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1 dead, several hurt in attack on French factory

1 dead, several hurt in attack on French factory

SAINT-QUENTIN-FALLAVIER, France: An attacker carrying an Islamist flag killed one person and injured several others today at a gas factory in eastern France, according to a legal source. The suspected… Read more »

Indian mission in Sweden launches 'India Unlimited'

Indian mission in Sweden launches ‘India Unlimited’

LONDON: Seeking synergies between Swedish and Indian entrepreneurship, Indian mission in Sweden has launched ‘India Unlimited’ platform. “The aim of the platform ‘India Unlimited’ is promoting Brand India in Sweden… Read more »

Massive preparations underway to commemorate Yoga day at UN

Massive preparations underway to commemorate Yoga day at UN

UNITED NATIONS: Nearly two billion people across 192 nations would participate in commemorating the first International Yoga Day by the end of June 21, with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj… Read more »

China seeks rail link between Kunming and Kolkata

China seeks rail link between Kunming and Kolkata

KUNMING: China is keen to establish a high speed rail link between Kunming and Kolkata as part of its efforts to revive the ancient silk route, traversing through Myanmar and… Read more »

China dismisses reports linking military with NSCN-K

China dismisses reports linking military with NSCN-K

BEIJING: China has dismissed as “completely groundless” the media reports accusing its army officials of having links with a militant group involved in an attack on Indian troops in Manipur… Read more »

China rejects Modi's proposal to clarify positions on LAC

China rejects Modi’s proposal to clarify positions on LAC

BEIJING: China has virtually rejected Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposal to clarify positions on the Line of Actual Control and said it prefers an agreement with India on a Code… Read more »

India voices concern over terror emanating from neighbourhood

India voices concern over terror emanating from neighborhood

MINSK: President Pranab Mukherjee has voiced serious concern over terrorism and extremism emanating from India’s neighborhood, saying it remains a major security threat for India as well as other countries… Read more »

US officialAirstrikes killed 10,000 Islamic State fighters

Airstrikes killed 10,000 Islamic State fighters: US official

BEIRUT: A US official said today that more than 10,000 Islamic State fighters have been killed by American-led airstrikes in Iraq and Syria in nine months, offering a body count… Read more »

Tagore, Gandhi''s ideas best way to counter terrorismPrez

Tagore, Gandhi’s ideas best way to counter terrorism: Prez

STOCKHOLM: President Pranab Mukherjee has said the ideas of truth, dialogue and non-violence espoused by Rabindranath Tagore and Mahatma Gandhi provide the best way to tackle the challenges of terrorism… Read more »

AIIB to be operational by year-end

AIIB to be operational by year-end

SINGAPORE: The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), in which India is a founding member, today said it would be operational by the end of this year. The 57-member bank… Read more »

India, China vow to settle border issue at earliest

India China vow to proactively resolve boundary issue

BEIJING: India and China have vowed to seek a “political” solution to the boundary issue and proactively resolve it as early as possible amid Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s emphasis that… Read more »

India, China to set up task force to address trade gap issue

India, China to set up task force to address trade gap issue

BEIJING: India and China have agreed to set up a high level task force to look into ways to address New Delhi’s concerns over widening trade deficit which has touched… Read more »

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India, China should think out of box to resolve issues: Media

BEIJING: India and China should think out of the box to resolve issues as their ties are still vulnerable to many sensitive matters due to lack of trust despite the… Read more »

Modi announces e-visas to Chinese nationals

Modi announces e-visas to Chinese nationals

BEIJING: In a confidence building measure, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced that India will grant e-visas to Chinese tourists. “We have decided to extend electronic tourist visas to Chinese… Read more »

Modi Li launch forum for interaction between states

Modi Li launch forum for interaction between states

BEIJING: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang today launched an interactive forum for Indian states and Chinese provinces to establish economic cooperative partnership to develop their respective… Read more »

Xi, Modi hold summit-level talks in Xian

Xi, Modi hold summit-level talks in Xian

XIAN: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping today began summit-level talks during which the two leaders are expected to discuss a host of issues, including the contentious… Read more »

PM visits Terracotta Warriors Museum in Xian

PM visits Terracotta Warriors Museum in Xian

XIAN: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today visited the famous Terracotta Warriors Museum which has a large collection of sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of… Read more »

David Cameron set for stunning UK poll triumph

David Cameron set for stunning UK poll triumph

LONDON: David Cameron today looked set for a second term as Prime Minister with his Conservative Party likely to get a majority in the UK’s hotly-contested polls, as he vowed… Read more »

Netanyahu clinches deal to form coalition govt

Netanyahu clinches deal to form coalition govt

JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has clinched an 11th-hour deal with a right-wing party to form a hard-line coalition government that could pose a major challenge to any global… Read more »

TAKS OF INDIA

Talks on India-EFTA free trade pact stuck over IPR issues

GENEVA: The negotiations between the European Free Trade Association and India over a free trade pact are stuck due to intellectual property rights issues but the Swiss government is hopeful… Read more »