18 May 2015
Islamabad: Recalling the Kargil conflict of 1999 between India and Pakistan, former military strongman Pervez Musharraf on Sunday said New Delhi would never be able to forget the three-month-long battle when his armed forces "grabbed India by the throat".
30 May 2015
United Nations: India has launched a virtual memorial wall to honour the UN peacekeeping heroes who died in service as the first step towards building a permanent monument at the UN headquarters.
17 May 2015
Ulan Bator: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday told his Mongolian counterpart Chimed Saikhanbileg that India is privileged to be considered as Mongolia's spiritual neighbour.
13 Dec 2014
Lima: It may be the greatest irony that the Lima conference, convened to discuss ways of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, has itself generated more such gases than a small country.
15 May 2015
Beijing: Vowing to address the boundary issue at the earliest, India and China on Friday decided to seek a "political" solution to the vexed dispute amid Prime Minister Narendra Modi's assertion that its resolution should transform ties without causing "new disruptions".
05 Feb 2015
Sydney: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he had done all he could to save the lives of two of his citizens facing imminent execution in Indonesia on Thursday, as their lawyers admitted the situation was "bleak".
27 Jun 2015
Wellington: India's High Commissioner to New Zealand Ravi Thapar on Saturday said he was not leaving the country because of assault allegations against his wife but because he wanted to take care of his mother living in India.
24 May 2015
Kathmandu: Nepali authorities urged thousands of villagers on Sunday to move to safety after a landslide likely triggered by recent earthquakes blocked a river, raising fears of a devastating flash flood, officials said.
12 Dec 2014
Islamabad: Progress has been made in the dialogue process between the government and Imran Khan's party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to resolve the months-long political impasse in the country, a Pakistani minister has said.
06 Jun 2015
Dhaka: India and Bangladesh today opened a new chapter in their ties as they settled the 41-year-old boundary dispute and promised to do more in other areas amid Prime Minister Narendra Modi's announcement of a fresh line of credit of USD 2 billion to the neighbouring country.