Beijing, July 5, China must teach India "a bitter lesson" if it "incites" military conflict over the dispute in Donglong region in Sikkim sector, an influential Chinese daily said on Wednesday, adding that the Chinese "look down" on the Indian military, and India will "suffer greater losses than in 1962" in case of a conflict.
Tel Aviv, July 4, Calling visiting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi "a great world leader", Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday said ties between the two countries were perfect to mathematical precision and described the friendship formula as the square of I and of T if multiplied equalled "Israel, India Ties for Tomorrow".
"We were in a festive mood just after the celebrations for the Bengali new year. All preparations were made to harvest our crops but the sudden heavy rainfall and flash flood destroyed everything," says Shafikul Islam, a farmer from Tahirpur Sadar in Sunamganj district, north-eastern Bangladesh. "The flood from Meghalaya (in India) submerged our farmlands, breaking the embankments. We lost everything."