India to invite Imran khan, other leaders for SCO's annual heads of government meeting
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said all eight member countries, four observers and dialogue partners of the grouping will be invited for the meeting.
SCO SG suggests vigorous e-comm partnership among member states
Norov said that e-commerce provides opportunities for companies to expand their markets, scale up their businesses, reduce transaction cost through economies of scale and more efficient use of capital, as well as to create new jobs.
SCO Secretary General suggests vigorous e-comm partnership among member states
Speaking at an industry interaction, ‘Enhancing Indian Industry’s Engagement with SCO’organised by FICCI, Norov said, “The time has come for purposeful and active action for development of e-commerce in our countries.” Norov is on five day visit to India to host series of meetings besides participating in Raisina Dialogue.
Raheja Developers Launches First RERA approved SCO Plots Market in Gurugram
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Visit of SCO Secretary General & Uzbekistan Foreign Minister pushes India’s Eurasia agenda
As Taliban and USA inch closer to conclude peace deal and Pakistan eyes to revive its influence in Kabul, India is stepping up its engagement with regional players who are neighbours of Afghanistan. This includes Uzbekistan and Tajikistan besides Iran and Russia.
Russian support to India on Kashmir is rooted in history
While the Moscow has formed closer partnership Beijing as part of their global strategy to counter USA, the two do not share similar views on the Kashmir issue. China is in favour of internationalising the matter but Russia has consistently favoured a solution under bilateral format.
Indian PM suggests 2020 as year of implementation of 2019 Indo-Russian pacts
The Prime Minister noted that several important decisions and outcomes were reached between the two countries in 2019.
PM Modi suggests 2020 as year of implementation of key decisions arrived with Russia in 2019
This was decided when Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met Modi here on Wednesday. The Prime Minister noted that several important decisions and outcomes were reached between the two countries in 2019.
China should reflect on global consensus; refrain from such actions: MEA on UNSC move
Pakistan has repeatedly tried to raise the Kashmir issue at the UN Security Council with China's help, but it failed again to find any support. The latest attempt failed as other countries of the 15-member council felt Kashmir is a bilateral matter between India and Pakistan.
China defends raising Kashmir issue at UNSC to de-escalate Indo-Pak tensions
China's comments came a day after India asserted that Beijing's latest attempt to raise the Kashmir issue at the UNSC on Pakistan's behalf has failed, with an overwhelming majority of the 15-member body expressing the view that it was not the right forum to discuss the bilateral issue between India and Pakistan.
A sign of thaw? Here's how things could play out after India's invite to Imran Khan
Pak will have a chance later this year to make a fresh move. That cannot entail walking the same old road.
India has smart approach in Indo-Pacific amid US efforts to contain China: Sergey Lavrov
Pulling up the US over its strategic concept of the Indo-Pacific, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said it was initiated to disrupt the existing structure and contain China but added that friend India has adopted a smart strategy on this.
India, Uzbekistan explore PTA to push bilateral trade and business with Central Asia
Jaishankar and Kamilov evaluated the initiative of the India-Central Asia Dialogue at the level of Foreign Ministers with the participation of Afghanistan which was held in Samarkand, Uzbekistan in January 2019. The next Dialogue will be held in India in 2020. Kamilov stated that he looks forward to participating in it.
India, Central Asian region have exclusively positive dynamics: Uzbek Foreign Minister
“…New Delhi is associated among the countries of the region not with competition for regional leadership, but as an example of mutually beneficial and respectful cooperation. From of old, India’s role in our region has always been constructive and in-demand one,” Kamilov said in his ministerial address at Raisina Dialogue.
PM Modi acknowledges friends of India at Raisina Dialogue inauguration
Seven former Heads of State/Government shared their views during the inaugural session on important challenges facing the world related to globalisation, 2030 agenda, role of technology in modern world, climate change and counter-terrorism.
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