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Mexico Deports Hundreds Of Indian Migrants Back To Their Home Country

Mexico announced that it deported over 300 Indian nationals via airplane, an unprecedented type of repatriation by the Mexican government as it continues to crack down on illegal immigration. The National Immigration Institute, the department that manages Mexico’s immigration affairs, announced late Wednesday that it flew 311 Indian nationals from Toluca, Mexico to New Dehli, India. The move is being ...

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Trump Slams India’s Tariffs On American Products, Says Country Has Been Having A ‘Field Day’

President Donald Trump on Twitter Tuesday expressed his discontent with India’s tariffs on U.S. goods. India and the Trump administration have been engaged in a trade war for the past few months, after Trump complained of what appears to be one-way tariffs coming from the Hindu nation. “India has long had a field day putting Tariffs on American products. No ...

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Pakistan To Release Indian Pilot As Nuclear Powers Step Back From The Brink

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan announced he will release a captured Indian pilot, a move he is calling a “peace gesture” after the two nuclear powers engaged in their first aerial combat in nearly five decades. “De-escalation should not be understood as a sign of weakness,” Khan said Thursday, telling his country’s parliament that he will release the Indian pilot ...

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Footage Emerges of Indian Pilot Shot Down In Pakistan

By Luis Arellano The Pakistani military has confirmed that it shot down two Indian warplanes which violated its airspace as tensions rose between the two rivals — both armed with nuclear weapons. “PAF shot down two Indian aircrafts inside Pakistani airspace. One of the aircraft fell inside AJ&K while other fell inside IOK. One Indian pilot arrested by troops on ...

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Why India is Important to U.S. Defense > U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE > Story

Over the past decade, the U.S.-India defense relationship has become indispensable in promoting peace, prosperity and stability in the Asia Pacific and Indian Ocean region. In fact, America’s oldest and largest geographic combatant command changed its name last year from U.S. Pacific Command to U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, specifically to highlight the importance of South Asia and the Indian Ocean region ...

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U.S., India Strengthen Defense Cooperation

Defense Secretary James Mattis welcomed Indian Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to the Pentagon today for the fourth set of talks the two defense leaders have held this year. Both said the U.S.-India friendship is getting closer and praised the progress being made. Both nations share “the same principles, values and respect for the rules-based international order,” Mattis said at the ...

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Launch Video: India Tests Worlds Fastest Cruise Missile

On Wednesday, India successfully test-fired the advanced Indo-Russian BrahMos Block III cruise missile in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands for the second consecutive day. BrahMos is the fastest anti-ship cruise missile in operation. The missile travels at speeds of up to Mach 3.0 or 1.0 Kilometre Per Second whilst flying as low as 10 feet above the ground. It currently ...

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Nuclear deterrent cuts: wrong in the 90s, wrong today

The Left never ceases trying to make America weaker and less secure. Their biggest target right now is America’s nuclear deterrent – the country’s only defense against WMD attack, the only weapon system that has proven itself to always work, the only deterrent that has never failed and has kept America and its allies secure for 67 years (and counting), ...

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Rebuttal of the 6 most popular myths about nuclear weapons

As it continues to campaign for deep cuts in America’s defenses, the Left has particularly aimed its arrows at the US nuclear deterrent, which protect America and over 30 of its allies against the most catastrophic threats: a nuclear, chemical, or biological attack; a large-scale conventional attack; and nuclear proliferation. It is the most effective nonproliferation program ever enacted. It ...

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New world order emerging from BRICS summit

Leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (the BRICS) met in Durham, South Africa this week to discuss a new world bank which will allow them to trade and fund their projects independent of the World Bank and the U.S. Dollar. South African President Jacob Zuma saud that the group has “decided to enter formal negotiations to establish a ...

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Mother Teresa and the Destruction of Christianity

I am not Catholic but I am an Indian. Having lived in India for more than a decade of my life, I know a thing or two about the poor who continuously struggle with abject poverty and hopelessness every day. Thus, an attack against the character and reputation of Mother Teresa is incomprehensible to me. Yet, the ongoing onslaught against ...

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Is this the week the world economy bites it?

Ok, I know.. I haven’t written an honest-to-goodness analysis piece in awhile – but now.. the world is ending and I’ve noticed that no one else was writing about it.. well not just this moment .. We’ve been hearing that EU is going to crash any day now, that Americans are over-leveraged and as Conservatives we know all about the ...

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Pakistani Political Commentator Zaid Hamid Threatens the US and India on Internet Video

Pakistani Political Commentator Zaid Hamid Threatens the US and India: We Are a Nuclear-Armed Islamic Army; “Your 150,000 troops Will Be Slaughtered and Butchered” Some interesting rhetoric considering the current tension between the U.S. and Pakistan. Clip and transcripts provided by the Middle East Media Research Institute.  

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Canada Quits Kyoto as Globalists Step Up Climate Change Money-Grab

Two major news headlines came out yesterday, Dec. 11, 2011, that when read separately do not lead the readers to see the complete picture of how one is directly connected to the other. Headline 1, from Business Standard was titled, Canada quits Kyoto Protocol, becomes first nation to do so. The second headline is from Fox News.com titled, >U.N. Climate ...

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