US delivers severe blow to China by revoking the invitation to ‘RIMPAC’

US delivers severe blow to China by revoking the invitation to ‘RIMPAC’

Washington: United States has cancelled the invitation given to China to participate in the large-scale war exercises known as the ‘Rim of the Pacific’ (RIMPAC). US Defence Secretary, James Mattis announced this decision accusing China of not having the militarisation of the ‘South China Sea’ ceased  yet. Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, currently on a […]

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Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj meets Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, emphasizes on friendly relations of both nations

Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj meets Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, emphasizes on friendly relations of both nations

Tokyo: Minister of External Affairs of India, Sushma Swaraj while on visit to Tokyo met Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. India and Japan’s kinship is from the heart and thus blessed with potential for growth, Abe told Swaraj in the meeting. Both Swaraj and Abe conveyed their determination towards extensive co-operation for stability and security […]

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India and Japan initiate policy discussions to strengthen bilateral ties

India and Japan initiate policy discussions to strengthen bilateral ties

Tokyo: ‘Both India and Japan are pro-democratic countries. Therefore, both the countries abide by the international laws and respect the sovereignty and regional integrity,’ Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono pronounced the freedom of navigation in the region with this statement. Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj is currently on her Japanese visit and she participated in […]

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Scope for Indo-US naval cooperation widens, an Indian representative to be deployed at US Naval base in Bahrain

Scope for Indo-US naval cooperation widens, an Indian representative to be deployed at US Naval base in Bahrain

New Delhi/Washington: The navies of India and United States share interest, emphasised the US Naval Chief John Richardson. Richardson made this statement during his meeting with the Indian Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba. One more report has been published in the meantime, stating that the cooperation between the Indian and the US navies has become […]

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China restless due to the US Aircraft Carrier USS Carl Vinson’s visit to Vietnam

China restless due to the US Aircraft Carrier USS Carl Vinson’s visit to Vietnam

Beijing: “China being upset with the visit of the US aircraft carrier ‘USS Carl Vinson’ to Vietnam cannot be avoided. China is watching the deployment of the US warship in Vietnam,” criticised ‘Global Times’ the mouthpiece of the Chinese government. This happens to be the second visit by ‘USS Carl Vinson’ to the ‘South China […]

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Vietnamese President praises India’s ‘Act East’ policy

Vietnamese President praises India’s ‘Act East’ policy

New Delhi : Vietnamese President ‘Tran Dai Quang’ emphatically expressed his country’s stand supporting the freedom of navigation from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. At the same time, he wholeheartedly praised the ‘Act East’ policy adopted by the Indian government. The Vietnamese President claimed that co-operation in political, defence and security is the […]

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