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China on Friday sought to dispel the view that it was against India’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). “The notion that China is against India’s entry into NSG is not right. India and China are working together in this regard,” Consul General of China in Kolkata, Zhanwu Ma said. “Entry of any country … Read more China not against India’s entry in NSG: Envoy
The leaders of India and Japan will discuss ways of taking forward the $1.65-billion US-2i amphibian search and rescue aircraft deal, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the country later this month. Highly-placed sources told FE, “On Monday, ahead of the India-Japan annual summit, there was a meeting in the ministry of defence to discuss … Read more India, Japan to push $1.65-bn amphibian plane deal
India on Wednesday decided to withdraw eight officials from the high commission in Islamabad after they were identified in local media reports, amidst growing tension between the two countries after a Pakistani high commission staffer in Delhi was caught in an espionage ring and expelled. Indian diplomats had been “completely compromised” after their names and … Read more India set to withdraw 8 officials from Pakistan mission
THE BBC reported on Monday that an investigation conducted by its Panorama team and The Guardian has found evidence that suggests Rolls-Royce made secret payments of around 10 million pounds to firms linked to arms dealer Sudhir Choudhrie that may have helped the company win a major contract for engines on Hawk aircraft to India. … Read more Rolls-Royce paid Sudhir Choudhrie £10 million for India Hawk deal: BBC investigation
After the Indian Army’s requests fell on deaf ears on the Pakistan side regarding the return of a soldier, who had “inadvertently” crossed into PoK, the Indian government will now take up the case directly with the Foreign Ministry of Pakistan. Chandu Babulal Chavan, a 37 Rashtriya Rifles soldier, had crossed into PoK on September … Read more After Failed Attempt by Army to ensure Indian soldier’s release, government to approach Pak foreign ministry