New Delhi, Dec 22: India is watching closely as the United States orders an American drawdown in Afghanistan. US President Donald Trump is bringing home around 15,000 troops over the next 60 days.
New Delhi, Nov 1: India has strongly objected to the plans for a bus service between Pakistan occupied Kashmir and China’s Xinjiang region.
New Delhi, Oct 21: In what could be considered as a major victory for India, Sri Lanka has stalled a bid by China to enhance its presence in the Northern Province. Several projects funded by India are being undertaken in this province.
New Delhi, Oct 18: There were reports that emerged suggesting that during a Cabinet meeting, the Sri Lankan President, Mathripala Sirisena had alleged that India’s external spy agency, the Research and Analysis Wing was planning on assassinating him.
New Delhi, Oct 17: Amidst the debt piling up on Pakistan, China has said that there would be more projects planned under the USD 60 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
New Delhi, Oct 10: India and Russia recently inked the 5 billion US dollar deal to procure Moscow’s most advance air defence system, the S-400 Triumf.
New Delhi, Oct 6: It was a major step step forward in terms of military capabilities for India after it inked the S-400 Triumf air defence system deal with Russia.
Washington, Oct 5: Issuing its first statement after India and Russia signed the S-400 Missile Air Defence deal, the United States has said that the intent of its implementation of CAATSA is to impose costs on Russia for it malign behaviour.
New Delhi, Oct 5: Russian President Vladimir Putin is in India on a two day visit. The focus would be the inking of the 5 billion US dollar deal to procure Moscow’s most advance air defence system, the S-400 Triumf. The events are being closely watched by all especially the United States, which has threatened to impose sanctions against those countries buying Russian equipment.
New Delhi, Oct 3: On Monday, Pakistan’s Railways Minister, Sheikh Rasheed said that the country had cut the size of the biggest Chinese Silk Road project by 2 billion US dollars. He cited the country’s debt levels while making this statement. “Pakistan is a poor country that cannot afford huge burden of the loans,” Rasheed told a news conference in the city of Lahore.