December 02, 2022 18:50 (IST)
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Delhi Police arrests 'honey-trapped' MEA driver for espionage

New Delhi/IBNS: The Delhi Police Friday arrested a driver working with the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) for allegedly spying and passing on confidential information to a person in Pakistan, media reports said.

Narendra Modi to visit Indonesia today to attend 17th G20 Summit

New Delhi: Indian PM Narendra Modi will visit Bali on Monday to attend the 17th G20 Summit.

S Jaishankar visiting Russia, scheduled to meet top leaders

Moscow: India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar is currently visiting Russia and he is expected to meet top leaders of the country including Deputy Prime Minister Denis Manturov.

Iran: India condemns Shiraz terror attack which claimed 15 lives

New Delhi: India on Saturday condemned the terror attack at the Shah Cheragh mausoleum in the Iranian city of Shiraz which left 15 people dead.

New Delhi issues advisory to students to be cautious about hate crimes against Indians in Canada

New Delhi: India on Friday issued an advisory to Indian students in Canada to exercise due caution and remain vigilant in view of the increasing incidences of hate crimes, sectarian violence and anti-India activities in the country.

China's defence to JeM's Rauf Asghar most uncalled for: India

New Delhi: India on Friday said the technical hold placed by China on the listing proposal for Jaish e Mohammed Deputy Chief Abdul Rauf Asghar was the "most uncalled for" and the international community has been unable to speak in one common voice against terrorism.

National Commission for Minorities raises concerns over killings of Sikhs in Pakistan

New Delhi: Chairman of National Commission for Minorities , Iqbal Singh Lalpura, raised concerns over the killings of Sikhs in Pakistan and urged the Ministry of External Affairs to take up the matter with the Pakistan government.

Not sending troops to crisis-hit Sri Lanka, says India rejecting speculations

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.

We are fully supportive of Sri Lanka's democracy, stability, economic recovery: MEA

New Delhi: Amid the political turbulence in southern neighbour Sri Lanka, India on Tuesday said that it is “fully supportive of its democracy, stability and economic recovery” and that New Delhi “will always be guided by the best interests of the people of Sri Lanka expressed through democratic processes”.

S Jaishankar to visit Bangladesh,Bhutan

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister (EAM) S. Jaishankar will pay an official visit to Bangladesh and Bhutan on Apr 28-30.

Seven Indian sailors released from Houthi detention: MEA

New Delhi: Government of India on Monday said seven Indian sailors, who were on the ship Rwabee and under the detention of the Houthis in Yemen since Jan 2, have been released.

India strongly condemns terrorist attacks in Israel

New Delhi/UNI: India on Wednesday strongly condemned the terrorist attacks in Israel and conveyed condolences to the families of the victims.

15-20 more stranded Indians want to leave war-hit Ukraine: MEA

New Delhi/UNI: The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday said 15-20 more Indians, who are stranded in Ukraine, want to leave the war-torn country.

No report of students taken hostage in war-hit Ukraine: MEA

New Delhi/UNI: The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday said they have no reports of Indians being held hostage in Ukraine after allegations by Russia that a group was being forced to stay in Kharkiv.

Russia-Ukraine war: One Indian student killed in Kharkiv, MEA confirms

One Indian student has been killed in an intense shelling in Kharkiv amid the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) confirmed on Tuesday afternoon.