Khurshid believes the two neighbouring countries, despite their differences, have a lot in common and should 'align their positions in many areas'.
India has already conveyed its concern over the Chinese proposal to construct three more dams across the Brahmaputra.
Akbaruddin said the Prime Minister will host a banquet for the Chinese Premier at the Hyderabad House on May 20.
In the recent times, the historic visit of King Abdullah to India in 2006 resulted in signing of 'Delhi Declaration' imparting a fresh momentum to the bilateral relationship. The visit provided the framework for cooperation in all fields of mutual interest.
A majority of the speakers at a conference termed illiteracy as the main reason for the status of the Muslim community in India.
During his talks with Khurshid, Wang Yi stressed that China and India are natural strategic partners, Hong said.
On being asked about recent remarks made by Modi about the Centre's foreign policy, Khurshid criticised Modi, during an event here today.
Party spokesperson Prakash Javadekar also said the foreign policy of UPA is "flawed" and is "harming" the country.
Meanwhile, Bansal, whose nephew Vijay Singla was caught while accepting a Rs.90 lakh bribe for organising a cash-for-jobs transfer of a senior railway board official Mahesh Kumar, insisted that he had done no wrong.