The ground situation in eastern Ladakh remains unchanged, and defence sources said the ninth round of military talks is likely to take place in the next few days
Russian deputy chief of mission Roman Babushkin said that the tensions between the two Asian powers can be misused by other players in their geo-political purposes
Modi said that the Indian pharmaceutical industry sent essential medicine to over 150 nations 'in this difficult and unprecedented time.
Ladakh border standoff: Indian, Chinese armies working to schedule next round of military talks, says MEA
The comments by the MEA spokesperson came a day after the two countries held another round of diplomatic talks to resolve the five-month-long military standoff in eastern Ladakh
Bilateral economic issues, cooperation in development of the Far East region of Russia, cooperation in nuclear and space sectors were also discussed, MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said
Ladakh standoff: Space for diplomacy shrinking fast as India, China remain on the edge of military conflict
India wants a political key to unlock the dangerous stalemate in Ladakh, but political engagements so far have failed to produce any breakthrough.
Singh made the remarks during his address at a ministerial meeting of SCO members in Moscow, in an indirect message to China which is engaged in a festering border row with India in eastern Ladakh
Officials ruled out the possibility of a bilateral meeting between Singh and Chinese Defence Minister General Wei Fenghe on the sidelines of the SCO event.
India withdraws from multilateral war game in Russia's Kavkaz; 20 countries including China, Pakistan to participate
India had earlier planned to send around 150 Indian Army troops, 45 IAF personnel and a number of Navy officers to the military exercise to be held in Kavkaz from 15 to 26 September
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.
Mike Pompeo arrives in India: Despite trade tensions, mixed signals from US, expect New Delhi to continue 'issue-based' policy
Indian strategic circles are abuzz with speculation about the possible outcomes of the visit of US secretary of state Mike Pompeo, at a time when trade tensions with the US are hogging media headlines in New Delhi
US-Iran tensions present opportunity for Putin to fill leadership vacuum on world stage, prevent arch-rivals from going to war
Considering the good relations between US president Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin, it is time for the Russian leader to emerge as a hero who could avert a direct confrontation between the US and Iran
SCO far from becoming India-Russia-China triangle, though it leaves New Delhi's ties with US in awkward spot
India's entry into the SCO with Russia's backing carried a calculus of strengthening a weakened Moscow's hand, while hedging against China's rising presence in Central and South Asia.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi says Indian govt still in 'election mindset of keeping vote bank intact', calls for talks on basis of equality
Pakistan will hold talks with India on the "basis of equality" and in a "dignified manner", and it is up to New Delhi whether to engage with Islamabad to resolve all outstanding issues, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said.
Narendra Modi returns to India after attending SCO summit in Bishkek; PM framed template to boost cooperation among member states
Despite Pakistan's request, Modi did not hold any formal meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. However, Modi exchanged "usual pleasantries" with his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan in the Leaders' Lounge at the SCO Summit.
SCO Summit: Member countries sign 14 decisions in Bishkek, including cooperation in sports, healthcare and environment
Fourteen agreements, including those on cooperation in sports, healthcare and environment, were signed at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Bishkek, Kyryzstan on Friday
SCO Summit: Modi takes thinly-veiled jibe on Pakistan, says countries sponsoring terrorism must be held accountable
In a veiled attack on Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that countries sponsoring, aiding and funding terrorism must be held accountable as he called for a global conference to combat the menace.
The meeting on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit in Bishkek is their first interaction after Narendra Modi's re-election following BJP's victory in the general election in May.
India's foreign policy for the next 5 years: Imran Khan's offer for talks needs profound backing from China, Russia for serious consideration
The SCO summit probably provides India with an opportunity to assess how far China and Russia are willing to go in influencing Pakistan’s behaviour towards a more enduring engagement with India.
SCO summit: Narendra Modi leaves for Kyrgyzstan for two-day meet in Bishkek; Imran Khan also expected to attend event
Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a two-day visit to Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan on Thursday for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit. India will hold bilateral meetings with Russia and China on the sidelines of the SCO summit at Bishkek. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan will also be attending the summit.