Enhanced South-South cooperation among developing countries fueled by the rapid economic growth of some in their ranks should not be used as an excuse by developed countries of the North to cut back aid, India has said.
The series of business regulation reforms carried out in India to promote investments and enterprise have received recognition from the World Bank, vaulting 53 positions in its Ease of Doing Business ranking over the last two years.
After weeks of speculation, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday stepped forward with a $6 billion bailout package for Pakistan’s ailing economy. The package includes $3bn balance of payments support and another $3bn in deferred payments on oil imports.
Afghanistan, which is working to reform its education system, will adopt the Happiness Curriculum devised by the Delhi state government with the focus on holistic education -- to bring peace to the mind of children.
UN Security Council undermining General Assembly's authority: India
While criticising the UN Security Council for “undermining” the authority of the General Assembly, India has said that the 193-member body has to assume some of the blame because of its focus on procedures rather than substantive matters.
China's protection of terrorist Masood Azhar ensures peace for its CPEC
China has a clear strategic vision and its intent and policy are in complete sync with its global interests. It is clear that China is using its diplomatic lever to act against India's interests, as Pakistan has requested, in pursuance of their joint strategic objectives, writes Brig Anil Gupta (retd.) for South Asia Monitor