Some countries had issued individual orders for individual vaccines and they perhaps need to issue separate orders for approving Covaxin, Bagchi said
The UK should realise that it’s no longer an imperialist power it thinks it is. Today, it is more in need of India’s support, and not the other way round.
'In touch with all concerned', says MEA on reports of kidnapping of Afghanistan-origin Indian in Kabul
According to reports, Bansri Lal Arendeh was kidnapped at gunpoint on Tuesday in the Afghan capital city.
Sunday's rescue mission is part of New Delhi's efforts to airlift its nationals and vulnerable Afghans stuck in the strife-torn country after the Taliban's return.
Officials have stressed that the newly arriving troops’ mission is limited to assisting the airlift of embassy personnel and Afghan allies, and they expect to complete it by month's end. But they might have to stay longer if the embassy is threatened by a Taliban takeover of Kabul by then
Afghanistan crisis: India, several other nations reaffirm not to recognise any govt imposed through force
A statement was issued by Qatar on Friday following two separate meetings in Doha. Participating countries agreed that the Afghan peace process needs to be accelerated as a matter of "great urgency"
'Security institutions stood by idly': India lodges strong protest after temple desecrated in Pakistan's Punjab province
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said on Thursday that Pakistani charge d'affaires was summoned and a firm protest was lodged
Jaishankar expressed hope that his visit to Georgia, which is the first by an Indian foreign minister to the country, will be the opening of a new chapter in the relationship
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Sports Ministry seeks MEA’s help to get Neeraj Chopra and other overseas-based athletes vaccinated
The sportspersons include javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, who is based in Uppasala in Sweden, boxers Manish Kaushik, Satish Kumar, Pooja Rani and Simranjeet Kaur who are in Assisi, Italy, and wrestlers Ravi Dahiya and Deepak Punia, who are in Russia.
Peace process in West Asia can no longer be kept on the back burner, India tells UN Security Council
MEA secretary (West) Vikas Swarup also underscored the need for immediate resumption of direct negotiations between Israel and Palestine
China's amassing of troops, attempts to alter status quo was cause of eastern Ladakh face-off: India
India's comments came a day after China said that its military deployment in the region is a 'normal defence arrangement aimed at responding to threats'
MEA says Centre will continue 'all efforts' to bring fugitives back to India as Mehul Choksi case continues
MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi added that India has been seeking extradition of fugitives Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi from the UK
ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL), the overseas investment arm of state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), had in 2008 discovered the gas field in the Farsi offshore exploration block
Sania Mirza is scheduled to compete in the Nottingham Open (from 6 June), Birmingham Open (from 14 June), the Eastbourne Open (from 20 June) and the Wimbledon (from 28 June).
Addressing the China challenge: Perceptive shifts in India’s strategic behaviour hints at greater appetite for risk-taking
Notwithstanding the fire and brimstone response from Beijing, New Delhi should gradually aspire for a more normalised, cooperative and rational relationship with Taiwan
Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov added that Russia was ready for the transfer of cutting edge technologies and 'additional manufacturing' of weapons systems to India
Centre terms Freedom House report as 'misleading, incorrect', says India has established democratic practices
The report titled 'Democracy Under Siege' by the Freedom House downgraded India's status to a 'partly free' nation on Wednesday, claiming a sustained erosion of civil liberties in the country
Farmers' protest: UN human rights office calls on authorities, agitators to 'exercise maximum restraint'
'It's crucial to find equitable solutions with due respect to human rights for all,' the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said
To expect the sporting fraternity to stand up for the right to free speech of the farmers is too far fetched now.
Bharatiya Kisan Union(BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait indirectly warned the Modi government it could lose power if the stir for the repeal of the three new agri laws continues