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Modi, Xi capable of solving issues without outside help: PutinRediff.com5 Jun 2021
Asserting that both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping are 'responsible' leaders, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday said they both are capable of solving issues between the two countries, and that it was important that no 'extra-regional power' should interfere in the process.
France to move bid at UN to ban Masood AzharRediff.com19 Feb 2019
The French sources also said that the country will insist on maintaining Pakistan on the 'grey list' of countries at the ongoing meet of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in Paris.
India, China to enhance defence personnel ties to avoid Doklam-like crisisRediff.com5 Sep 2017
The Chinese and the Indian troops were engaged in a standoff for 73 days in Doklam.
Modi, Xi hold first bilateral meeting post-DoklamRediff.com5 Sep 2017
The prime minister, accompanied by senior officials including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar, met the Chinese leader just before his travel to Myanmar from this port city.
Modi pitches for BRICS credit rating agencyRediff.com4 Sep 2017
Modi said a separate rating agency would help the economies of the member countries as well as other developing nations.
PM, Xi display bonhomie at BRICS SummitRediff.com4 Sep 2017
Modi is also scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting with Xi on Tuesday.
Pak-based terror groups named in BRICS declaration for first timeRediff.com4 Sep 2017
The BRICS also called upon all nations to adopt a comprehensive approach in combating terrorism including countering radicalisation and blocking terror financing sources.
China says Doklam situation 'grave', rules out compromiseRediff.com4 Jul 2017
China's Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui said "the ball is in India's court" and it was for the Indian government to decide what options could be on the table to resolve the standoff.
No post-poll alliance with BSP or any party in UP: Amit ShahRediff.com22 Feb 2017
The Bharatiya Janata Party President said that it is difficult to make a guess who will win in Punjab.
Indian diplomacy saw a deterioration in 2016Rediff.com1 Jan 2017
Ties with Pakistan and China which were on the centre stage of Indian diplomacy saw a "deterioration" in the year gone by, according to foreign policy experts who feel that the relationships are unlikely to see any forward movement in the new year.
Support India on terror, ours not a friendship to hide: Israel PrezRediff.com14 Nov 2016
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin arrived on Monday on an eight-day visit to India, the first by any Israeli President in nearly two decades.
'Old friend is better than 2 new friends': India, Russia sign 16 key pacts in GoaRediff.com15 Oct 2016
Big ticket defence deals including purchase of missile systems, frigates and joint production of helicopters were sealed on Saturday.
Swaraj calls on Afghan Prez; meets Kyrgyz, Iranian counterpartsRediff.com9 Dec 2015
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday called on Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Islamabad and discussed connectivity, terror threats to the war-torn country and the peace and reconciliation process there.
PM holds talks with UAE crown prince, denounce terrorism in all formsRediff.com17 Aug 2015
Apart from key bilateral issues, the two leaders also discussed situation in the region, particularly in wake of the increasing threat of terrorism and extremism from various sources including the Islamic State militant group.
Modi sells India dream to UAE prime ministerRediff.com17 Aug 2015
India's major import items from UAE include petroleum and petroleum products, precious metals, stones, gems, jewellery, minerals and chemicals
PM Modi on two-day UAE visit from SundayRediff.com15 Aug 2015
During his visit, first by an Indian prime minister in 34 years, Modi will seek to enhance cooperation in energy and trade and reach out to investors to hardsell India as an attractive business destination.
SAARC leaders treated to all vegetarian fare at retreatRediff.com27 Nov 2014
From traditional Nepali thali to Gujarati basundi with jalebi, it was a lavish vegetarian spread of cuisines laid out for the SAARC leaders as they met in the cooler climes of exotic Dhulikhel resort for a retreat session.
Contact group established to expedite Indo-US nuke deal implementationRediff.com1 Oct 2014
With their landmark 2005 civil nuclear deal still in limbo, India and the United States have established an inter-agency contact group to sort out outstanding liability and technical issues to fast-track its full implementation.
Modi seeks easier access for Indian services firms to the USRediff.com1 Oct 2014
There have been issues related to visas for IT professionals from India.
India's food security concern at WTO needs solution: ModiRediff.com1 Oct 2014
India's food security concern at WTO needs solution: Modi