23 Apr 2014
New Delhi: Pakistan on Wednesday said it was "encouraged" after BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's remarks regarding ties with foreign countries and asserted that it was looking forward to a stable government here to engage "quickly, comprehensively and meaningfully".
22 Apr 2014
Beijing: Terming China as an "old friend" of India, the BJP has sought to assure Beijing that it will make efforts to resolve the boundary dispute through amicable dialogue and ensure "better" bilateral relations if the party wins the general election.
27 Mar 2014
New Delhi: Amid the poll season in India, neighbour Pakistan has started sowing seeds of problems for the next government to be formed in New Delhi. Besides promoting cross-border terrorism, Pakistan is giving an impetus to international lobbying in order to build heat around the contentious Kashmir issue.
28 Jan 2014
Washington: United States and Pakistan have said that an improvement in relations between New Delhi and Islamabad enhances the prospects of regional stability and prosperity.
23 Apr 2014
Mirzapur (UP): Claiming that the country's borders are not safe under the present regime, BJP leader Amit Shah on Wednesday said once Narendra Modi becomes the Prime Minister, Pakistani intruders "will not dare to enter" into Indian territory.
08 Apr 2014
New Delhi: A pan-Indian contemporary dance festival aimed at fostering cultural relations between India and France will begin here on April 11, the organisers said.
15 Apr 2014
New Delhi: Industry body FICCI has raised the issue of US plans to declare India as a 'Priority Foreign Country for IPR violations’ with a visiting delegation of American companies.
20 Feb 2014
Male: Pakistan on Thursday assured India that it is moving expeditiously with the trial of seven persons accused of involvement in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks and an outcome is expected in a "couple of months".
20 Jan 2014
Jaipur: Pakistan needs to show some vision and generosity for relations between itself and India to be normalized, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said in Jaipur on Sunday.
21 Apr 2014
Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) didn't make an attempt to convince former test captain, Rashid Latif to change his mind about accepting the position of chief selector because of pressures from the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).