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In bilateral chill, small steps towards thaw, says Indian envoy to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria

In bilateral chill, small steps towards thaw, says Indian envoy to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria

“Whether it should be a grand reconciliation or small steps, we have to take the first steps. That will take us forward,” Major General Asif Ghafoor, DG ISPR and spokesperson for Pakistan military told a group of visiting South Asian journalists in Islamabad recently.

Over 30,000 sign petition in support of Indian professionals denied UK visas

Over 30,000 sign petition in support of Indian professionals denied UK visas

An online petition started by the Highly Skilled Migrants group last week on the 38 Degrees campaign website to highlight the Home Office’s alleged “abuse” of clause 322(5) attracted 30,800 signatures within days.

Accelerate efforts to end rabies: WHO to India, South East Asian countries

Rabies is a viral disease that occurs in more than 150 countries and territories and is usually fatal once symptoms appear. Dog-transmitted rabies accounts for about 99 per cent of human rabies cases.

Bilateral relations between the two countries hit a low point following continuous terror attacks by Pakistan-based groups in 2016 and India's surgical strikes inside Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Raja Mandala: Lessons from Korea

India, Pakistan could take a cue from peace talks in the Peninsula.

India hands over helicopter, tanks to Bangladesh as 1971 memorabilia

India hands over helicopter, tanks to Bangladesh as 1971 memorabilia

Indian air force earlier gifted Bangladesh one Hunter jet fighter, one Dakota transport air craft ahead of this helicopter while India’s navy previously gifted memorabilia of its INS Vikrant, models of ships that took part in the war and archival photographs and its army gifts included six 3.7 Howitzer Guns.

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Govt collects Rs 7.41 lakh crore GST in financial year 2018

The total compensation released to the States for a period of eight months during the last financial year was Rs 41,147 crore to ensure that the revenue of the states is protected at the level of 14 per cent over the base year tax collection in 2015-16.

PM Narendra Modi arrives in China, his goal clear: Bridge the trust deficit

The Chinese President has not hosted any leader in an “informal summit”, which is how the Xi-Modi meeting has been described. In fact, Xi is travelling out of Beijing to central China to spend over two days with the Indian PM, the first time he is extending such a gesture to a visiting foreign leader.

India’s membership to NSG: Delhi works on Beijing to drop objections on n-club entry

India’s membership to NSG: Delhi works on Beijing to drop objections on n-club entry

The NSG is the top club of countries which controls access to technology and guards against proliferation. Its membership is important for India to access cutting-edge high technology.

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Harassment of diplomats: India, Pakistan move to de-escalate

While the Indian side raised the issue with Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry through diplomatic channels — Indian envoy Ajay Bisaria had met top officials in Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry on February 16 — South Block deliberated on the “quality of the response”.

Maldives parliament approves extension of state of emergency by 30 days

India’s statements ignore facts, ground realities: Maldives govt

India on Wednesday had expressed “deep dismay” at Maldives’ decision to extend the state of emergency, and said it did not see any valid reason for its extension.

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India assures Iraq of commitment to rebuilding process

Minister of State for External Affairs M J Akbar said India is broadbasing its services with the opening of a consulate general office in Erbil city. India has contributed USD 20 million for assistance to the people of Iraq.

India and China have had a strong commercial relationship, but that is increasingly less satisfying for India, the US expert said.

India-China ties a ‘cold war-like’ bond in making, says US expert Alyssa Ayres

Alyssa Ayres, who served in the South and Central Asia Bureau of the State Department, made the remarks last week in New York during the launch of her latest book ‘Our Time Has Come: How India is Making Its Place in the World’.

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Pakistan again rakes up Kashmir issue during UNSC debate

Last week, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres ruled out any mediation effort on Kashmir and encouraged India and Pakistan to address all their outstanding issues through dialogue.

Won’t tolerate sniping of soldiers: India to Pakistan at flag meet

The message was conveyed at a flag meeting between personnel of BSF and Pakistan Rangers on the international border In R S Pura’s Suchetgarh area.

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