India, Australia sign seven agreements, decide to allow reciprocal access to military bases in Narendra Modi-Scott Morrison virtual summit
India and Australia on Thursday elevated their ties to a comprehensive strategic partnership and signed seven agreements during a virtual summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison
Strength of India-Saudi ties will depend on mutual interests, not homilies on terror, ‘hugplomacy’ or admonition of Pakistan
We are missing the forest for the trees by focusing too much on body language to define bilateral ties on the cusp of a close strategic partnership
Modi-MbS joint statement provides reality check about India's foreign policy: So many partners, so few friends
On Thursday, the Grand Old Party's national spokesperson Randeep Surjewala lashed out at Narendra Modi over the inadequacies of the joint statement signed by the prime minister and Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman on Wednesday
Venkaiah Naidu in Serbia: Vice-president calls distinction between good and bad terrorism most serious threat
Naidu is in Belgrade as part of a three-nation tour to Serbia, Malta and Romania to boost ties with the Central European countries.
In the Xiamen Declaration issued at the end of the BRICS Summit's plenary session, the influential grouping called upon the international community to establish a "genuinely broad" international counter-terrorism coalition
Raising concern over access to WMDs, India has called for the adoption of the long-stalled Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said India appreciates Cyprus' support for its permanent membership of the UNSC and called for early reform of the Security Council.
India has asked the world community to "redouble" the efforts to fight the growing threat of terrorism by expediting the adoption of an international convention on terrorism, saying the UN members must recognise the "graveness" of its threat.
Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju on Wednesday said that there was need for an international legal framework to combat terrorism.
India has demanded in the UN that perpetrators of terror attacks and the nations that sponsor and provide safe havens to terrorists must be made accountable and it called for early adoption of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT).
Sushma Swaraj also briefed Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Al Nahyan about the terror attack on the Pathankot airbase, official sources said.
India on Wednesday said it had decided to hold dialogue with Pakistan as it is the only way to remove "the shadow of terrorism".