Taliban commitment not to allow Afghanistan's soil to be used for terrorism should be implemented, says Jaishankar
The external affairs minister also called for assistance providers to be accorded unimpeded, unrestricted and direct access in the nation
Jaishankar said "politics, vested interests and instability" can be "formidable impediments" to regional cooperation and prosperity, asserting that no serious connectivity initiative can ever be a one-way street
Chinese state councillor Wang Yi said despite thaw on the LAC, India-China relations remain at a low point, 'which is not in anyone's interest' The Chinese foreign minister stated that despite the easing situation at the border, India-China relations remained at a low point, which is not in anyone's interest
The meeting took place on the sidelines of a foreign ministerial meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO)
The partnership was one of the key issues of discussion between Jaishankar and top officials of the Biden administration, including Secretary of State Antony Blinken
The external affairs minister added that he had a 'good conversation' with co-chairs of the House India Caucus, and lawmakers from both sides of the aisle
The reaction by India came a day after Pakistan's foreign minister claimed that India was behind some of the terror attacks in that country
'Very hard' for India to have normal ties with Pakistan as cross-border terrorism continues, says S Jaishankar
The External Affairs Minister also said that Islamabad doesn't conduct normal trade with India and has not given New Delhi the MFN status
India rejects Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's comments on Kashmir, says region integral and inalienable part of country
India on Saturday criticised Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's comments on Kashmir and asked him not to interfere in India's internal affairs
EAM S Jaishankar calls Pakistan 'a very challenging neighbour', slams country for state-sponsored terrorism
S Jaishankar called Pakistan a 'challenging neighbour' and stressed while there is terrorism globally, there is no country in the world that sponsors terror consciously against India.
EU-like arrangement within SAARC could halt economic slowdown, but only if trade stops playing second fiddle to nationalism
The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) contains Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Maldives and India
'Orator par excellence' Sushma Swaraj passes away: From Lok Sabha to UNGA, a look at her most memorable speeches
Veteran politician Sushma Swaraj, who passed away at the age of 67 late on Tuesday night, is being hailed by politicians and citizens for being an "accessible" and illustrious leader, while also being an orator "par excellence."
Sushma Swaraj passes away: Ex-EAM was woman of many firsts, from youngest state cabinet minister at 25 to first female CM of Delhi
Illustrious BJP leader and former External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj, who passed away due to a cardiac arrest on Tuesday, is being hailed by politicians across party lines for being an 'accessible and kind' minister
India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday reasserted India's long standing position on outside intervention in India-Pakistan border conflict to his US counterpart, US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo.
Kashmir mediation: Official records reaffirm Narendra Modi made no such request to Donald Trump on sidelines of G20 Osaka summit
In the flurry of diplomatic activity that followed Donald Trump’s remarks on Kashmir mediation, both the sides checked their official records of discussion at the Osaka summit and found no mention of what the US president had claimed
Congress' remark on Kashmir 'mediation' uncalled for; attempt to pit Modi against Trump will only fuel nationalistic fervour
Congress and its friends should realise that the nation is willing to believe the strong rebuttal issued by the foreign ministry on Donal Trump's Kashmir mediation remark and that Opposition's aggressiion will only end up helping Modi in further generating nationalistic fervour
India rejects claim that it responded to Pakistan's call for dialogue; seeks an atmosphere free from 'shadow of terror and violence’
India on Thursday rejected claims of having responded to Islamabad's call for dialogue and clarified that New Delhi seeks normal and cooperative relations with all neighbours, said MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar . This comes after, Pakistan media, citing diplomatic sources, reported that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had, in reply to congratulatory messages, expressed willingness to hold talks with Pakistan. Relations between India and Pakistan have deteriorated after the Pulwama terror attack, where India lost over 40 CRPF personnel.
India doesn’t really want to get into talks with Pakistan; it’s looking beyond, to engage with the region as a whole
S Jaishankar left no space for doubt that regional connectivity will form a big part of the foreign policy of NDA-II
Narendra Modi Cabinet 2.0: S Jaishankar follows Sushma Swaraj's precedent as EAM, uses Twitter to bridge gap with people
Following the precedent set by his predecessor Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar lent a helping hand to Indians abroad as he took cognisance of their plight on Twitter.
S Jaishankar's appointment as foreign minister reveals Narendra Modi's mindset on trust, acumen and leadership
There is a dovetailing of vision between India's new foreign minister S Jaishankar and Prime Minister Narendra when it comes to shaping India’s destiny as a leading power and projection of that power in a bipolar Asia