Raised issue of human rights of minorities with Indian ministers, says US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin
Replying to a question on the India-China border row in eastern Ladakh at a media briefing, Austin also said that the US never thought that New Delhi and Beijing were at the threshold of war
'India is key partner in engaging with China': US, New Delhi on common ground in tackling strained ties with Beijing
The US' ties with China and India have major ramifications for the global geopolitical scenario
India-China ties are at crossroads, future actions will have 'profound repercussions' globally, says S Jaishankar
Union External Affairs minister also outlined eight principles to repair ties between the countries. This included strict adherence to all agreements on management of LAC, among others
Addressing a briefing in Beijing, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying claimed that the "merits of the situation at the border area are very clear and the responsibility totally lies with the Indian side"
Russian deputy chief of mission Roman Babushkin said that the tensions between the two Asian powers can be misused by other players in their geo-political purposes
Ladakh stand-off: India determined to protect sovereignty and territorial integrity, says Rajnath Singh
The Union defence minister also said that India is committed to respecting various agreements and protocols for maintaining peace along the borders
India is aiming at limiting trade links with China, top exporter of airconditioners to India, as part of a policy to cut dependence on its neighbour
US diplomat takes note of China's military muscle-flexing in Ladakh, warns India of 'elephant in the room'
Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun said the US was exploring ways to empower India without altering its 'strong and proud tradition of strategic autonomy'
Centre approves setting up secure communication network for Army in forward locations at cost of Rs 7,796 crore
Officials said the project aiming to enhance network coverage along the LOC and LAC will be rolled out by State-owned company, ITI, within three years
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
Coronavirus Outbreak: Lockdown impacts events planned to celebrate 70 yrs of India-China ties; Beijing says diplomatic relations will emerge stronger after pandemic
On 1 April, 1950, India became the first non-Communist country in Asia to establish diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China (PRC).
India invested enormous effort in relations with China, stability bottom-line requirement in complicated ties: S Jaishankar
Jaishankar refused to join the Trump administration which describes 5G as a national security issue, by saying that for India it is a telecom issue and not political one
India, China must respect each other’s core concerns, says S Jaishankar; notes that relationship between Asian giants has global dimensions
As the two largest developing countries and emerging economies, cooperation between India and China is of great importance to the world, S Jaishankar told state-run Xinhua news agency in an interview on Sunday.
EAM S Jaishankar likely to travel China in August to lay groundwork for Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping summit in October
In the Wuhan summit, Modi and Xi decided to issue "strategic guidance" to militaries of the two countries to strengthen communications to build trust and understanding
SCO far from becoming India-Russia-China triangle, though it leaves New Delhi's ties with US in awkward spot
India's entry into the SCO with Russia's backing carried a calculus of strengthening a weakened Moscow's hand, while hedging against China's rising presence in Central and South Asia.
Narendra Modi's new outreach to China is bigger than just foreign policy and may hold keys to Asia's future
China’s might is reshaping India’s neighbourhood, raising fears that allies like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan could end up orbiting Beijing.
China said it was willing to have more discussions with all parties concerned, including India, on blacklisting Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar.
China defends blocking Masood Azhar terror listing at UNSC, says it will help concerned parties develop 'lasting solution'
Asked why China once again resorted to block India's bid against Masood Azhar, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a media briefing that Beijing's decision is in line with the rules of the committee.
Behind Sri Lanka's political turmoil lies an India-China struggle for influence: New Delhi-Tokyo port project and Beijing's debt diplomacy
India, the traditional power in the region, is muscling into port and other projects, pushing back hard against China. The big fear for India is that Sri Lanka, just off its southern coast and on one of the world’s busiest shipping routes, could become a Chinese military outpost.
BRICS Summit: New Delhi, Beijing agree to maintain 'momentum' in ties; Chinese defence minister to visit India in August
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping agree to maintain the "momentum" in their ties during BRICS summit. The Chinese defence minister will visit India in August