Modi 3.0: President Muizzu Attends Modi’s Swearing-In Ceremony

Modi 3.0: President Muizzu Attends Modi’s Swearing-In Ceremony

The atmosphere was electrifying at the grand swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, marking the commencement of his third term.
Why the Maldives needs India as a strategic partner more than ever

Why the Maldives needs India as a strategic partner more than ever

The island nation of the Maldives finds itself at an important geopolitical crossroads. Its relations with India, a time-tested partner, have frayed under the new presidency of Mohamed Muizzu.
Recent study finds India key beneficiary of global supply chain shift due to China+1 strategy

Recent study finds India key beneficiary of global supply chain shift due to China+1 strategy

Recently, equity research and rating firm Nomura said that India, followed by Vietnam, was one of the biggest beneficiaries of the global supply chain shift due to the China+1 strategy adopted by transnational companies.
Look forward to healthy and stable relationship: China congratulates PM Modi on election win

Look forward to healthy and stable relationship: China congratulates PM Modi on election win

China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP, and the NDA on their Lok Sabha election victory. It expressed eagerness for a "healthy and stable" China-India relationship. Spokesperson Mao Ning emphasised the mutual benefits of such a relationship, highlighting its importance for regional peace and development. Prime Minister Modi secured a third term, but the BJP will need coalition support. Global leaders offered congratulations on the victory.
US commends India on 'successfully completing massive electoral undertaking', hopes for "continued close partnership"

US commends India on 'successfully completing massive electoral undertaking', hopes for "continued close partnership"

US on Tuesday (local time) commended India on completing the world's largest electoral exercise - 2024 Lok Sabha polls spread over 44 days starting from April 19-June 1, and hoped for "continued close partnership" between the two countries after NDA's third consecutive win - Modi 3.0.
Sunita Williams flies to ISS on NASA's Boeing Starliner tonight; 3rd time in space for Indian-origin astronaut

Sunita Williams flies to ISS on NASA's Boeing Starliner tonight; 3rd time in space for Indian-origin astronaut

(ANI) Indian-origin Sunita Williams' piloted 'Starliner' is set to launch into space on Saturday, after the joint mission of US space agency NASA and aircraft major Boeing was previously hit by snags.
The Chinese Strategy and Consistent Disgard of Territorial Sovereignty of Nations

The Chinese Strategy and Consistent Disgard of Territorial Sovereignty of Nations

China’s continued challenges to territorial sovereignty of various nation states around the world is slowly becoming a growing international concern
India can Play a Role in Assisting Kazakhstan Combat Catastrophic Floods

India can Play a Role in Assisting Kazakhstan Combat Catastrophic Floods

As Central Asia grapples with the devastating impacts of climate change, the recent floods in Kazakhstan have emerged as a stark reminder of the urgency to address this global crisis.
Haji Syed Salman named Ambassador for the International Day of Living Together in Peace at Geneva

Haji Syed Salman named Ambassador for the International Day of Living Together in Peace at Geneva

Haji Syed Salman Chishty, Gaddi Nashin of Dargah Ajmer Sharif and Chairman of the Chishty Foundation has been honored as the Ambassador for the International Day of Living Together in Peace in its seventh edition, which is observed annually on 16 May by member states of the United Nations.
Chabahar port will strengthen central Asian countries connectivity, regional supply chains and global peace

Chabahar port will strengthen central Asian countries connectivity, regional supply chains and global peace

Chabahar port marks not only a significant milestone in the bilateral relations between India and Iran but also a crucial step towards regional economic integration and connectivity; paving the way for increased global trade, investments and peace.
India best among top economies in taming inflation and maintaining growth on high road

India best among top economies in taming inflation and maintaining growth on high road

Calibrated steps undertaken by Government of India and RBI not only contained the high inflation trajectory but also maintained growth at high road among the top economies. India’s inflation trajectory is within the target band of central bank while many of the top 10 leading economies are still struggling to bring inflation at their tolerance levels. India will remain an attractive investment destination for the global investors on the back of high GDP growth, softening inflation trajectory and a solid fiscal consolidation path
Mentoring Kashmiri Students To Avail Rhodes Scholarships

Mentoring Kashmiri Students To Avail Rhodes Scholarships

A Centre for Peace, Research and Sustainable Development (JKCPRS); JK Students Association are mentoring Kashmiri students for Rhodes scholarship. Chairman JKCPRS Nasir Khuehami expressed his delight in organising a workshop on the Rhodes Scholarship, which he hopes will inspire and motivate young students and professionals to pursue their dreams and reach their full potential
India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves Grow Strength to Strength

India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves Grow Strength to Strength

Despite the geo-political headwinds, high inflation and high interest rates, India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves went up all time high at USD 648 billion in April 2024. India has built a strong resilience in the external sector at the crucial juncture of geo-politics; country is comfortable to meet its external financing requirements.
People's trust in Indian government and its services is rising: IIM Survey

People's trust in Indian government and its services is rising: IIM Survey

A pan-India survey of the citizens by the country's top management institutes has found that the average trust in the Indian government across the country has reached 69.36 percent with Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh (UP) recording the highest level of trust in government services.
Act East Policy : India, Indonesia vow to expand collaboration in defence, maritime security

Act East Policy : India, Indonesia vow to expand collaboration in defence, maritime security

India and Indonesia, driven by their Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, have agreed to intensify their defence, maritime security and multilateral cooperation under the Act East Policy.
India boosts anti-submarine warfare, successfully tests 'Supersonic Missile-Assisted Release of Torpedo' system

India boosts anti-submarine warfare, successfully tests 'Supersonic Missile-Assisted Release of Torpedo' system

When China recently launched the first of eight Hangor II submarines for Pakistan at the Wuchang Shipbuilding yard in Wuhan, India moved another step forward to enhance its Navy's anti-submarine warfare capability by conducting a successful test of the Supersonic Missile-Assisted Release of Torpedo (SMART) system.
Indian Envoy Meets Myanmar Deputy PM, Discusses Multifaceted Relations

Indian Envoy Meets Myanmar Deputy PM, Discusses Multifaceted Relations

Indian Ambassador to Myanmar, Abhay Thakur, on Tuesday met Myanmar Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Than Swe, in Naypyidaw and discussed the various aspects of the multifaceted relations between two nations, reports said.
China flooding international markets with cheap goods

China flooding international markets with cheap goods

With tension between China and the US far from tapering off anytime soon, it is in trade and economic areas where Beijing’s activities appear to have further hit panic button in Washington DC as Secretary of State Antony Blinken, during his April 24-26 visit to East Asian country, raised his concern on dumping of Chinese products, including steel and Aluminium in the American market.
The cost of dominance: China's evironmental destruction in the South China Sea

The cost of dominance: China's evironmental destruction in the South China Sea

In the midst of geopolitical tensions, a simmering environmental crisis is brewing beneath the surface of the South China Sea. While countries in the region, such as China, are busy strengthening their control, the delicate marine ecosystem is collapsing due to human actions. Decades of intense fishing, dredging to create new land, and the harvesting of giant clams have devastated the unique populations of the South China Sea, pushing many species towards extinction.
Delayed Decision Making, Climate Change and Technological Progress   – Factors that Beg Rethinking the Indus Water Treaty

Delayed Decision Making, Climate Change and Technological Progress – Factors that Beg Rethinking the Indus Water Treaty

One of Asia’s largest river systems, the Indus River Basin (IRB), consists of the key artery, the Indus River, and several tributaries – the Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej, and Beas rivers. Together, these six rivers carry approximately 0.2 billion cubic metres of water annually.
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