BRICS working on new global reserve currency and alternative mechanism for int’l payments: Vladimir Putin

SynopsisAccording to the Russian president, the member states are also developing reliable alternative mechanisms for international payments. Earlier, the group said it was working on setting up a joint payment network to cut reliance on the Western financial system. The BRICS countries have been also boosting the use of local currencies in mutual trade. President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that the BRICS countries – … Continue reading BRICS working on new global reserve currency and alternative mechanism for int’l payments: Vladimir Putin

HOW AMERICA ENDS: Putin announces new BRICS global reserve currency project to REPLACE the petrodollar

(Natural News) Although the biggest news of the week is undoubtedly the US Supreme Court overturning Roe vs. Wade, there’s another bombshell that quietly broke two days ago — one that will have a vastly more profound devastating consequences on the world than any decision coming from SCOTUS. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that BRICS nations are going to roll out a new alternative to the … Continue reading HOW AMERICA ENDS: Putin announces new BRICS global reserve currency project to REPLACE the petrodollar

China-India border row: New Delhi accuses Beijing of illegal construction in disputed border area

India objected to China’s construction of a second bridge across disputed Pangong Lake, an area it said has been under ‘illegal occupation’ by China India’s challenge comes amid a 2-year-old stand-off involving thousands of soldiers from the countries that has sometimes led to deadly clashes in the region India on Friday objected to China’s construction of a second bridge across disputed Pangong Lake, an area … Continue reading China-India border row: New Delhi accuses Beijing of illegal construction in disputed border area

Heat wave scorches India’s wheat crop, snags export plans

NEW DELHI (AP) — An unusually early, record-shattering heat wave in India has reduced wheat yields, raising questions about how the country will balance its domestic needs with ambitions to increase exports and make up for shortfalls due to Russia’s war in Ukraine. Gigantic landfills in India’s capital New Delhi have caught fire in recent weeks. Schools in eastern Indian state Odisha have been shut for a … Continue reading Heat wave scorches India’s wheat crop, snags export plans

China is provoking India at every turn, says US diplomat

India’s relationship with China is right now going through a very difficult phase after Beijing violated agreements not to bring the military forces to the eastern Ladakh border. China is provoking India at every turn just as it is doing with the United States and Washington is committed to accelerating progress in strengthening India’s defence capacity to deter Chinese provocations, a senior Biden administration official … Continue reading China is provoking India at every turn, says US diplomat

Indian fighter jets patrol disputed Himalayan border where China has laid claim to an ENTIRE valley after the warring countries engaged in a deadly midnight brawl with spiked clubs and rocks

China has laid claim to the entire Galwan Valley on the Himalayan border at the center of Sino-Indian dispute India has now mobilised fighter jets in retaliation as tensions rise to dangerous levels  Satellite images appear to show China bringing in machinery and damming a river at the disputed border  Indian troops recently built a new 200 ft bridge over the river on their side of … Continue reading Indian fighter jets patrol disputed Himalayan border where China has laid claim to an ENTIRE valley after the warring countries engaged in a deadly midnight brawl with spiked clubs and rocks

India-China Tensions: Betting on a Quick Return to Status Quo Ante Would Be Hazardous

The dispute could actually be the harbinger of a new and nervous era, a geopolitical side-effect of the terrible COVID-19 pandemic which is racking the world. Manoj Joshi – 15 HOURS AGO There should be no surprise at the insipid Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) statement on the India-China border issue. It tells us what we already know 1) a meeting was held between the Corps Commanders … Continue reading India-China Tensions: Betting on a Quick Return to Status Quo Ante Would Be Hazardous

‘Back off, India,’ China is itching for war with India, but India is not backing off

There could be a small-scale war between India and China by Akshay Narang – 26 May 2020 Face-offs between the Indian Army and China’s PLA troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh have now taken the shape of a tense eyeball-to-eyeball standoff situation. Comparisons are being made with the Doklam stand-off in 2017, but a careful analysis reveals that the situation here is more … Continue reading ‘Back off, India,’ China is itching for war with India, but India is not backing off

India Is in the Middle of a 47°C Heatwave, a Cyclone, a Global Pandemic, and the Worst Locust Invasion in a Long Time: Collapse Incoming?

By Strange Sounds – May 27, 2020 The Indian capital, Delhi, saw temperatures rise to 47.6°C on Tuesday, as most of north India faced severe heatwave conditions. Now, add to this the dramatic consequences of cyclone Amphan, the global pandemic, and the worst locust invasion in decades… Yes, it’s biblical! The heatwave, which officials say is likely to last until the weekend, comes even as the … Continue reading India Is in the Middle of a 47°C Heatwave, a Cyclone, a Global Pandemic, and the Worst Locust Invasion in a Long Time: Collapse Incoming?

China and India move troops as border tensions escalate

Thousands of Chinese troops reportedly move into sensitive areas along Himalayan frontier Hannah Ellis-Petersen – Wed 27 May 2020 09.57 EDT Tensions between China and India over their Himalayan border have escalated, with China accused of moving thousands of troops into disputed territory and expanding a military airbase in the region. Thousands of Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops are reported to have moved into sensitive areas along the … Continue reading China and India move troops as border tensions escalate

Mutation strain from India could kill current research efforts for coronavirus vaccine: report

By Barnini Chakraborty | Fox News – Published 3 days ago   A coronavirus strain isolated in India carried a mutation that could render current international vaccine efforts useless, researchers in Australia and Taiwan warned. Scientists have been targeting the same process that allowed the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) to infect people but the mutation found throws them off course. The scientists claim that the change had occurred in part of the spike protein … Continue reading Mutation strain from India could kill current research efforts for coronavirus vaccine: report

India, Day 1: World’s Largest Coronavirus Lockdown Begins

India’s 1.3 billion people have been told to stay at home. For some, it will mean starving. And an already fragile economy may collapse.   By Karan Deep Singh, Vindu Goel, Hari Kumar and Jeffrey Gettleman March 25, 2020 NEW DELHI — India’s economy was sputtering even before its leader announced the world’s largest coronavirus lockdown. Now the state-ordered paralysis of virtually all commerce in the country has put millions of … Continue reading India, Day 1: World’s Largest Coronavirus Lockdown Begins

This Might Be Where the Very First Total Nuclear War Starts

And where billions of people die. by War Is Boring May 24, 2019 Undoubtedly, for nearly two decades the most dangerous place on Earth has been the Indian-Pakistani border in Kashmir. It’s possible that a small spark from artillery and rocket exchanges across that border might — given the known military doctrines of the two nuclear-armed neighbors — lead inexorably to an all-out nuclear conflagration. In that case the result … Continue reading This Might Be Where the Very First Total Nuclear War Starts

Indian general warns Pakistan ‘dare not try’ any cross-border military actions near Kashmir

Published time: 20 May, 2019 14:46 Islamabad will inevitably face a “befitting reply” from New Delhi should Pakistani forces engage in any kind of ‘misadventure’ in the disputed Kashmir territory, a high-ranked Indian general said on Monday. A tough message to the arch-rival came from Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh, commander of Northern Indian Army as he was talking to the media in Kashmir. The official … Continue reading Indian general warns Pakistan ‘dare not try’ any cross-border military actions near Kashmir

Hindu Radical Leader Calls for Forced Sterilization of Christians and Muslims in India

05/03/2019 India (International Christian Concern) – As India continues to go to the polls in what is set to be the biggest democratic election in history, Deva Thakur, vice president of the radical Hindu Mahasabha Party, has called for the forced sterilization of Indian Christians and Muslims. The radical leader also called on Hindus to have more children in order to counter the rise in India’s … Continue reading Hindu Radical Leader Calls for Forced Sterilization of Christians and Muslims in India

Churches Have Become #1 Target For Attacks – An Average Of 105 Every Single Month

The Washington Standard /  April 22, 2019  The bombings in Sri Lanka have once again put a spotlight on the rising tide of violence against Christians all over the world.  According to Open Doors USA, an average of 105 churches and/or Christian buildings are burned or attacked every month.  That is more than three per day, and almost all of those attacks get ignored by the mainstream media in the … Continue reading Churches Have Become #1 Target For Attacks – An Average Of 105 Every Single Month

Brink Of War: Pakistan On High Alert, Indian Military Ready To Strike

by Tyler Durden Wed, 04/03/2019 – 15:33 The situation at the LoC (Line of Control) between India and Pakistan remains critical, as both countries are ready for an all-out conflict, reported Sputnik. “There is a difficult situation with India. We wish for de-escalation and are taking steps for this. The situation like the prime minister [Imran Khan] said remains on alert”, Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokesman Dr. Muhammad … Continue reading Brink Of War: Pakistan On High Alert, Indian Military Ready To Strike

Indian MiG-21 Bison Crashes Near Pakistani Border

ASIA & PACIFIC 12:54 08.03.2019 (updated 13:53 08.03.2019) Tensions between India and Pakistan have been running high following Indian air strikes which apparently targeted terrorist infrastructure on the Pakistani side of the border in Kashmir. Islamabad swiftly described this operation as a violation of its sovereignty and territorial integrity. An Indian Air Force (IAF) MiG-21 has crashed outside the city of Bikaner, India, about 100 km from the Pakistani border, … Continue reading Indian MiG-21 Bison Crashes Near Pakistani Border

US looks into claims Pakistan misused F-16 fighter, as media war over Kashmir clash heats up

Published time: 2 Mar, 2019 15:55 Edited time: 3 Mar, 2019 08:44 The US State Department is investigating claims Pakistan improperly used a US-supplied F-16 jet against India this week, Indian media claims. The jet has been a bone of contention between the two nuclear powers. The Indian Air Force (IAF) claimed on Thursday to have shot down a Pakistan Air Force (PAF) F-16 one … Continue reading US looks into claims Pakistan misused F-16 fighter, as media war over Kashmir clash heats up

“We Muslims will set India on fire. We will kill them and blow them up.”

MAR 3, 2019 4:00 PM BY ROBERT SPENCER Many Muslims in Pakistan are seeing the prospect of war between India and Pakistan as the latest episode of the 1,400-year jihad against India, one of the bloodiest of jihads, very little known in the West. The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS contains the whole shocking story of the jihad against India, told from Muslim sources. “Jamaat-e-Islami is recruiting volunteers … Continue reading “We Muslims will set India on fire. We will kill them and blow them up.”

INDIAN FORCES SHOT DOWN PAKSITANI UAV INDIA’S AIRSPACE – REPORTS

FROMTHEFRONT – INDIA  – 04.03.2019 On March 4, a Sukhoi-30MKI fighter jet of the Indian Air Force shot down a Pakistani unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in India’s airspace, near the contested region Jammu and Kashmir, according to Indian sources. Reports suggest that the downed UAV crashed on the Pakistani side of the contact line, near the area of Toba. Indian sources suggest that the UAV was intercepted in … Continue reading INDIAN FORCES SHOT DOWN PAKSITANI UAV INDIA’S AIRSPACE – REPORTS

Report: “11 Christians Killed Every Day for Their Faith”

by Raymond Ibrahim March 3, 2019 at 5:00 am One of the most noteworthy trends concerns the “shocking reality of persecution against women…. In many places, they experience a ‘double persecution’ — one for being a Christian and one for being a woman.” Another trend that should send an alarm is that, “For the first time since the start of the World Watch List, India has … Continue reading Report: “11 Christians Killed Every Day for Their Faith”

India-Pakistan collision: So the first F-16 of history was shot down

Written by: Vasilis Kapoulas 03/03/2019 – 16:06 | Last update: 03/03/2019 – 16:19   The first official F-16 fighter jet shooting is a fact! How was the Pakistani fighter battling down from a subordinate second-generation old Soviet fighter such as the MiG-21 ? It was, of course, the unofficial shooting of the Turkish fighter F-16D by Greek militant Mirage 2000EGM in 1997, but the event was not officially recognized, although it … Continue reading India-Pakistan collision: So the first F-16 of history was shot down

INDIA OPENS SUDDEN ARTILLERY ATTACK ON PAKISTAN – FEROCIOUS FIGHTING ONGOING – 10 DEAD SO FAR

WORLD – HAL TURNER 01 MARCH 2019   BREAKING NEWS 2:03 PM EST — India has begun a massive artillery attack on Pakistan, with 155mm artillery raining down on Pakistan along the “Line of Control (LoC).”  Ferocious fighting is taking place, spreading and getting worse.   As most of you my already know, for fifteen years (1993-2008), I worked with the FBI.  My final five years (2003-2008) with the Joint Terrorism … Continue reading INDIA OPENS SUDDEN ARTILLERY ATTACK ON PAKISTAN – FEROCIOUS FIGHTING ONGOING – 10 DEAD SO FAR

India launches airstrike on Pakistan after deadly Kashmir attack

By David Pierson and Aoun Sahi Los Angeles Times (TNS) Feb 26, 2019 Updated 12 hrs ago ISLAMABAD — India launched an airstrike Tuesday on Pakistan in retaliation for a suicide bombing against its troops earlier this month, further heightening tensions between the two nuclear-armed states. Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said the attack was directed at a militant training camp for Jaish-e-Muhammad, a group that India … Continue reading India launches airstrike on Pakistan after deadly Kashmir attack

Troops on the Move as India and Pakistan Face Off Over Kashmir

By Jeffrey Gettleman – Feb. 25, 2019 NEW DELHI — The Kashmir Valley, a disputed territory that has led to war between India and Pakistan in the past, is once again bringing the two archrivals to the brink. In the past few days, hundreds of Kashmiris have been arrested, accused of fueling the insurgency against Indian rule. India has moved thousands of new troops into the valley, … Continue reading Troops on the Move as India and Pakistan Face Off Over Kashmir

“Wars And Rumors Of Wars”: The U.S., Venezuela, Cuba, Russia, India And Pakistan All Move Closer To Military Conflict

February 21, 2019 by Michael Snyder Humanity never seems to learn.  During the 20th century, at least 108 million people were killed during all wars combined, and you would think that after so much bloodshed humanity would never want to go down that road again.  And in this century, an enormous amount of American blood has already been shed in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere.  Unfortunately, the drumbeats … Continue reading “Wars And Rumors Of Wars”: The U.S., Venezuela, Cuba, Russia, India And Pakistan All Move Closer To Military Conflict

India, Iran both threaten action against Pakistan after suicide attacks on soldiers

By Rahul Kalvapalle – National Online Journalist  Global News February 16, 2019 5:08 pm Pakistan is facing accusations of harbouring terrorists from western neighbour Iran as well as eastern foe India after dozens of soldiers were killed in separate suicide attacks in the two countries. Both India and Iran have warned of strong responses to the attacks, which they blame on militant networks based in Pakistan. Kashmir attack … Continue reading India, Iran both threaten action against Pakistan after suicide attacks on soldiers

India and Iran to beat Pakistan? – Drawings of simultaneous air attacks

Written by: Panos Spagopoulos The climate is shattering between India and Pakistan following the massive Kashmir bombing in India, which resulted in the deaths of 44 Indian soldiers. New Delhi “promised” an overwhelming blow to Pakistan, which it considers responsible for the attack, while Iran also considers Pakistan responsible for the recent attack on Baluchistan, which resulted in the death of 27 “Revolutionary Guards.” According to the same … Continue reading India and Iran to beat Pakistan? – Drawings of simultaneous air attacks

Monsoon rains kill 58 in India, as buildings collapse and streets flood

Updated Sat at 12:56pm PHOTO: India is hit by annual monsoon rains from June through to October. (AP: Bikas Das) At least 58 people have died in monsoon rains which have caused houses to collapse and flooded wide areas of land in northern India. Weather officials predicted more rains in the next 48 hours in India’s most populous state of Uttar Pradesh. The deaths have been occurring since … Continue reading Monsoon rains kill 58 in India, as buildings collapse and streets flood