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‘It is better to call out hypocrisy of vested interests rather than allowing them to set narrative’, EAM Jaishankar slams agenda-driven ‘watchdogs’

External Affairs Minister Jaishankar said that there is a need to call out hypocrisy of vested groups which target India over several issues

Incidents of violence at Red Fort evoked similar sentiments and reactions in India as did the Capitol Hill siege: MEA

"Any protest must be seen in the context of India's democratic ethos and polity", said MEA spokesperson on the Red Fort violence

Indian crew on two ships stuck for months at Chinese ports as China does not allow them to unload cargo

China has allowed the ships of other countries to unload at its port but has kept the Indian vessels waiting.

India rejects Chinese claims as ‘factually incorrect’ after China blamed India for cancelling joint launch of commemorative stamp

Chinese embassy had cancelled the joint launch of the stamp claiming that India did not give feedback on time.

Complaint filed against William Dalrymple for flouting visa norms, trying to interfere in India’s internal affairs

Supreme Court advocate and author Monika Arora has stated that William Dalrymple has violated visa norms by trying to interfere in India's democratic process and trample on her freedom of expression.

VHP requests Pakistan to hand over the gold idols found in Multan to India, writes to high commission of Pakistan

VHP said that Pakistani media had broken the news of gold idols of Hindu deity being discovered in the Multan

MEA trashes Imran Khan’s rant of religious discrimination in India, says Pakistan should instead focus on its own dwindling minorities

MEA stated that Pakistan must instead focus on its own dwindling minorities who are subjected to discrimination.

On 45th anniversary of Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention coming into force, India invokes the Wuhan Coronavirus, calls for strengthening WHO

The Biological Weapons Convention came into effect in 1975 and 183 countries are parties to it. The convention calls for prohibition to development, production and stockpiling of biological and toxin weapons.

We have a responsibility, cannot bring untested people back to India in an epidemic situation: EAM Jaishankar on evacuating Indians amid coronavirus outbreak

S Jaishankar says untested Indians from foreign can't be allowed to enter India in the severe Epidemic situation.

As British MP peddles victimhood over deportation and ‘liberals’ target Modi government, here is why the claims are hollow

An India Today report quoting government sources has mentioned that the British MP's claims of 'being treated like a criminal' were totally false. She was treated with respect as would have been accorded to any member of parliament.

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