Double standards have no place in the fight against terrorism, warns EAM Jaishankar

Double standards have no place in the fight against terrorism, warns EAM Jaishankar

New Delhi: Indian Minister of External Affairs S. Jaishankar warned that there is no place for ifs and buts; you cannot discriminate terrorists as good or bad while countering terrorism. While speaking at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) virtual meeting, Jaishankar targeted terror-sponsor Pakistan without direct mention. ‘A strong political will is required to […]

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India-UAE announce strengthening of strategic ties

India-UAE announce strengthening of strategic ties

Abu Dhabi: Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar reached Seychelles, after finishing his visits to Bahrain and United Arab Emirates (UAE). Before this, during his UAE visit, Foreign Minister Jaishankar announced the decision to make the strategic ties between India and UAE more comprehensive, learning a lesson from the Coronavirus pandemic. While the India-UAE strategic relations […]

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India criticises China during East Asia Summit

India criticises China during East Asia Summit

New Delhi: – India fired a salvo of criticism at China saying that the actions and developments in the South China Sea break the trustworthiness in the region. Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar also accused China, during the East Asia Summit, of pressurising the south-east Asian countries, to accept the conditions, using ‘Code of Conduct’. […]

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As Turkey-Pakistan rapport grows, Greece & India to form strategic alliance

As Turkey-Pakistan rapport grows, Greece & India to form strategic alliance

New Delhi/Athens: – Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar will be visiting Greece at the end of this month. The Greek foreign ministry gave this information. This visit of the Indian Foreign Minister becomes significant against the background of strengthening relations between Pakistan and Turkey since the last few years. Only a few days ago, a […]

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Indian relations cannot be amended with terrorist Pakistan: Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar

Indian relations cannot be amended with terrorist Pakistan: Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar

New Delhi: – Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar lashed out that Pakistan government has openly accepted that terrorism is its official policy and they have even endorsed this policy. Therefore, normalisation of relations with a Pakistan, who is nurturing terrorism, is very difficult. At the same time, Foreign Minister Jaishankar warned that declaring Jammu-Kashmir as […]

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Galwan clashes profoundly disturbed India-China relations: MEA S. Jaishankar

Galwan clashes profoundly disturbed India-China relations: MEA S. Jaishankar

New Delhi: Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar pointed to the brewing discontent against China in the Indian population by saying, ‘Various agreements have been signed between India and China since 1993. The rules regarding the limit of deployment on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and activities of the soldiers were defined in these agreements. […]

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Time for QUAD Expansion: US Deputy State Secretary, Stephen Biegun 

Time for QUAD Expansion: US Deputy State Secretary, Stephen Biegun 

New Delhi: – India had taken a guarded stand regarding the expansion of QUAD cooperation, expecting a vitriolic reaction from China. But Stephen Biegun, US Deputy Secretary of State said that the time has come to expand the QUAD cooperation, by including like-minded countries, with common interests, who are concurring on free and open Indo-Pacific sector. […]

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India and Japan concur on increasing the scope of bilateral cooperation

India and Japan concur on increasing the scope of bilateral cooperation

Tokyo: Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar and Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi held bilateral talks. Last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had presented the proposal for Indo-Pacific Ocean Initiative’ in the East Asia Summit. The announcement that Japan was willing to join the initiative was made after the meeting. Drafts of a few important agreements, […]

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Indian stand important for peace in conflict-torn Afghanistan – Afghan CEO Abdullah Abdullah

Indian stand important for peace in conflict-torn Afghanistan – Afghan CEO Abdullah Abdullah

New Delhi: – Afghan Chief Executive Officer, Abdullah Abdullah, who is on a visit to India, expressed confidence ‘The Indian position will prove vital in establishing peace in conflict-torn Afghanistan.’ Abdullah Abdullah is leading the Afghan Government delegation, in the negotiations, being held in Qatar, with Taliban. But during the last 22-23 days of the discussions, there has […]

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