Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang’s visit to India last week marked 45 years of Indo-Vietnam diplomatic relations.
Bangladesh politics is in turmoil following the conviction of Bangladesh Nationalist Party leader and former prime minister Begum Khaleda Zia on charges of corruption.
Maldives former President Mohamed Nasheed tweeted last week appealing to India to send an envoy backed by the army to resolve the political crisis in the Maldives.
The symbolism of ten Asean leaders gathering in Delhi for the Republic Day celebrations in the 50th year of formation of Asean and the 25th year of India’s partnership with the regional body is und
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Indian has been marked with bonhomie, euphoria and hyperbole with Netanyahu describing the ties as a “marriage made in heaven but consecrated on
US President Donald Trump fired off one of his famous tweets on New Year’s day accusing Pakistan of “lies and deceit”.
The Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill 2017 was introduced in the Lok Sabha by Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on December 18, paving the way to fulfill an important demand
The New Year will bring fresh opportunities and challenges for India’s foreign policy as it starts the year with a hectic calendar of events.
The Left Alliance’s decisive victory in the federal and provincial elections in Nepal brings the prospect of political stability to the country.
Russia, India and Chinese foreign ministers met in Delhi for their 15th trilateral dialogue where they agreed to step up cooperation to counter terrorism in all its forms, prevent radicalisation, a