Galwan Valley clashes may have been China's pushback against efforts to thwart its ambitions for Indo-Pacific region
In the days since the violent face-off took place between the soldiers of the Indian Army and the People's Liberation Army in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, the Chinese media has time and again brought the US and its Indo-Pacific Strategy into the conversation
Five Indian sailors return home after 14 months in Greek jail; Pakistani inmates provided support, says crew member
Five Indians, who spent over 14 months in a Greek jail after their cargo ship was detained on charges of carrying explosive material on board, arrived in Mumbai Sunday morning
Toll rises to 52 after two boats carrying migrants from Yemen to Djibouti capsize; 16 people rescued
The death toll from the sinking of two boats carrying migrants to Yemen from Djibouti rose to 52 on Thursday, the UN migration agency said
US senators say Pakistan at risk of debt distress due to CPEC, express concern about China's 'debt-trap' diplomacy
US senators have said that Pakistan is at risk of debt due to rising current-account deficit and external debt obligations caused by the CPEC, in a letter written to the secretary of state Michael Pompeo and secretary of treasury Steven Mnuchin.
China's conquest of economies at full steam as Beijing spreads tentacles of debt across cash-starved African, Pacific Island nations
If economic conditions continued to worsen in countries like Zambia and Kenya owing to and despite the Chinese debt “aid”, Beijing is going to have a very hard time selling BRI projects to countries having slightest capacity to stand up on their own.
South Sudan's warring leaders sign peace deal to share power in latest effort to end five-year civil war
Sudan's state news agency said that South Sudan's President Salva Kiir and rebel opposition leader Riek Machar have signed a peace deal to share power in a transitional government, the latest effort to end a five-year civil war.
International Solar Alliance: Narendra Modi holds bilateral talks with eleven world leaders on sidelines of summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held bilateral talks with the presidents of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh on key issues, including developmental cooperation, besides holding parleys with leaders from nine other countries on the sidelines of the solar alliance meet
Maldives crisis: India must intervene militarily if Abdulla Yameen rebuffs peaceful mediation; masterly inactivity will embolden China
If New Delhi allows status-quo to be perpetuated in the Maldives, India's image as a potential superpower will receive a severe beating
Ram Nath Kovind completes 100 days as President, earns reputation for speedy decision-making and efficient time management
Efficient management of time and speedy decision-making have been the focus of President Ram Nath Kovind who completed 100 days in office on Wednesday.
S Jaishankar in Seychelles: As China shadow looms, India must quickly iron out disputes over Assumption Island
India sent Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on a visit to Seychelles to smooth out differences over the development of infrastructure on Assumption Island.
India is keen to strengthen ties with its people abroad, President Ram Nath Kovind said while urging them to make use of schemes like Overseas Citizen of India (OCI).
President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday arrived on the first leg of his four-day visit to Djibouti and Ethiopia, his maiden trip abroad since taking office.
President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday embarked on a four-day visit to Djibouti and Ethiopia, his first trip abroad since taking office.
President Ram Nath Kovind's visit to Ethiopia and Djibouti in October is likely to be a response to China's attempts at making inroads into Africa
China sends troops to Djibouti base: Beijing's growing presence in Indian Ocean Region should rattle India, US
China on Wednesday dispatched troops to its first overseas naval base in Djibouti. This is being seen as a major step forward for the country's expansion of its military presence abroad.
China has dispatched PLA personnel to man its first overseas military base at Djibouti in the strategic Indian Ocean region, a move likely to spark concerns in the US and India.
Qatar has withdrawn troops deployed on the border between Djibouti and Eritrea, two northeastern African countries fighting over border territory.
Pentagon suggests China is likely to build military base in more overseas locations, including Pakistan
A Pentagon report singled out Pakistan as a possible location for a future Chinese military base, as it forecast that Beijing would likely build more bases overseas after establishing a facility in Djibouti
Four African countries - Ivory Coast, Somalia, Ghana and Djibouti signed the framework agreement of the International Solar Alliance in Gandhinagar in the presence of Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
The launch comes amid China's assertiveness in the South China Sea.