India attends SCO meeting in China amid Sikkim stand-off
This is the first plenary meeting since India and Pakistan joined the grouping in June. The other members are China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
India calls for enhanced connectivity, unimpeded trade among SCO member states
"We support enhanced connectivity and unimpeded trade in the SCO region. Initiatives should be pursued in an inclusive manner with due respect for sovereignty," India said.
SCO charter prohibits India, Pakistan to raise bilateral issues: China
"In SCO charter there is a clause that the hostility between the bilateral relations should not be brought to the organisation," China said while formally admitting the two nations as new members.
Red Fort with Indian flag part of Pakistan tableau in SCO meet gaffe
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Indian envoy to China Vijay Gokhale along with the ambassadors of Pakistan Masood Khalid and other SCO members attended the function.
SCO membership could bring India and Pakistan closer at SAARC: Pakistan diplomat
"The SCO is important organisation for Pakistan and India. This not an organisation to settle disputes but work for the region and common challenges and for common development."
PM Narendra Modi leaves for home after attending SCO summit
India and Pakistan today joined the SCO, the first-ever expansion of the China-dominated security grouping that is increasingly seen as a counterweight to NATO.
Narendra Modi, Nawaz Sharif exchange greetings ahead of SCO summit in Astana
Modi and Sharif were in the Leaders' Lounge at the Astana Opera on Thursday evening before the SCO concert. They exchanged greetings.
India to have greater say in fighting terror after full SCO membership
India, one of the largest energy consuming countries in the world, is also likely to get greater access to major gas and oil exploration projects in Central Asia once it becomes part of the SCO.
PM Narendra Modi departs for Kazakhstan's Astana to attend SCO summit
India and Pakistan signed the memorandum of obligations on 24 June 2016 at Tashkent, thereby starting the formal process of joining the SCO as full members.
India to gain SCO full membership at its summit on June 8-9
There is a possibility of a bilateral meeting between Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the sidelines of the summit at Astana, capital of Kazakhstan.
Look forward to deepening India's ties with SCO: Narendra Modi
During the summit, India and Pakistan will become full members of the Eurasian grouping comprising China and Russia amongst other Central Asian nations.
SCO could give platform to India, Pakistan to resolve disputes: Chinese media
India and Pakistan will be formally admitted into the China dominated six-nation grouping tomorrow at the SCO summit in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan.
View: Regional cooperation can leverage Afghanistan’s development and stability
In the context of Afghanistan, regional cooperations is one of positive ways to strengthen the economic growth and stability in a situation when the country is inflamed by constant insurgency.
Joining SCO club to add to India’s heft in central Asia
India moved fast to become a member of the SCO in order to boost its presence in the region which was part of the erstwhile Soviet Union.
India, Pak to become full SCO members at Astana summit: China
The members states of the SCO are accelerating the MoU procedures with the two countries and everything is going very well, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said.
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