China's policy intact, Xiamen Declaration 'nothing new,' says Pakistan's Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal
"Pakistan was in attendance at the Heart of Asia conference. They (BRICS) have copied the declaration that was made then," Pakistan's Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal said
BRICS declaration may have named Pakistan-based terror groups but India shouldn't celebrate just yet
China was apparently scared after Prime Minister Narendra Modi described Pakistan as the “mother ship” of terrorism during the BRICS Summit held at Goa last year.
Army chief Bipin Rawat's remarks contrary to views expressed by Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping at BRICS Summit: China
China on Thursday reacted sharply to Army chief General Bipin Rawat's assertion that Beijing was testing India's limits, saying the remarks were contrary to the views expressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping during their meeting in Xiamen this week.
Narendra Modi gifts Aung San Suu Kyi copy of research proposal that she had submitted to IIAS in 1986
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday presented Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi with a special copy of the original research proposal she submitted for her fellowship in 1986.
BRICS Summit 2017: Amazing turnaround on terror from Goa to Xiamen, but uncertainty remains post-Doka La
Focused diplomacy by India's security managers in Xiamen appears to have borne fruit as Pakistan rejected the BRICS declaration adopted by China.
India, China discard old ideologies: With a weak US, Asian neighbours focus on new geopolitical concerns
India and China's decision to have a "forward-looking" discussion at the bilateral meeting between the heads of the two governments during the 9th BRICS Summit underlines the growing need for policy realignment in a rapidly changing world.
Narendra Modi arrived in Nay Pyi Taw on Tuesday on a three-day visit to Myanmar amid a raging crisis involving Rohingyas in the country's Rakhine state.
Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping BRICS meeting: Doka La standoff may have rescued India-China relationship from a freefall
India's position as a status-quoist, liberal democracy makes it vulnerable before a revisionist superpower such as China which has shown repeated disregard for sovereign boundaries or international rules-based order as it seeks to throw its neo-colonial weight driven by a deep, historical resentment.
BRICS Summit 2017: Counter-terrorism, climate change and sustainable development reverberates in meet
Five major emerging economies opened the BRICS summit at China's Xiamen on Monday to map out their future course
BRICS Summit 2017 as it happened: After 'fruitful' meeting with Xi Jinping, Modi heads to Myanmar amid Rohingya crisis
Modi had arrived in China on Sunday and attended the BRICS Summit on Monday.
BRICS Summit 2017: In a 'forward-looking' conversation, Modi, Xi discuss new border mechanisms to avoid Doka La-like standoff
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping met on the sidelines of the 9th BRICS Summit in Xiamen on Tuesday, with Xi calling for "healthy, stable bilateral ties" between the two countries.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday pitched for coordinated action on counter terrorism, cyber security and disaster management, as he suggested 10 'noble commitments' through which BRICS leadership in global transformation can be achieved.
BRICS Summit 2017: India must avoid drawing the wrong conclusions from China's tactical concessions on LeT, JeM
It is important not to draw all the wrong inferences from Monday's turn of events at the BRICS Summit 2017.
The move to name some Pakistan-based terror groups in the BRICS declaration would "irritate" Islamabad and may strain its ties with China, a Chinese scholar said in a rare criticism of the government's decision.
BRICS Summit 2017: Joint Declaration names terror outfits JeM, LeT; Modi, Xi pitch for sustainable development
In a first in the nine years of BRICS' existence, the five-country group on Monday named Pakistan-based terrorist outfits Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba in its joint declaration
BRICS Summit 2017: Xi Jinping calls on member nations to make international order more just, equitable
Xi called on the five nation grouping to forge unity to jointly advance solutions for international peace and development.
Four documents, including on economic and trade cooperation, were signed by the BRICS countries on Monday with an aim to deepen commercial ties among the grouping's members.
BRICS Summit 2017 highlights: JeM, LeT included in joint declaration due to violent activities, says China
Ahead of the BRICS Summit 2017, Xi Jinping set the tone for the meeting by pushing for trade liberalisation at the BRICS Business Forum on Sunday.
China said that JeM, LeT and the Haqqani network have been included in the BRICS joint declaration due to concerns about their violent activities in the region.