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China provokes yet again by blaming India for the Galwan clash of 2020, India hits back: Here is what the MEA said
China has yet again resorted to making unfounded statements regarding the Galwan clash in 2020 and the MEA is having none of it
‘Don’t justify terrorism, don’t glorify terrorists’: What India told China at UNSC about the communist nation shielding Islamic terrorist Masood Azhar
EAM S Jaishankar on Thursday took a swipe at China, warning that countries should refrain from indulging in double-dealing and making distinctions between terrorists based on their political and geopolitical aims
8 European nations accept Covishield in their Green Pass after India’s warning to quarantine their citizens. Details
The EU Digital covid certificate or "Green Pass" will exempt those who are fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the EU from mandatory quarantine. The EU "Green Pass" is expected to come into effect from July 1.
‘Covid-19 is a shared global crisis. What others describe as aid, we consider it as friendship’: EAM S Jaishankar
Speaking on receiving help from foreign countries, S Jaishankar said that he would do everything in his power to help people in India to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Zealand embassy apologises after being questioned for appealing to Congress for oxygen, right after party’s Philippines embassy stunt: Details
New Zealand embassy has reached out for help to Youth Congress National President Srinivas BV, after party pulled off Philippines stunt
‘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.