Foxconn's much-touted investment plan in Maharashtra may have fallen victim to strained India-China relations
The Maharashtra government's announcement on Foxconn agreeing to invest in the state had generated much enthusiasm. However, the investment is unlikely to become a reality.
China blocks 'terror' tag for Masood Azhar: Jaish-e-Mohammed saga is only an exercise in realpolitik
India is aware of the fact that perhaps it would never be able to see through a physical extradition of Masood Azhar. History shows that we have had little luck on that front.
Amid rising tensions over their border row, China has cancelled the upcoming visit by a group of Indian journalists to Tibet.
Sikkim border standoff: Amid China aggression, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat reaches Gangtok to take stock of situation
Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat reached Gangtok on Thursday morning amid standoff between Indian troops and Chinese army
China's growing influence is a problem of India's making; it's time to treat all neighbours as equals
India's isolation at the China-led One Belt One Road forum shows that India has failed to help her neighbours overcome their fear and distrust, and build relationships that are meaningful and based on respect and mutual interest
On Friday, China took strong exception to Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama's meeting with President Pranab Mukherjee at the Rashtrapathi Bhavan during a children's summit, saying India must respect China's "core interests" to avoid "any disturbance" to the bilateral ties.
With his speech in the US Congress PM Modi made a decisive break with the Third-World-ism and NAM-ism of the past, and presented a self-confident India that wishes to be an equal partner to the US.
In yet another incident of Chinese incursion, about 250 China's Peoples Liberation Army soldiers entered Arunachal Pradesh's east district of Kameng four days ago, defence sources said.
India under the BJP is so sensitive to China's reaction that it has always compromised both principles and pragmatism in its relations with Taiwan.
India has cancelled the visas of two prominent activists who were supposed to travel to Dharamsala to attend a high-profile conference.
The four-day conference of a host of anti-Beijing international Chinese action groups in Dharamsala from 28 April is bound to mark a watershed in the history of India-China relations.
China is "positive" towards proposals to establish a military hotline with India to deal with issues along their disputed border
The Chinese are known for pushing the envelope and pin-pricking its neighbours with whom it has boundary disputes
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s India visit (17-19 September) has not gone off as well as it could have. The two sides could have made it into a roaring success which it isn’t.
Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh, addressing reporters ahead of the prime minister's back-to-back visits to Moscow and Beijing from Sunday, said China's plans to build the reactors in Karachi "are a matter of concern for India".
India and China will sign a Border Defence Cooperation Agreement during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit next week under which no tailing of each other's patrols and no shooting at each other under any conditions by troops have been provided.
Terming his talks with Prime Minister Singh as "deep, friendly and frank", Li said, "It made me feel like I was at home. I really appreciate his (Singh's) arrangements,