A new analysis of satellite imagery argues that China has built a tunnel that might be used to siphon off some of the river’s water, but the claim is likely to be contested, in both India and China.
The UN has re-elected Indian judge Dalveer Bhandari to the International Court of Justice, edging out the UK’s nominee.
Russia’s envoy to Delhi says he hopes India and China can come to an understanding on the Belt and Road Initiative. But there’s little sign of an outreach from China.
The successful missile test has restored credibility to the Nirbhay programme, which the government had previously considered scrapping.
The idea of a 'quad' between India, the US, Japan, and Australia is gaining traction once again. But there are obstacles ahead.
The ongoing visit of the Bhutanese royal family to India, the first since the Doklam standoff ended, is rich with significance.
The shipment is largely symbolic, but signals India’s determination to build an alternate corridor to landlocked Afghanistan.
Besides strengthening the prospects for joint operations, the three-day exercise might hold another attraction for the Indian Navy.