France is particularly furious with the US for secretly leading talks about the new strategic alliance, Aukus.
India’s FM urges UK to amend rule requiring Indians visiting there to quarantine even if they are fully vaccinated.
At least 29 refugees tried to take their own lives last month to protest their detention at a camp in Tamil Nadu state.
Banks have raked in record fees, all the more significant in what has been a harrowing year as the virus ravaged India.
High court asks state government if it has plans to build detention centre and a mechanism to report ‘illegal migrants’.
Nearly three tonnes of heroin from Afghanistan seized and two people arrested in one of India’s biggest such hauls.
Handful of ministries, including finance ministry, have raised concerns on the proposed rules calling them ‘excessive’.
Health minister says government will prioritise the global vaccine-sharing platform and India’s neighbouring countries.
Al Jazeera visits Singhu outside New Delhi to meet the farmers who refuse to call off their nearly 10-month-old protest.
US has been frustrated since India’s central bank banned new card issuance on back of breaking data-storage rules.
Foreign ministers of two countries agree during call to deepen strategic partnership, discuss Indo-Pacific developments.
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India’s FM says relations will only develop when both countries pull their troops back from disputed Himalayan border.
Tata Group, which owned Air India before airline was nationalised, also has investments in AirAsia India and Vistara.