China’s aggression in 1962, leading to war, is only notionally over; it continues by other means, most notably repeated incursions across the Line of Actual Control
Standing up for Hong Kong is in India's interest — both economically and diplomatically
Nepal has been a loyal friend for decades, and Indian diplomacy needs to use tact rather than the overly big boss approach
China's commercial leverages no doubt have an enormous lure of fancy aid, trade and investments, yet these can never replace India's place in Nepalese lives
The dispute over the Lipulekh Pass may quite possibly turn into a permanent lever that Nepal’s governance deficit politicians and their allies in China and Pakistan can turn against India at will
The current Kalapani border dispute is only incidental in a greater design to destabilise New Delhi's ties with its neighbours
Nepalese Prime Minister KP Oli has upped the ante by being undiplomatic at a time when diplomacy should have been the channel between Nepal and India. New Delhi, too, has not managed the episode well
The foreign secretary told the panel that India has clearly outlined its position on the border and Chinese have their own position, but they are misinterpreting it so India was trying to clarify it.
Liu Zhenmin, China's Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, also said that the issue needs to be deliberated on among among relevant parties.
Responding to a point raised by leader of the opposition Aitzaz Ahsan, Aziz said no secret meeting was held between the prime ministers of India and Pakistan at Kathmandu in 2014.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will "certainly" visit Pakistan next year to attend the SAARC Summit, Pakistan Premier's Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz has said.