25 Oct 2016
Lucknow: Aiming to settle the ongoing family feud in Samajwadi Party, SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Tuesday said his family and the party are now united.
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.
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.
18 Sep 2016
Moscow: Moscow has called an urgent UN Security Council meeting after US-led coalition hit Syrian forces, killing 62 soldiers and wounding 100 more.
11 Sep 2016
Seoul: A defiant North Korea on Sunday restated its demand for recognition as a "legitimate" nuclear-armed state, as world powers pondered ways to punish Pyongyang for its latest and largest atomic test.
11 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Ratcheting up pressure on Pakistan, Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit Russia and the United States next week to highlight the issue of the neighbouring country sponsoring terrorism in India and discuss efforts to counter ISIS activities in the region.
08 Sep 2016
New York: Praising Vladimir Putin, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said the Russian President was "far more" of a leader than US President Barack Obama and asserted that he would have a "very good relationship" with the Kremlin strongman if he comes to power.