The deputy director of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has said that the agency has told Turkey’s Space Agency that India is ready to cooperate with Turkey.
Pakistan rejects Indian government officials request of opening the railways routes between Pakistan and India that had been closed following Modi government scrapping status of Occupied Kashmir.*
Both India and Pakistan are vying for China's support in the dispute over Kashmir. Experts say that although China is critical of India's move to control the region, it's unlikely to affect economic ties with India.
In a dramatic move that has significant political, legal and security implications for India and South Asia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist government on Monday revoked the special status the state of Jammu and Kashmir had enjoyed for decades under Article 370 of the Indian constitution.
India's ruling party has delivered on its promise to revoke the special autonomous status for Jammu and Kashmir. It is a risky move, but there is a clear rationale behind it, says DW's Rodion Ebbighausen.
India’s interest lies in keeping the Taliban and, therefore, a Pakistan-aligned regime out of Kabul. This has helped keep Islamabad mentally and militarily fearful of a two-front conflict and reduced its capacity to cause mischief to India
New missile, new threats?
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan continues work to solidify cooperation with the Indian business and to attract new investors.
President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov congratulated Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the convincing victory of his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the general parliamentary elections.
India has taken another impressive step towards the status of a full-fledged independent space power.