Global strategists talking their way to India
As a consequence of the rising importance of conference diplomacy, the American concept of the “revolving door” in statecraft has come to be accepted in India now.
On women's day, Governments face flak for keeping women away from peace talks
Women's rights activists say that governments are ignoring a UN resolution adopted in 2000 demanding equal participation for women in talks to end conflicts.
Germany has great admiration for Indian diplomacy, voice of Delhi heard in Moscow: Security Advisor
Regarding the oil crisis that is impacting the world, he said that Germany and many other countries were benefitting due to oil cap on Russian oil.
In first foreign minnister tour in 27 years, Jaishankar to visit Austria
This will be the first EAM-level visit from India to Austria in the last 27 years, and it takes place against the backdrop of 75 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries in 2023.
MoS Muraleedharan to attend Dakar Forum in Senegal next week
This is the first time that India is participating in the Forum at a Ministerial level. The visit is also in line with India's policy to intensify and deepen its engagement with Africa.
Ready to mediate peace talks, PM tells Zelensky
Modi expressed his firm conviction that there can be no military solution to the conflict and conveyed India's readiness to contribute to any peace efforts, the statement said.
US to boost Taiwan trade, conduct air, sea transits to counter China aggression
Taiwan has accused China of using the visit by Pelosi, the highest-ranking elected American official to visit in decades, as an excuse to kickstart drills that Taipei called a rehearsal for invasion.
Sri Lanka gives nod for docking of Chinese 'research' ship at Hambantota port on August 16
According to Indian reports, the Yuan Wang 5 could be employed for space and satellite tracking and has specific uses in intercontinental ballistic missile launches.
German diplomat in Brazil arrested, accused of killing husband
Local media reports said Hahn, who had been married to Biot for 20 years, tried to clean up the scene of death and told officers that his husband had been drinking a lot and taking sleeping pills.
Chinese missiles believed to have landed in Japan's EEZ: defence minister
Japan had on Wednesday expressed concern to China over the drills, saying they were planned to take place in maritime areas which overlap with its EEZ.
Russian prosecutors seek 9.5 years in jail for Brittney Griner
It’s not clear when the verdict will be announced. If she does not go free, attention will turn to the high-stakes possibility of a prisoner swap.
Russia bans 32 New Zealand officials and journalists from entry
The decision was taken "in response to the government of New Zealand's sanctions, which increasingly affect Russian citizens", Russia's foreign ministry said in a statement.
China's debt trap diplomacy responsible for economic calamity in Sri Lanka
International experts warn that other debt-ridden countries -- from Laos in Southeast Asia to Kenya in East Africa -- are teetering toward a similar fate.
China employed 'Debt Trap Diplomacy' to gain strategic edge over Sri Lanka: Think tank
China is now the second-largest lender to Sri Lanka, holding more than 10 per cent of Sri Lanka's outstanding foreign debt in 2019.
Bangladesh likely to export hilsa to India this Durga Puja as well
Besides the high demand during the festive season, many 'Shakt' believers also make a sacrificial offering of hilsa to Goddess Durga.
INTERVIEW | SAARC had its days and we need to look beyond it: Sunil KC, Vice President NICCI, Nepal
This interview was given before his visit to India as part of the Nepal Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s delegation.
Israel to host top Arab diplomats during Blinken's visit
Israel's Foreign Ministry said it would host the top diplomats from UAE, Morocco and Bahrain along with Blinken on Sunday and Monday, with additional details to be provided later.
Top Russia, Ukraine diplomats begin talks in Turkey: Officials
Turkey has for weeks pushed to play a mediation role in the conflict. But analysts fear there are only the lowest chances of a breakthrough at the meeting.
India, South Korea sign logistics agreement to support each other's navies
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Korea, Jeong Kyeongdoo signed two important agreements in Seoul.
India, Sweden to strengthen defence and security cooperation: PM Narendra Modi
There has been an intensification of cooperation in areas such as green technology and smart cities.
AAI gives target to airports to achieve 100% use of Green Energy by 2024
Loss of seniority of candidates recommended earlier 'matter of grave concern': SC Collegium
Former Karnataka CM S M Krishna, industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla get Padma awards
IND VS AUS: Australia post 269 despite fine bowling efforts from Hardik, Kuldeep
Indian mission in London's security heightened as British Sikh groups call for protests
HC declares void divorce given to Indian couple by US court, orders husband to pay wife Rs 25L