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India critical partner in the region, says US State Department ahead of Blinken visit

Ahead of US Secretary of State Antony J Blinken's India visit, Washington has described India as a "critical partner in the region" with both countries having a "shared interest in a stable and secure Afghanistan". Blinken will be in Delhi on 27 and 28...

Seizure of power by violence can’t be legitimised, Jaishankar at SCO-Afghan Contact group meet

New Delhi: Even as the situation in Afghanistan deteriorates as the Taliban makes territorial gains, India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said a seizure of power by violence cant be legitimised.  Speaking at the Shanghai Cooperation...

Tryst with history! Bhutan envoy’s recalls his meeting with Bangladesh’s father of nation

New Delhi: While history always reverberates in present and is in all men's lives, present Bhutan's envoy to India Maj. Gen. Vetsop Namgyel recalled a very interesting personal anecdote of his meeting with Bangladesh's father of the nation, Sheikh Muji...

India proposes inclusion of Chabahar port in North-South transport corridor

India has proposed the inclusion of the key Chabahar port in the mega International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) that connects Mumbai with Moscow.  Speaking at India hosted "Chabahar day" on the sidelines of the international maritime s...

India and Bangladesh keen on Japan for partnership on connectivity

Keen on increasing connectivity in the Bay of Bengal region, Indian and Bangladeshi foreign ministers discussed Japan as a third country for partnership on connectivity in the region. India's external affairs minister S Jaishankar was on a one-day Dhak...

China gives proposal at 7th Corps Commander-level talks with India; both call for mutually acceptable solution

China has given a proposal at 7th Corps Commander-level talks that took place on Monday. The proposal, whose contents are yet to be made public, will be studied at the China study group, a top body which includes NSA Ajit Doval, Defence Minister Rajnat...

At United Nations, India raises issue of misuse of blasphemy laws by Pak against minorities

 India has raised the issue of misuse of the blasphemy law in Pakistan against minorities. According to India, currently, at least 80 people are in prison in Pakistan for the crime of "blasphemy", with at least half of them facing life sentences o...

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