Pakistan resumes postal mail service with India: Pak media
Tensions between India and Pakistan spiked after New Delhi abrogated provisions of Article 370 and bifurcated it into two Union Territories. India's August 5 decision evoked strong reactions from Pakistan, which downgraded diplomatic ties. Islamabad suspended all communication links with India as well as the trade ties.
Sri Lanka’s India ties hinge on Pakistan policy under Gotabaya
Pakistan was quick to congratulate Rajapaksa on his victory, like India, and e...
Jeff Bezos to visit India in January, may meet PM Narendra Modi
Jeff Bezos, the Amazon chief is said to be worried about the changing eCommer...
Australia's partnership with India should be 'far easier' to build than that with China: Tony Abbott
"A partnership between two democracies such as India and Australia should be far easier to build than one between Australia and a one-party communist state like China," Abbott said. He made the remarks on Monday while speaking at an event organised here by the India Foundation. The theme of the event was 'Vision For Free & Open Indo-Pacific'.
Newly-elected Lankan President to visit India on Nov 29: Jaishankar
Jaishankar, who arrived here on a two-day unannounced visit, said President Rajapaksa has accepted Prime Minister Modi's invitation to visit India on November 29. Rajapaksa stormed to victory in Sri Lanka's presidential elections, the results of which came on Sunday.
No truck with Dalai Lama please, China to India
Ahead of investors summit in Dharamshala, China had officially reminded India yet again that any interaction which Indian officials might have with the Dalai Lama was going to be detrimental to the bilateral relationship, TOI has learnt. This unveils the facade behind the 'successful' informal summit, revealing deep tensions in India and China bilateral ties.
India vulnerable to oil price and capital inflow shocks: YV Reddy
According to the former Reserve Bank of India governor, there are three economic challenges- climate change, demographic divergence and technology - which are global and can be resolved only through cooperation and concerted action on the part of all or most countries.
Rajapaksas’ pro-China legacy a cause for concern in India?
Behind PM Modi's tweet congratulating Gotabaya Rajapaksa on being elected Sri Lanka's new president and Rajapaksa accepting Modi's invite to visit India lies serious concerns. Strategic affairs expert Brahma Chellaney said with a pro-China communist govt in Nepal, an implacably hostile Pakistan and Rajapaksa's win, India faces daunting regional challenges.
Medium intensity quake hits Nepal; tremors felt in North India
The epicentre of the quake is in Nepal and it was recorded in 7.01 pm, an official of the National Centre for Seismology said. There were no immediate reports of loss of life or property.
View: India needs a new methodology to gather data
A gap has grown for decades between consumption as reported by GDP data and NSSO surveys.
India appeals against WTO panel's ruling on export promotion measures
On October 31, the WTO had ruled that export subsidy programmes-MEIS, Export oriented units scheme and sector specific schemes, including Electronics Hardware Technology Parks Scheme and Bio-Technology Parks Scheme; Export Promotion Capital Goods Scheme; and Duty-Free Imports for Exporters Scheme- violated provisions of trade body’s norms.
J&K told to act against broadcast of ‘anti-India’ content
According to ministry officials, in the absence of internet, several religious channels from Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia and Pakistan were making way to TV sets in Kashmir through the local cable operators.
Population control in India: Plea in Supreme Court against Delhi HC order
The plea in the high court had claimed that the population of India had "marched ahead" of China, as about 20 per cent of Indians did not have Aadhaar and therefore, were not accounted for, and there were also crores of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis living illegally in the country. The petitioner had claimed that population explosion is also the root cause of corruption.
Int’l schools double, India at second spot
Next To China, India moves up two ranks from 2012 in the number of international schools it hosts. The middle-class in India is largely opting for imported curricula for reasons ranging from giving their children a shot at the Ivies and Oxbridge to social prestige. This has led to raising the count of international schools in the country.
India may extend onion export ban to February to cap domestic prices
Prices have surged after rain and floods during Oct and Nov limited onion supply, especially in Maharashtra.
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