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Good ties with China not be at cost of security, dignity Khurshid

Sep 19, 2014

Good ties with China not be at cost of security, dignity Khurshid

The former External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said Modi should have raised the issue of Arunachal and dams on Brahmaputra more seriously. #India #China #Arunachal Pradesh #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Tibet #Ladakh #Xi Jinping #Li Keqiang #Chumar #Brahmaputra dam
Xi quoted Tagore, Gandhi to spiritually connect with Indians

Sep 19, 2014

Xi quoted Tagore, Gandhi to spiritually connect with Indians

Xi has quoted a wide range of prominent figures and idiomatic phrases from China and India to illustrate Beijing's diplomatic philosophy and its increased priorities in South Asia during his address at the Indian Council of World Affairs yesterday, state media reported. #India #China #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Rabindranath Tagore #Mahatma Gandhi #Jawaharlal Nehru #Xi Jinping
India-US ties expands beyond limits of New Delhi and Washington, says Modi

Sep 19, 2014

India-US ties expands beyond limits of New Delhi and Washington, says Modi

While accepting that the India-US ties have been through many ups and downs, Modi was confident that the ties have taken a new shape in first decade of the 21st century. #India #US #Al-Qaeda #Narendra Modi #diplomacy #Afghanistan #VeryCloseUp #Indian Muslims
PM Cameron's legacy salvaged as Scotland refuses to divorce UK

Sep 19, 2014

PM Cameron's legacy salvaged as Scotland refuses to divorce UK

Cameron has escaped the miserable fate of becoming the Conservative and Unionist Party prime minister who lost the union -- hardly a legacy to be proud of. #Prime Minister #Queen Elizabeth #diplomacy #ConnectTheDots #Nato #David Cameron #Britain #United Kingdom #Labour Party #Scotland #UK #Scottish independence #Scotland independence vote

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In the Devyani Khobragade saga, Indo-US ties biggest victim

Jan 12, 2014

In the Devyani Khobragade saga, Indo-US ties biggest victim

The Americans grossly misjudged and miscalculated the response of India, ignoring the fact that Washington chose to up its ante at a time when general elections are less than four months away and no government in New Delhi could have politically afforded to take the American affront lying low. #United States #Barack Obama #diplomacy #ConnectTheDots #Preet Bharara #Nisha Desai Biswal #United Nation #Devyani Khobragade #Sangeeta Richards #India-US diplomacy #Diplomat arrest row
Why did US take such a pig-headed and brutish approach?

Dec 20, 2013

Why did US take such a pig-headed and brutish approach?

India should not back down at any cost because whatever US does now the damage has already been done. #India #US #diplomacy #LetterstoFP #Devyani Khobragade

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Why did US take such a pig-headed and brutish approach?

Sep 14, 2014

Protesters: We need diplomacy, not airstrikes

Protesters rallied against President Obama’s plan to launch airstrikes against the terror group ISIS near Boston Common yesterday, calling for negotiation and increased aid instead of military intervention. “This is becoming a genocidal war, and it w... #George W. Bush #Barack Obama
Why did US take such a pig-headed and brutish approach?

Sep 09, 2014

Don't blame Mark Carney for injecting facts into Scotland-pound debate

Bank of England boss is right: inside a currency zone, a country can't have sovereignty in the sense of full fiscal independence Currency union not compatible with sovereignty, says Carney When he spoke in Edinburgh in January, Mark Carney was a mode... #London #Scotland #Edinburgh #Bank of England
Why did US take such a pig-headed and brutish approach?

Sep 16, 2014

Canada number one in America's heart, U.S. online survey says

WASHINGTON - Canada, you're apparently America's sweetheart — or so says a new survey. When Americans were asked to rate their favourite nations, the cold country to the north elicited the warmest feelings. Conducted since 1974, the Chicago Council o... #Iran #Canada #Cuba #China #United Kingdom