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Second Quad: Foreign ministers of the US, Israel, UAE and India held a virtual joint meeting.

Indian External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar completed his tour of Israel and the UAE. The visit was considered crucial as it was the first high-level engagement between the two countries since new Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office. The tour, considering its outcomes, has turned out to be successful and brought before the world new geopolitical alignments. Free Trade Agreement India and Israel have agreed to resume talks

India-Australia hold first '2+2 Dialogue'

‘2+2 Dialogue’ or the joint bilateral meetings with the defence and foreign ministers of a highly close ally country has become a signature of Indian diplomacy. Today, India holds these dialogues only with the United States, Japan, Russia, and the recent entrant to it is Australia. First India-Australia 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue The first India-Australia 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue was held a couple of days back in New Delhi. Indian Defence Minister

India resists chinese bullying economically and strategically

India-ASEAN Foreign Ministers meet was held on Wednesday. Both India and the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) face the threat of China and are taking steps to resist Beijing. Consequently, this meet held high diplomatic importance. India-ASEAN At the meeting, the Indian External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar called on ASEAN member nations to speed up regional connectivity projects. He specifically mentioned the ‘India–Myanmar–Thailand Trilateral Highway’ and the $484

External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar meeting with Foreign Minister of Tajikistan Sirojiddin Muhriddin

Shanghai Cooperation Organization Foreign Ministers Council was recently held in Tajikistan. It was an opportunity for the Indian External Affairs Minister to network with foreign ministers of several Central Asian countries, many of whom border Afghanistan. One of the crucial meetings held was between the foreign ministers of India and Tajikistan. India is a natural ally of Tajikistan. They both share common interests and concerns, and it reflected in the

S Jaishankar meets Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov

Taliban has recently claimed that it now controls over 80% of the territory in Afghanistan. It has not only rattled the Afghan government but raised concerns across Asia. Worried at these reports, Russia has said that it is prepared to activate its military base in Tajikistan against the advancing Taliban. Meanwhile, the Indian External Affairs Minister, Dr. S. Jaishankar, is on a strategically crucial visit to Russia. In Moscow, while

Indian Navy expands to global Blue Water Navy force

Recently, navies of India and Greece held joint naval exercises near Crete islands in the Mediterranean Sea. The Mediterranean is turning into a hotly contested region after Turkey has laid its illegal claims to it. The apparent reason for Turkish claims is the rich energy deposits that this water body has. Thus, organising such an exercise when Turkey is openly and tacitly helping Pakistan against India sends a strong signal

Is the Jammu drone attack the next step in Pakistani terror strategy aided by Turkey?

The Indian Air Force base at Jammu Airport came under a drones attack on Sunday, injuring two IAF personnel. However, considering the available inputs, intelligence agencies doubt the two terror drones came from Pakistan. In addition to it, the Jammu Police arrested a Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist with a 5 kg IED on the same day and foiled another terror attack. Although the two attack drones led to low-intensity blasts at the