17 Sep 2016
Geneva: India lost its appeal at the World Trade Organization in a dispute over solar power on Friday, failing to overturn a US complaint that New Delhi had discriminated against importers in the Indian solar power sector.
14 Sep 2016
Washington: The United States and Israel have reached final agreement on a record $ 38 billion package of US military aid and the new 10-year pact is expected to be signed as early as Wednesday, sources close to the matter told Reuters.
05 Sep 2016
Beijing: China on Monday levelled responsibility at the United States and journalists for a fracas at a Chinese airport, in which officials of both countries exchanged heated remarks as President Barack Obama disembarked from his aircraft.
27 Aug 2016
Washington: India and Pakistan should continue a dialogue process to address their differences and issues, including Kashmir, the US has said as it asked the two nations to refrain from indulging in rhetoric.
06 Jun 2016
Geneva: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today left for the US after ending his engagements in Switzerland, where he secured the European nation's support for India's NSG membership ahead of a key meeting of the 48-nation bloc.
03 Jun 2016
Washington: Pakistan has not taken "sufficient action" against terror groups like LeT and JeM, blamed for attacks in India, the US has said while noting that these outfits continue to operate, train, organise and fundraise in that country.
05 Apr 2016
Washington: US President Barack Obama has said NATO is 'critical' to the security of America and its allies in Europe, a virtual rejection of Republican front-runner Donald Trump's views that the intergovernmental military alliance has outlived its utility.
20 Apr 2016
Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit the US on June 7 and 8, a bipartisan group of four top American lawmakers said today and asked the Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan to invite him for a joint meeting of the Congress.
08 Apr 2016
Frankfurt: Owners of Mercedes diesel cars filed a new class-action lawsuit in the United States saying the vehicles likely contained a "defeat device" used to cheat emissions testing, an accusation that Daimler, which owns the carmaker, denied.
17 Sep 2016
United Nations: The spotlight will be on Syria when world leaders gather at the United Nations next week as the United States and Russia try to shore up a fragile truce deal and President Barack Obama pushes for a boost in global refugee aid.