At a UNGA session on 'Culture of Peace', India pointed out that UN resolutions on important issues speak only of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity
Narendra Modi at UNGA: 'If we don’t change, drive needed for it will weaken'; PM seeks UN reforms, wants bigger decision-making role for India
Reaffirming India's "faith and respect" in the United Nations, Modi said that the country has been "waiting for a long time" for a "logical conclusion" to the process of reforms in the UN.
At UNGA, Narendra Modi takes high road: PM makes case for de-hyphenating India-Pakistan, draws stark contrast with Imran Khan
India went in to the UNGA session knowing well that Pakistan would hijack the forum for more anti-India rhetoric and threats of nuclear war in South Asia. India
At UNGA, a tale of two speeches: Narendra Modi spoke like a statesman, Imran Khan mired in a maze of contradictions
Narendra Modi’s speech — short, crisp and meaningful — was that of a statesman, a global leader with great appeal and vision
Imran Khan’s war rhetoric at UNGA ignores basic principles of UN, reflects futility of Pakistan's Kashmir project
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s impassioned 50-minute speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York on Friday seems to be the last ditch attempt by the country to drum up global support for 'the cause of Kashmir'
How Sushma Swaraj, other women leaders took Pakistan to task over the years at UNGA on J&K and terrorism
Sushma Swaraj and other Indian women who spoke at the General Assembly tailored their statements from time to time as relations between India and Pakistan changed due to incidents including the Pulwama attack, Balakot air strikes and Article 370 revocation