India-China border tension result of complete failure of foreign policy, says Rahul Gandhi; accuses Modi of betraying Army
Addressing the meeting of the Congress Working Committee, he said there has been a "complete and total failure" of foreign policy under the Modi government.
World reacts after Iran attacks US targets in Iraq: Slapped them on their face, says Ayatollah Khamenei; travel advisory for Indians in region; Russia warns of nuclear war
In the first act of Iran's promised revenge for the US killing of their Revolutionary Guard commander Qassem Soleimani, the Islamic republic fired missiles on Wednesday at Iraqi bases which houses the US military. Here is how the world reacted.
US-Iran tension: No longer a fence-sitter, India tilting towards Washington is based on hard-nosed realism
If India’s response to the killing of Iran’s top general Qassem Soleimani made no criticism of the US' role, it is evident that the Narendra Modi government has weighed its options and has opted to tilt in favour of the US
Did Narendra Modi violate Indian foreign policy by endorsing Trump at 'Howdy, Modi'? PM isn't first world leader to back counterparts
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address at the massive 'Howdy, Modi' event in US' Houston has received reactions from across the spectrum, with supporters lauding him for taking a "decisive" stand against terrorism on the global platform and Opposition leaders criticising him for "violating" decades-old foreign policy by endorsing US president Donald Trump's presidential campaign for the 2020 election.
Tens of thousands of Indian-Americans packed into a Houston stadium for a rally with Narendra Modi in a rare mass show of support for a foreign leader on US soil.
50 days of Narendra Modi govt: Centre makes its holistic intent visible, but challenges remain to be tackled
If the Narendra Modi government succeeds in maintaining the tempo of its work and intent it has shown in the first 50 days of its second term, India will be well poised to reap the demographic dividend
US Senate approves India's elevation to NATO-level partnership; mistrust, pursuit of autonomy kept New Delhi away from alliances so far
All eyes are on India as global players await its reaction to the US Senate passing a legislative provision that brings New Delhi at par with its NATO allies and countries like Israel and South Korea.
Tango or not, India must remain steadfast with China; Beijing's call for 'friendship' could be another ploy
Xi Jinping wants China-centric Asia which requires subjugating India. Instead of getting mesmerised by the serpent's gaze, New Delhi should focus on its fangs
India's recent foreign policy decisions point to a growing unrest about China's rise in power and the active territorial dispute between the nations.
As counter-terrorist operations at the Pathankot Indian Air Force (IAF) base continues into the third day, the ordinary man wants answers to the same five questions he has asked following every terror strike engineered by Pakistan