During discussions after signing the agreement, Maldivian Minister of Defence Mariya Didi said the framework will strengthen defence and security cooperation between the two countries
How Narendra Modi got foreign junkets in check and video chats going long before Sonia Gandhi’s advice
The number of foreign visits by ministries and departments under the Government of India has dipped from 2,283 in 2017 to 1,936 in 2018, and to 1,806 in 2019.
Maldives rejoins Commonwealth; island nation had quit organisation in October 2016 over criticism of its human rights record
Maldives had quit the Commonwealth in October 2016 after being threatened with suspension over its human rights record and lack of progress on democratic reform
South Asian Games 2019: Maldives women's cricket team bundled out for 8 runs in third-place playoff T20I
Maldives' total of eight ranks as the second-lowest women's T20 International score in history. Mali holds the record of scoring the lowest total after they could only manage six against Rwanda in June
South Asian Games 2019: Bala Devi scores two goals in quick succession as India women thrash Maldives 5-0
Bala Devi grabbed a brace as the Indian women's football team mauled Maldives 5-0 in their opening game of the 13th South Asian Games.
South Asian Games 2019: India's women volleyball team storms into final after beating Maldives in straight sets
The Indian women's volleyball team entered the final of the 13th South Asian Games after beating Maldives in straight sets in the semi-final on Saturday.
IMD predicts heavy rainfall at isolated parts of Lakshadweep, Kerala, Mahe; with gale-force winds expected, fishermen advised not to venture into sea
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday said that isolated places over Lakshadweep, Kerala and Mahe are likely to receive heavy rainfall today
Madi Sharma, the woman who facilitated Kashmir foreign delegation's visit also organised controversial trip of MEPs to Maldives
Madi Sharma, who finds herself in the eye of the storm surrounding the controversy over a group of European parliamentarians visit to Srinagar, has been linked to a similar episode in the Maldives back in 2018.
IMD predicts heavy rainfall at isolated places over TN, Kerala; with gale-force winds expected, fishermen advised not to venture into Arabian Sea
IMD has further predicted that a few areas over south interior Karnataka may also receive heavy rainfall today
India hammered Maldives 4-0 to storm into the final of of the SAFF U-18 Championship at Kathmandu on Friday.
SAFF U-18 Championship: India keen on carrying momentum from Sri Lanka win over to semi-final against Maldives
India stayed keen on sustaining the momentum as they take on Maldives in the semi-final of the SAFF U-18 Championships in Kathmandu on Friday.
India, Pakistan exchange heated arguments over Kashmir at Maldives summit; Islamabad's support for terrorism biggest threat to humanity, says New Delhi
India and Pakistan had a heated exchange over the Kashmir issue during a summit held in the Maldivian Parliament where the representatives of the South Asian countries had gathered
India rejects asylum request of former Maldives vice president Ahmed Adeeb, sends him back from Tuticorin port
India sent back a former Maldives vice president who sought asylum after fleeing the Indian Ocean archipelago nation to avoid police.
No tsunami threat to India after high-intensity earthquake in Indonesia, says Ministry of Earth Sciences official
There is no tsunami threat to India following the high-intensity earthquake in Indonesia on Friday evening, a senior official said.
MEA says ex-Maldives vice-president Adheeb Abdul Ghafoor was denied entry into India as he did not possess valid papers
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said Adheeb was also not entering India through a designated entry point.
Former Maldives vice-president Ahmed Adheeb Abdul Ghafoor, who arrived on a vessel, 'cannot deboard now, since there was no information about him coming to India,' a top district police official said.
Siberian Generating Company has cautioned that the lake is an industrial zone, not an aquatic park.
India's foreign policy for next 5 years: New Delhi must stave off Chinese influence on Myanmar through trade, development assistance
The Modi government has much to look forward to in Myanmar, largely based on the significant amount of work it has already accomplished.
India's foreign policy for the next 5 years: From counter-insurgency ties to big investments, New Delhi must keep Sri Lanka warm to keep China at bay
India’s strategic autonomy in Sri Lanka will seriously be tested by the United States and – to a lesser extent – Japan.
Narendra Modi's visit to Maldives and Sri Lanka indicator to China that India is ready for strategic competition
To put it simply, India needs to project power in its traditional areas of influence and restore a sense of balance in the greater Indian Ocean Region for smooth facilitation of trade, commerce, stability and national security.