Indian business ties underpin muted Arab response to New Delhi's actions in Kashmir

By Dawn In this 2017 file photo, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, left, gestures as he receives Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan at the airport in New Delhi, India. — AP Gulf Arab countries have remained mostly silent as IndiaÂ’s government moved to strip the Indian-occupied sector of Kashmir of its limited autonomy, imposing a sweeping military curfew in the disputed Muslim-majority region and cutting off residents from all communication and the internet. This muted response is underpinned by more than $100 billion in annual trade with India that makes it one of the Arabian PeninsulaÂ’s… …read more


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