In 1961, at the height of the Cold War, India and Yugoslavia worked to create the Non-Aligned Movement, or NAM. It would comprise all the countries that didn’t identify with either of the two power blocs led by the only two superpowers, the US and Russia (then the USSR).
The Cold War is over. Russia is no longer a superpower. But the US still has a rival superpower, China.
The new Cold War is subtler because it is largely economic.
India, meanwhile, is still nominally “non-aligned”. But unlike the old Cold War which did not touch her shores, this time she’s the battleground for American and Chinese internet behemoths.