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Prince Charles visits Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

This Prince Charles’s 10th official visit to India.

This Prince Charles’s 10th official visit to India. On Wednesday, Prince Charles visited Gurudwara Bangla Sahib in Delhi. Importantly, he is on a two-day trip to India. Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) gave him a warm welcome. Importantly, the committee honoured him and bestowed a 'Siropa' (a robe) on him. Moreover, he interacted with the Sikh community and paid obeisance at the

India says no to RCEP

India choose to protect its national interest in RCEP negotiations

India chooses to protect its national interest in RCEP negotiations India decides to opt-out of Regional Economic Comprehensive Partnership (RCEP) deal. PM Modi refused to join the 16- nation deal consists of China and the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN). It is important to note that this RCEP covers about a third of the world economy and half of the world population.

USA to meet peace partners to solve Afghanistan

The US is looking for an escape

The US is looking for an escape The United States of America, Russia, China, and Pakistan have agreed to negotiate in Afghanistan. Interestingly, all the partners have agreed on early resumption of direct US talks with the Taliban. The daylong talks in Moscow came ahead of an Intra-Afghan dialogue. China will host the dialogue. According to officials, familiar will the talks, the

President Kovind’s bilateral visit: India, Slovenia sign 7 MoUs

India, Slovenia boost bilateral relations, sign seven MoUs

India, Slovenia boost bilateral relations, sign seven MoUs India and Slovenia have signed seven MoUs and Programmes of Cooperation in the fields of Investment, Sports, Culture, River Rejuvenation, Science and Technology and Standards. President Ram Nath Kovind met Slovenian President Borut Pahor on Monday and discussed the possibility of bilateral collaboration on a wide range of issues. The two countries also signed seven MoUs

India, Russia step up bilateral trade co-operation to $30 billion by 2025

India and Russia take a step forward in bilateral trade co-operation

India and Russia take a step forward in bilateral trade co-operation India and Russia are targeting bilateral trade of up to USD 30 billion by 2025. The bilateral trade between India and Russia stood at USD 8.2 billion during 2018-19. India's foreign secretary said on Wednesday that India and Russia will step up bilateral trade to USD 30 billion by 2025. Elaborating on this, the two

Duterte to discuss South China Sea with Xi in Beijing

Philippine President in China to raise Hague ruling on South China Sea

Philippine President in China to raise Hague ruling on South China Sea Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte arrived in Beijing to meet his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. Duterte is expected to discuss Hague ruling on South China Sea during the visit. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte reached Beijing on Wednesday for his scheduled bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Duterte was accompanied by several top

Jaishankar in Moscow: Indo-Pacific a new concept in the changing world

S Jaishankar opens up about Indo-Pacific at a forum in Moscow

S Jaishankar opens up about Indo-Pacific at a forum in Moscow External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, who is in Russia for a two-day visit, has said that Indo-Pacific is one of the new concepts in the changing world. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Tuesday that a number of new concepts have come up in the changing world and Indo-Pacific is one

G7 summit: PM Modi meets UK PM Boris Johnson

PM Modi talks to Boris Johnson at the G7 summit

PM Modi talks to Boris Johnson at the G7 summit PM Narendra Modi met British PM Boris Johnson at the G7 summit in Biarritz, France. This is the first meeting between the two leaders since Johnson became PM last month. Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his British counterpart Boris Johnson at the G7 summit on Sunday and the two leaders discussed ways to bolster

South Korea to pull out of intel-sharing agreement with Japan

Tensions between South Korea and Japan escalate as former withdraws from bilateral pact

Tensions between South Korea and Japan escalate as former withdraws from bilateral pact South Korea has decided to pull out of an intelligence sharing agreement with Japan, a move that can potentially escalate a decades-old dispute between the two countries. South Korea has avowed that it will scrap the intelligence sharing pact with Japan, raising security concerns regarding North Korea. The

France, Panama to create bilateral body to curb tax evasion

French Minister Gérald Darmanin announces formation of bilateral body to tackle tax fraud

French Minister Gérald Darmanin announces formation of bilateral body to tackle tax fraud France and Panama have signed an agreement to create a group in order to curb tax fraud. The bilateral agreement comes years after Panama was blacklisted due to Panama Papers scandal. French Minister of Public Accounts Gérald Darmanin promulgated on Twitter that France and Panama have decided to

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