MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
MHA denies government bought Pegasus
Ministry’s reply to RTI query implies that it has not bought the Israeli sypware Pegasus.
Whatsapp sues Israeli tech firm for spying on Indian journalists, activists
WhatsApp on Tuesday sued Israeli technology firm NSO Group, accus...
Questions raised over qualifying exam for independent directors
Bemused by Centre's latest decision to hold a qualifying exam for independent...
Arvind Kejriwal yet to receive political clearance for C40 Copenhagen summit
The summit, at which Kejriwal is slated to speak on his government's work towards lowering pollution, including the car rationing scheme, will take place between October 9 and 12.
Amazon’s 3 Indian units get Rs 4,472 crore ammo from parent
The investment comes after Amazon reported an 8% drop in revenue from its main Indian marketplace unit in FY19, which was likely due to the effect of the government’s revised foreign investment guidelines which came into effect in February.
View: Why Pragya Singh Thakur’s ‘Elevation’ isn’t really a shocker
The Parliamentary Consultative Committee of the Ministry of Defence, which Singh Thakur now finds herself a member of, is a statutory body. And that alone gives it its importance.
MCA seeks details from Infosys on whistleblower complaint
The SEC has initiated a probe against the company following the complaint that has alleged 'unethical practices' by the top management of Infosys, listed in India and the US.
Pragya Thakur nominated to key committee on defence
According to the government notification dated October 21, the 21-member parliamentary consultative committee is headed by Union defence minister Rajnath Singh. Pragya Singh Thakur, who defeated Congress heavyweight Digvijaya Singh in the Lok Sabha elections earlier this year, also featured in the committee.
Reorganisation of J&K internal affair: India slams China over Kashmir statement
"We do not expect other countries, including China, to comment on the matters which are internal to India, just as India refrains from commenting on internal issues of other countries," Raveesh Kumar said. Asserting that the UT of J&K and Ladakh are integral part of India, he said India expects other countries to respect its sovereignty and territorial integrity.
No CM’s post, but BJP may offer key ministries to placate Sena
Redrawing priorities with five days left before a new government must be sworn in. Along with revenue, BJP could part with finance ministry. The party, however, is firm on keeping home and urban development portfolios. “Along with revenue, we could part with finance, though it’s not final yet,” said a BJP leader, who did not wish to be identified.
DIPAM asks economic affairs division to let it oversee PSU dividends
Currently, the dividend policy and its collection is handled by the economic affairs divison.
Pakistan not a normal country: MEA over airspace denial for PM
In response to a query on the recent denial of overflight clearance, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Vijay Gokhale said: "It's an ...
India-China trains Afghan diplomats as part of 3rd country joint projects
The inauguration of the training programme was held at FSI. Ambassador J.S. Mukul, Dean (FSI) welcoming the participants mentioned that 179 Afghan diplomats have undergone training at FSI, which is the largest number of diplomats from any country.
What S Jaishankar brings to ministry of external affairs table
As our former man in Washington, Jaishankar can also help steady relations with the US.
Incident between Indian, Chinese militaries was 'not skirmish but face-off': Jaishankar
The face-off had ended following delegation-level talks between the two sides.
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