India is an indispensable partner: Japanese PM Kishida

PM of Japan announces new vision for a Free and Open Indo-Pacific to counter China’s growing influence in the region

China is preparing for a bipolar world order

If in the near future, China wants to (and China most definitely would) pick and choose those American blindsides to leverage its image as a global negotiator, then this Iran-Saudi deal would look like the tip of a fairly large iceberg.

Peshawar attack: Pakistan police protest against rising terrorism

Chinese President Xi calls Pak PM Sharif, offers to deepen counter-terror cooperation

Introducing Gilgit Baltistan: A 21st century Pakistani ‘colony’ – Part 1

G-B remains a part of Jammu and Kashmir but is currently under Pakistan’s illegal occupation

Is Pakistan reaching out? If so, drive a suitable bargain – in secret

It is in India’s interest to prevent Pakistan from becoming an outright Chinese colony

Japanese PM Kishida re-writing mentor Abe’s Russia playbook: Scholar

PM Kishida’s upcoming visit to the US and G-7 summit later this year will mark a significant change in Japan’s foreign and defence policies amid growing threats posed by China, North Korea

Why Sonia Gandhi took to streets?

Since the beginning of the winter session of Parliament, opposition parties have been demanding information from the ruling BJP about the government’s plan of action against the clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers on the Arunachal border on December 9. Union Defence minister Rajnath Singh told the Lok Sabha that Chinese troops carried out an

If China has any sense, it won’t come back to embarrass itself again : Lord Rami Ranger

The New Indian caught up with Lord Raminder Ranger, CBE Member of the House of Lords (UK), Conservatives Party member to unpack how other important democracies and economies are assessing India's aggressive stance on Pakistan sponsored terrorism and Chinese incursions across LAC.

BJP leader Gaurav Bhatia demands expulsion of Rahul Gandhi

BJP asked Congress to expel former president Rahul Gandhi for his comments against the Indian army.