There is “no change” in the status quo situation at the Dokalam standoff area after it was resolved last year, India’s envoy Gautam
Wang said that the Sino-Indian relations are at a crucial period and the most important thing between two countries is to really cultivate mutual
Pranay Verma, Jt. Secretary (East Asia), foreign ministry represented India and Xiao Qian, Director General, Department of Asian Affairs of China
India and Bhutan have agreed to celebrate 2018 as the golden jubilee of the establishment of formal diplomatic ties between the two neighbours.
With the ruling Communist Party set to confirm second term of Chinese President Xi Jingping, speculations are already rife about his third term,
The panel, which also includes Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, will deliberate on a number of key foreign policy issues at its next meeting.
A day after the government ruled out reports of increased Chinese army presence at Dokalam, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made an aerial
The external affairs ministry has rejected reports of any fresh Chinese build-up at the Dokalam sector, the tri-junction plateau which witnessed
Just weeks after the Dokalam stand-off eased out, it is learnt that China is maintaining a sizeable presence of its troops near the site of the
A top army officer said: "We never let our guard down. We remain alert and we ensure that our preparedness is always of the highest order."
President Xi Jinping told Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he wanted to put the relationship on the right track.
Former J&K CM Omar Abdullah said the return to status quo was a victory for India and the prime minister.
A week ahead of BRICS Summit in China, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was likely to attend, both India and China have agreed to end the
In a press briefing held on Friday, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said that India will continue to engage with China to find a mutually