Arrest and imprisonment are occupational hazards for anyone hewing to even the most basic commandments of the Christian faith in a regime like this.
The eminent Indian journalist Shekhar Gupta writes: “Our air IS filthy."
As a statement of fact, his assessment is on mostly solid ground.
However loose this “Quad” may seem, it has gotten Beijing concerned about encirclement.
He asks whether the colonial import from Christendom of "secularism" has finally worn off.
The Trump administration is seeking to boost arms sales to India following deadly clashes between Chinese and Indian soldiers.
China may be a powerful adversary, but its bluffs can be called.
India's Ministry of Technology termed the apps "prejudicial to [the] sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order."
The two nuclear nations have a long history of mistrust and hostility, and economic interdependence may no longer restrain them.
Two senior Indian officials said that China had released the captured soldiers unharmed, although the Indian military refused to publicly confirm the action.