India has joined a long list of countries in which concerns have been raised about whether such institutes are propaganda arms of the Chinese State
Vivo is likely to pull out as the IPL's title sponsor for this year and if relations between the two countries improve, BCCI may look at inking a fresh three-year deal with the company from 2021 to 2023 on revised terms.
Over the decades, India and China have set up countless mechanisms to facilitate dialogue on a variety of topics relevant to the bilateral relationship, not least of which is the geographical delineation of the two countries
'Invisible virus, not China, a threat to India': Ambassador Sun Weidong says nations should handle relations cautiously
The Chinese ambassador to India said the two neighbours need to straighten views on three key issues, including that Beijing is not a strategic threat to New Delhi
Galwan Valley clash: India, China agree on 'early and complete' disengagement, more military talks likely
The MEA said that another meeting of senior army commanders may be held soon to work out further steps to 'expeditiously' complete the disengagement process
China must 'sincerely work' on disengagement, maintenance of peace is basis of bilateral ties, says MEA
Foreign ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said a fresh round of bilateral diplomatic talks is likely to be held on Friday to push forward the disengagement process in eastern Ladakh
Indian Navy’s MiG-29K fighter jets to be deployed in Northern Ladakh sector amid border row with China
Diplomatic and military talks between India and China are continuing for complete disengagement of troops from a number of friction points in eastern Ladakh.
Jingoism, rationalisation can't mask intelligence failure that led to Galwan incident, writes Lt-Gen Bhopinder Singh
The much-bandied 'breach of trust' by the Chinese is a matter of fact, but a wholly insufficient explanation for the situation that unfolded in the Galwan Valley
Each of the ‘Quad’ countries have specific security concerns that emanate from a belligerent, expansionist and increasingly provocative China. However, the ‘Quad’ has so far remained in the realm of strategic dialogues, white papers and occasional drills
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts to rid India of the Himalayan millstone around its neck, and secure a border deal, have been spurned by China since 2014. In Beijing’s view, the unresolved border is a useful coercive tool.
Geopolitical chess: India has answered China’s fait accompli with app ban and political signaling; onus now shifts to Beijing
India’s decision to ban 59 Chinese apps is an astute move as it circumvents WTO regulations on the question of national security and presents China with few retaliatory options
The role of the 'official spokesperson' is no longer about disseminating truth and there's little media can do about it
The media is that solitary institution of democracies across the world that has just one, and one single, function and that is to tell the truth as best it can
Prasar Bharati threatens to cancel PTI's subscription, accuses news agency of 'anti-national' reportage
Prasar Bharati is the largest subscriber of PTI, which is a not-for-profit privately-run news agency and has over 1,000 full-time employees
Indian envoy asks China to move back to its side of LAC, pointing at PLA incursion into sovereign territory
Indian envoy to China Vikram Misri told PTI that India hopes that China will "move back to its side of LAC" offering a completely different picture of the situation along the LAC near eastern Ladakh
In faceoff with China, neither kinetic nor economic conflict is in India's best interests and government knows it all too well
Three years since the Doka La standoff, the Line of Actual Control (LAC) has witnessed a series of skirmishes that had culminated in the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers on 15 June
Govt clarification on LAC vital, shows accountability critical to democracy, reinforces need for transparency
As the din lowers on the Galwan incident per se, the government must willingly welcome and brace itself for more 'questioning' on the overall India-China relationship, and the restiveness in the neighbourhood, including that with traditional allies like Nepal
'Surender Modi': Rahul Gandhi's latest swipe at prime minister over India's Galwan Valley stand-off with China
A day after accusing the prime minister of having "surrendered" Indian territory to Chinese aggression, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday took a swipe at him saying "Narendra Modi is actually Surender Modi".
PMO clarifies Narendra Modi's 'no one inside Indian territory' remarks, says attempts being made to give 'mischievous interpretation'
'The prime minister's observations that there was no Chinese presence on our side of the LAC (Line of Actual Control) pertained to the situation as a consequence of the bravery of our armed forces,' it said.
Galwan Valley clash: 10 Indian Army soldiers, including four officers, released by China three days after violent confrontation
The release of the army personnel, including two Majors, two Captains and six jawans from two units, came about after three days of negotiations in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh headed by a a Major General of the Army.
Galwan incident was no mere 'security' issue; India's diplomacy needs to kick in with rigour to counter China
Historically, India's diplomacy had maintained the high ground of morality, persuasiveness and professional engagement that allowed it to 'manage' the restive neighbourhood and internal contradictions. Current relationships are not reflective of that ability