Diplomacy

India, China push for for mutually acceptable resolution

After completion of disengagement process at Pangong Tso areas in the eastern Ladakh, India and China have vouched to push for a mutually acceptable resolution of the remaining issues, including Gogra, Hot Springs and Depsang in a steady and orderly manner. Read More
 
 

IOR Defence Ministers’ Conclave to take place on February 4

The Indian Ocean Region Defence Ministers’ Conclave will take place on February 4. In the event, which will be held physically and virtually, over 25 ministers and delegates would participate. Read More
 
 

Make-in-India Covid vaccine takes off to Myanmar, Seychelles and Mauritius

India on Friday sent doses of “Make-in India” Covid vaccine to Myanmar, Seychelles and Mauritius to fight the disease. It is being sent as part of its “Neighbourhood First” policy and vaccine diplomacy. Read More
 
 

G7 Summit: UK invites India; Johnson to visit India before June

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for G7 Summit June to discuss the issues pertaining to global cause. Read More
 
 

Rajnath Singh holds talks with Nepal’s foreign minister, discusses bilateral ties

The Nepalese foreign minister, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, met the defence minister, Rajnath Singh, in New Delhi, and discussed a range of issues, including defence and people-to-people cooperation between the two countries. Read More
 
 

For first time since 1966, India not to have chief guest in R-Day parade

India has decided not to have a chief guest for this year’s Republic Day parade. New Delhi gave the coronavirus pandemic as the reason for taking this decision. Earlier, British PM Boris Johnson cancelled his invitation citing Covid-19 fears. Read More
 
 

Jaishankar invites diaspora to be part of India’s growth

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Saturday invited Indian diaspora to be part of the country’s efforts to emerge stronger from the coronavirus crisis. Read More
 
 

India has always pursued independent foreign policy: MEA on S-400 missile deal from Russia

Days after a US Congressional report cautioned that New Delhi's purchase of the Russian-made S-400 air defence system may trigger American sanctions, India on Friday said that it has always pursued an independent foreign policy that also applies to its defence acquisitions and supplies. Read More
 
 

France calls India for joint efforts at UNSC

Diplomatic Advisor to French President Emmanuel Bonne on Thursday called India for joint efforts between two countries during India’s tenure at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Read More
 
 

India, France to hold 7th Strategic Dialogue on January 7

India and France will hold their annual Strategic Dialogue on January 7 here. Read More
 
 

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