Govt's foreign policy — how to lose friends, influence nobody: Rahul's dig at Centre
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday took a dig at the Centre over Bhutan and China signing a pact on border talks, saying the government's foreign policy is about how to lose friends and influence nobody. India on Thursday reacted cautiously to Bhutan and China signing the agreement.
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