Prime minister Manmohan Singh has admitted to an element of competition between India and China at multilateral forums such as BRICS, but said the opportunity to cooperate and collaborate far
Prime minister Manmohan Singh sought to allay fears of China running the Brahmaputra river dry with the dams it is building in Tibet, though he said he had failed to get China’s commitment to allow India on-the-spot assessment of what it is exactly up to in the river basin.
Prime minister Manmohan Singh acknowledged on Thursday that possibilities exist of Mulayam Singh Yadav withdrawing support to the UPA government later this year, while, in the same breath, he expressed “confidence” that his government would complete full five years and the election to the next Lok Sabha would take place on schedule.
Prime minister Manmohan Singh occupied the moral high ground at the BRICS summit here on Wednesday, coaxing members to rise above partisan interests and work towards a common agenda for
China completely overshadowed the BRICS conclave here in Durban with a five-year $5 billion loan offer to the South African railways to help transport huge quantities of minerals and other
Finance minister P Chidambaram said here on Wednesday that India’s big idea to push through a development bank for BRICS member states was now a reality with summit leaders accepting
Business leaders of the five emerging economies gathered here for the BRICS summit, are working to setting up a BRICS Business Council with five representatives from each of the five
Finance ministers of BRICS member countries on Tuesday resolved to set up the much-touted BRICS Bank, though it is still believed that the proposed bank will take years to set
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