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China asks India to ‘meet halfway’ in ties amid border dispute...

China has urged India to meet it ‘halfway’ and bring more support for people as the two sides engage in dialogue to...

Desire normal ties with Pak, all issues should be resolved bilaterally:...

Days after Indian and Pakistani armies agreed to strictly observe all their ceasefire agreements, India on Friday maintained that it desires normal...

India likely to start full operations at Chabahar port by end...

India expects to start full-scale operations at Iran’s Chabahar general cargo port it has built by the end of May, the country’s...

India’s sword-wielding Sikh warriors guard protesting farmers

In an electric-blue robe, foot-high turban and wielding an antiquated sword and a walkie-talkie, Amar Singh patrols a maze of tents and...

Problems Among Neighbouring Nations Should be Resolved via Talks: Sheikh Hasina...

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina told visiting Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar that “problems among neighbouring countries should be resolved through...

India’s cunning de-escalation after setting Kashmir alight

Begrudgingly, I doff my cap to India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his left-hand man, national security adviser Ajit Doval. 

India’s foreign minister travels to Bangladesh amid Rohingya repatriation crisis

India’s foreign minister arrived in Bangladesh on Thursday ahead of a visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi amid efforts to resolve the...

India’s “energy diplomacy” with Russia will reap strategic dividends

The opening of the “Indian Energy Centre” in Moscow on Tuesday will reap strategic dividends for both sides. One of the world’s...

India Provides Food, Medical Care to Rohingya Group Adrift at Sea,...

Last week India said its coastal guard has found the boat carrying a group of Rohingya refugees adrift in the Andaman sea...

Indians lash out at Dale Steyn for saying ‘cricket is forgotten’...

Quetta Gladiators' Dale Steyn has earned the ire of Indian cricket fans after opening up about his experience playing in the Indian...

What’s next for Pakistan-India?

A renewal of the 2003 ceasefire at the Line of Control (LOC) between Pakistan and India is unequivocally good news. Neither country’s...

Indian gavernment urged to provide refuge to 81 Rohingya Muslims adrift...

Human Rights Watch and Rohingya refugees in India called on the government to provide refuge to 81 Rohingya  Muslims whose boat has...

Virat Kohli is like modern day hero, represents the new attitude...

Australian great Steve Waugh feels that Virat Kohli is like a "modern-day hero" who represents the "new attitude of India" of taking...

China ‘hacked’ India power grid

Amid heightened border tension between India and China, a Chinese government-linked group of hackers targeted India’s critical power grid system through...

How India’s regional strategy is adapting to the post-Trump reality

India surprised many of its critics by successfully carrying out the synchronised disengagement of its forces along the northern Line of Actual...

Lockdown in Tamil Nadu extended till March 31, staggered working hours...

The Tamil Nadu government on Sunday announced the extension of the lockdown in the state till March 31, in view of the...

Pakistan ready to resolve all outstanding issues with India through dialogue:...

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday welcomed the ceasefire agreement with India saying Islamabad remained ready to move forward to resolve...

Drawing the right lessons after India’s 2019 brinkmanship with Pakistan

The Balakot crisis revealed how the Modi government was willing to risk taking two nuclear-states to war for political gain — the...

Countdown begins for ISRO’s first mission in 2021, Brazil’s Amazonia-1 on...

If things go as planned, an Indian rocket will launch a Brazilian satellite for the first time from Sriharikota spaceport on Sunday.

Violence in name of farmers’ rights, apparently, left her unmoved: India...

Responding to UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet statements on ongoing farmers' protest in India, Permanent Representative of India, Ambassador Indra Mani...

Chris Woakes flies home from India Test tour after lengthy spell...

England will not be able to call upon Chris Woakes for next week's fourth Test against in Ahmedabad, after he left the...

‘Hope other countries follow your example’: WHO chief lauds India, Modi

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s commitment for supporting vaccine equity and sharing Covid vaccines with over...

Will Shabnam Ali be the first Muslim woman to be hanged...

The case of Shabnam Ali, a 38-year old woman on death row in India, has ignited a debate on the efficacy...

India unveils tougher rules for social media including Facebook, Twitter

India announced new rules on Thursday to regulate big social media firms, such as Facebook and Twitter, the latest effort by Prime...

India was in crisis months ago. Why have its Covid cases...

Six months ago, India was in crisis. Critically ill Covid-19 patients were being turned away from hospitals. Doctors were collapsing from exhaustion....

India’s health workers balk at taking homegrown Covid-19 vaccine

India is struggling to convince its health and frontline workers to take a homegrown Covid-19 vaccine controversially approved without late-stage efficacy data,...

India, Pakistan agree to follow all ceasefire pacts

India and Pakistan have agreed to strictly observe all agreements on ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) and other sectors, according...

Srinagar-Leh highway to be reopened from Feb 28

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday announced that the Srinagar-Leh national highway will be reopened for vehicular traffic on February 28,...

Kapil Mishra has no regret on his speech, says will redo...

BJP leader Kapil Mishra has said that he has no regret on his provocative speech that had delivered in communally charged Chandpur...

Hydrogen usage can be a game changer for India

India’s National Hydrogen Energy Mission, which is in the works, may mandate fertilizer, steel and petrochemicals industries to shift to green hydrogen...

Occupied Kashmir officials begin rounding up Rohingya refugees

Authorities in Occupied Kashmir have sent at least 168 Rohingya refugees to a holding centre, police said on Sunday, in a process...