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India must consolidate its diplomatic and economic ties with China's adversaries like Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam to target Beijing and counter its narrative, said experts during a webiner held recently. more
KP Oli led Nepal government rendered state system dysfunctional: Expert

Kathmandu: Nepal PM KP Oli-led government has rendered the state system dysfunctional, largely derailed democracy, and for all practical purposes, sent the 'republican' constituti ...

India slams Pakistan again, asks neighbour to introspect why it's an 'epicentre of terrorism'

New Delhi: Slamming Pakistan over the issue of terrorism, India has asked its neighbour to  reflect on why is it universally acknowledged at the "epicentre of terrorism".

Nepal decides to stop broadcast of Indian news channels

Kathmandu:  Nepali Cable TV providers on Thursday decided to stop the broadcast of Indian news channels in the Himalayan country, media reports said.

India has 'scale, sophistication' to recalibrate economic relations with China, says noted economist

New Delhi: At a time when the two Asian giants are witnessing a worsening of relations over a border standoff, a noted economist has said India has the 'scale and sophistication' ...

Recent incursion into India is China's strategic blunder, feels noted US journo Fareed Zakaria

New York: Noted American journalist Fareed Zakaria has said China has been committing strategic blunders in recent times and one of the major has been when it attempted to intrude into In ...

India should hit Chinese economy: Gordon G Chang

New Delhi:  With India and China engaged in a bitter border standoff in recent times, author Gordon G Chang said Indian should hit China hard in its weakest avenue- economy.

India strongly rejects Pak Foreign Minister's 'absurd' allegation over Karachi attack

India's Ministry of External Affairs on Monday trashed Pakistan Foreign Minister's attempt to blame India for the Karachi terrorist attack and said the comment is 'absurd' ...

China violated Panchsheel agreement several times: Tibetan Youth Congress chief

New Delhi: A senior Tibetan leader has accused China of betraying India on several occasions despite having signed the Panchsheel Agreement in 1954.

Countries should find strategy that ceases to empower China: IPAC

Washington: Stating that the Galwan standoff between Chinese and Indian Army officials has shown the return of 'major power violence' in the world, a global organisation of parlia ...