India-And-World

India, China seek common ground on Afghanistan

Both countries set aside differences on Masood Azhar, Delhi’s NSG bid


Explaining the art of manipulation

A guide to the two distinct narratives on Pakistan


Ways of sharing

The time is ripe for India and Bangladeshto consolidate gains on key issues


Hate bubbles over

The murder of an Indian in a hate crime poses uncomfortable questions to Team Trump


The Saeed test

Why we shouldn’t read too much into Pakistan’s action against the LeT chief, yet


Marching to be counted

With anti-immigrant tensions rising in Britain, responses such as 1daywithoutus too will sharpen


PM weighs in on visa curbs

‘Time for the U.S. to develop a balanced approach to movement of professionals’


‘Workers’ mobility issue is key to U.K.-India FTA’

Real potential of bilateral trade has not been tapped: Envoy


India, Rwanda sign aviation, visa deals

Rwandan Airways to begin direct flights between Kigali and Mumbai in April


A brave new self-help world

We may have complained about the post-War order, but the lack of an intellectual replacement is a nightmare


Speak in our own voice

Why India must keep charge of its bilateral engagement with its largest neighbour


The fight Pakistan must wage within

Attacks like the one in Sehwan show how its tolerance for terror groups undermines the country


India, Afghanistan take a hard line on Taliban at Moscow conference

Oppose view of Russia, China, Pakistan to involve Taliban in reconciliation efforts


Take lead in jet project: Russia

Countries have a pact to jointly produce new design


An eyewash or a turning point?

In all likelihood, the arrest of Hafiz Saeed is more a tactical escape by the Pakistani state than a strategic ‘policy decision’


TPP is dead, but its legacy lives on

The Trans-Pacific Partnership was dead long before Donald Trump signed his executive order. But its damaging aspects, like stringent IP provisions, have just migrated to other agreements


‘India will bypass U.K. to deal with Europe’

Virendra Sharma has been the MP for the London constituency of Ealing Southall since 2007, and a vocal campaigner for the U.K. remaining in the EU. Last week, he was one of the 47 Labour MPs who rebel


India to impart submarine training to Indonesia

India has agreed to impart submarine training to Indonesia as part of a bilateral effort to diversify defence cooperation.


India to pitch global services accord to WTO chief Azevedo

India will make a presentation on Thursday to World Trade Organisation (WTO) Director General Roberto Azevedo and India Inc. on New Delhi’s proposal for a global pact to boost services trade.


Rewiring the WTO

Growing disenchantment with the existing model of globalisation is also a historic opportunityto frame new rules granting equal opportunities to all in the global marketplace