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  • China wants to stick to right path of bilateral ties with India

    Beijing : China wants to stick to the “right path” of bilateral ties with India, explore new areas for cooperation and ensure sound and steady development of the relationship, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Monday.

  • Rajnath reviews security in JK; NSA Doval, Home Secretary attend meet

    NEW DELHI: For the second consecutive day, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday reviewed the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir, where two terror attacks in three days left 10 people, including 6 Army men, dead, an official said.

  • No political thought in Azhar listing issue: China

    China has been consistently blocking moves by India, the US and France to designate Azhar as global terrorist  by the 1267 Sanctions panel by putting technical holds

  • Next round of India-China boundary talks will be held in due course: China

    Beijing: The next round of Special Representatives talks between India and China over the boundary issue will be held in due course, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said today. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will hold talks with his Chinese counterpart, Yang Jiechi, who are currently the designated Special Representatives. Both sides have so far held 19 rounds of talks.

  • Ajit Doval to visit Beijing for BRICS NSA’s meet on July 27-28

    New Delhi: Amid the ongoing stand-off between India and China over the Doklam issue, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval is set to visit Beijing to attend the BRICS NSA’s meeting on July 27-28.

  • Kashmiriyat still alive, I salute it: Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday hailed the people of Kashmir for their unequivocal condemnation of the terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims in Ananthnag district. “Every section of the society in Kashmir has condemned the unfortunate cowardice act of terror on the Amarnath pilgrims. I salute the people of the state,” Rajnath Singh said here.

  • Rajnath Singh calls meet on Kashmir situation

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh today called a high-level meeting to review the situation in Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the killing of Amarnath pilgrims by terrorists. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, top officials of the home ministry, intelligence agencies and central paramilitary forces are attending the meeting.

  • Pak forces deliberately target Indian civilians: BSF

    Jammu: Pakistani border guarding force, with active connivance of its Army, have resorted to heavy mortal shelling deliberately towards Indian civilian areas along the International Border, Inspector General of BSF D K Upadhyay said today.

  • 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.

  • Pakistan, India NSAs agree to reduce tension along LoC

    Islamabad: The National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan have spoken over phone and agreed to reduce tensions on the LoC, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said today as tensions soared high between the two nations after India’s surgical strikes.

  • Rahul Gandhi condemns Baramulla attack

    New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Monday condemned the attack on an Army base in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir, stating that his thoughts and prayers are with the soldiers defending the nation.

  • DG BSF briefs Rajnath Singh on security situation

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh was briefed about the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla after an Indian Army camp came under attack by fidayeen militants on Sunday night.

  • Modi reviews Indus water treaty, says blood and water cannot flow together

    New Delhi: “Blood and water cannot flow together,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today as he chaired a review meeting of 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty during which it was decided that India will “exploit to the maximum” the water of Pakistan-controlled rivers, including Jhelum, as per the water sharing pact.

  • India, China hold 19th round of border talks

    Beijing: India and China today held the 19th round of talks to resolve the vexed border dispute amid a growing discord between the two nations over Beijing blocking India’s bid to get JeM chief Masood Azhar banned by the UN. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval held the annual talks with Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi to discuss the road ahead to resolve the dispute which has bedevilled bilateral ties.

  • India-Pak chill ends: NSAs talk on neutral turf Bangkok

    New Delhi : The brief handshake and unscripted meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Paris last week appears to have been warm enough to shrug off the frost between the two hostile neighbours. Within days of that meeting the two National Security Advisers have met in Bangkok, and a joint statement issued by them left no one in doubt that the talking process has indeed begun.

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