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S Jaishankar meets US NSA Sullivan in Washington DC, discusses progress in bilateral relationship

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday held a meeting with US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan

Quad meeting cancellation: PM Modi to still visit Australia because there is a ‘Little India’ and a bilateral program waiting. Read

A group of Indian businesses at Harris Park in Sydney are awaiting PM Modi’s arrival to formalise their area’s name to ‘Little India’.

Terrorism, Pakistan, COVID, Afghanistan and more: Here’s all that PM Modi and US VP Kamala Harris discussed in the bilateral meet

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had the first bilateral talk with US Vice President Kamala Harris on September 23, the first day of his three-day tour.

Ahead of UNGA, EAM Dr Jaishankar meets his counterparts from UK, Australia, South Korea etc, regional concerns discussed

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to leave for the United States on Wednesday and will be addressing the UNGA debate on September 25.

India reiterates Kashmir is a bilateral issue, to ignore Trump’s comment to Imran Khan

US President Trump has on several occasions stated that he is willing to mediate between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue. India has maintained its stand that any talks with Pakistan will only be bilateral.

China snubs Pakistan’s rhetoric on Kashmir, urges both countries to resolve issue bilaterally

To make it worse for Pakistan, the Chinese Foreign Ministry made these comments in presence of visiting Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa.

US President Donald Trump calls PM Modi ‘Father of India’, says Modi will “take care” of radical Islamic terrorism

United States President Donald Trump last night called Prime Minister Modi 'Father of India' and said that he will take care of radical Islamic terrorism.

US President Donald Trump deletes tweet where he ‘hoped’ India and Pakistan will resolve the Kashmir issue ‘quickly’

United State of America President Donald Trump quoting a news agency ANI tweet had said that he 'hoped' that India and Pakistan will resolve the Kashmir issue 'quickly'.

We respect India’s stand on Article 370, hoping for peace and stability in Kashmir: Australian envoy Harinder Sidhu

Auntsarlia's envoy to India asserts supports India's stand that decisions regarding Kashmir are an internal matter.

France firmly in India’s corner: Kashmir a bilateral issue, strong statements on terrorism

The French President also added that the first Rafale aircraft will reach India next month.

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