India-EU summit signals progress but no big results
Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, has described the EU and India as natural partners.

India poised for smartphone revolution
India has nearly as many smartphone users as the U.S. has people, and it's about to get many millions more.

India must rejuvenate its business ties with the EU
The 14th India-EU summit has the potential to facilitate a resumption of dialogue on subjects such as renewable energy, counter-terrorism, urbanisation, education exchanges and joint development projects.

Asia Africa Growth Corridor aims for people-centric growth strategy
Asia Africa Growth Corridor will help in developing institutional mechanisms and models for connecting people, think tanks and businesses.

Indo-Japan-US maritime exercise: A geostrategic analysis

How Japan, India missed a great opportunity to keep China in check
The 12th India-Japan annual bilateral summit — and fourth between Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Shinzo Abe — held in Gandhinagar on September 14, 2017, has marked some further progress in their 'special strategic and global partnership'. The summit showcased PM Modi's unprecedented personal diplomacy and his extraordinary rapport with the Japanese leader.

Trump administration to Congress: Defence cooperation with India important for Indo-US ties
The Trump administration has told US Congress that defence cooperation with India would be an important pillar in the bilateral relationship as it needs the country to be a net security provider in the Indo-Pacific region.

Xiamen BRICS Summit: Triumph for Indian Diplomacy
The 9th BRICS summit was concluded on September 4, 2017 in Xiamen, China. The BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) group was formed in 2006 to deepen cooperation in economic sphere and laud efforts to transform international governance system.

India At 70: An Emerging World Power With Unfinished Business At Home
As India celebrates its 70th year of independence from the British on August 15, the press has been filled with retrospectives asking the usual decennial question: Has India succeeded or has it failed?

Shaping the future of manufacturing in India
India should embrace digital technologies to achieve the target of becoming a global manufacturing hub.