Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury

  • S Jaishankar discusses CAA with EU MPs

    S Jaishankar discusses CAA with EU MPs

    External affairs minister S Jaishankar is understood to have discussed India's decision to enact the Citizenship (Amendment) Act with Members of European Parliament (MEPs) during his one-day visit to Brussels on Monday.

    Pakistan to continue in FATF Grey List despite lobbying

    Pakistan to continue in FATF Grey List despite lobbying

    Pakistan's allies Turkey and Malaysia supported Pakistan at ongoing meet but that was not enough for Islamabad to move out Grey List. ET had reported last week that Pakistan will continue to be in Grey List of FATF. Final decision on Pakistan’s presence in FATF Grey List will come on Friday.

    S Jaishankar meets MEPs after their decision to defer vote on CAA

    S Jaishankar meets MEPs after their decision to defer vote on CAA

    During his one-day visit to Brussels on Monday, Jaishankar exchanged views with a group of Members of the European Parliament representing various member states and political groupings in the new European Parliament. This was his second such interaction with MEPs. His visit comes ahead of next edition India-EU summit in Brussels on March 13

    India to seek Taliban deal details from US

    India to seek Taliban deal details from US

    Ahead of Trump’s India visit, external affairs minister S Jaishankar met US special representative Zalmay Khalilzad in Munich on Saturday, on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference on the proposed deal with the Taliban. The Trump visit could help India get further clarity on the matter ahead of the signing of the deal, people in the know said.

    Ahead of FATF meeting, Pakistan says Masood Azhar 'missing'

    Ahead of FATF meeting, Pakistan says Masood Azhar 'missing'

    The claim has been made as Pakistan is battling to be removed from FATF grey list of countries that haven’t been doing enough to combat money laundering and terror financing. Pakistan was placed on the grey list by the FATF in June 2018 and asked to follow a course of corrective actions by October 2019 or face the risk of being placed on the black list.

    Donald Trump set to meet India Inc captains in Delhi on Feb 25

    Donald Trump set to meet India Inc captains in Delhi on Feb 25

    The probable list of attendees includes Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, Bharti Airtel chairman Sunil Mittal, Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran, Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra, Larsen & Toubro chairman AM Naik and Biocon CMD Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, ET has learnt from diplomatic sources. The CEOs’ roundtable will also be attended by bureaucrats.

    Indo-American diaspora debates CAA

    Indo-American diaspora debates CAA

    The panel included Nissim Reuben (AJC), Senge Sering(Gilgit Baltistan Analyst), Sant Gupta (political analyst) , and Dr. Vijay Sazawal (ex-President of Indo American Kashmir Forum). The panel was moderated by Nar Koppula, a founding member of the Washington DC-based US-India Security Forum (USISF).

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