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'Extremely difficult' phase after what China did on border: Jaishankar

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Thursday that the relationship between India and China is going through an "extremely difficult phase" after what Beijing has done at the border and......

China lauds India's 'great efforts' to help Lanka, says S Asia its priority

China on Wednesday praised India for making "great efforts" to help Colombo to tide over its worst financial crisis even as it refuted Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's remarks that Beijing......

Forex-starved Sri Lanka runs out of cash to buy fuel

Sri Lankan government on Monday admitted that it has run out of cash to buy fuel as pumps in most filling stations across the country have run dry, exacerbating the deepening foreign-exchange......

Sikh officer plans to sue US Marine Corps for full religious freedom

A 26-year-old Sikh-American officer in the US Marines who has been allowed to wear the turban -- the first person in the 246-year history of the elite force allowed to do so, but with a few......

Taliban: Time for India to think BOLD

Like China, India too should connect the dots and move ahead with a long-term perspective in Afghanistan, advises Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar, who played a stellar role in beginning India's dealings......

8 bn rubles of Indian oil firms stuck in Russia

As much as 8 billion rubles (about Rs 1,000 crore) of dividend income belonging to Indian oil firms is stuck in Russia after the Putin administration clamped down on dollar repatriation, officials......

Oil retreats, still above $100; no supply shocks for India

International oil prices retreated from an over seven-year high but was still above $100 a barrel and continue to pose threat to India's inflation rate and current account deficit. While there are......

After 20 years, privatisation programme in India off to 'Maharaja' start

After a hiatus of nearly two decades, the government's programme to privatise state-owned firms restarted with the handing over of debt-laden national carrier Air India to the Tata Group.......

Tata group firms jump ahead of CPSUs in m-cap race

It’s the first time that govt companies are not India’s biggest business group. Krishna Kant reports. IMAGE: N Chandrasekaran, Chairman of Tata Sons.Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters......

Rising fuel prices may hit BPCL's divestment plan

The divestment of Bharat Petroleum Corp­oration (BPCL) may hit a fuel price hurdle, according to officials dealing with the matter. They pointed out that the inconspicuous administered price......

Amazon, Reliance set to lock horns over IPL media rights

'Cricket is the second-biggest sport in the world with two-and-a-half billion fans and IPL is like its Super Bowl.' IMAGE: IPL's matches reached 350 million viewers during the first half of the......

Shorts: Boxer Duati challenges semis loss at Nationals

Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Saturday IMAGE: Image used for representational purposes. Photograph: Patrick Smith/Getty Images India Open silver-medallist and defending......

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