26 Apr 2015
Washington: The US is sending a disaster response team to earthquake-hit Nepal and has authorised an initial USD 1 million to address the immediate needs in the country.
24 Apr 2015
New Delhi: India will take up the issue of a widening trade deficit and greater market access for domestic products during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to China later this month, a top commerce ministry official said.
21 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's proposed visit to China next month, former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh on Tuesday said that it is Pakistan which would have the veto on a "final solution" to the Sino- Indian border issue.
21 Apr 2015
Islamabad: All-weather allies China and Pakistan have launched their first joint think-tank, the acronym of which became the butt of jokes on social media.
20 Apr 2015
New Delhi: The US on Monday said there was no divide with India on the issue of climate change and it would like to be the nation's "best partner", days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made it clear that the country will not come under pressure of international community in this regard.
17 Apr 2015
Beijing: Brushing aside India's concern, Chinese President Xi Jinping will unveil the whopping USD 46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, the biggest overseas investment, linking Pakistan's strategic Gwadar port on the Arabian Sea with its Xinjiang province through PoK.
15 Apr 2015
Ottawa: India on Wednesday announced a liberalised visa policy for Canadian nationals visiting the country, days after extending a similar scheme to French citizens.
16 Apr 2015
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh (AP) Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who is on a visit to China, on Thursday said a special desk would be set up for the benefit of Chinese investors who wish to invest in the state.
16 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Pakistan has successfully conducted a training launch of Ghauri Missile system, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of the Pak military said.
27 Mar 2015
New York: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has said he is "cautiously optimistic" about improvement in his nation's relations with Pakistan but said that sanctuaries toTaliban and other insurgents must end for peace to prevail.