The Indian army also told China's PLA that disengagement of troops from Pangong Tso and a few other friction points in eastern Ladakh should be completed at the earliest
CAIT a traders body has criticised BCCI’s decision to retain Chinese company Vivo as the title sponsor for upcoming season of Indian Premier League.
S Jaishankar’s 'non-alignment' remarks reveal Galwan no inflection point, little sense in clinging to ideological purity
S Jaishankar’s call for ‘independence’ is at one level a careful attempt not to alienate Russia even more in a relationship that is clearly drifting.
The Union external affairs minister also wrote that delayed economic reforms and prolonged exercise of the nuclear option made it difficult for India to gain influence in foreign policy
'World facing two-pronged attack of coronavirus and fake news,' S Jaishankar on need to strengthen scientific approaches
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday said 'while it was too early to say that the coronavirus has altered our way of life forever, it has reduced humanity's instinctive comfort in the presence of others.'
Galwan Valley clash: Five short-term and three long-term ways in which India can contain the Chinese threat
Beyond the short-term objectives, as Sino-Indian relationship turns unambiguously adversarial and hostile, India must appropriately reset its national security and foreign policy strategies.
Ladakh faceoff: India, China corps commanders hold second round of talks for nearly 11 hours, review situation along LAC
India on Monday strongly raised with China the "premediated" attack on Indian soldiers in Galwan Valley and demanded immediate withdrawal of Chinese troops from all friction points in eastern Ladakh, during the second round of Lt General-level talks
Ladakh face-off: China trying to advance untenable claims of sovereignty over Galwan Valley, not acceptable, says MEA
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava also said China's claim was not in accordance with its own position in the past, and Indian troops have been patrolling the area for a long time without any incident
The proximate cause of China's belligerence is the completion of the Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldi (DSDBO) Road, completed by the Border Roads Organization (BRO) in April 2019 after nineteen years of work.
Galwan Valley face-off: MEA cites 1996, 2005 pacts to explain refrain from use of firearm; here's what the agreements actually say
The first agreement between India and China was signed in 1993 and related to border disputes and maintenance of peace until final resolution. But what does the treaty actually say on peace and wartime SOPs.
Galwan Valley Clash: Rahul Gandhi's attack on Narendra Modi during national crisis is testimony of Congress repeatedly ceding patriotic space
None of the other parties except for Congress has violated democracy’s unwritten code of standing with the government during an hour of national crisis.
'Indian troops crossed LAC, blatantly broke consensus': China blames India for face-off, skirts questions on damming Galwan river
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian skirted questions for a second consecutive day about the casualties suffered by China in the Galwan Valley clash while accusing Indian troops of trying to 'unilaterally change the status quo'
Galwan Valley Clash: China talks peace after deadly fight; India is left with three difficult options to reverse Beijing's fait accompli
Having claimed sovereignty over Galwan Valley and triggering a gory clash, Xi Jinping will find it difficult to climb down and retreat.
India set for comfortable victory in UN Security Council elections; world body to elect five non-permanent members for 2021-22 term today
India's victory in the UN Security Council is certain since it is the sole candidate vying for the lone seat from the grouping.
Galwan Valley clash: From Taiwan and WHO to border infrastructure in Ladakh, theories abound on what triggered China to escalate border row
No one should assume that official India knows very much more than is evident, particularly not whether Beijing is willing to risk war over the issue.
India's image has taken big hit in past year; only recourse is for BJP to up engagement with world in transparent manner
Ever since it became a sovereign republic, India has meticulously built its global network of "friends" through continuous democratic practice and evolution, not least under former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru who sought to build a secular and liberal country
Govt to soon take decision on OCI card holders to allay fears of temporary suspension of visas: Minister
A large number of Indian citizens whose children are OCI (overseas citizen of India) card holders and several people of Indian origin having the card are unable to travel to India, even for emergency reasons, because of the temporarily suspension of their long-term visa.
Coronavirus outbreak: 276 Indians, including 255 pilgrims, students and fishermen in Iran, among those tested positive abroad
As many as 276 Indians have been infected with coronavirus abroad, including 255 in Iran, 12 in UAE and five in Italy, the government informed the Lok Sabha
Fourth batch of Indians return from Tehran and Shiraz, taking total rescued from Iran to 389; evacuees to be under quarantine at Jaisalmer facility
A fourth batch of 53 Indians returned to India from Iran on Monday, taking the total number of people evacuated from the coronavirus-hit country to 389
Over 450 Indians evacuated from coronavirus-hit Iran, Italy, quarantined at facilities at Delhi, Jaisalmer
Over 450 Indians, including students, stranded in coronavirus-hit Iran and Italy were brought back by two flights on Sunday and were quarantined at separate facilities, according to officials.