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Kashmir row: India plans to cut some imports from Turkey; likely to widen curbs on more products from Malaysia
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Kashmir row: India plans to cut some imports from Turkey; likely to widen curbs on more products from Malaysia

The government is also planning to cut imports of oil and steel products from Turkey.

Narendra Modi to visit Russia: Reviving New Delhi-Moscow ties key to containing China's hegemony in South Asia
World

Narendra Modi to visit Russia: Reviving New Delhi-Moscow ties key to containing China's hegemony in South Asia

India prominently figures in Russia’s geopolitical schemes as part of Russia-India-China and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.

'Wuhan spirit' fails to break NSG deadlock as China continues to play hardball over India's entry into elite club
World

'Wuhan spirit' fails to break NSG deadlock as China continues to play hardball over India's entry into elite club

It was wishful thinking on India’s part if it had hoped that China would change its position this time – given the projected bonhomie between Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping.

China's Belt and Road Forum: India should attend meet to voice sovereignty concerns over CPEC, Chinese hegemony
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China's Belt and Road Forum: India should attend meet to voice sovereignty concerns over CPEC, Chinese hegemony

India has joined the rising chorus of condemnation from a group of countries – led by the United States – who have been warning of severe adverse consequences of the way BRI is being implemented.

Pakistan grapples under US pressure to bring Afghan Taliban to table; disobeying Donald Trump may douse IMF bailout hope
World

Pakistan grapples under US pressure to bring Afghan Taliban to table; disobeying Donald Trump may douse IMF bailout hope

What is hardly hidden from the public gaze is that the Donald Trump administration wants Pakistan’s help in bringing the Afghan Taliban to the negotiating table so that American troops can exit Afghanistan without any threat to the Ashraf Ghani government.

Imran Khan returns with no economic aid, China puts onus on Pakistan: What newspapers noted from joint statement
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Imran Khan returns with no economic aid, China puts onus on Pakistan: What newspapers noted from joint statement

The joint statement China and Pakistan released also had a few glaring red flags for India, besides all the talk on CPEC, which New Delhi has been opposing since the route passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

US-China trade war: Beijing wants India on its side but accepting 'friendship' will cause New Delhi more harm than good
India

US-China trade war: Beijing wants India on its side but accepting 'friendship' will cause New Delhi more harm than good

If India and the US have sought to find common ground between themselves in engaging, cooperating, competing and it is largely owing to the nature of China’s rise.

US backs India's bid for permanent UNSC seat, says both countries are 'global partners'
India

US backs India's bid for permanent UNSC seat, says both countries are 'global partners'

Donald Trump administration has reiterated its support for India's bid for a permanent seat in a reformed UN Security Council.

Britain reiterates support for India's bid to join NSG even as China remains opposed: A look at where P5 countries stand
India

Britain reiterates support for India's bid to join NSG even as China remains opposed: A look at where P5 countries stand

India has been seeking entry into the 48-member elite nuclear club, which controls nuclear trade, but China has repeatedly stonewalled its bid.

US advocates for India's membership in Nuclear Suppliers Group, says New Delhi meets all qualifications
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US advocates for India's membership in Nuclear Suppliers Group, says New Delhi meets all qualifications

India has not been able to secure membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group because of China's veto, a senior Trump Administration official said Thursday asserting that the US will continue to advocate for New Delhi's membership in the elite grouping as it meets all the criteria.

2-plus-2 dialogue: India, US sign key defence pact, vow to work for open Indo-Pacific; full text of joint statement
India

2-plus-2 dialogue: India, US sign key defence pact, vow to work for open Indo-Pacific; full text of joint statement

Amid an increasing Chinese assertiveness in the Indo-Pacific, India and the US on Thursday vowed to work together towards advancing a free, open and inclusive region.

2+2 dialogue: India, US sign critical defence pact, discuss cross-border terrorism and H-1B visa issue
India

2+2 dialogue: India, US sign critical defence pact, discuss cross-border terrorism and H-1B visa issue

During the talks external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj and defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman had with US secretary of state Michael Pompeo and defence secretary James Mattis, the two countries also decided to set up hotlines between them.

Pakistan Foreign Office says was forced to test nukes in 1998 due to 'hostile posturing' by India
India

Pakistan Foreign Office says was forced to test nukes in 1998 due to 'hostile posturing' by India

Pakistan on Sunday claimed it was forced to test nuclear weapons two decades ago due to “hostile posturing” by India.

Twenty years after Pokhran II, broad consensus on India’s nuclear doctrine continues among experts
India

Twenty years after Pokhran II, broad consensus on India’s nuclear doctrine continues among experts

India conducted five nuclear tests in Pokhran, Rajasthan in May 1998. Five nuclear explosions were conducted between 11 and 13 May.

Narendra Modi to meet Xi Jinping: 'Reset' in India-China ties must be viewed in context of Beijing's track record
India

Narendra Modi to meet Xi Jinping: 'Reset' in India-China ties must be viewed in context of Beijing's track record

No agenda has been announced for the Modi-Xi meet, but discussions could include Doka La, peace along the LAC, China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), India’s NSG membership, trade and commerce, Chinese investments in India and more

Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping to meet at 'informal summit' in Wuhan: India-China to chart new course for better relations
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Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping to meet at 'informal summit' in Wuhan: India-China to chart new course for better relations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold a summit in China's Wuhan city from 27 to 28 April for a "heart-to-heart" chat to explore a new paradigm for India-China ties

Germany pitches for India's inclusion in NSG, says New Delhi's participation will boost global export control system
India

Germany pitches for India's inclusion in NSG, says New Delhi's participation will boost global export control system

Strongly pitching for India's inclusion in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), Germany said the global export control system will benefit a lot from New Delhi's participation in all its four regimes

India has taken up all issues with China, says MEA on Beijing's efforts to block its entry into NSG
India

India has taken up all issues with China, says MEA on Beijing's efforts to block its entry into NSG

In the backdrop of China's continued efforts to block its entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), India on Thursday said it has taken up with Beijing all issues concerning it during the recent Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Dialogue between the two sides.

United States imposes sanctions on seven Pakistani companies over links to nuclear trade
World

United States imposes sanctions on seven Pakistani companies over links to nuclear trade

The United States has imposed sanctions on seven Pakistani companies over suspicion they have links to the nuclear trade, potentially hurting Pakistan’s ambitions to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group.