NEW DELHI(PAN): Indian President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday said his country was prepared to increase bilateral contribution to institution-building, training and equipment to the extent India could for Afghanistan.
NEW DELHI (PAN): Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang on Monday discussed Afghanistan and agreed that the reconstruction and efforts for security and stability in the war-ravaged country should be Afghan-led.
ALMATY (PAN): India's External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Friday said the solution to Afghanistan's problems cannot be purely military but has to be rooted in a political approach that enjoys a democratic sanction.
NEW DELHI (PAN) The Indian government and main opposition parties expressed deep reservations about old remarks of the US new defense secretary that the country "financed problems" in Afghanistan for Pakistan.
NEW DELHI (PAN) Afghanistan, India and the US and on Tuesday discussed the political situation, security, trade and investment in the war-ravaged country, in addition to other issues of common interest.
TOKYO (PAN): India on Sunday said despite all assistance to Afghanistan to make it self-reliant, the terror infrastructure nourished by groups beyond its border continued to threaten the country and impede its progress toward self-reliance.