October 03, 2023 15:43 (IST)
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Leave Niger as soon as possible: Government issues advisory to Indian citizens 

The Centre on Friday issued an advisory and asked Indian nationals to leave conflict-hit Niger 'as soon as possible'.

Sikh New York State Trooper barred from growing beard, Indian Embassy responds

New York/IBNS: The Indian Embassy has come out with a response after a Sikh New York State Trooper was barred from growing a beard, media reports said.

National Press Club condemns attack on Indian journo covering Khalistani protest in Washington DC

Washington/IBNS: The National Press Club, the world's leading professional organization for journalists, Tuesday condemned the attack on Indian journalist Lalit K. Jha of the Press Trust of India, as he was covering a protest by Khalistani forces at the Indian Embassy in Washington DC last week.

US: Diaspora members assemble outside Indian consulate in San Francisco to show solidarity

San Francisco: A large number of Indian diaspora members assembled outside the Indian consulate in San Francisco city of the US on Saturday and showed solidarity after the mission was recently targeted by extremist and separatist elements.

Indian Embassy in Kathmandu mourns death of Nepali historian Satyamohan Joshi

Kathmandu: The Indian Embassy in Kathmandu mourned the death of  Nepali historian Satyamohan Joshi.

Indian Army rescues Hungarian national who lost his way amid trekking in Himalayas

Budapest: The Indian Embassy in Budapest has thanked the Indian Army for rescuing a Hungarian national who lost his way amid trekking in the Himalayas.

India congratulates Bangladesh on successful inauguration of Padma Bridge

Dhaka: On the inauguration of Padma Bridge by Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, the government and people of India conveyed greetings and felicitations to the Government and people of Bangladesh on the successful completion of this landmark project.

All Indian students stranded in Sumy moved out, says MEA

New Delhi/Kyiv/UNI: All Indian students stranded in Sumy were on Tuesday moved out of the eastern Ukrainian city and are en-route to the central city of Poltava, the MEA said. 

India in talks with Red Cross for bringing out students from Sumy

Kyiv/New Delhi/UNI: The Indian Embassy in Ukraine said they have evacuated the vast majority of Indian students from Kharkiv city and are exploring all possible ways to evacuate Indians from Sumy, for which they are holding talks with all parties, including the Red Cross.

Indian embassy in Ukraine advises all stranded nationals to leave Kyiv 'urgently' today

New Delhi/IBNS: The Indian embassy in Ukraine has issued a fresh advisory asking all its nationals including the students stuck in the war-torn country to leave Kyiv immediately.

Indian Embassy in Kyiv advises Indians not to exhibit aggressive behaviour at railway stations

Kyiv/New Delhi: With weekend curfew lifted in Ukraine, the Indian embassy in Kyiv on Monday asked students to move to the western part of the country, and also advised students to remain composed and “especially not to exhibit aggressive behavior while at the railway stations”.

Indian Embassy in Kyiv urges citizens not to move to border posts without prior notice

Kyiv/New Delhi/UNI: In a fresh advisory, the Indian Embassy in Ukraine on Saturday urged Indian nationals, especially students, not to move to the border posts for evacuation without prior coordination with MEA officials.

Indian embassy in Ukraine asks nationals to leave temporarily amid escalation of tension

Kyiv: The Indian Embassy here on Sunday issued a fresh advisory where it urged Indians  whose stay is not essential and all Indian students to leave temporarily by commercial flights and charter flights.

Don't panic, more flights being planned: India tells citizens in Ukraine amid rising tension

New Delhi/IBNS: India has asked its citizens in Ukraine to not panic over reports of people not getting flight tickets amid rising tensions between the former Soviet state and its neighbour Russia.

Amid escalating tensions, Indian embassy asks its students to leave Ukraine temporarily

Kyiv/New Delhi/UNI: Amid fresh military buildup on Ukraine's borders sparking fears of a conflict, the Indian Embassy in Kyiv on Tuesday asked its nationals, especially students, to consider leaving the country temporarily, citing the “uncertainties of the current situation”.