Raisina Dialogue: Modi, Jaishankar back vaccine diplomacy, hail India’s rise as an 'altruistic, responsible' power
Though there has been visible slowing down of exports, the decision to stick to sharing life-saving vaccines with the poorest nations of the world, despite political pressure at home, speaks of a conviction in India’s self-image as a responsible power
Contrary to Bipin Rawat's claim, govt docs show India doesn't have de-radicalisation camps; families, community leaders help counter indoctrination
Indian security agencies in coordination with the state governments have adopted an integrated approach for de-radicalisation involving family, community, teachers and local religious leaders
Pakistan condemns CDS General Bipin Rawar's remarks on 'de-radicalistaion camps' for youth in J&K, says comments reflect 'extremist mindset'
Pakistan on Friday condemned the statements of Indian Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat where he suggested de-radicalisation camps for radicalised youths in the Kashmir Valley and a concerted effort to tackle terrorism globally.
'Not the first ridiculous statement he has made': Asaduddin Owaisi hits out at CDS General Bipin Rawat's 'de-radicalisation' comments
Hitting out at the Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat who said de-radicalisation camps are operating in the country, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has questioned who would deradicalise attackers of Muslims and Dalits
De-radicalisation camps operating in country, discloses Bipin Rawat; CDS calls for emulating US' post-9/11 response to combat terrorism
Bipin Rawat said girls and boys as young as 10 and 12 years are being radicalised in the Valley which he described as a matter of concern.
S Jaishankar says India has not closed doors on China-backed RCEP, will evaluate deal on its trade, economic merit
India has not closed its doors on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and will carry out a cost-benefit analysis to evaluate its merit, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Wednesday
Avoiding escalation with China shouldn't be India's goal if situation demands a show of resolve, says Tanvi Madan of Brookings Institute
No other international relationship holds so much promise, as well as concern for the world, as does India's ties with China. China's assertiveness adds one more level of difficulty to this dynamic.
Pakistan lacks leverage over India on Kulbhushan Jadhav, no spy worth his salt will be caught with passport: ex-R&AW chief Vikram Sood
Vikram Sood took questions from Firstpost on the reforms process in R&AW, the Kartarpur corridor, the Kulbhushan Jadhav case and a range of other topics.
Afghan peace process: New Delhi must be wary of Hamid Karzai's advice to do more, arm-twisting will reduce clout in Kabul
New Delhi has neither the purse nor the clout to single-handedly support the Palace at a time when a large group of countries — which includes Pakistan and Saudi Arabia — are determined to oust Ghani and his circle.
Hamid Karzai wants India to take up a larger role in Afghanistan but New Delhi is fixated on US gameplan
Speaking at the Raisina Dialogue, however, former Afghanistan president Karzai backed the US president’s contention that India should “do more”.
Terrorism here to stay if nations continue to use it as state policy, says army chief Bipin Rawat at Raisina
Army chief General Bipin Rawat said terrorism is a menace spreading like a multi-headed monster.
Internalised gender stereotypes don’t just prevent women from moving up the work ladder but also pull them back and gives them a disconcerting feeling of being inept.
Former CIA director David H Petraeus said on Thursday that in his entire career he "never once heard the term Indian state-sponsored terrorism".
Ram Madhav says India has emerged as an active and ambitious global player under Narendra Modi's leadership
India has given up its "strategic reticence" under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership and emerged as an "active and ambitious" global player
The people in Kashmir have realised that it is very difficult to secede from India and they are also getting tired of militancy, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said on Wednesday.
Benjamin Netanyahu's India tour: Israel PM visits Taj Mahal, praises India's economic prowess at Raisina Dialogue
Inaugurating the 'Raisina Dialogue' in New Delhi on Tuesday, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu laid stress on the need to develop economic, military and political power
Benjamin Netanyahu at Raisina Dialogue 2018: Israeli PM sounds 2019 bugle for Narendra Modi, goes turbo-realist
The third edition of the Raisina Dialogue kicked off on Tuesday with a triple-whammy featuring Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj. The theme of this year’s iteration is “Managing Disruptive Transitions: Ideas, Institutions and Idioms” and it began on something of a disruptive note.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu inaugurated the third edition of the geo-political conference, 'Raisina Dialogue', in New Delhi on Tuesday and laid stress on the need to develop economic, military and political power to emerge as a strong nation.
Raisina Dialogue begins in New Delhi: From Benjamin Netanyahu to David Petraeus, big names headline geo-political conference
The Raisina Dialogue is expected to kick off today at 6 pm in New Delhi. Israel prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in India on a six-day visit, is slated to deliver the inaugural speech. The theme of the Raisina Dialogue (16 to 18 January) is Managing Disruptive Transitions: Ideas, Institutions and Idioms.