New Delhi/IBNS: Responding sharply to the German foreign ministry's comments on fact-checker Mohammed Zubair's arrest, the Indian government Thursday called it "an internal issue" and said it was needless to comment on a case that is before the court.
New Delhi: On the killing of two Sikh traders in Peshawar on Sunday, India said it has registered strong protest with Pakistan on the continued targeting of members of the minority community there and called upon the Pakistani authorities to sincerely investigate the matter and take strict action against those responsible.
Colombo/New Delhi/UNI: India Wednesday "categorically" denied speculative reports in sections of media and social media in Sri Lanka about sending her troops to the island nation, which is engulfed in political turbulence.
New Delhi/UNI: India on Thursday brushed aside the issue of tourist visas for Chinese nationals, saying it was not the proper time to discuss the resumption of visas for Chinese nationals in view of the rising Covid cases in China.
New Delhi/UNI: India on Wednesday strongly condemned the terrorist attacks in Israel and conveyed condolences to the families of the victims.
New Delhi/IBNS: India on Wednesday reiterated that Jammu and Kashmir is an internal matter as it rejected the "uncalled reference" to the same by the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during his speech at a function in Pakistan.
New Delhi/UNI: Saying that Omicron is present in India just because two cases have been detected is wrong, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said on Thursday, adding that India so far has not imposed any travel bans from any specific countries.
New Delhi/UNI: India is in touch with all concerned regarding an Afghan-origin Indian national who was abducted at gunpoint from near his shop in Kabul two days ago, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Thursday.
New Delhi/IBNS: Afghans arriving in India will get a visa for six months and the government "will take it" from there, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said in a statement on Friday.
New Delhi/IBNS: India Thursday expressed concern over the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan where Taliban is taking control of the ground through assaults following the withdrawal of troops by the United States.
New Delhi/UNI: India said on Thursday it is closely monitoring the evolving security situation in Afghanistan and called for an “immediate and comprehensive ceasefire”, amid the escalating violence engulfing the war-torn country.