India needs to engage with Myanmar: Former army chief Gen M. M. Naravane
New Delhi/UNI: India must engage with Myanmar irrespective of who is in power in that country said former Chief of the Army Staff Gen. M. M. Naravane. The engagement must be multi pronged- with the government, people and the regional armed groups as well, he stressed.
India asks Nepali authorities not to allow Khalistani supporter Amritpal Singh to escape to third country
The Nepalese Department of Immigration has alerted offices, particularly those at airports, to prevent Punjabi radical preacher and Khalistani supporter Amritpal Singh from fleeing India to a third country using Nepali territory either on his own passport or a fake passport.
Mahatma Gandhi statue vandalised in Canada, India condemns
New Delhi: India on Tuesday condemned the vandalisation of Mahatma Gandhi's statue at the Burnaby campus of Simon Fraser University in Canada`s British Columbia province.
'Beijing has equal say in resolving dispute': Bhutan takes u-turn on Doklam issue
In an apparent change of stand on the Doklam issue, Bhutan's Prime Minister Lotay Tshering has said Beijing’s involvement carries equal weight in finding a solution to the dispute over the high-altitude plateau.
Sri Lanka to request $1 billion in credit from India to purchase crucial goods
Colombo/IBNS: Sri Lanka plans to request a new short-term credit facility worth USD 1 billion from India in order to buy essential commodities such as food and medicine, according to official media reports on Monday.
Protest by Khalistani supporters: India summons Canadian envoy
New Delhi: The High Commissioner of Canada was summoned on Saturday to convey India's strong concern about the actions of 'separatist and extremist elements' against Indian diplomatic Mission and Consulates in Canada this week.
India summons Canadian High Commissioner to lodge strong protest over pro-Khalistani activities in Canada
New Delhi/IBNS/UNI: India summoned the Canadian High Commissioner on Saturday to convey its strong protest regarding the actions of pro-Khalistani separatists and extremist elements against the Indian High Commission and Consulates in Canada over the week.
India will not accept differential security standards for its embassies: S Jaishankar
New Delhi/UNI: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said that India will not accept differential standards of security for its embassies and high commissions abroad and that the UK government failed to meet its obligation to provide security for the Indian High Commission, following the vandalization by pro-Khalistani supporters in London.
US condemns attack on Indian Consulate in San Francisco by Khalistani elements
Washington: US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has condemned the recent attack of alleged Khalistani elements on the Indian Consulate in San Francisco.
London Tricolor incident: India removes security barricades outside British diplomatic establishments in Delhi
New Delhi: The security deployment outside British High Commission’s office and the UK envoy’s residence in New Delhi has been downgraded, apparent from the removal of multiple barricades placed earlier, media reports said.
Heavy security keeps Khalistani protesters away from Indian High Commission in London after Sunday's breach
London/IBNS: Heavy security arrangements kept Pro-Khalistan protesters behind barricades outside the Indian High Commission in London on Wednesday evening following the unprecedented vandalism of Sunday, when the Indian flag was pulled down and the windows of the building were broken.
Radical Islamist preacher Zakir Naik to be deported from Oman, India in touch with authorities: Reports
New Delhi/IBNS: Radical Islamist preacher Zakir Naik, wanted in India for inciting communal violence through his hate speeches, is likely to be deported from Oman, media reports said.
India, Maldives participate in fourth Defence Cooperation Dialogue in Male
New Delhi: India and the Maldives conducted the 4th Defence Cooperation Dialogue (DCD) in Male on Mar 19, officials said on Sunday.
India conveys strong protest to US on vandalisation of property of Indian Consulate General in San Francisco by Khalistani supporters
New Delhi: India on Monday conveyed its strong protest to the US Charge d’Affaires in New Delhi over the vandalization of the property of the Indian Consulate General in San Francisco by suspected Khalistani supporters.
Modi says talks held on defence, security, trade, supply chains with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida
New Delhi/UNI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that during his talks with his visiting Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida, the two sides exchanged views on defence and security, technology, trade, health and digital cooperation as well as on stable and reliable supply chains of semiconductors and other critical technology.