Javad Zarif reiterated that Iran was not interested in negotiating a new deal with the US, but wanted the Americans to honour the one inked after negotiations between 2013 and 2016.
The treatment of Indian Tamils had cast a shadow on India-Sri Lanka relations even before independence; post-independence, the citizenship laws became a major irritant.
Iran has vowed "harsh retaliation" for the U.S. airstrike near Baghdad's airport that killed Tehran's top general Qassem Soleimani and the architect of its interventions across the Middle East, as tensions soared in the wake of the targeted killing.
Preliminary poll results have returned President Ghani to power but have been challenged by his rival. What questions does it raise over the next government’s stability, with or without US-Taliban talks?
The Indian Express interviews the NCP chief on the art of making friends, his role, the Maharashtra alliance and what it means for the country.
India has lost the moral high ground. But there are concrete steps it can take towards repairing the relationship with its southern neighbour.
MQM could once bring Pakistan’s financial and business hub to a halt with just one dog whistle from London, it is now only fighting to stay relevant.
Speaking to The Indian Express earlier this week, Bhat provided the first detailed account of the convention centre-turned sub-jail, where politicians, arrested following the government’s decision to revoke the special status of Jammu & Kashmir under Article 370, were lodged.
Altaf Hussain’s appeal Sunday to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to give him and his colleagues asylum, makes him perhaps the first British citizen to seek refuge in India.
The forum, which takes place every year in an Indian city, was scheduled to be held at a five-star hotel in the Capital on November 13 and 14.
When in opposition, Prime Minister Imran Khan had led a long march to try and topple the then government. Now he faces a similar protest. What is different then and now for Imran and Pak Army?
The organisation brings attention to a subset of NGOs called GONGOs, or Government Organised Non Government Organisations.
The name Mamallapuram derives from Mamallan, or “great warrior”, a title by which the Pallava King Narasimhavarman I (630-668 AD) was known.
Growing up Rohingya, an account of the horror that a narrow vision of nationhood and nationality can wreak on the people
Hyderabad Funds Case, finally ruled on by UK court, was not as much about the money as it was about the state of the relationship between India and Pakistan over the 70 years that the case played out.
This will be Afghanistan’s fourth presidential election since 2004, when the current Constitution came into force. President Ashraf Ghani, who was excluded from the US-Taliban talks on the latter’s say-so, has pushed forcefully for these election to be held.
At this point — not unlike a 1971 moment for Pakistan — if India wishes to salvage something of its own credibility as the world’s largest democracy, it should first first roll back all the restrictions imposed in J&K, free all political prisoners, restore communications and other rights of people.
Amrullah Saleh, a former chief of the Afghan intelligence service National Directorate of Security, tells The Indian Express "the key is for the Taliban to realise they can't subdue a nation by guns and bombs provided by the Pakistani ISI and the army".
US President Donald Trump has said he has ‘called off peace negotiations’ with Taliban. But a resumption of talks cannot be ruled out; nor can a full US withdrawal without a deal. And could India have unexpectedly got a foot in the door?
Drafted last week, the agreement sets out a timeline for withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. It is not a peace deal, the onus for which lies with the Afghan government. What are the challenges it faces?