India has moved decisively from a P2 (US and China) mindset to a P5+2 approach to position itself as a power.
It was in the second week of October 1962 that the chill first set in the bilateral ties with the first skirmish, resulting in deaths on both sides.
NSCS enumerated right after NITI at number 50 in the first schedule of the AOB rules.
The Taliban peace deal, in which Pakistan was playing an important role, has suffered a setback for now.
The role and influence of the Indian-American community is a known big positive for India.
A single event cannot mean much. But it gives a backdrop to a diplomatic conversation searching for some wins.
The truth is, from political devolution to human rights, it is guilty of doing far more and worse than what it accuses India of doing.
India’s ambiguity over Kashmir suited China, which has protested conversion of both Ladakh and J&K into UTs.
The government's vision for the next five years is to have investment-led growth in the country.
In an exclusive chat, the PM says he will leave no stone unturned to put country on growth track.
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