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  • Nikki Haley praises India, says US supports India’s NSG bid

    New Delhi: US Ambassador to United Nations Nikki Haley, who is on a three-day visit to India, on Thursday, said the United States supports India’s membership in Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). Addressing a press gathering, Haley said, “India, a nuclear state, is respected widely because it is a responsible democracy. US also supports India’s membership in Nuclear Suppliers Group.”

  • India, China National Security Advisors will meet next week

    Beijing : National Security Advisors of India and China will meet next week to discuss measures to improve bilateral ties which are strained by differences over a host of issues including India’s admission into NSG and Beijing’s attempts to block UN ban on JeM Chief Masood Azhar.

  • China refuses to budge on India’s NSG bid, Azhar banning

    Beijing: On the eve of President Xi Jinping’s India visit, China today stuck to its guns saying that there was no change in its stand on India’s NSG membership bid and New Delhi’s attempts to get JeM chief Masood Azhar designated as a terrorist by the UN.

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    India-China ties developing smoothly despite frictions: Media 

    Beijing: Hailing India for keeping “neutral stand” over the South China Sea issue despite pressure from the US and Japan, state-run Chinese media today said there are some contradictions and frictions between the two nations but the overall bilateral relations have been developing smoothly.

  • India, S-Africa to deepen ties in defence, manufacturing sectors

    Pretoria: Ratcheting up their traditional ties, India and South Africa today agreed to deepen engagement in key areas of defence production, manufacturing, mining and minerals while vowing to cooperate “actively” in combating terrorism and dealing with issues at multilateral fora.

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    Don’t throw tantrum after NSG setback: Chinese daily

    Beijing: A Chinese daily on Tuesday urged India not to throw tantrum after failing to join the NSG and said Western adulation had made New Delhi “a bit smug in international affairs”.

  • ‘Dialogue with China should continue despite NSG setback’

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said dialogue with China should continue to boost economic ties despite its strong opposition to India’s bid to clinch membership of Nuclear Suppliers Group.

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    Opposition parties slam Modi over India not getting NSG membership

    New Delhi: Opposition parties on Friday slammed the Narendra Modi government over its approach to securing Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) membership for India, saying that its desperation had caused an embarrassment to the country and it failed on the foreign policy front.

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