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'No rhetoric can ever cover up blood stains': Jaishankar's jibe at China, Pak-backed terror

United Nations: "No rhetoric, however sanctimonious, can ever cover-up blood stains," External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said Saturday in a strong message against terrorism and asserted that nations who defend proclaimed terrorists in the United Nations neither advance their own interests nor their reputation, a signal to China and Pakistan.

Politics shouldn't be used to facilitate impunity for dreaded terrorists: India tells UNSC

United Nations: India has urged the UN Secuity Council to reflect over the signals it is sending on impunity to some of the world’s most dreaded terrorists without naming China which recently blocked a proposal by the US and India to blacklist Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist Sajid Mir.

India votes against Russia on Ukraine issue at UN Security Council

New Delhi/IBNS: Breaking away from abstentions on votes related to Ukraine, India has for the first time voted for a procedural matter against Russia at the UN Security Council.

PM Modi chairs UNSC open debate, says barriers must be removed for maritime trade

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday chaired a UN Security Council open debate and said barriers must be removed for trade on sea routes, which are currently being misused for piracy.

US looks at India to help it keep an eye on Pakistan, says US Ambassador to the UN

New Delhi, Oct 18 (IBNS): India can help the United States keep an eye on Pakistan as President Donald Trump has taken tougher approach to Islamabad harbouring terrorists, said Nikki Haley, US Ambassador to the United Nation, according to media reports on Wednesday.