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India's foreign policy for next 5 years: New Delhi must stave off Chinese influence on Myanmar through trade, development assistance
World

India's foreign policy for next 5 years: New Delhi must stave off Chinese influence on Myanmar through trade, development assistance

The Modi government has much to look forward to in Myanmar, largely based on the significant amount of work it has already accomplished.

Pakistan not to be part of Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony on 30 May, says Reuters report quoting MEA sources
Politics

Pakistan not to be part of Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony on 30 May, says Reuters report quoting MEA sources

India will not invite Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to Thursday's swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi, who starts his second term as India’s prime minister, two sources in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, suggesting any early warming in ties between the nuclear-armed neighbours is unlikely.

Kyrgyz president, Mauritius PM, BIMSTEC leaders invited for Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony, says MEA
World

Kyrgyz president, Mauritius PM, BIMSTEC leaders invited for Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony, says MEA

The invitation to leaders of BIMSTEC member states for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony on 30 May is in line with the government's focus on the 'neighbourhood first' policy, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said on Monday.

Nepal polls 2017: As Communists rise to power, India's 'big brother' attitude only alienated the Nepalis
India

Nepal polls 2017: As Communists rise to power, India's 'big brother' attitude only alienated the Nepalis

Three and a half years later, the "neighbourhood first" is now under scrutiny. Courtesy: Nepal.

Doka La standoff an opportunity for India to restructure foreign, domestic policy
India

Doka La standoff an opportunity for India to restructure foreign, domestic policy

Doka La standoff with China has offered India an opportunity to recalibrate, re-structure and revitalise its foreign and domestic policy. The question is if the country’s establishment is willing to seize it