A private school in Ghatsila under East Singhbhum district of Jharkhand asking its lower kindergarten (LKG) and under kindergarten (UKG) students to learn and practice national anthems of Pakistan and Bangladesh . . .
Nepal has sent a 'diplomatic note' to India, urging New Delhi to take steps against the broadcast of materials what it called "fake, baseless and insensitive as well as abusive" to the country and its leadership by . . .
Security forces on Sunday (July 12) killed at least three terrorists during an encounter in the Sopore town of Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Democrat president nominee in US, Joe Biden will raise the issue of Kashmir with India and would also convey its concerns on Citizenship Amendment Act if he is elected president, says the Biden campaign’s foreign policy adviser, Antony John Blinken.
The Modi government is appointing two seasoned hands as envoys to Dhaka and Kabul eyeing an effective neighbourhood outreach amid China's increasing inroads in India's periphery.
The Indian Army in a joint operation with Assam Rifles and Arunachal Police killed six rebels belonging to NSCN (IM) in Longding district.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda on Sunday said that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was meeting the Chinese Ambassador "secretly" during the Doklam standoff and alleged that his love for the nation is "fake".
The US recently approved the sale of F-35 joint strike fighters to Japan at a whopping cost of $23 billion. China, a traditional foe and close neighbour of Japan has expressed concern of having such advanced jets . . .
The Indian army is keen to procure RQ-11 UAV Raven – unmanned aerial vehicle from the US besides Israeli Spike Firefly “loitering” munition to support its ground soldiers, reports the HindustanTimes.
Recently, the al-Watiya airbase in Libya was reportedly bombed by Rafale jets, which either belonged to France or Egypt, the two nations within the range of the base that possesses these (Rafale) aircraft, writes the Arab Weekly.
A day after Indian Army, Assam Rifles and Arunachal Police in a joint operation neutralised six active cadres of NSCN (IM) near Nginu in Longding District of Arunachal Pradesh, . . .
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president Sharad Pawar in his second part of marathon interview with Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece Saamana said that China is the number one enemy of India, not Pakistan.
India recently signed a 2.43-billion deal with Russia for the acquisition of MiG-29s and Sukhoi Su-30MKIs while overlooking American fighter jets including F-21s that the US claimed was a lethal combination of stealth F-35 and F-22 jets.
According to a school of foreign policy, India’s stance towards China has been wrong from the word go. We lost the game, many detractors say, when in an agreement signed with China in April 1954, . . .
First it was cellphone towers, new roads and surveillance cameras, popping up on the Chinese side of the disputed Himalayan border with India.
The Chinese have been quick to reinforce their troops in Aksai Chin facing India’s XIV Corps.
The opposition Congress party has come a long way from believing that India should use China’s Belt and Road Initiative for its interests. Just this week, two senior Congress leaders — AM Singhvi and Deepender Hooda . . .
It is unlikely that anyone in the Indian government seriously considers the terms of the India-China military disengagement in the Ladakh sector of the Line of Actual Control to be anything but a temporary truce.