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Intellibrief –  India –  SII CEO assures vaccines first for India. Eye on PLA drills in Aksai Chin, ONGC 93 missing in Cyclone, rescue continues, High recovery, decline in daily case but fatalities concern. Afghanistan Taliban prefer Doha over Turkey talks. Myanmar military targeted. Maldives claims arrest of top extremist. Bangladesh gets more vaccines.

Sri Lanka Supreme Court observations on Port City Bill. Global – Israel Hamas escalation attempts at negotiation.


  • Taliban Ready to Resume Intra-Afghan Talks in Doha: Spokesman
  • Ghani: Afghanistan ‘Ready’ to Fight Taliban after US Pullout
  • US Forces at Bagram Scrapping Vehicles, Equipment


  • Bangladesh to get 1.06 lakh doses of Pfizer vaccine on June 2: health minister
  • ‘Free Rozina now’ reverberates Condemnations pour in over the journo’s arrest


  • DNT and DPT will finalise their candidates for Monggar and Nganglam bye-elections by this week


  • Alleged top extremist arrested from Male’


  • KIA Attacks Seven Tankers Supplying ‘Aviation Fuel’ for Regime
  • Myanmar Regime Reorganizes Committees to Press Ahead With BRI Projects


  • Letter confirming Mahato as leader of JSPN PP registered at parliament secretariat


  • Pakistan to send aid to Palestine to help with Covid-19, medical emergency situation: Fawad Chaudhry
  • FM says all Muslims stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Palestine

Sri Lanka

  • Certain provisions of clauses of the Port City Commission Bill are unconstitutional, Supreme Court rules


  • Did not export vaccines at cost to India: SII
  • India keeping eye on PLA drill near eastern Ladakh
  • 638 ONGC men stranded off Maharashtra, Gujarat coasts rescued, search still on for 93
  • PM Interacts with State and District Officials on the COVID-19 situation
  • Daily Recoveries more than 4 Lakh in the country, for the first time
  • CASOs in Shopian villages
  • ULFA (I) has kept kidnapped ONGC staff in Myanmar: Sarma

Note – Trends are as sourced from the media of respective countries and have not been edited, the content is the sole responsibility of the providers and not that of Security Risks Asia

Regional Strategic Trends & Intellibrief – 19 May
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S R Monitor
about 1 month ago
Updated about 1 month ago