September 27, 2021 03:26 (IST)
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Team India making new records everyday in fight against COVID: PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat | Cyclone Gulab to make landfall in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha today, states on high alert | PM Modi to bring home 157 artefacts, antiquities from US | Confident that our Quad participation will establish peace globally: PM Modi at summit's opening remarks | Bhabanipur bypoll case: Calcutta HC questions EC for expediting particularly one byelection, reserves order

PM Modi to bring home 157 artefacts, antiquities from US

New Delhi/IBNS: Around 157 artefacts and antiquities were handed over by the United States during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit.

Confident that our Quad participation will establish peace globally: PM Modi at summit's opening remarks

Washington/IBNS: Heads of four nations-India, the United States, Australia and Japan-met for the first in-person summit of Quad grouping on Friday in Washington DC, where they discussed the key challenges faced by the world presently, including the COVID-19 pandemic.

Trade will be an important factor in India-US ties: PM Modi tells Joe Biden at White House meeting

Washington/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met United States President Joe Biden for bilateral talks on Friday where he said trade will be an important factor in India-US ties.

Galwan episode took place due to China's provocative behaviour, unilateral attempts to alter status quo: India

New Delhi/UNI: India on Friday rejected China’s attempts to put the blame for the Galwan Valley incident of last year on New Delhi, and said that the deadly skirmish had occurred due to the “provocative behaviour and unilateral attempts” of the Chinese side to alter status quo in the border area.

PM Modi holds bilateral talks with Australian counterpart Scott Morrison in Washington

Washington/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is in the United States on a four-day visit, on Thursday held bilateral talks with his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison in Washington.

PM Modi meets American CEOs to boost investments in India

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met the US's business community to boost investment in India.

Australia, India vow to work together for Indo-Pacific security ahead of QUAD leaders' meet

New York/UNI: Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne said she met with External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly and both affirmed their shared focus on Indo-Pacific security and prosperity ahead of the Quad Leaders’ Meeting.

Won't let BJP turn India into Taliban state: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee in Bhabanipur

Kolkata/IBNS: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Wednesday said she won't let the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to turn India into a Taliban state, in an unsparing attack on the saffron camp while campaigning for her byelection in Bhabanipur constituency.

After India's warning, UK approves Covishield but says no to CoWIN certificate

New Delhi/IBNS: India's warning has prompted the United Kingdom to approve Serum Institute of India (SII)'s anti-COVID-19 vaccine, Covishield, but questions have been raised over the CoWIN certificate, in what could further escalate the bilateral tension.

PM Modi leaves for the US, says will review 'Global Strategic Partnership' with Joe Biden

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be reviewing the "Global Strategic Partnership" between New Delhi and Washington in the next four days as he will be meeting US President Joe Biden physically for the first time since the Democrats came to power in November 2020.

Chinese military steps up night drills, brings more advanced equipments near Indian border

Beijing:  The Chinese military’s Western Theatre Command are conducting night drills for units stationed near the Himalayan border in a bid to familiarise its troops  with new-generation weapons and equipment, media reports said on Tuesday.

India concerned about developments in Afghanistan developments: Foreign Secretary Shringla

New Delhi/UNI: As an immediate neighbour, India is naturally concerned about the recent changes within Afghanistan and their implications for the region, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said on Monday, adding that India is also monitoring the developments related to the humanitarian needs of Afghanistan.

India-Nepal to conduct joint military exercise Surya Kiran

New Delhi: The 15th Edition of Indo - Nepal Joint Military Training, Exercise Surya Kiran between Indian Army and Nepali Army is commencing from Sept 20 at Pithoragarh (UK).

Indian govt hands over school building to Nepal

Kathmandu; The Indian government on Thursday handed over the newly constructed building of a school in LitiKhola of Makwanpur district in Nepal, media reports said.

S Jaishankar meets Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, discusses current situation along LAC

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met State Councillor and Foreign Minister of China Wang Yi on Thursday in Dushanbe, Tajikistan on the sidelines of the 21st SCO Meeting of the Head of States.