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Regional Strategic Trends & Intellibrief – 01 Jan 2021

Published Jan 01, 2021
Updated Jan 01, 2021

Intellibrief –   India – PM caution on continued COVID 19 discipline despite vaccine, Emergency missile purchases by armed forces, Afghan Government Taliban prepared for talks on Jan 05, Global – Washngton abuzz with new Presidential polls crisis, US Iran tensions in the Gulf


  • Afghanistan, Pakistan Eye New Railway Link Project
  • 1017 Afghan soldiers graduated from military training in Kabul
  • Taliban ‘Fully Prepared’ for Next Round of Talks: Spokesman
  • China offered Afghan militants bounties to attack US soldiers: reports


  • Bangladesh Economy 2020: Rising from the rubble
  • School reopening hinges on COVID situation, says PM Hasina


  • Bhutan No new cases from communities in the last 48 hours


  • Myanmar MOFA extends temporary entry restrictions for visitors
  • Military denies reinforcing troops in Rakhine state


  • China holds sway in Nepal as rival communist factions create crisis
  • The current constitution does not allow PM to dissolve parliament: Speaker Sapkota


  • NA speaker rules no further action required after PML-N MNAs disown ‘fake’ resignations
  • Covid vaccination centres to be set up in all DHQ, THQ hospitals: NCOC

Sri Lanka

  • Sri Lanka First sitting of Parliament in 2021 to commence on January 05


  • Official Spokesperson’s response to media queries on Aden attack on December 30
  • Indian, Afghan clerics jointly call on Taliban to stop attacks on civilians
  • India stocks up missile arsenal as it prepares for another tense summer in Ladakh
  • China, India in talks to hold 9th round of Commander-level meet on Ladakh standoff: Def Ministry
  • Centre asks States/UTs to gear up for roll out of COVID19 Vaccine
  • Farmers’ protest: Barricades broken, police fire tear gas in Rajasthan
  • Row intensifies over Srinagar encounter
  • Year Ender | 227 militants, 43 civilians and 53 forces personnel killed
  • Opted for peace keeping in mind past, present & future consequences: Niki

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