All stories by Jaishree Balasubramanian
Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej dies at 88Rediff.com13 Oct 2016
Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn will succeed the king, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said in a televised address.
One country exports terror, isolate, sanction it: PM to AseanRediff.com8 Sep 2016
While addressing the 14th ASEAN-India summit, the PM noted that growing radicalism and spread of extreme violence are the other security threats.
PM Modi and Obama meet for 8th time in 2 yearsRediff.com8 Sep 2016
This could be their last meeting as leaders of the two countries with Obama's second term as US President coming to an end in November.
Modi, Abe vow to deepen counter-terror, nuclear cooperationRediff.com7 Sep 2016
Modi held talks with Abe after arriving in the Laotian capital to attend the Association of Southeast Asian Nations-India and the East Asia summits that will take place on Thursday.
PM in Laos tomorrow for ASEAN-India, East Asia meetsRediff.com6 Sep 2016
The Summit comes at a time when China is flexing its muscle to tighten its grip over the disputed South China Sea.
India, Vietnam ink 12 deals, vow to boost defence tiesRediff.com4 Sep 2016
India on Saturday extended $500 million (Rs 3,328 crore) Line of Credit to Vietnam for facilitating deeper defence cooperation with the south east Asian nation, as the two countries elevated their ties to a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership to respond to emerging regional challenges.
Modi in Vietnam: From feeding fish to praying at PagodaRediff.com3 Sep 2016
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited the historic Pagoda temple in Hanoi and the stilt house where revered Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh lived, apart from enjoying fishing with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Modi woos investors in MalaysiaRediff.com23 Nov 2015
India has ended regulatory uncertainty: Modi assures Malaysia.
Malaysia's Najib calls Modi 'man of action'Rediff.com23 Nov 2015
Both countries will advance maritime security and strengthen disaster response in the region, says Modi.
Religion should be delinked from terror: PM in MalaysiaRediff.com22 Nov 2015
Addressing the Indian diaspora on the second day of his three-day visit to Malaysia, Modi said India draws strength from its diversity and that his government is working to create an environment where enterprise flourishes and everybody gets basic needs like roof, sanitation, water, health care and education.
PM Modi unveils Swami Vivekananda's statue in MalaysiaRediff.com22 Nov 2015
The PM unveiled the bronze statue of Vivekananda amid cheers from the more than 2,000 Indians, most of them ethnic Indian-Malaysians.
Terrorism's long shadow stretches across world: PMRediff.com22 Nov 2015
"We often thought of terrorism as a peripheral problem for this region. The barbaric terrorist strikes in Paris, Ankara, Beirut, Mali and on the Russian aircraft is a stark reminder that its shadow stretches across our societies and our world, both in recruitment and choice of targets," Modi said in his remarks at the East Asia Summit.
PM calls for enhancing counter-terror cooperation with ASEANRediff.com21 Nov 2015
He suggested evolving specific plans for cooperation with the 10-memeber grouping in key areas of maritime security, counter-piracy and humanitarian and disaster relief.
ASEAN goof-up: Tricolour upside down as Modi, Abe shake handsRediff.com21 Nov 2015
The national flag was in the background of Modi and Abe's customary handshake at the Summit and was hoisted on a stand next to that of Japan.
Committed to provide transparent, predictable tax regime: PMRediff.com21 Nov 2015
"Reform is not an end in itself. Reform for me is just a way station on the long journey to the destination. The destination is the transformation of India," he said.
Modi arrives in Malaysia; terrorism, trade top agenda of summitRediff.com21 Nov 2015
Terrorism, trade and South China Sea dispute are expected to dominate discussions at the 13th ASEAN-India Summit likely to begin later today with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other Southeast Asian leaders reviewing the Association of Southeast Asian Nations-India cooperation and charting out its future direction.
Bangkok temple bombing: Two Indians taken into custodyRediff.com7 Sep 2015
The two Indians, who were not identified, have been taken to a military camp for questioning, The Nation quoted the police as saying.
Bangkok bomb suspect 'Turkish national': Thai officialsRediff.com29 Aug 2015
The 28-year-old man, who was not identified and was arrested from his rented apartment in Nong Chok district in a suburb in eastern Bangkok, was also found in possession of multiple passports.
27 killed, 80 injured after deadly bomb rips through central BangkokRediff.com17 Aug 2015
Police confirmed the explosion, near a shrine at a major Bangkok road, was from a bomb but no one has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
'India needs $1 trillion for new infrastructure'Rediff.com28 May 2015
The Indian economy is expected to return to the pre-crisis growth trajectory of about 9 per cent in a couple of years.