The sanction has been slapped on alleged Russian military agents, Chinese cyberspies and organizations including a North Korean firm.
India and EU finalise civil nuclear pact, to unveil roadmap for boosting ties during online summit today
Officials said both sides are also expected to finalise an agreement between Europol and CBI on having a working arrangement to deal with organised crime and terrorism.
Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia museum declared a mosque after Turkish court ruling; EU calls decision 'regrettable'
The court ruling came despite international warnings not to change the status of the nearly 1,500-year-old monument that is revered by Christians and Muslims alike.
European Union reopens borders to 14 'safe' countries from today, bars travellers from US, Brazil and Russia
Although the European Union wants to work on the basis of reciprocity, Britain, which is no longer an EU member, is an exception. It enforces 14 days of self-isolation on all non-essential travellers.
EU's air safety agency suspends Pakistan airliners PIA and Vision Air International from flying to Europe for six months over safety concerns
The EASA took the decision due to concerns about Pakistan's ability to ensure compliance with international aviation standards at all times, reports said.
India has little choice but to ally with democratic nations as China openly demonstrates imperialistic designs under world's watch
While America repositions itself, the ASEAN bloc is coming to the realisation that each of its 10 members may not be individually able to confront China’s aggrandising ambitions in the South China Sea.
'To protect Denmark's interest,' Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen postpones her wedding for the third time
Denmark Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen had finally zeroed in on a date to get married with her fiancé Bo Tengberg. However, the PM had to once again postpone her wedding due to an EU Council meeting scheduled in July.
AstraZeneca signs contract to supply 400 million doses of potential coronavirus vaccine in Europe; delivery to begin by end of 2020
AstraZeneca Plc said on Saturday it signed a contract with European governments to supply the region with its potential vaccine against the coronavirus
India's image has taken big hit in past year; only recourse is for BJP to up engagement with world in transparent manner
Ever since it became a sovereign republic, India has meticulously built its global network of "friends" through continuous democratic practice and evolution, not least under former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru who sought to build a secular and liberal country
Coronavirus Outbreak: Venice Film Festival 2020 confirmed to take place in September as infection rate in Italy slows down
Due to the lockdowns imposed on the film industry across the world to limit the spread of the virus, the Venice Film Festival will probably be attended by fewer productions, said region governor Luca Zaia.
Dominic Cummings lockdown row: Boris Johnson defies calls to sack senior advisor from Conservative Party, risks backlash
British prime Minister Boris Johnson backed his senior adviser Dominic Cummings on Sunday, despite calls from within his own Conservative Party for the aide to resign for driving 250 miles during the coronavirus lockdown.
Coronavirus World Update, May 18: Cases in Italy decline, EU to authorize Remdesivir, WHA’s meeting starts today
The number of confirmed COVID-19 patients in the world has crossed 4.8 million. Out of this, 1.86 million have recovered and over 316,959 people have died.
Coronavirus World Update, May 13: Wuhan to test 11 million people, EU to relax borders, situation in Brazil worsens
Over 4.37 million people globally have tested positive for COVID-19 so far. Out of these, 292,937 people have died and 1.6 million have already recovered.
India to send nearly 1,000 tonne of paracetamol raw material to Europe; eases export curbs on over-the-counter medicines
Europe is India’s biggest buyer of paracetamol APIs and imports around 12,000 tonnes annually, according to Pharmexcil estimates.
Coronavirus Outbreak: BMW profit down in Q1; says pandemic to slow auto industry 'for quite some time'
BMW said that it remained financially solid with 19 billion euros ($21 billion) in cash at the end of the first quarter.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian firms under scanner for selling fake COVID-19 medicines to European countries
Fraudulent documents and certificates are used to traffic counterfeit products related to coronavirus outbreak.
Overseas players hoping to join Premier League set to be subject to points-based immigration criteria post-Brexit
All players from overseas seeking to join Premier League clubs are set to be subject to points-based criteria after Britain's departure from the European Union is complete.
Coronavirus Outbreak: EU agrees on half-trillion-euro COVID-19 rescue plan; deal fails to mention how bloc will finance recovery during steep recession
For weeks, EU member states have struggled to present a united front in the face of the pandemic, squabbling over money, medical equipment, and drugs, border restrictions and trade curbs, amid fraught talks laying bare their bitter divisions.
The financial impact of the coronavirus — visible in shuttered factories, empty airports and desolate downtowns — makes government worst-case scenarios, a 4.3 percent decline in European Union economic output by the end of 2022, seem mild
EU tries gentle diplomacy to counter Hungary's crackdown on democracy as part of its coronavirus response
The European Union’s written response to Hungary’s effective suspension of democracy omitted one important word: Hungary