Speaking at the Bloomberg India Economic Forum, External Affairs Minister Dr S. Jaishankar said what is going on in the talks is something confidential between India and China.
Govt says statements made by Moeed W. Yusuf earlier this week is Pakistan’s effort to ‘mislead its domestic constituents by pulling India into headlines on a daily basis’.
Israeli envoy Ron Malka said Israel's deepening relation with India is having a positive impact on its ties with other countries, including the Arab world.
In Ottawa, Justin Trudeau said Canada would work with its allies to steer the Chinese government off the aggressive foreign-affairs trail it’s blazing under President Xi Jinping.
In interview to ThePrint, T.S. Tirumurti, India’s Permanent Representative to UN, said there is an urgent need to give countries such as India more voice in UN’s decision-making process.
US Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun was in India on a 3-day trip from 12-14 October ahead of the 2+2 dialogue, scheduled for later this month.
The statement by India, which didn't name Pakistan, came after Islamabad sought to raise Kashmir issue & said a 'state in South Asia' is fanning hyper-nationalism to 'engineer' demographic change.
At a virtual meeting, S. Jaishankar and Augusto Santos Silva talked about ways to expand bilateral cooperation in a range of areas, including migration.
In an interview to a media portal, Imran Khan’s Special Assistant on national security and strategic policy planning Moeed Yusuf says Pakistan wants to talk about Kashmir & terrorism.
India and China don’t want situation to worsen before next month’s BRICS Summit, and are said to have softened their previous stances at the Monday meeting in Chushul.