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Aug 01, 2017
Sikkim border stand-off: India is finally waking up to the reality that China is bolstering its infrastructure along LACIndia and China are once again at loggerheads but this time the location is not the disputed territories of Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh but Sikkim, a state which Beijing recognises to be the part of India.
Jul 05, 2016
Chinese daily taunts New Delhi, says Bangladesh gaining nothing from India's growthBangladesh hasn't benefitted "very significantly" from India's economic growth and New Delhi may need to place more focus on looking East, a leading Chinese daily said
Jun 16, 2016
Chinese media suggests India, China, Myanmar should restore Stilwell roadChinese media suggests India, China and Myanmar should establish a joint dialogue mechanism to restore the Stilwell Road to revitalise trade in the region.
Dec 03, 2014
Robust ties between India and China will benefit US: Nominee for US envoy to IndiaA healthy relationship between India and China is in the interest of America, nominee for US Ambassador to India has said.
Nov 13, 2014
India turned 'Look East' policy into 'Act East' policy: Modi in MyanmarPM Narendra Modi told world leaders that his government accorded high priority to turn India's erstwhile "Look East" policy into an "Act East" policy.
Nov 04, 2014
Modi interested in economic diplomacy with China, says international relations expertPrime Minister Narendra Modi sees trade and economics as ways to get around political tensions, said an international relations expert.
Sep 02, 2014
India an important global player, says US before impending Modi visit"That's what the United States wants ultimately. We share that very much with India. We see India playing a stabilising role in that part of the world and taking on greater responsibilities that will accrue as it continues to emerge into its own," he said.
Aug 25, 2014
Modi govt to give greater push to India's Look East Policy, says Sushma SwarajThe minister, who is visiting her sixth neighbouring country since she took over as minister in mid-May, also said that India would seek to cooperate with Vietnam in rice exports. India has helped Vietnam with its knowhow in rice cultivation through a rice centre set up here, she said adding "look today, at how they have left us behind" in rice exports.<br />
May 22, 2014
India's low-hanging economic fruit is in the East - the North EastIndia's has ignored the economic and cultural potential of the east and north-east - which is the key to shifting our trade focus from the west to east and south-east Asia. A political shift will yield huge defence savings and economic advantages
May 21, 2014
Can Modi diplomacy improve ties in India's western frontier?The move to invite the Pakistan prime minister to the swearing-in ceremony came as a surprise and got due appreciation.