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27/10/2020Política India Today - India Política Internacional
Trailing in every national poll, with little time to recover, the Trump campaign is looking for a series of photo ops that cash in on the general anti-China sentiment among the US electorate.
17/09/2019Política India Today - India Política Internacional
US President Donald Trump's decision to join Prime Minster Narendra Modi for the mega diaspora event "Howdy, Mody!" suggests that Trump considers Modi to be his friend and ally, a former top Pakistani diplomat said.
26/08/2019Política India Today - India Política Internacional Prabhash K Dutta
Donald Trump has offered to mediate between India and Pakistan on the issue of Kashmir at least on three occasions in the past one month. And, all these occasions, the official position of the US government was that it favours a bilateral settlement of the dispute between India and Pakistan.
09/08/2019Política India Today - India Política Internacional Prabhash K Dutta
In 1947, 65 per cent area of Jammu and Kashmir was under India's control. Today, only 45 per cent of princely state area is under its control.
07/08/2019Política India Today - India Relaciones Bilaterales
Pakistan has now announced that it will be downgrading diplomatic relations with India. It has also said it will be suspending bilateral trade.
02/08/2019Política India Today - India Política Internacional
Told Pompeo Kashmir a bilateral matter, talks only with Pakistan: Jaishankar on Trump's mediation offer
Minister of External Affairs S Jaishankar said that any discussion on Kashmir will take place bilaterally and only with Pakistan. It comes after Trump broached the topic of mediating between India and Pakistan for a second time over the Kashmir issue.
26/06/2019Política India Today - India Política Internacional
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who his on his three-day visit to India, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Wednesday.
19/02/2019Sr. Canciller India Today - India Relaciones Bilaterales
If India has to compete with China in Latin America, then it has to be "absolutely active" in the region, Argentine Foreign Affairs Minister Jorge Faurie said.