This week’s episode focuses at Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires for the G-20 Summit. Before participating in the actual summit, where Modi raised a number of pertinent global issues, he attended multiple events including bilateral talks with Saudi crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres; In a joint endeavour of India and Pakistan, the foundation stone for the religious Kartarpur corridor was laid on 28thNovember. This proposed border corridor between two countries will connect the Sikh shrines of Dera Baba Nanak Sahib in Indian state of Punjab and iconic Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur in Punjab state of Pakistan, the corridor which will be operational by next year. A wave of resistance against the seven decade misrule and subjugation of Pakistan is gaining strength in illegally occupied territories of Gilgit-Baltistan and PoK; In yet another attempt of reaching out to the insurgents, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has formed a negotiating team, which will seek to bring Taliban to the negotiating table. The international community has unanimously backed Ghani’s decision and has urged the Taliban to join the peace process for the welfare of the country; The regime change in the Maldives has induced a dynamic shift in the foreign policy of the country. In a contrast move to the previous dispensation’s stand, Ibrahim Mohamed Solih-led government in its first diplomatic engagement has reached out to its nearest neighbour and the largest democracy India. The relations between the countries had touched an unprecedented low during Chinese protégé Abdullah Yameen’s rule; 4th edition of Kashmir World Film Festival was organized in the picturesque city of Srinagar.