LOOKEAST REPORT Bypassing the US, the two Koreas have sprung a huge surprise by holding an unscheduled high level summit to resume the peace process in the peninsula. North Korean Leader Kim Jong–Un and South Korean President Moon Jae–in have met on Saturday to follow up on their April 27 summit, and try take forward …
Officials at the Ministry of External Affairs have pulled up their socks to host the leaders of Southeast Asian countries at India’s next Republic Day parade.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reportedly intends to have all 10 heads of state of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) as chief guests when India enters her sixty-ninth year of being a sovereign, democratic republic.
The Ministry has started sending out invitations to the heads of Governments of Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, the Philippines, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar. If the Prime Minister’s wish is realised, it will be the largest such turnout at a Republic Day parade.