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We've to address root causes of terrorism: Nepal minister
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We've to address root causes of terrorism: Nepal minister

Two MPs from India, a Nepal minister, Bangladesh's foreign secretary, a Sri Lankan envoy and Pakistan's former military spokesman discuss the possibility of uniting SAARC members in combating terrorism at the India Today Global Roundtable in Kathmandu ... India Today, 3 weeks ago
Modi's India: Imagining a Global Power AsiaSource, 1 week ago

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Foreign Minister meets UN official

HE the Foreign Minister Dr Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah met UN Secretary General's special representative for Iraq, Nickolay Mladenov, in Doha yesterday. During the meeting, the they discussed the latest developments in Iraq. ...
 Gulf Times1 week ago ?Second Round of India-El Salvador Foreign Office Consultations  Noodls1 week ago India's Photo Gallery: What happened across India on November 20  One India4 weeks ago India, Germany discuss Inter-Government Commission meeting schedule  Economic Times1 month ago
Times of India

‘Bhutan first to recognise Bangladesh’

Bhutan and not India was the first country to recognise Bangladesh as an independent nation, Bangladeshi foreign secretary has said, ending decades-old speculation on the issue. “Bhutan was the first country, there is no controversy about that,” foreign ...
 Asian Age1 week ago Bhutan first nation to recognise Bangladesh, says foreign secretary  Bdnews24.com1 week ago Bhutan, not India was first to recognise Bangladesh  IBNLive India News1 week ago 'Bhutan, Not India Was the First to Recognise Bangladesh'  Outlook India1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Onus now on India to resume composite dialogue: FO

Foreig­n Office spokes­person says India unilat­erally cancel­led schedu­led talks withou­t any valid reason­ Foreign office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam. PHOTO: PID ISLAMABAD: Pakistan said on Thursday that the ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Reviving stalled process: EU urges Pakistan, India to resume peace dialogue  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago FO (Onus now on India to resume composite dialogue: FO)  Pakistan Press International2 weeks ago India should not have cancelled Foreign Secretary-level talks, says Pak PM Sharif  First Post.com3 weeks ago

Big plans to end India's coal shortage

India will allow locally registered foreign firms to mine and sell coal when commercial mining is permitted as part of the opening up of the nationalised industry after four decades, Coal Secretary Anil Swarup told Reuters.  To end a chronic coal shortage that cripples power plants and curb the country's imports of the fuel, the Narendra Modi government will also spend about $1 billion by 2019 to buy railway wagons and transport coal from remote mines, Swarup said in an interview on ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago India to allow foreign firms mine and sell coal - coal secretary  Business Standard4 weeks ago Coal India to benefit from mining reforms  Rediff.com1 month ago
Times of India

Kashmir missing from map foreign secy protests

During Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Queensland University of Technology (QUT), the Indian map displayed there had Kashmir missing from it, prompting a strong protest by Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh. "India's Foreign Secretary raised the issue ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Kashmir missing from map, official with Modi protests  Prokerala1 month ago Kashmir missing from Indian map at Aus varsity event for Modi  Business Standard1 month ago ​Kashmir missing from Indian map at a university event for Modi in Australia  Times of India1 month ago

India pushes for entry into elite nuclear groups

Foreign secretary Sujatha Singh told the India-US high technology cooperation group that the country's inclusion in the regimes would benefit US industry. NEW DELHI: Having got a thumbs up for compliance with global non-proliferation regimes, India has made a ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago
Times of India

Now, saffron outfit wants CBSE schools to drop foreign languages

Dinesh Kamath, all-India organizing secretary of Sanskrit Bharati and RSS pracharak for 33 years, says India is synonymous with Sanskrit.
 Times of India4 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Britain lauds inclusion of Libyan groups in terror list

British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has welcomed the UN Security Council's decision to put Libya's Ansar Al Sharia Benghazi (AAS-B) and Ansar Al Sharia Derna (AAS-D) in the list of terrorist organisations.Both groups have links with Al Qaeda and are ...
 Prokerala4 weeks ago UK can help achieve Narendra Modi's vision of transforming India, says British foreign secretary  DNA2 months ago UK can help achieve Modi's vision: Hammond  Business Standard2 months ago UK can help achieve Modi`s vision to transform India: Hammond  Zee News2 months ago

Pentagon's report an endorsement of India's long held position on Pak: Saran

Former foreign secretary Shyam Saran on Wednesday said the recent Pentagon report on Islamabad using militants as proxies against India is an endorsement of the long held position of New Delhi, and added that this would ultimately help in dealing with the ...
 Sify1 month ago
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