India has a legitimate role to play in stabilising Afghanistan but peace can not be brought to the region without help from its nuclear-armed rival Pakistan, US envoy Richard Holbrooke said today.
In a major boost to Gujarat, Canada has announced to become a partner country in the Vibrant Gujarat investment summit next year.
Indian and British war veterans came together in scores to pay homage to the Indian soldiers who gave up their lives in World War I, fighting on the side of the Allies, at a touching memorial service in Brighton.
Exactly 25 years after the Air India Kanishka bombing in 1985, the Canadian commission which investigated the tragedy will table its report on Thursday.
Sikh groups in the US have asked the Canadian parliament to recognise the 1984 anti-Sikh riots as an organised campaign of violence.
India and Russia are to invest USD 600 million to set up a joint venture (JV) to produce a medium lift transport aircraft for their armed forces.
Welcoming the State Visit of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the US Senate passes a unanimous resolution saying that India and the US can together make "enormous contributions" in addressing the challenges of the 21st century.
After a gap of nearly a decade, a joint statement issued by the US and China has named India and Pakistan. The statement had an unexpected line saying the two sides “support the improvement and growth of relations between India and Pakistan.” This will go down poorly in India. Reshma Patil
As US President Barack Obama gets ready to leave Washington on a four-nation maiden sojourn to Asia and then hosts Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at his First State Dinner, top administration official today said these are attempts to renew America's alliance in the region.
Pakistan-based terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba was planning to use an American national to carry out a major terrorist attack in India, US investigating authorities said on Tuesday.
Former US president Bill Clinton has said India has the potential to outgrow China if it makes peace with Pakistan.
India will soon contribute to a World Bank financing facility to promote development in developing countries through exchange of expertise in areas like poverty alleviation, information technology and targeted subsidies.
India's dramatic rise on the global stage has made a leading American university to launch the Year of India, an initiative to better understand the country and its growing impact around the world.