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Maintaining status quo on UNSC membership definitely not an option: India

Mar 27, 2015

Maintaining status quo on UNSC membership definitely not an option: India

India has said that it is "untenable" that 137 developing nations are represented by only one permanent member in the UN Security Council. #World #India #China #United Nations #US #TheySaidIt #UN Security Council #UK #UNSC #UNSC membership
Homophobic and proud! India joins Saudi Arabia, Russia, Pak to vote against same sex relations in UN

Mar 26, 2015

Homophobic and proud! India joins Saudi Arabia, Russia, Pak to vote against same sex relations in UN

India was among the 43 countries that voted in support of a Russian-drafted resolution that proposed removing benefits for same-sex partners of UN staff. #United Nations #Pakistan #Russia #Gay #Homosexuality #LGBT #Saudi Arabia #LGBT rights #Homosexuality in India #same sex relationships #Section 377 of IPC
The Ark of Return: UN unveils memorial for slave trade victims, India main donor to monument

Mar 26, 2015

The Ark of Return: UN unveils memorial for slave trade victims, India main donor to monument

India paid tributes to the human rights defenders who fought to abolish slave trade and indentured labour at the unveiling at the UN headquarters. #World #India #United Nations #NewsTracker #UN #monument #UN memorial #The Ark of Return #Permanent Memorial Trust Fund #Atlantic slave trade
Ex-Maldives President Mohammed Nasheed not to appeal 13-year jail term

Mar 25, 2015

Ex-Maldives President Mohammed Nasheed not to appeal 13-year jail term

Former Maldivian president Mohammed Nasheed, sentenced to 13 years in jail under anti-terrorism laws, has decided not to appeal his conviction citing that the court has not released all the documents related to the case which are important for "a meaningful defence". #World #United States #India #United Nations #Maldives #Mohammed Nasheed #Maldivian Democratic Party #MDP
Indian Army chief General Suhag to attend inaugural UN meet on peacekeeping

Mar 25, 2015

Indian Army chief General Suhag to attend inaugural UN meet on peacekeeping

Indian Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag will attend an inaugural UN conference on peacekeeping operations here later this week that will bring together the defence chiefs of UN member states. #United Nations #NewsTracker #army chief #General Dalbir Singh Suhag #Peacekeeping Meeting
South Sudan armed group releases 250 child soldiers, including four girls

Mar 24, 2015

South Sudan armed group releases 250 child soldiers, including four girls

Up to 250 child soldiers, including four girls, were released by an armed group in South Sudan over the weekend. #World #United Nations #NewsTracker #UN #children #Unicef #South Sudan #girls #armed group
Yemen's top factions square off for battle as fears of war and Saudi-Iran rivalry grow

Mar 24, 2015

Yemen's top factions square off for battle as fears of war and Saudi-Iran rivalry grow

Yemen's top factions are squaring off for battle after months of skirmishes, turning respectively to neighbouring Saudi Arabia and its regional rival Iran for help in what may become all-out war. #World #United Nations #NewsTracker #Yemen #Iran #Saudi Arabia #Gulf Cooperation Council #Gulf Arab #Middle Eastern Nations
We want to resolve Kashmir through talks, says Pak prez Mamnoon

Mar 23, 2015

We want to resolve Kashmir through talks, says Pak prez Mamnoon

Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on Monday said Pakistan wants friendship with India but maintained that the Kashmir issue should be resolved in accordance with the UN resolutions for durable peace in the region. #World #India #Terrorism #United Nations #Pakistan #Taliban #Nawaz Sharif #Peshawar #Mamnoon Hussain
Italy asks United Nations to intervene in Marines issue; Ban Ki-Moon's stand remains 'unchanged'

Mar 20, 2015

Italy asks United Nations to intervene in Marines issue; Ban Ki-Moon's stand remains 'unchanged'

Italy has again raised the issue of its two marines facing trial in India with UN chief Ban Ki-moon, whose office said that the UN's position of resolving the issue bilaterally "remains unchanged". #India #United Nations #NewsTracker #Italy #Fishermen #Italian Marines #Salvatore Girone #Massimiliano Latorre