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India slams OHCHR, says it 'betrays' lack of understanding of security challenges due to cross-border terrorism
India

India slams OHCHR, says it 'betrays' lack of understanding of security challenges due to cross-border terrorism

The United Nations had recently expressed concern over the arrest of Khurram Parvez by the National Investigation Agency on 22 November

Curious case of Chinese villages near Arunachal: How statements of CDS Rawat and MEA don’t contradict each other
India

Curious case of Chinese villages near Arunachal: How statements of CDS Rawat and MEA don’t contradict each other

The MEA spoke of the IB, which corresponds more or less to the McMahon Line, while the CDS was commenting on the LAC; the two do not exactly tally in several places in Arunachal Pradesh

WHO's approval to Covaxin to significantly ease travel for vaccinated Indians, says MEA
India

WHO's approval to Covaxin to significantly ease travel for vaccinated Indians, says MEA

Some countries had issued individual orders for individual vaccines and they perhaps need to issue separate orders for approving Covaxin, Bagchi said

India must go beyond talkathon, start questioning Chinese claims on Tibet, Hong Kong and Xinjiang
India

India must go beyond talkathon, start questioning Chinese claims on Tibet, Hong Kong and Xinjiang

The 13th round of Corps Commander level talks failed because China is not sincere about ending the military standoff with India.

The Xi-ng Thing: Strategic assessment of failure of India-China military-level talks and what may lie ahead
World

The Xi-ng Thing: Strategic assessment of failure of India-China military-level talks and what may lie ahead

Driven by the insecurity of burgeoning India-US ties, China’s assumption has become a self-fulfilling prophecy, leading India and the US towards an ever-tightening strategic embrace

Targeted killings of innocent people in J&K highlight raises concern about cross-border terrorism from Pakistan, says India
India

Targeted killings of innocent people in J&K highlight raises concern about cross-border terrorism from Pakistan, says India

As many as seven civilians have been killed by militants in Kashmir Valley in the last five days including a principal, teacher and a Kashmiri Pandit pharmacy owner

Narendra Modi, Scott Morrison discuss bilateral cooperation between India and Australia ahead of Quad Summit
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Narendra Modi, Scott Morrison discuss bilateral cooperation between India and Australia ahead of Quad Summit

Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Scott Morrison agreed that India and Australia needed to work closer together to overcome the challenges in the post-pandemic world

Pakistan claims threatening email was sent to New Zealand cricket team from India
India

Pakistan claims threatening email was sent to New Zealand cricket team from India

New Zealand called off their first tour of Pakistan due to a security threat to the team, followed by a decision by the England and Wales Cricket Board to cancel a bilateral series scheduled for next month in Pakistan.

Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan pokes his nose again into Kashmir issue in UNGA address
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Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan pokes his nose again into Kashmir issue in UNGA address

In his address on Tuesday, the Turkish president also referred to China's minority Muslim Uyghurs in Xinjiang and Myanmar's Rohingya

Opinion | West's blind eye to Khalistani activities does not end threat, but only amplifies it
World

Opinion | West's blind eye to Khalistani activities does not end threat, but only amplifies it

In numbers greater than ever before, Pakistan has started plugging Khalistani groups into protests, demonstrations and lobbying to undermine India everywhere

S Jaishankar meets Chinese counterpart on sidelines of SCO summit in Dushanbe
World

S Jaishankar meets Chinese counterpart on sidelines of SCO summit in Dushanbe

It is understood that the developments in Afghanistan figured in the talks

India-China border row: Completion of disengagement could pave way for de-escalation, says New Delhi
World

India-China border row: Completion of disengagement could pave way for de-escalation, says New Delhi

According to a joint statement released by the Indian Army after the 12th round of military talks held in late July, the two sides had a 'candid and in-depth exchange' of views relating to disengagement

'In touch with all concerned', says MEA on reports of kidnapping of Afghanistan-origin Indian in Kabul
India

'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.

Narendra Modi to virtually lead Indian delegation at SCO summit on 17 September
World

Narendra Modi to virtually lead Indian delegation at SCO summit on 17 September

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will travel to Dushanbe for the SCO meetings that are expected to extensively deliberate on the Afghan crisis and its internal as well as external implications, people familiar with the matter said

Afghanistan situation remains ‘critical’, committed to full evacuation of Indians, says Centre at all-party meet
India

Afghanistan situation remains ‘critical’, committed to full evacuation of Indians, says Centre at all-party meet

During the meeting, which lasted for about three-and-a-half hours, Jaishankar said the Centre has adopted a "wait and watch" approach in dealing with the Taliban

Centre to apprise Opposition on Afghanistan situation at all-party meeting today
India

Centre to apprise Opposition on Afghanistan situation at all-party meeting today

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will brief the floor leaders of all the political parties at 11.00 am

On board India's Kabul  evacuation flight, 46 Afghan  Sikhs, Hindus — and 3 copies of Guru Granth Sahib
World

On board India's Kabul evacuation flight, 46 Afghan Sikhs, Hindus — and 3 copies of Guru Granth Sahib

Also on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has instructed the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) to brief the floor leaders of political parties in view of recent developments in Afghanistan

How India plans on bringing back its trapped nationals from Afghanistan
India

How India plans on bringing back its trapped nationals from Afghanistan

Airport operations are the main concern for now, as flights were suspended because of the conditions at Kabul airport

Rush of troops to Kabul tests Joe Biden's withdrawal deadline from Afghanistan
World

Rush of troops to Kabul tests Joe Biden's withdrawal deadline from Afghanistan

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
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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"