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India tests third nuclear-capable ballistic missile

India tests third nuclear-capable ballistic missile

First tested in 1999, the Agni-II test-fired on Tuesday, is already part of the armed services retinue of weaponry.

India, Iran boost strategic ties

India, Iran boost strategic ties

The southeastern Iranian port of Chabahar is pivotal to India’s efforts to open up a route to landlocked Afghanistan.

Modi: India committed to protecting the environment

Modi: India committed to protecting the environment

Modi urged leading countries to fulfill their commitments to a unified way to deal with climate change.

Rapid urbanization a challenge for BRICS countries

Rapid urbanization a challenge for BRICS countries

The World Bank says that by 2050, 70 per cent of the global population will be living in cities.

Modi a counterweight to Trump’s protectionism

Modi a counterweight to Trump’s protectionism

Modi is the first Indian PM to deliver the keynote speech and the first to attend Davos in 20 years.

Russia hosts Eurasian SCO meeting

Russia hosts Eurasian SCO meeting

Sushma Swaraj is representing India, which attends the Sochi SCO meeting as full member for the first time.

India marks Mumbai attack anniversary

India marks Mumbai attack anniversary

More than 170 people, including 18 police officers, were killed when Pakistani terrorists infiltrated the city.

Bangladesh-India anti-terror drills begin

Bangladesh-India anti-terror drills begin

The drills, titled "Exercise Sampriti", will be held in the northeastern border states of Meghalaya and Mizoram until Nov. 18.

India moves up to 100th spot in World Bank’s ease of doing business list

India moves up to 100th spot in World Bank’s ease of doing business list

Starting a business in India is now faster, says the World Bank.

Italian PM to meet Modi, Indian execs

Italian PM to meet Modi, Indian execs

A delegation of 15 Italian CEOs will explore trade and investment opportunities with their Indian counterparts.