kaul 13h
JUST IN: Prime Minister meets President to submit his resignation along with resignation of his Council of Ministers. This paves the way for a new Govt formation led by PM Modi. Till then PM Modi will remain as the caretaker Prime Minister.
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Replying to @AdityaRajKaul
Pakistan High Commission Second Secretary, Farina Arshad, was expelled by Bangladesh in December 2015 after a JMB operative admitted to having received 30,000 Taka from her. Pakistan’s funding of Jihadi groups in Bangladesh had been an open secret.
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