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Oct 29, 2017
Pakistan releases 68 Indian fishermen held for trespassing into its territorial waters, say officialsPakistan on Sunday released 68 Indian fishermen held for trespassing into its territorial waters, officials said
Oct 15, 2017
Arun Jaitley in US: Finance minister says oil payment issues with Iran have been resolvedFinance minister Arun Jaitley has said that most of the pending issues with Iran particularly relating to the oil payment have been resolved
Sep 29, 2017
Afghanistan slams Pakistan for 'supporting' terror groups, says nobody can dictate its foreign policySlamming Pakistan for its support to various terror groups, Afghanistan said on Friday that the time has come for taking a "fundamental" decision that no country should be allowed to use terror as an instrument of foreign policy
Jul 08, 2017
G20 Summit: Angela Merkel meets Recep Erdogan, says 'deep differences' remain between both of themGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday that "deep differences" remain between her and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Jun 02, 2017
Vladimir Putin says US elections may be hacked by 'patriotic' individuals to avenge 'Russo-phobic hysteria'President Vladimir Putin acknowledged that some "patriotic" individuals may have engaged in hacking, but Russia as a country has never done it, and he pledged Thursday to wait out US political battles to forge constructive ties with President Donald Trump.
Jun 10, 2016
Congress attacks BJP chief over his 'limited knowledge of international affairs'The Congress on Friday ridiculed BJP president Amit Shah for his statement that US support for India's bid to enter the multi-lateral export control regimes MTCR and NSG will "pave the way for India to become an important arms exporter", by saying that the BJP "needs to understand that MTCR was about controlling proliferation of missiles and not becoming an arms exporter".
Nov 12, 2015
Why India's policy on N-liability reduces the potential of the civil nuclear deal with USIndia's stubbornness on nuclear liability seems to have the purpose of punishing foreign vendors rather than achieving a pragmatic system.