15 Oct 2015
United Nations: India has strongly dismissed Pakistan's raising of the Jammu and Kashmir issue at multiple fora in the UN, asserting that the references are 'totally out of context' and constitute a 'clear interference' in its internal affairs.
22 Oct 2015
Washington: The US has encouraged India and Pakistan to engage in direct dialogue to reduce tensions between them after Islamabad submitted three dossiers on India's alleged role in 'subversive activities' in the country.
21 Jul 2015
Beijing: China is expected to become the world's third largest nuclear generating country by 2017 surpassing South Korea and Japan, said US energy information administration (EIA).
12 Nov 2015
London: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today on the first day of his three-day visit to Britain, started delegation level talks with his British counterpart David Cameron at 10, Downing Street here.
24 Oct 2014
Washington: Describing India as a country of enormous energy and power, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said that the recent visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a moment when Indians and Americans got a real sense of what the two "natural partners" were able to achieve together.
04 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Nepal on Sunday asked India not to “push it to the wall” by choking petroleum and other essential supplies which could compel it to turn to China despite logistical difficulties.
10 Oct 2015
Islamabad: Pakistan won't hold any more talks with India without Jammu and Kashmir on the agenda, reports stated today. "The civil and military leadership has ruled out any talks with India without Kashmir on the agenda", reports quoted a day after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chaired a high-level meeting.
06 Oct 2014
New Delhi: A Mughal-era manuscript filled with Indian miniatures discovered locked up in a cupboard inside a rural England castle is now up for sale at Sotheby's upcoming auction in London.
18 Jul 2015
Beijing: In an embarrassing disclosure for Pakistan, Chinese official media today reported that the 'spy' drone Pakistani army shot down along the LoC, claiming it belonged to Indian security forces, was made in China.
16 Oct 2015
United Nations: UN owes India an amount of USD 85 million for its contribution towards peacekeeping operations including troops, police and equipment, a senior management official has said.