India-And-World

China’s stance on terror self-defeating: India

New Delhi wants Beijing to help blacklist Pak.-based terror mastermind Masood Azhar


New draft could help India’s NSG entry

A new draft proposal circulated among Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) member-states early this month could pave the way for India to become a member of the elite club, but this is unlikely to happen bef


Behind Pakistan’s CPEC offer

Days after a senior Pakistani General suggested that India should shun its “enmity” with Pakistan and join the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project


Afghanistan, India, and Trump

Given his limited choices in stabilising Afghanistan, which include supporting a national election,U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will find India to be a reliable and trusted partner in this process


India journeys from multilateral to bilateral

bric by bric:India’s attempts to introduce Pakistan-specific anti-terror strictures into the the BRICS declaration at the Goa summit came a cropper.


Foreign policy, Act III

In the second act, when Mr. Modi began encountering complex issues, rivals and adversaries, things appeared complicated


‘Soft border approach can bring India into CPEC’

An endorsement of “soft borders” by New Delhi and Islamabad would address India’s core objection to the CPEC — its passage through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).


Speak up for the Rohingyas

Do the Rohingyas have to belong to a particular religion to get the attention and importance they deserve from India?


A grim outlook for Europe

The world faces the prospect of increased terrorist activity in multiple regions, especially in Europe. Intensified surveillance of suspected groups or individuals can help only a little


China open to India joining economic corridor

All-weather partners:Pakistani personnel on a ship carrying containers at the Gwadar port earlier this year.— PHOTO: AFPAAMIR QURESHI  


India-U.S. interests are aligned in Bangladesh, says Ambassador

Marcia Bernicat  


A year of living dangerously

Along with a disturbing rise in attacks on Army camps across Jammu and Kashmir, the Line of Control and the International Boundary in the State are also alarmingly tense today


Hong Kong revokes visa-free entry to Indians

Overstaying Indian nationals violating visa norms prompted Hong Kong, a China-administered territory, to alter its visa agreement with India, senior official sources told The Hindu on Wednesday.


India, Kyrgyzstan seek a global pact against terror

Close ties:Kyrgyzstan President Almazbek Sharshenovich Atambaev and his wife being welcomed by President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday.— Photo:


The world according to Trump

The pronouncements and appointments of the U.S. President-elect suggest the balance of outcomes may be positive for New Delhi, but it is early days yet


Mapping the American mind

Given America’s centrality in many areas of knowledge, its own crisis in the Trump era will have an impact on other national systems of education


China slams India over invite to the Dalai Lama

It was a non-political event organised by Nobel laureates dedicated to the welfare of children, says New Delhi


‘U.K. missed golden chance to further relations with India’

Tim Hewish, who authored report advocating changes to the visa system, says government should have created a scheme like it did for the Chinese


Myanmar ‘resented’ Indian claims of hot pursuit

The avengers:India reportedly carried out a cross-border raid, killing 40, in June 2015 to avenge the death of its soldiers in Manipur. Photo shows an army patrol in the State.


No direct impact on U.S.-India ties: Experts

The Indian leadership will have no issue dealing with a businessman-diplomat, says an expert