Indian Embassy in US sets up helplines to address queries on travel restrictions in bid to contain spread of novel coronavirus
India on Wednesday suspended all visas, except a few categories such as diplomatic and employment, till 15 April in view of the coronavirus outbreak
Day after two coronavirus cases reported in India, health ministry directs suspension of e-visas granted till 3 March to citizens of Italy, Iran, South Korea, Japan
The advisory also suspends visa on arrival (VoA) issued by 3 March to Japan and South Korea nationals who have not yet entered India
Coronavirus outbreak: Condition of eight infected Indians on board Diamond Princess cruise ship improving, says Indian embassy
Indian embassy said in a tweet that no additional Indian national on board the ship has tested positive for the virus since Thursday
Coronavirus outbreak: Three infected Indians on cruise ship off Japan coast getting better, says Indian Embassy
The Indian Embassy said it was making efforts for early de-boarding of all the Indians from the ship after the end of the quarantine period
Indian Embassy in Japan says it is making efforts to disembark citizens aboard cruise ship Diamond Princess after quarantine period ends
The Indian Embassy in Japan on Saturday said it is making efforts to disembark all the Indians on board the cruise ship moored off the Japanese coast after the end of the quarantine period
Third Indian crew of Diamond Princess, cruise ship quarantined off Japanese coast, tests positive for coronavirus; at least 218 infected so far
A third Indian crew onboard a cruise ship off the Japanese coast has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the Indian Embassy in Japan said on Friday
Human rights groups to hold anti-CAA rallies in several US cities including New York, San Francisco, on India's 71st Republic Day
Indian Americans, would also hold protest rallies in front of the Indian Consulates in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta, and Houston
The video from an event features young military cadets seen singing the song with Brigadier Rajesh Pushkar, Military Advisor at the Indian Embassy in Moscow.
Pakistan Army terms as 'false' Indian Army's claims of destroying at least three terror camps in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir
Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Sunday that six to ten Pakistan Army personnel were killed and three terror camps destroyed in a retaliatory action by the Indian Army opposite the Tangdhar and Keran sectors in Jammu and Kashmir
BJP, TDP slams Jagan Mohan Reddy over 'use of public money' for Jerusalem trip after Andhra Pradesh sanctions Rs 22.52 lakh for security
BJP and TDP lashed out at YS Jagan Mohan Reddy over the Andhra Pradesh government incurring expenses over his security on his Jerusalem trip.
The 5th International Yoga Day is set to be observed across the world on 21 June. In view of the occasion, preparations were underway on Thursday, with events also being held across India and the world ahead of the official day of celebrations. Reuters
Kulsum Banu, Hyderabadi woman rescued from Oman after being trafficked on pretext of job, thanks Sushma Swaraj
A Hyderabadi woman named Kulsum Banu, who was trafficked to Oman on the pretext of a job, has been rescued after five months. Banu thanked External Affairs Ministers Sushma Swaraj for her help.
India and the United States on Tuesday called for Pakistan to address global concerns regarding terrorism, including that emanating from across the border.
MEA gains consular access to 117 Indian students detained in US; immigration attorneys criticise Washington for 'trapping' them
The MEA's statement came after the US State Department said all 130 foreign students detained in the US for enrolling in the fake university, were aware that they were committing a crime to fraudulently remain in the country.
Daler Mehndi on Mika's arrest over alleged sexual misconduct: He has received bail, waiting for him to come back
Mika Singh was earlier detained by the Dubai Police following a complaint that he had sent inappropriate images to a 17-year-old Brazilian model
Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrims remain stranded in Nepal's Humla for second day as flights don't operate due to bad weather
Around 175 Indians on their way back home after the Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrimage in Tibet remained stranded in Nepal's Humla district for the second day on Monday as commercial flights could not operate due to bad weather, the Indian Embassy here said.
Around 200 Indians on Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrimage stranded in Nepal; bad weather hampers evacuation
The Indian Embassy in Kathmandu said it would airlift the stranded Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrims as soon as the weather improved.
Empower women to turbocharge India’s productivity, don’t point fingers at politicians, don't obsess over manufacturing, says Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga at New India lecture in NY
Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga speaking in New York made a strong and nuanced case for turbocharging India’s productivity by bringing more women out of their homes and into the workplace and moving away from a manufacturing led thinking on growth.
Sushma Swaraj inaugurates new Indian embassy complex in Bahrain, calls it testimony of 'close cooperation' between countries
Sushma Swaraj on Saturday inaugurated a new complex of the Indian embassy in Bahrain as she embarked on her two-day visit to the Gulf nation.
Kailash Mansarovar yatra: 250 Indians evacuated from Nepal's Hilsa region amid heavy rains; 17 flights, Nepal Army choppers deployed
Over 250 Indian pilgrims were evacuated from Nepal's mountainous Hilsa region on Wednesday, as authorities stepped up efforts to rescue those stranded there due to heavy rain while returning from the Kailash Mansarovar pilgrimage in Tibet.