India, Australia hold 2+2 talks, discuss concerns over possible spread of terrorism in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan
The 'two-plus-two' dialogue in Delhi between the foreign and defence ministers of India and Australia were instituted as part of an overall goal to expand strategic cooperation
The Chinese foreign ministry's remarks came in response to a question on Pompeo’s visit to India and other South Asian countries
Third India-US 2+2 dialogue: Bilateral ties must focus on maximising convergences on strategic interests
The focus on convergences and its institutionalisation through dedicated frameworks alleviates the pressures on the two sides to urgently contemplate formalisation of ties.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh met with his US counterpart Mark T Esper on Monday as part of the 2+2 dialogue, and they briefly discussed the issue of India's border row with China
India-US 2+2 talks tomorrow: Dialogue to involve defence, external affairs ministries, key security deal on agenda
The upcoming US-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue will be the third such edition between India and the United States
The Trump administration, ahead of the 2+2 dialogue with India next week, said that the Quad grouping is an "example of effective multilateralism at its best"
US wants Pakistan to take 'immediate, sustained, irreversible' action to counter terrorism, says S Jaishankar
The Trump administration has a very clear position on Pakistan and wants Islamabad to take immediate, sustained and irreversible action on reining in terror groups
Narendra Modi, Donald Trump exchange New Year greetings, discuss trade deficit, defence and Afghanistan over phone
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US president Donald Trump spoke on US's trade deficit with India, and on ways to enhance cooperation in areas of defence and counter-terrorism.
India-US 2+2 talks: Good to see Sushma Swaraj, Nirmala Sitharaman at fore but issue of women's representation lingers
Certainly, the lack of adequate representation of women from much of our politics is not because of a lack of talent.
Rafale row: Hollande's claims could expose BJP government's double standards, endanger ties with Russia
The government may be in for a bigger crisis than the Rafale deal with the US continuing to threaten India with CAATSA sanctions, especially ahead of Vladimir Putin’s India visit in October when the S-400 Triumf deal is expected to be possibly inked
Ajit Doval in US: NSA holds talks with Mike Pompeo and James Mattis, discusses 'future direction' of bilateral ties
Ajit Doval on Friday held "broad-based" talks with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Defence Secretary James Mattis and his American counterpart John Bolton.
India and the United States last week held their maiden 2+2 dialogue in New Delhi. Primarily being a strategic dialogue, trade-related issues were also discussed
2+2 talks: Pakistan Army chief’s anti-India rant a good sign, indicates success of US-India counter-terror strategy
On Pakistan's Defence Day, army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa dared India and vowed to “avenge” the blood of its soldiers.
Iran minister Abbas Akhoundi says working with India to keep oil export lines open, calls US an 'outsider'
Iran on Friday said it is working together with the Indian government to keep its oil export lines to India open even after US sanctions on the Gulf nation kick in on 4 November.
Mike Pompeo delivers Donald Trump's 'zero' tolerance message on Iranian oil, but leaves India with wiggle room
Given the massive amount of oil India imports from Iran, Washington's demand was always going to be tricky to comply with.
India-US 2-plus-2 dialogue: Commitment to 'free and open' Indo-Pacific will send message to China amid trade war
US, wary of China's growing assertiveness in the region and its influence, has been giving increasing weightage to its Indo-Pacific strategy.
2+2 dialogue takeaways: India, US ink COMCASA pact, New Delhi gets waiver to purchase S-400 Triumf from Russia
The 2+2 Dialogue and its outcome make it clear that India and the US have found a certain rhythm in their dealing.
India, US ask Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used to launch cross-border terror attacks
India and the US on Thursday asked Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used to launch terror attacks.
The dialogue is a good chance to take stock of the areas of cooperation, agreement and disagreement between India and the US.
2-plus-2 talks: In US courtship of India and separation from Pakistan, a lesson from Cold War and revenge of history
Pakistan’s delusion stems from a congenital need to pursue parity with India at all times and on all fronts. Back in 1965, prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto had vowed that “If India builds the bomb, we will eat grass or leaves, even go hungry. But we will get one of our own.”