MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
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.
View: Why Pragya Singh Thakur’s ‘Elevation’ isn’t really a shocker
The Parliamentary Consultative Committee of the Ministry of Defence, which...
As external affairs minister, Swaraj enhanced India's reputation: Amit Shah
"Her untimely demise is not a big loss for the BJP alone, but als...
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.
Sushma Swaraj, former External Affairs Minister, passes away at age 67
Former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj passed away in Delhi following a cardiac arrest. She was admitted to AIIMS earlier today. She...
Former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj passes away
The 67-year-old LS leader passed away in Delhi following a cardiac arrest. She had been admitted to AIIMS.
MCA amends rules to allow Companies to comply with KYC norms
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has amended what is called the Rule 25A, to allow companies to make a filing about their directors and become compliant. The decision came in as a relief for companies that were marked ACTIVE non-compliant.
India won't join BRI, its concept won't apply to us: Jaishankar
Last month, Jaishankar had said there would be no rethinking on India's position on the BRI.
EAM Jaishankar at World Economic Forum: 'World runs by capabilities, not by entitlements'
‘World runs by capabilities and not by entitlements’, says EAM Dr S Jaishankar at the World Economic Forum. Listen in.EAM Jaishankar at Worl...
African nations seek wider defence and counter-terror ties with India
The defence ties are being revived as India seeks to emerge as a net security provider in Africa amid common challenges from terrorism and piracy.
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.
British looted $45 trillion from India in today’s value: Jaishankar
Jaishankar also called for managing Indo-US divergences over India’s approaches to Iran and Russia.
India would be a south western power, says S Jaishankar
This bounding can be seen in India's development assistant commitments and disaster relief responses, he said.
Army asks defence ministry to retain homosexuality, adultery as punishable offences
The army believes that allowing homosexuality and adultery will break the fabric that binds it together and effect its teamwork spirit, which will damage the outcome of its combat related tasks. Officials explained this is especially crucial for cases such as the wife of a soldier posted in a remote area, having an affair with his co-soldier.
India on diplomatic drive to win over 13 European states of UNHRC
European countries seen as make-or-break bloc to defeat Pakistan resolution on Kashmir issue.
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