One by one, the United States has hit at the core tenets of Xi Jinping’s vision for a rising China ready to assume the mantle of superpower.
China's "very aggressive" actions against India, including the brutal attack on Indian soldiers in eastern Ladakh, and its moves in the South China Sea and Hong Kong give a "good insight" . . .
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take part in the India-EU Summit at 4:30 pm today via video conferencing.
Mahindra and Mahindra makes a plethora of vehicles in India. These include passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, heavy vehicles, agricultural equipment, two-wheelers, and even electric vehicles.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday declined to grant any interim relief to a senior army officer, who has challenged the Indian Army's recent policy banning armed forces personnel from using social networking platforms . . .
The juxtaposition of economic development and national security has been a staple item in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speeches on foreign policy.
Indian and Chinese military commanders on Tuesday held over 10-hour-long intense negotiations on finalising a framework for a "time-bound and verifiable" disengagement process from all the friction points . . .
India has faced increased cyber-attacks from China and Pakistan since the nationwide lockdown was imposed end-March and the country continues to encounter threats from malware that communicates with Chinese servers, . . .
India has proposed to build a road in Bhutan’s ‘Yeti territory’ — which China claimed recently — enabling New Delhi to quickly access Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, which borders China.
As part of emergency response programmes, French Development Agency provided a 200 million EUR/ 1600 crore emergency assistance to India to boost social welfare systems and protect vulnerable people.
Pakistan says that Indian Army again resorted to ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) wounding as many as six civilians according to the military wing of Pakistan – ISPR.
Stoking a potential controversy, embattled Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli on Monday claimed that the “real” Ayodhya lies in Nepal, not in India and that Lord Ram was born in Thori in southern Nepal.
Four years after India and Iran signed an agreement to construct a rail line from Chabahar port to Zahedan, along the border with Afghanistan, the Iranian government has decided to proceed with the construction on its own, . . .
Days after India banned 59 Chinese mobile apps, China on Monday (July 13) raised the issue during a bilateral meeting with New Delhi which was recently held.
India has been at the receiving end in its relationship with China during the last seven decades. Looking back at Indo-China relationship, it would become clear that China, all the time, viewed India as a weak country.