SHANGHAI COOPERATION ORGANISATION
Swaraj meets Chinese counterpart, discusses issues of bilateral interest
The April 27-28 Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping was largely credited to have turned around the bilateral relations soured by the 73-day-long Doklam standoff.
Lanka, Pulwama attacks made India more determined to resolutely fight terrorism: Swaraj tells SCO
Swaraj said India is open to ideas on how w...
India, China to discuss Afghan situation, trade protectionism
Sushma Swaraj is expected to meet her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Kyrgyzstan...
Sitharaman attends SCO conclave in Kyrgyzstan; holds talks with Chinese counterpart
On the sidelines of the conclave, Sitharaman attended a bilateral meeting with Chinese Defence Minister General Wei Fenghe.
India biggest recipient of funds from ADB last year
The multilateral funding institution committed $3 billion in sovereign loans to India in 2018, the highest level of assistance since sovereign operations began in the country in 1986.
'Impossible' for India-Pakistan to participate in SCO without 'unconditional' fight against terror: Norov
Addressing his first press conference here on Wednesday after assuming charge, Norov said that the Pulwama terror attack was a "direct provocation" by the opponents of peace between India and Pakistan.
India, China, Pakistan, other SCO members to hold joint anti-terrorism exercise in 2019
The decision to hold the joint exercise 'Sary-Arka-Antiterror 2019' was announced during the 34th meeting of the SCO's Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure (RATS) council held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Xinhua news agency reported.
ET Analysis: Game changer CPEC shapes China's 'iron brother' Pakistan policy
China is obligated under the charter of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation as well as under BRICS & RIC to condemn and oppose terrorism.
View: Countering terrorism depends on tackling China
India’s failure stems from its myopic understanding of the border threat that caused it to segregate threats emanating from China and Pakistan.
Pakistan briefs African and SCO envoys about situation after Pulwama attack
Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman Mohammad Faisal said the Indian allegations were baseless and "aggressive rhetoric" by New Delhi was "counterproductive and threat to regional peace."
Kyrgyzstan seeks India's assistance in defence; railways; hydel power sectors
Defence cooperation, capacity building, training, IT and e-governance, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, tourism, movie production and culture were discussed.
India-Central Asian states to hold 1st ever joint meet on January 12-13 to discuss roadmap for strategic engagement
Central Asia, largely landlocked and heavily dependent on China due to geographical contiguity, is seeking a wider Indian presence as part of its balancing strategies.
Positives for India in its backyard but China’s leverage unmatched
Taking into account the growing power asymmetry with China, the dangerous confrontation at Doklam at the India-Bhutan-China border, in 2017 gave way to a more nuanced policy in 2018.
PM Narendra Modi meets Chinese President Xi Jinping , discusses ways to strengthen bilateral ties
Asserting that the Wuhan meet was a milestone in the India-China ties, Modi told Xi that he was looking forward to host him for an informal summit next year.
Need for broader cooperation between UN and SCO to fully disrupt terror groups: India
Strengthening regional security, economic cooperation, transit and energy linkages and deepening of cultural ties are some of the areas where cooperation between the UN and the SCO will contribute positively, India's Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Tanmaya Lal said.
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