Australia to cease all bilateral aid to Pakistan
The report titled 'Aid Program Performance report 2018-19 on Pakistan' said Pakistan bilateral aid programme will be reduced to 19 million Australian dollars in 2019-20, and will fully phase out during 2020-21. Pakistan is one of the poorest countries in Asia and was placed 150 out of 178 nations on the most recent United Nations Human Development Index.
India and Pakistan's Davis Cup clash to be held in Kazakstan
The Asia/Oceania Group I match had initially been planned for September, but was...
India cuts defence exports to Turkey over Pakistan nexus
Licence to sensitive items are being withheld amid security threats. India had start...
Trump ready to mediate on Kashmir if asked by India, Pak: US
Expressing his concern over Kashmir issue, White House officials said Donald Trump is ready to play a mediation role between India and Pakistan, only if both countries consent to it. India has been clear in not seeking mediation, the official said.
View: India-China equation post-Mamallapuram
In a nutshell, the two summits acknowledge that India and China were not 'adversaries' but two large economic powers open to a healthy competition in a multipolar world.
Will play 'constructive role' in improvement of India-Pakistan ties: China
Days after Modi-Xi summit Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in his briefing to the Chinese media also stated that China's "respective relations with India, Pakistan and other South Asian countries could run in parallel and develop together".
Modi-Xi meet: Wuhan spirit to Chennai connect
Mamallapuram was largely spectacle summitry, but Modi and Xi’s strategic communication is deepening.
Pakistan-China friendship unbreakable, rock-solid: Xi
Xi made the remarks when he met Khan at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse here, two days before he leaves for India to hold the second informal summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Kashmir, Article 370, not to figure in Modi-Xi talks
Kashmir, and India's revocation of Article 370, would not be discussed during the second informal summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
US voices popular fear of Pakistani militants launching terror strikes in India post Article 370
"I think many have concerns that Pakistan keep a lid on militant groups that might conduct cross-border activities as a result of the Kashmir decisions," said Randall Shriver.
Entire neighbourhood 'minus one' has been a good story: S Jaishankar
Asked if the impasse with 'minus one' would continue, he said he hopes that someday even the 'minus one' comes around to regional cooperation.
India's stand clear on Kashmir, won't accept third party mediation: Jaishankar
Jaishankar arrived here on Sunday night from New York after attending the annual General Assembly session of the United Nations along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Resolve Kashmir issue through dialogue and not through collision: Erdogan
Turkey is the only Muslim country to have supported Pakistan after India revoked Article 370 of the Constitution, which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir on August 5.
Donald Trump 'encourages' Modi to improve relations with Pakistan: White House
"Their 40-minute discussion mainly focussed on the bilateral trade and issues related to terrorism emanating from Pakistan," says White House.
Efforts to normalise ties with Pakistan not yielding results: PM Modi
Cross-border terrorism and trade ties dominated Modi-Trump meet in New York on Tuesday, foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale told reporters after the meet.
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