05 Feb 2015
New Delhi/Colombo: In his first foreign visit after assuming charge , Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena will arrive in India on February 15 on a four-day visit during which he will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and discuss key issues including peace and reconciliation process in his country.
30 Jan 2015
Washington: As many as 38 incidents targeting the Christian community in India were reported in the last two months of 2014, a Republican lawmaker has claimed, alleging that there is rise in attack against the minorities.
06 Feb 2015
Washington: United States has said China would be a beneficiary of a greater role played by India in the Asia Pacific region, rejecting outrightly the concerns expressed in the Communist nation about the growing Indo-US relationship.
04 Feb 2015
Washington: President Barack Obama's nominee for Defence Secretary Ashton Carter on Wednesday said strengthening defence ties with India and expanding co-production and co-development of military technology would be his top priority.
29 Jan 2015
Islamabad: Pakistan has decided not to show any haste in resumption of stalled Indo-Pak dialogue and will wait till India is ready to talk on all issues, according to a media report here.
28 Jan 2015
Islamabad: Pakistan wants "normal" ties with India on the basis of "mutual respect and sovereign equality", Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday, describing India as an important neighbour.
03 Feb 2015
Beijing: Russia, India and China on Monday agreed to explore the potential for cooperation in the field of oil and natural gas among themselves and in other fields of energy and in environmental protection and to further strengthen coordination on global issues.
09 Jul 2014
Kathmandu: Nepal has sought to acquire two advanced light helicopters (ALHs) from India on subsidized price and New Delhi has taken the request positively, Foreign Ministry sources here said on Tuesday.
27 Jan 2015
United Nations: Fondly recalling his "wonderful" memories of India, UN chief Ban Ki-moon has said he feels at home in the country and still remembers the phone number of his old house in New Delhi where he started his diplomatic career in 1972.
02 Feb 2015
Washington: The United States President Barack Obama has assured China not to feel threatened by good relations between the US and India, as he cautioned the Communist giant against "bullying" small countries like Vietnam or the Philippines on maritime issues.