Published On: Sep 23, 2018

General Bipin Rawat, chief of Indian Army, in an exclusive interview said that terrorism and peace talks can't take place together. General Rawat said that Centre's decision to call-off talks with Pakistan on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York next week is a correct decision. The Army Chief said, "Talks aren't being held, because our government's policy is that talks and terrorism can't take place together. We have given a clear message to Pakistan. Government's policy is clear that Pakistan has to prove with their actions that they aren't promoting terrorism."  

Latest Headlines

  1.  14 mins  Facebook brings quoted message replies to Messenger
  2.  14 mins  Scientists develop robotic swarm for medical use
  3.  14 mins  Wrong dead body arrives from Saudi Arabia
  4.  20 mins  Theatres are killing themselves: Shekhar Kapur
  5.  23 mins  Don't want to get typecast: Composer Arko
  6.  35 mins  Hope 'Lamberghini' features in a film: The Doorbeens
  7.  38 mins  Traditional Holi festival of Himachal concludes
  8.  38 mins  Two policemen injured in Sopore gunfight
  9.  44 mins  Women play leading role in Sikkim's developmental success
  10.  53 mins  Soldier killed in Pakistan firing on LoC
  11.  1 hr  It's going to be 20 out of 20 in Kerala: Congress
  12.  1 hr  Serial blasts hit New Year celebrations in Kabul

Other Related Videos