What will happen to AP’s Amravati and three-capitals plan

What will happen to AP’s Amravati and three-capitals plan

Visakhapatnam will be the new capital of Andhra PradeshChief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy announced on Tuesday (January 31). Andhra Pradesh needs a new capital since Hyderabad, capital of undivided Andhra Pradesh, is now with Telangana, and the two states have been sharing the capital temporarily. The decision on picking a new capital has gone … Read more

How Beijing’s Belligerence Is Revitalizing US Alliances

How Beijing’s Belligerence Is Revitalizing US Alliances

In December 2022, Japan released its first national security strategy in nearly ten years. The document committed Tokyo to strengthening the US-Japanese alliance “in all areas.” And Japan is not alone. Over the last half decade, almost all US allies across the Indo-Pacific have deepened their partnerships with Washington and formed new networks with each … Read more

Iran’s military reportedly sending warships to Brazil, Panama Canal in challenge to US

The United States is tracking warlike announcements by Iran’s regime that it deployed two military ships to Brazil that are also headed for the Panama Canal, where Tehran declared it will establish a military presence. A US State Department spokesperson told Fox News Digital on Tuesday, “We are aware of these claims by Iran’s navy. … Read more

Britain hit by biggest day of strikes in a decade as pay disputes escalate

London CNN — As many as half a million workers are striking across Britain on Wednesday, closing schools, canceling university lectures and bringing most of the rail network to a standstill in what unions say will be the biggest single day of walkouts in more than a decade. Teachers, university staff, train drivers and civil … Read more

War’s longest battle exacts high price in ‘heart of Ukraine’

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — It used to be that visitors would browse through Bakhmut’s late 19th century buildings, enjoy their walks in its rose-lined lakeside park and revel in the sparkling wines produced in historic underground caves. This city of salt and gypsum mines located around 100 kilometers (60 miles) from Russia’s border was once … Read more

‘Warning sign’: Iran’s military reportedly sending warships to Brazil, Panama Canal in challenge to US

The United States is tracking warlike announcements by Iran’s regime that it deployed two military ships to Brazil that are also headed for the Panama Canal, where Tehran declared it will establish a military presence. A US State Department spokesperson told Fox News Digital on Tuesday, “We are aware of these claims by Iran’s navy. … Read more

Bill to strip Israeli citizenship from terror convicts paid by PA passes 1st reading

Garnering rare cross-Knesset support, a bill to revoke the Israeli citizenship or residency of terror convicts who receive financial support for their acts from the Palestinian Authority passed its first reading in the Knesset on Monday. Coming up for a vote just days after a deadly terror attack outside a Jerusalem synagogue, the bill advanced … Read more

Ukraine’s fight benefits US national security. The House GOP is on the wrong side

A Ukrainian serviceman fires an assault rifle east of Kharkiv in March 2022. (Fadel Senna/AFP/Getty Images) We are entering the 12th month of a “special military operation” that was supposed to be over in well under 12 days. The Kremlin even told Russian officers to pack dress uniforms and medals for the intended military parades … Read more