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N.Korea broadcasts encrypted spy message on YouTube

This is the first time that Pyongyang has used the global video-sharing platform to send the apparently coded messages.

‘N.Korea pursues nuclear missiles through deliberate testing program’

Victorino G. Mercado, assistant secretary of defence for strategy, plans and capabilities, made the remarks during the 2020 Space and Missile Defence Symposium held online on Tuesday

Tension between China and other countries

While the US does not claim rights over any territory in the region, it supports the claims of various Southeast Asian countries and has historically supported it by conducting Freedom of Navigation Operations (FONOPs) in the South China Sea.

Cybersecurity top priority for Indian CIOs post Covid-19: Adobe

"Business leaders need to find avenues where large-scale integration of technology can drive efficiency, and create a seamless customer and employee experience, eventually adding to business growth."

Nuclear neighbours

There are 320 nuclear warheads in Chinese arsenal while Pakistan and India have 160 and 150 weapons respectively

Pentagon reaffirms ‘robust’ defensive posture after N.Korea threats

On Saturday, Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, threatened that Pyongyang will take "a next step" against the South and gave an instruction for the army to take necessary measures, reports Yonhap News Agency.

Pyongyang vows to abolish inter-Korean liaison office

The United Front Department (UFD), which handles inter-Korean affairs, said in a statement on Friday that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister, Kim Yo-jong

North Korea halting talks with US until election is over, Russia says

"As for dialogue with Washington, which they deem to be pointless for now, it seems to have been postponed at least until after the US presidential election."

Biased report

Placing India alongside authoritarian regime on religious freedom is wrong

North and South Korea exchange gunfire at border

A South Korean guard post was hit by several shots from the North, the joint chiefs of staff (JCS) said in a statement, adding no casualties were reported on the South's side.

USCIRF recommends India as ‘country of particular concern’; India rejects report

India rejected USCIRF observations, terming them as "biased and tendentious"

What would happen to North Korea if Kim Jong Un died

Both Seoul and Washington have played them down, but there has been no concrete proof of life in Pyongyang's state media, beyond reports of messages sent in his name.

Coronavirus pandemic ‘amplifies press freedom threats’

RSF said there was a "clear correlation" between suppression of media freedom in response to the coronavirus pandemic and a country's ranking in the index.

Seoul sees no suspicious activity in North amid Kim concerns

Seoul: The South Korean government said Tuesday no unusual activity has been detected in North Korea after unconfirmed reports described leader Kim Jong Un...

North Korea fires two short-range ‘ballistic missiles’ into sea 

The string of weapons drills come as a prolonged hiatus in disarmament talks with the United States drags on, and despite recent overtures from Washington offering help to contain the pandemic.

North Korea fires two projectiles amid COVID-19 pandemic

Japan's coast guard confirmed a missile had landed outside the waters of its exclusive economic zone.

South Korea condemns ‘irrational’ Japan virus quarantine

The two countries have close economic ties and are both major US allies, democracies and market economies faced with a rising China and nuclear-armed North Korea.

South Korea virus cases surge as WHO sounds maximum alert

"This new case indicates that there is evidence of community transmission but the extent is still not clear."

North Korea fires two ‘unidentified projectiles’

Japan's defence ministry described the projectiles as "ballistic missile-like" but said they did not come down in the country's exclusive economic zone.

Saurabh Chaudhary bags silver medal at Asian Shooting Championships

Doha: Indian shooter Saurabh Chaudhary bagged a silver medal in the men's 10m air pistol at the Asian Shooting Championships here on Sunday. North Korea's...

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