Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed claims responsibility for Pulwama attack, but Beijing refuses to call out Islamabad for allowing its land to breed terror.
Estonia's India Ambassador Riho Kruuv believes international laws leave no room for mishap.
PM Modi's regime has lost the opportunity to lobby for the benefits one last time before the general election.
Secretary Ross, who was to hold a trade dialogue with Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu, cancelled the trip due to 'inclement weather & logistical issues'.
In a wide-ranging discussion on her new book, Georgetown University professor Christine Fair shed light on some unknown aspects of terror organisation LeT.
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross will be in India from 13-15 February along with a group of American CEOs.
Lawyers representing the students, who had all enrolled in the fake 'University of Farmington', say they are being held in 'pathetic and dangerous' conditions.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said that India should refrain from actions that may escalate disputes or complicate the boundary question.
The 129 students, trapped into enrolling in a fake US university, are facing civil charges for overstaying their visa.
India has highlighted specific areas that the UN member states should focus on while discussing the broad subject of revitalizing it.