The application was reportedly made on the basis of "new evidence", but Westminster Magistrates' Court District Judge Samuel Goozee was not convinced
India's border infrastructure 'root cause' of tensions along LAC, claims China at 7th military-level talks
Sources said there was no breakthrough in talks on disengagement of troops and that India insisted on restoration of status quo ante of April at all friction points
Seven Indians kidnapped in Libya, govt in touch with country's authorities to secure their release, says MEA
The Indians were kidnapped at Asshwerif on 14 September while on their way to the Tripoli airport to catch a flight to India, said MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava
India, Japan finalise landmark cyber-security pact for co-operation on 5G, AI and critical information infrastructure
The pact will boost cooperation in the area of cyberspace and provide for sharing of information on cyber security threats and malicious cyber activities, and on best practices to counter them.
According to official figures, bilateral trade in goods and services between India and Denmark grew by 30.49 percent between 2016 and 2019 as the trade volume rose from $2.82 billion to $3.68 billion.
ISL: Nine overseas footballers, including eight Brazilians, given green signal to arrive in India for new season
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has granted permission to a total of ten foreigners to join their respective clubs for pre-season in Goa for ISL 2020-21
Bilateral economic issues, cooperation in development of the Far East region of Russia, cooperation in nuclear and space sectors were also discussed, MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said
Chinese defence minister Wei Fenghe seeks meet with Rajnath Singh amid LAC stand-off; India yet to respond
Tensions flared again in eastern Ladakh after China unsuccessfully attempted to occupy Indian territory in the southern bank of Pangong lake four days ago
The MEA spokesperson said the chargesheet into the Pulwama attack case has been filed after an investigation spanning one-and-a-half years
Galwan Valley clash: India, China agree to resolve border standoff in Ladakh expeditiously, says MEA
MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said the two sides had a 'candid and in-depth' exchange of views and reaffirmed to work towards complete disengagement of the troops
Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth declared a state of environmental emergency and requested for assistance after a Japanese ship leaked hundreds of tonnes of oil off the country's coast
Gurudwara Shahidi Asthan, where a Sikh man was executed in 1745, is now being said to be the site of Masjid Shahid Ganj
China must 'sincerely work' on disengagement, maintenance of peace is basis of bilateral ties, says MEA
Foreign ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said a fresh round of bilateral diplomatic talks is likely to be held on Friday to push forward the disengagement process in eastern Ladakh
MEA said "targeting and persecution" of minority community members by terrorists at behest of external supporters remains a grave concern.
'Surender Modi': Rahul Gandhi's latest swipe at prime minister over India's Galwan Valley stand-off with China
A day after accusing the prime minister of having "surrendered" Indian territory to Chinese aggression, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday took a swipe at him saying "Narendra Modi is actually Surender Modi".
Galwan incident was no mere 'security' issue; India's diplomacy needs to kick in with rigour to counter China
Historically, India's diplomacy had maintained the high ground of morality, persuasiveness and professional engagement that allowed it to 'manage' the restive neighbourhood and internal contradictions. Current relationships are not reflective of that ability
Two employees at MEA's Delhi headquarters test positive for COVID-19; staffers who came into contact asked to self-quarantine
Almost all employees in the CE division of the MEA as well as a sizable number of staffers in the legal wing are undergoing self-quarantine at present.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Differences emerge between Karnataka MPs, MLA over fixing accountability after pharma employee in Nanjangud infects 73 others
Nanjangud's BJP MLA B Harshavardhan, who is the son-in-law of party MP V Srinivasa Prasad representing Chamarajanagar Lok Sabha constituency is angry with the state government over the handling of the issue.
India should look at converting the world's "hatred" for China amid the coronavirus pandemic into an economic opportunity for itself by attracting large scale foreign investments.
India to export hydroxychloroquine on case-by-case basis after meeting all domestic requirements, says MEA spokesperson
On 25 March, India banned export of hydroxychloroquine in the midst of views in some quarters that the drug could be used to fight COVID-19