TRUMP SCHEDULE IN INDIA
As Trump tightens screws on China, cause for India to worry
While the US and China are duking it out diplomatic brinkmanship, there is concern that India could suffer collateral damage, particularly in the matter of trade and movement of people, although on American official said on Wednesday that Indian students are still welcome in the US.
Trump seeks to add India, Russia to G7 invitation list
US President Donald Trump has postponed the G7 Summit till September and expressed his...
Donald Trump's social media diktat may not shift India’s stand
India has been facing a challenge of misinformation on a large scale and has h...
Trump's move against social media cos unlikely to change India's stand
The Indian government has been in the process of finalising amendments to the IT Intermediary Guidelines, which will require platforms to verify their users in order to discourage anonymous posting and need companies like WhatsApp to trace the origin of unlawful messages on court orders, among a host of measures to pin greater responsibility on companies.
India dismisses claims of Modi speaking to Trump on LAC standoff with China
The clarification came after Trump said in Washington that he spoke to Modi over India's ongoing border row with China in Eastern Ladakh.
We are engaged with China to resolve border row: India on Trump's offer to mediate
"We have informed both India and China that the United States is ready, willing and able to mediate or arbitrate their now raging border dispute," Trump said in a tweet.
India And China open talks; Trump offers to help ease tension
India and China have started using their diplomatic channels to resolve the LAC issue bilaterally. In Delhi, Chinese envoy Sun Weidong said: ‘We should adhere to the basic judgment that China and India are each other's opportunities and pose no threat to each other. We need to enhance strategic mutual trust.’
Donald Trump offers to 'mediate or arbitrate' between India and China
Donald Trump previously offered to mediate between India and Pakistan, a proposal rejected by New Delhi which maintains that there is no role for any third party in bilateral issues.
China rejects Trump's offer to mediate in Sino-India border standoff
In a surprise move, Trump on Wednesday offered to "mediate or arbitrate" the raging border dispute between India and China, saying he was "ready, willing and able" to ease the tensions, amid the continuing standoff between the armies of the two Asian giants.
Volkswagen India head's short spring break turned into 2-month-long WFH schedule from Austria
Steffen Knapp's short spring break to his native Austria has lasted well over two months.
US to donate ventilators to India to fight coronavirus: Donald Trump
The US president has described PM Modi as a "very good friend" and said his country stands with India during the pandemic. India and US are cooperating on vaccine development.
Working with India on COVID-19 vaccine development: Donald Trump
"I just got back a short while ago from India recently and we are working very much with India and we have a tremendous Indian population in the US and many of the people that you are talking about are working on the vaccine too. Great scientist and researchers," Trump said.
PM Modi not in 'good mood' over border row with China: Donald Trump
The situation in eastern Ladakh deteriorated after around 250 Chinese and Indian soldiers were engaged in a violent face-off on the evening of May 5 which spilled over to the next day before the two sides agreed to "disengage" following a meeting at the level of local commanders.
Donald Trump's move to invite India, Russia, Australia, South Korea to attend G-7 summit riles China
Trump has postponed the G7 Summit till September and expressed his desire to expand the "outdated" bloc to G10 or G11, including India and three other nations to the grouping of the world's top economies.
Supreme Court allows Air India to fly for ten days with middle seats filled in scheduled aircraft
"You should be worried about the health of citizens, not about the health of commercial airlines,"the top court told Solicitor General Tushar Mehta who appeared for the Centre during an urgent hearing on Eid holiday through video conferencing to hear the appeals of the Central government and Air India against the Bombay High Court order.
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