India’s statement did not directly refer to the two-state solution or East Jerusalem, which is India’s traditional position on Palestine – and it was noticed.
China said only that the drone crashed in “recent days” and did not give a location.
Maya Mirchandani discusses the opening of the Chabahar port and why it is crucial for India with the editor of Hard News, Sanjay Kapoor, and senior fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, Nandan Unnikrishnan.
Mallya’s lawyers plan to argue that the extradition request should be rejected because of lack of evidence against him.
Is India bracing for the potential fallout?
India’s treatment of Ivanka Trump as an ex-officio head of state and the US senate’s pass to LeT are proof that we need strong grassroots lobbying to supplement our diplomatic efforts.
Earlier this month, India announced a 50% tariff on dry pea imports from all countries, causing prices to fall in Canada, the world’s biggest exporter.
China already has an FTA with Pakistan and is currently negotiating a deal with Sri Lanka.
Anders Samuelsen held discussions with external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on various aspects of bilateral ties including trade and investment, renewable energy.
Pakistan foreign office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal said on Thursday that the Indian request is under consideration.
Nationalist chest-thumping is for lightweights and losers. India is neither.
Will Emmerson Mnangagwa, a ruthless leader who carried out Mugabe’s policies for nearly four decades, turn out to be a better leader than his predecessor?
Members of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement claimed the Indian defence ministry’s move was a “huge blow” to the Israeli military industry.
The UK withdraws its candidate, leaving the field clear for Dalveer Bhandari, who had the overwhelming support of the UN General Assembly.
Developed countries want to include new issues like e-commerce, investment facilitation and government procurement in the discussion.
Britain, on its part, is looking to avoid an uncomfortable vote by invoking an arcane process that would have a joint committee choose a candidate to fill the vacant spot.
T.C.A. Raghavan’s The People Next Door is written with deep personal knowledge and a genuine investment in the India-Pakistan relationship.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is confident that parliament will legislate to permit same-sex marriage before it breaks in December.
With reports of foreign diplomats leaving Delhi, the Dominican Republic’s ambassador to India met with MEA officials on Friday to share their diplomatic community’s concerns.
The Indian government is likely disappointed by the development although officials stressed that the overall “trend line” on Pakistan remained promising.
China had said before that the Indian defence minister’s tour of the “disputed area” is not conducive to peace and tranquillity in the region.
The last meeting of officials of the four countries took place in May 2007 in the Filipino capital on the sidelines of the ASEAN Regional Forum.
According to media reports, India and Pakistan may have discussed the issue in a recent meeting between external affairs minister Sushma Sawraj and the newly-appointed Pakistani High Commissioner to New Delhi Sohail Mahmood,
Tough race ahead as British, who stand to lose a privilege taken for granted for decades, pull out all stops.
External affairs ministry spokesperson said that the nature of the extradition request will be known in next few days.
“We are committed to developing friendly relations with these two countries and also we would like to see India and Bhutan developing normal relations,” the Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said.
Lobbying for Bhandari’s re-election is taking place at the highest levels, including by the prime minister himself.
The Trade Policy Forum – the first such meeting since US President Donald Trump took office – laid bare the wide gap in what the US wants and what India is (un)willing to give.
Former diplomats have said that while a resource centre exclusively focusing on China will produce good research work, they remain skeptical about its effectiveness.
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said that India was open to working with countries “on issues that advance our interests and promote our viewpoint”
Examining the three measures Tharoor suggested, and others which are debated frequently, aimed at improving India’s foreign policy and its delivery.
‘How India Sees the World’ lays out the idea that diplomacy is not only an instrument of politics, but also shapes politics as we know it.
Swaraj is in Dhaka to co-chair the fourth meeting of the Joint Consultative Commission with her Bangladeshi counterpart A.H. Mahmood Ali.
The external affairs ministry statement comes days after the US secretary of state criticised China and a week before Tillerson’s visit to India.
The film is a subtle reminder to India and other “recipients” of technology that its uses are determined as much by Hollywood as they are by Silicon Valley.
Colombians tested a new approach to ending violence: fight terror as if there are no negotiations, negotiate as if there is no terror.
A Kerala advocate had filed an RTI query with the ministry asking for documents and reasons for denying permission to Kerala tourism minister to attend a UN tourism meet.
India’s relationships with Bangladesh, Myanmar and China hang in the balance.
Pakistan’s hegemonic design in Afghanistan is clear, but what is subtle is that it seeks to leverage its use of jihadist proxies to convince the US to help resolve the Kashmir dispute with India.
With the Rohingya refugee influx, India faces a litmus test on its commitment to international law in its domestic refugee policy implementation.