June 13, 2024 07:41 (IST)
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PM Modi speaks to UK PM Rishi Sunak, calls for strong action against anti-India elements in London

New Delhi/UNI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday spoke on the phone with his UK counterpart Rishi Sunak during which he raised the issue of the vandalization of the Indian High Commission in London by pro-Khalistani supporters and called for strong action by the UK government against anti-India elements.

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.

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.

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.