On March 7, 2021, India and Germany marked the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. The two countries are commemorating the anniversary with a number of events that …Read More
In an important step that will deepen strategic connect between India and the twenty seven EU-member states, the two sides signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement ahead of their first …Read More
Diplomacy and real-politick will blend with culture and business during Vice-President Hamid Ansari’s visit to Poland and Armenia this week that is expected to re-energise India’s relations with these two emerging economies in Central Europe and the Eurasian region.
In India, public attention has largely focused on the country’s relations with countries in Western Europe, but not many know about the unfolding story about New Delhi’s deepening connect with Central and Eastern Europe, a region that is suffused with love for Indian culture, philosophy and ethos.
“These are two important countries with whom we have excellent relations. I think any relationship no matter how strong or deep the economic, cultural, political, scientific and other areas of cooperation might be can only be sustained through high level visits,” said Preeti Saran, Secretary (East) in India’s external affairs ministry ahead of the visit.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s disastrous decision to hold a referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union (EU) and the manner he went about it reminds one of young …Read More
On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom (UK) will hold a referendum on a straightforward and decisive question: “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union (EU), …Read More
With a focus on climate change after the historical agreement in Paris, India and EU have agreed to work together towards bolstering sustainable development and enhance cooperation on environmental issues.Read More
India and the 28-nation European Union have resolved to step up their counter-terror cooperation, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi underlining solidarity with Belgium in the wake of the recent terror attacks, and making it clear that India will never bow to terrorism.Read More
Diplomacy, Democracy, Development, Diamonds and Diaspora – these five Ds will coalesce with business and technology to mint afresh a new vocabulary of India’s multi-faceted engagement with Belgium and the 28-nation European Union during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first visit to Brussels.Read More