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Narendra Modi's Palestine visit: India's improved ties with Israel could help push peace process, say experts
India

Narendra Modi's Palestine visit: India's improved ties with Israel could help push peace process, say experts

According to experts Palestinian leadership believe India now has more leverage with Israel and can pressure it to revive the peace process with Palestine

Maldives crisis: Mohamed Nasheed seeks India's military and diplomatic intervention to end ongoing turmoil
World

Maldives crisis: Mohamed Nasheed seeks India's military and diplomatic intervention to end ongoing turmoil

Exiled former Maldivian president Mohamed Nasheed on Tuesday sought India's diplomatic and military intervention to resolve the ongoing political crisis in the island nation after President Abdulla Yameen declared a state of Emergency and troops arrested the top judge.

Vijay Gokhale takes over as foreign secretary: Fixing neighbourhood policy, checking China's rise top priorities
India

Vijay Gokhale takes over as foreign secretary: Fixing neighbourhood policy, checking China's rise top priorities

After S Jaishankar's retirement, Vijay Gokhale on Monday took office as the new Foreign Secretary of India.

Political leadership, not MEA officials, took calls on Doka La: A welcome change in dealing with China
India

Political leadership, not MEA officials, took calls on Doka La: A welcome change in dealing with China

The events of 2017 were a watershed for the bilateral relations between India and China and may actually define/influence the future course of the 'blow hot-blow cold' relationship

Benjamin Netanyahu in India updates: Israeli PM calls India 'world power,' says he is excited about historic week
India

Benjamin Netanyahu in India updates: Israeli PM calls India 'world power,' says he is excited about historic week

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu will arrive in New Delhi on Sunday on a six-day visit during which both the strategic partners will aim to further expand ties on a range of key areas including defence and trade besides deliberating on Israel-Palestine relationship.

From 'secret message' groups to utilising time-differences, how India ensured Dalveer Bhandari clinched ICJ election
World

From 'secret message' groups to utilising time-differences, how India ensured Dalveer Bhandari clinched ICJ election

Diplomacy played an extremely important part in Dalveer Bhandari's election to the ICJ as Indian diplomats worked with their international counterparts to defeat UK.

India is ready to tackle China's military threat, says defence expert
India

India is ready to tackle China's military threat, says defence expert

An Indian defence expert has said that India is ready to tackle China's military threat and Pakistan will continue to use nuclear threat as a deterrent.

India must avoid triumphalism post Doka La; China is a tricky adversary and Xi Jinping is under pressure
India

India must avoid triumphalism post Doka La; China is a tricky adversary and Xi Jinping is under pressure

Rajnath Singh's premature triumphalism over Doka La undermines the diplomatic effort that went behind the resolution of the crisis, and could trigger irritants in bilateral ties between India and China

'German Days' in Mumbai: Business, innovation and culture is all set to converge from 4 to 7 October
India

'German Days' in Mumbai: Business, innovation and culture is all set to converge from 4 to 7 October

The Indo-German Chamber of Commerce, along with the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, will be hosting "German Days" between 4 and 7 October at the Mahalaxmi Racecourse.

Kuwait Emir commutes death sentences of 15 Indians to life imprisonment
India

Kuwait Emir commutes death sentences of 15 Indians to life imprisonment

Death sentence of 15 Indians, lodged in Kuwaiti jails, have been commuted to life imprisonment by the Emir of Kuwait, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Saturday.

China not prepared enough to handle a cultural giant like India as neighbour, says Shyam Saran
India

China not prepared enough to handle a cultural giant like India as neighbour, says Shyam Saran

Shyam Saran spoke on the intricacies of the bilateral relations and the way forward for the two Asian giants.

US considering closing embassy in Cuba after 'sonic attack', says Rex Tillerson
World

US considering closing embassy in Cuba after 'sonic attack', says Rex Tillerson

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday that Washington is considering the possibility of closing its embassy in Havana in the wake of a mysterious "sonic attack" .

US, Russian envoys to meet in Finland to calm diplomatic tensions between countries
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US, Russian envoys to meet in Finland to calm diplomatic tensions between countries

The United States (US) and Russian envoys are to meet in Finland this coming week in a bid to calm diplomatic tensions that have risen to levels of the Cold War.

BRICS Summit 2017 highlights: JeM, LeT included in joint declaration due to violent activities, says China
India

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.

Doka La standoff: Ajit Doval proves it doesn't take a diplomat to resolve an international crisis
India

Doka La standoff: Ajit Doval proves it doesn't take a diplomat to resolve an international crisis

In the case of easing tension on the Doka La issue, it was proved that diplomacy is the option for solving crises of any magnitude

ASEAN Summit: Southeast Asian nations discuss ways to tackle Chinese expansionism in South China Sea
World

ASEAN Summit: Southeast Asian nations discuss ways to tackle Chinese expansionism in South China Sea

Southeast Asian nations feuded over how to respond to Chinese expansionism in the South China Sea, with Vietnam insisting on a tough stance but Cambodia lobbying hard for Beijing, diplomats said

Jerusalem holy site conflict: Israel to remove metal detectors after multiple incidents of violence
World

Jerusalem holy site conflict: Israel to remove metal detectors after multiple incidents of violence

Israeli ministers have decided to stop the use of metal detectors at a highly sensitive Jerusalem holy site after the new security measures set off deadly violence.

Donald Trump arrives in France for two-day visit, seeks to soften differences over climate change and trade
World

Donald Trump arrives in France for two-day visit, seeks to soften differences over climate change and trade

US President Donald Trump arrived in Paris on Thursday for a two-day visit in a diplomatic move to soften divergence with France over climate change and trade liberalisation

Naresh Chandra, India's former ambassador to US, dies at 82
India

Naresh Chandra, India's former ambassador to US, dies at 82

Former Indian Ambassador to the US Naresh Chandra died at a hospital in Goa on Saturday.

Xi Jinping to Donald Trump: 'Negative factors' straining US-China relations
World

Xi Jinping to Donald Trump: 'Negative factors' straining US-China relations

Xi stressed that since his meeting with President Trump, important results have been achieved in China-US relations.