Bilateral Relations

PM highlights J&K move in Bangkok

India has eliminated a big reason behind the sowing of seeds of terrorism and separatism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Saturday, in a clear reference to the withdrawal of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and reorganising the State. Addressing the Indian diaspora here, Mr. Modi said …

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Kovind to attend Naruhito’s coronation

He will land in Tokyo on October 21 after a four-day visit to the Philippines President Ram Nath Kovind will join Britain’s Prince Charles, Chinese Vice-President Wang Qishan and leaders of several Asian countries in attending the enthronement ceremony of Japan’s new Emperor Naruhito on October 22. Mr. Kovind, who …

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‘Xi mooted trilateral ties with India, Pak.’

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says the nations should not be influenced by a third party Within days of the second India-China “informal summit”, Chinese Foreign Minister and State Councilor Wang Yi has said that Chinese President Xi Jinping had shared with Prime Minister Narendra Modi his vision for trilateral …

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Jaishankar reiterates India’s claim over PoK

‘Maps have been there for 70 years’ Elaborating on his comments from over two weeks ago that one day India expects to have physical jurisdiction over Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar reiterated India’s claim over the region. “The point I was making was a very simple one. …

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