India tells Pakistan to take steps for normalcy through diplomacy

New Delhi, Jan. 23 -- India has called upon Pakistan to take steps to restore normal ties through diplomacy instead of "spewing venom and false narratives" which have been rejected by the internationa... Read More

IMF says India responsible for cut to global growth projection

New Delhi, Jan. 20 -- Drastically slashing India's growth estimate to 4.8 per cent for the current fiscal year, the International Monetary Fund on Monday blamed its economic slowdown for a "lion's sha... Read More

UN projects higher growth rate for India

New Delhi, Jan. 17 -- The UN projects India's economy to grow by 5.7 per cent in the current fiscal year and expects it to rise to 6.6 per cent in the next. The projection in the UN's World Economic ... Read More

Was India's controversial citizenship act modeled on US legislation?

New Delhi, Jan. 17 -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government may have had the intention of providing refuge to victims of religious persecution through the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) but it ... Read More

China draws blank at UNSC; Kashmir seen as bilateral issue

New Delhi, Jan. 16 -- China drew a blank at the Security Council consultation at which it raised the Kashmir issue with members declaring it a bilateral issue and refusing to step in. Beijing's Perma... Read More

Pakistan's use of 'false pretenses' at UN 'has run its course': India's Akbaruddin

New Delhi, Jan. 16 -- With the UN Security Council members rejecting China's bid to get it involved in the Kashmir issue, "Pakistan's practice of using false pretences to distract from addressing the ... Read More

How India lost the narrative on CAA through poor messaging

New Delhi, Jan. 12 -- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government may have had the intent of providing refuge to victims of religious persecution through the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) but... Read More

UN thanks India for paying its dues early

New Delhi, Jan. 11 -- India has paid its 2020 annual dues ahead of schedule to the cash-strapped world body earning its gratitude. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres's Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric ... Read More

India tells Pakistan, heal thyself; Pakistan accuses India of Islamophobia

New Delhi, Jan. 10 -- Pakistan's "malware" of falsehoods against India has found no takers at the UN and it has to heal itself of the malaise of terrorism and subversion, India's Permanent Representat... Read More

US-India ties at a high point, though media doesn't see it

New Delhi, Dec. 31 -- If the state of India-US ties in 2019 can be captured in an image, it would be that of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump striding hand-in-hand before a chee... Read More