Issuing India's reply to remarks made by Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi at the virtual CICA Special Ministerial Meeting, the MEA that his comments "constitute gross interference in India's internal affairs, sovereignty and territorial integrity".
India's place in a post-COVID-19 world: Restructuring economic policy, bridging trust deficit will have to go hand-in-hand
COVID-19 lockdown: To benefit from this economic crisis and offer an effective alternative, India will have to reorient its role in South Asia and beyond. While India’s initial attempt to ‘contain the contagion’ has been applauded by many for its rapid response, what remains crucial for its role in the post-Covid world order is the extent to which the damage will be controlled.
India's walked a fine foreign policy line during COVID-19 crisis; test ahead lies in how Modi handles Big Powers
If India remains focused on its objectives without letting domestic political compulsions come in the way, the COVID-19 pandemic may propel India’s rise
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.
A crowded nation which had got used and stayed oblivious to public health dangers seem to be waking up.
Narendra Modi brings together SAARC leaders over coronavirus: Move positions India as regional leader, garners brownie points in tough times
By calling a meeting of SAARC nations on the coronavirus pandemic, India managed to position itself once again as the leading power in the region.
Narendra Modi urges SAARC nations to jointly combat coronavirus, proposes setting up emergency fund to deal with pandemic
Narendra Modi on Sunday proposed setting up a COVID-19 emergency fund with India committing USD 10 million initially for it
SAARC nations should chalk out joint strategy against coronavirus, leave no stone unturned to ensure people are healthy, says Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi said SAARC leadership can discuss via video conferencing ways to keep their citizens healthy
Nepal offers to mediate between India, Pakistan; expresses concern over SAARC, says body should be 'revitalised'
Nepal offered to play the role of a mediator between India and Pakistan, saying that it was important for the two countries to have a dialogue to resolve their issues.
On SAARC Charter Day, Narendra Modi says India's efforts for greater collaboration challenged by acts of terror
In the last three years, India has been distancing itself from the SAARC, citing security challenge facing the region from terror networks based in Pakistan, which is also a member of the grouping.
In a brief media statement, Narendra Modi said India accords priority to its ties with Bangladesh and increasing cooperation between the two neighbouring countries should be model for the entire world.
Sheikh Hasina was addressing India-Bangladesh Business Forum, which was organised by industry chambers
Sheikh Hasina's visit is opportunity for India to iron out sticking points in bilateral relations with 'fast friend' Bangladesh
Bangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday arrived in India for a four-day visit with the aim to strengthen bilateral ties between the fast friends amid an undercurrent of unease regarding the Centre's National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise in Assam, which is pointedly aimed at identifying and deporting illegal "infiltrators" from Bangladesh.
Imran Khan says Kashmir issue overlooked by world as India a booming market, warns of serious consequences
Imran Khan on Friday blamed the world community for overlooking the Kashmir issue because of prospects in India's booming market.
Narendra Modi UNGA Speech Updates: Terrorism hurts the very principles on which United Nations was founded, says Indian PM
Narendra Modi UNGA Speech Updates | Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the annual high-level UN General Assembly (UNGA) session, focussing on the themes of progress and development, climate change, unity and terrorism.
S Jaishankar says 'elimination of all forms of terrorism is a precondition for survival of South Asia' after Pakistan boycotts SAARC meeting
Elimination of terrorism in all forms is a precondition not only for fruitful cooperation but also for the survival of the South Asian region, Jaishankar tweeted after a SAARC meeting.
India's Jaishankar, Pakistan's Qureshi likely to come face-to-face at SAARC foreign ministers meeting in New York today
India is set to participate at the SAARC foreign ministers meeting that is to be held on Thursday on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) session, amid heightened India-Pakistan tensions
EU-like arrangement within SAARC could halt economic slowdown, but only if trade stops playing second fiddle to nationalism
The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) contains Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Maldives and India
Pavan Kapoor appointed as Ambassador to UAE: IFS officer earlier made his mark with measures to boost ties with Israel
1990-cadre Indian Foreign Services (IFS) officer Pavan Kapoor will replace Navdeep Singh Puri as the Ambassador to United Arab Emirates
Sri Lanka rejects Pakistan's claims of Sirisena calling J&K 'a disputed territory', says 'president did not make any such comments'
After the Pakistan High Commission in Sri Lanka claimed that the island nation's President has acknowledged J&K as a 'disputed territory', Colombo clarified that the president 'did not make any such comments' on the issue.