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India-Malaysia joint military exercise 'Harimau Shakti 2022' commences in Pulai

Pulai: India - Malaysia joint military exercise “Harimau Shakti -2022” commenced at Pulai, Kluang, Malaysia on 28th November and will culminate on 12th December 22.

INS Sumedha deployed to Malaysia's Port Klang

New Delhi: As part of the Indian Navy's long-range operational deployment, INS Sumedha deployed to South East Asia, visited Port Klang, Malaysia on Aug 27, officials said on Saturday.

Indian Air Force to participate in bilateral exercise hosted by Malaysia

New Delhi: A contingent of the Indian Air Force left for Malaysia today to participate in a bilateral exercise named 'Udarashakti'.

COMMENTARY: A Rogue, Irresponsible China: Clear and Present Danger To Region

While one can still give some benefit of doubt to the Chinese whether the Corona Virus originated from the laboratories in Wuhan till the truth comes out from the proposed investigation by the WHO, if at all the imperial ruler Xi Jinping concedes to the demand by the international community to it,  it is more than certain that never before in post-W.W.II period, any major power behaved so irresponsibly and callously like China- in hiding facts about Covid-19,  that has already taken the lives of 354,217 and infected 5,734,894 globally.

India agrees to sell hydroxychloroquine to Malaysia: Report

New Delhi/IBNS: India will export hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) tablets to Malaysia for the treatment of COVID-19, a Malaysian minister has told Reuters on Wednesday, adding that the country will receive 89,100 tablets in the first order.

Eight Malaysian Tablighi Jamaat members caught while trying to board relief flight

New Delhi/UNI: Eight Malaysian Tablighi Jamaat (TJ) members were arrested while they were trying to board a Malindo Air Relief flight from Indira Gandhi International Airport, Government officials said here.

How Tablighi Jamaat turned Delhi's Nizamuddin into hotspot of COVID-19 spread in India

New Delhi/IBNS: Right under the nose of the Delhi Police which falls under the Narendra Modi government, Tablighi Jamaat, the Islamic missionary movement, turned a busy, crowded Nizamuddin in the national capital into the hotspot of the spread of COVID-19 keeping 1.3 billion people of the massive country on toes.

Coronavirus outbreak: Delhi resident tests positive, total cases in India rise to 31

New Delhi/IBNS: With a Delhi resident testing positive for COVID-19, the total number of cases related to deadly novel Coronavirus touched 31 on Friday.

Malaysia too small to retaliate India's palm oil curb: Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad

Langkawi/IBNS: Malaysia cannot take retaliatory steps to counter India's palm oil curbs, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has said, media reported.  

Palm oil row: State of relationship with a country considered by private importers, says MEA

New Delhi/IBNS: Malaysia's trade woes may not end any time soon as India today said that its relationship with a country was considered by private entities in their foreign business dealings.

Malaysia to resolve palm oil row with India through diplomatic channels

New Delhi/IBNS: Even as Malaysian President Mahathir Mohamad continues to defend his statement against India on CAA and Kashmir, the southeast Asian nation is looking to use diplomatic channels to pursue India to lift the curbs imposed on import of refined oil, reports said.

Digvijaya Singh asks Modi, Shah to clarify Zakir Naik's claim on 'safe passage' issue

New Delhi/IBNS: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Wednesday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah to clarify whether Islamic preacher Zakir Naik's claims that the Centre offered a safe passage to him in return for support on scrapping of Article 370 was correct.

Malaysia stares at huge losses after India alters rule on import of refined palm oil

News Delhi/IBNS: India has moved the import of refined palm oil and palm olein from the “free” to “restricted” category with the aim to bar imports from Malaysia after country's 94-year-old Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's comments on the new citizenship law and Kashmir, reports said.  

PM Modi raises Zakir Naik issue with Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohammad

Vladivostok: Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his meeting with Malaysian counterpart Mahathir Mohammad raised the issue of extradition of controversial radical Islamic preacher Zakir Naik.

Interpol refuses to issue Red Corner notice against controversial preacher Zakir Naik

New Delhi, July 28 (IBNS): The Interpol has refused to issue Red Corner notice against controversial Indian televangelist Zakir Naik, who is currently in Malaysia, media reports said.