New Delhi: Minister of State for External Affairs and Culture of India, Meenakashi Lekhi, MOS(ML) visited Panama, Honduras and Chile from Apr 28 to May 5 which provided fresh momentum to India’s relations with nations, said the Ministry.
After having entrapped Sri Lanka into a situation of debt, China is today offering more loans and aid, as so-called grants to the island nation.
Washington: Tibetan exile leader Penpa Tsering recently met congressional leaders, state department officials, civil society groups, and local Tibetan Americans and Chinese Americans during his visit to the USA.
New Delhi: In a long-awaited ray of hope for nearly 22,000 Indian students waiting for over one and a half years to get back to colleges in China, Beijing has expressed its willingness to consider their return “on a need-assessed basis”.
New Delhi/UNI: India on Thursday brushed aside the issue of tourist visas for Chinese nationals, saying it was not the proper time to discuss the resumption of visas for Chinese nationals in view of the rising Covid cases in China.
New Delhi: The global airlines body International Air Transport Association (IATA) has told its member carriers that the Indian tourist visas issued to Chinese nationals are no longer valid, media reports said.
Beijing/UNI/Sputnik: Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Zhao Lijian said that Beijing firmly opposes any official contact between the United States and Taiwan after the arrival of a US delegation on the island earlier in the day.
New Delhi/IBNS: The government has said Chinese state-sponsored cyber attacks on India's electricity distribution centres were not successful after private intelligence firm Recorded Future reported repeated intrusions in the past eight months, media reports said.
Sri Lanka is confronting its worst economic crisis in decades, with economists saying that its public debt has reached unsustainable levels.
New Delhi/UNI: Two days after Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi described Pakistan as his "second home", he was told by India that Beijing should follow an independent foreign policy towards New Delhi and not be influenced by other countries and relationships - in reference to China's close ties with Pakistan.
New Delhi: Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday discussed the need to take forward "early and complete disengagement in remaining areas" and said that "continuation of the present situation is not in mutual interest."
New Delhi/IBNS: India on Wednesday reiterated that Jammu and Kashmir is an internal matter as it rejected the "uncalled reference" to the same by the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during his speech at a function in Pakistan.
New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expressed shock over the crash of the Chinese flight carrying 132 passengers in China’s Guangxi.
New Delhi: India and China discussed disengagement in remaining friction areas of eastern Ladakh for over 12 hours on Friday, a top defence official told UNI on Saturday.
New Delhi: India and China are set to conduct the 15th round of Corps Commander level dialogue on Friday on the Indian side of Chushul Moldo border junction to resolve the balance friction areas in Eastern Ladakh, official sources said.