Did China plan Ladakh strategy to prevent India from getting too close to the US?
There is a feeling among strategic experts that China planned its move against India on the LAC to convey a message that its growing closeness with the US is not acceptable to Beijing
Indian and Chinese military commanders hold talks to resolve tension over border
Tension started building between the two sides after 5,000 PLA troops intruded into yet to be demarcated Indian territory along the LAC in the first week of May
Effective response to international terrorism among India’s five priorities at UNSC, says Jaishankar
India’s candidature for a seat on the UN Security Council is very likely to succeed, making this its eighth term
Why Pakistani DG ISPR is threatening India over imaginary military adventurism
Pakistan is upset as it is increasingly losing its grip over Kashmir with the international community hardly coming out in its support over the issue.
Markaz management deliberately disobeyed police directions, Centre tells SC
The risk posed by Covid-19 was conveyed to the Markaz’s management on several occasions during meetings held in the police station, the Centre said
Covid-19 could be opportunity for India to speed up ‘Ayushman Bharat’: WHO chief
‘Ayushman Bharat’ scheme launched in September 2018, aims to cover more than 500 million beneficiaries and provide coverage of Rs 500,000 per family per year
Covid-19: India witnesses recovery rate jumping to 48.20 percent
The Indian Council of Medical Research has further ramped up the testing capacity for detecting the novel Coronavirus in infected persons.
Coronavirus by numbers: Of India’s 110,960 active cases, these two states account for 50%
The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in India was 226,770, according to data from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
US approves loans, investments worth over $340 million for projects in India
The approved projects will strengthen health systems, bolster food security, and support other impactful development outcomes.
India Plans $6.6 Billion in Incentives to Woo Smartphone Makers
India is seeking to woo global companies looking to diversify their manufacturing beyond China after a trade war and a pandemic has put the focus on the risks to supply chains
Indian army destroys suspected launch pads along LoC
The Indian army quashed an infiltration bid on Monday in Jammu and Kashmir's Naushera Sector by killing at least 10 armed individuals alleged to have been trained in Pakistan