China's endorsement of Masood Azhar as international terrorist will be India's victory, but won't curb Pakistan
Masood Azhar was responsible for the suicide attack at Pulwama that left 40 members of Indian CRPF personnel dead on 14 February, sparking off a series of events that almost brought India and Pakistan to the brink of war
Imran Khan says Pakistan's ties with India 'only problem' for peace in region, expresses hope for 'civilised relationship' after polls
Imran Khan also said Pakistan hopes that the political solution in Afghanistan will succeed and the war-ravaged country attains stability.
At second Belt and Road Forum, Imran Khan pitches joint projects among BRI countries to combat climate change
The BRI is a multi-billion-dollar initiative launched by Chinese President Xi Jinping when he came to power in 2013. It aims to link Southeast Asia, Central Asia, the Gulf region, Africa and Europe with a network of land and sea routes
China's Belt and Road Forum: India should attend meet to voice sovereignty concerns over CPEC, Chinese hegemony
India has joined the rising chorus of condemnation from a group of countries – led by the United States – who have been warning of severe adverse consequences of the way BRI is being implemented.
Daily Bulletin: Nirav Modi arrested in London; politicians shun Holi celebrations to remember Pulwama soldiers; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Opposition leaders point out that Nirav Modi's arrest in London cannot be considered a victory for the BJP government; all four in Samjhauta blast case acquitted; political leaders to shun Holi celebrations for Pulwama martyrs; and more.
India signals boycott of China's Belt and Road Forum for second time, reiterates that project threatens its sovereignty
India boycotted the first Belt and Road Forum (BRF) in 2017 after protesting to Beijing over the controversial China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which is being laid through the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) overriding New Delhi's sovereignty concerns.
On China's offer for India to join its 'One Belt One Road' (OBOR) initiative, which includes the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), Kumar said India's position on the issue is well-known.
While diplomatic efforts must continue, China understands the language of strength, therefore, India must hold out till at least a mutual withdrawal to pre-June 2017 positions
Underlining the importance of "strategic communication" between China and India, a Chinese expert said in comments published on Friday that leaders of both countries must discuss bilateral problems in a bid to resolve them
India's refusal to join China's Belt and Road Forum was "partly a show" for domestic politics and aimed at piling pressure to get Beijing's "special attention", a state-run Chinese daily said on Tuesday.
India stays away from China's Belt and Road Forum meet, projects a very muddled policy on connectivity
India's decision to give China's Belt and Road Forum meeting — dubbed in some quarters as the diplomatic event of the year — a miss is not a huge surprise
One Belt One Road summit: Sri Lanka's Ranil Wickremesinghe leaves for China soon after seeing off Narendra Modi
It has been argued that Rajapaksa's massive infrastructure projects presented the Chinese with a foothold in the island nation.
China is doing something as audacious as this by inviting India to the Belt and Road Forum (Barf) summit in Beijing on 14-15 May.
China to hold grand Belt and Road Forum meet next week: Will India skip biggest diplomatic event of the year?
China’s Belt and Road Forum, the meeting to flag off its 'One Belt, One Road' proposal, titled 'Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation' on 14 May in Beijing is billed as the biggest diplomatic event of the year