Jaishankar calls Pakistan’s Bilawal ‘spokesperson for terror industry’

At the Shanghai Cooperation Organization foreign ministers’ meeting here, India’s foreign minister, S Jaishankar, launched a scathing attack on his Pakistani counterpart, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, for Islamabad’s continuous support to anti-India terrorism. Read More

2023 Bastille Day parade: Narendra Modi to visit France on July 14

The prime minister, Narendra Modi, will visit the French capital, Paris, on July 14 to attend this year’s Bastille Day parade as the guest of honour.The French president, Emmanuel Macron, invited Modi to the parade as the guest of honour on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the India-France Strategic Partnership. Read More

Op Kaveri: India evacuates over 2,300 nationals from civil war-hit Sudan

India has evacuated over 2,300 nationals and some others from foreign countries from the civil war-hit Sudan, as of Sunday. India’s evacuation mission, which is codenamed “Operation Kaveri”, involves all three services of the Indian armed forces – Army, Navy, and Air Force, who are working in coordination with the foreign ministry. Read More

In Qatar, trial on for 8 Navy veterans charged with ‘spying for Israel’

As Qatar starts the trial process against eight Indian Navy veterans working for the emirate’s Dahara Global – a private Qatari company, details are slowly emerging on why the Indian ex-servicemen were held and kept incarcerated in isolation in a Qatari prison for nearly a year. Read More

Amid China’s objections, Shah takes a tough stance in Arunachal

As China objected to his visit to Arunachal Pradesh, the Union home minister, Amit Shah, went ahead in launching the “Vibrant Villages” programme in the border village of Kibithoo in Arunachal Pradesh and used the occasion to deliver his message across the border by asserting that “nobody can encroach on even an inch” of India’s borderlands. Read More

‘India shares Japan’s vision for a free, secure and rules-based Indo-Pacific’

Japanese vice minister of Defense for International Affairs Oka Masami and defence minister Rajnath Singh met on Thursday Read More

Bhutan king on India trip as kingdom nears border deal with China

Bhutan’s King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk has landed in the capital on a three-day visit to India, on Monday. The monarch is visiting the country on the invitation of President Droupadi Murmu. Read More

China resorts to old chicanery, again ‘renames’ Arunachal locations

China has again attempted to stake its claim on India’s Arunachal Pradesh by renaming 11 places in the state in its language with standard Chinese and Tibetan characters citing them as parts of so-called South Tibet. Read More

Manohar Parrikar-IDSA organizes 21st Asian Security Conference

The Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses has organized a 2-day 21st Asian Security Conference on ‘Towards Reformed Multilateralism in the Era of Indo-Pacific’ on March 28-29. Read More

US intel helped India thwart China’s land-grab bid in Tawang, report says

An American news outlet has reported that the United States provided India with real-time intelligence which enabled the Indian Army to thwart China’s People’s Liberation Army to unilaterally alter the status quo at the line of actual control near Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh last December. Read More

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