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Who is Vishal Jood? An Indian national arrested for taking on Khalistani extremists in Australia

Vishal Jood, the 24 yar old from Haryana, has been languishing in a jail in the down in the country for two months now.

‘Need to set the record straight’: High Commission in London slams British Parliamentarians who made misleading comments about India

The Indian High Commission in London has issued a strong statement against British Parliamentarians.

London: Known Khalistani separatists seen at ‘anti-farm laws’ protest outside Indian High Commission, Khalistani flag raised

Vishwesh Negi from the Indian High Commission stated that the crowd comprised of anti-India forces, who wanted to exploit the farmer agitation for their own agenda.

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

Lord Shiva idol all set to be returned to India, was smuggled to UK in 2003 years after being stolen from Ghateswar Temple: Here...

A team of experts from the ASI had visited London in 2017 and confirmed that the same statue of Lord Shiva was stolen from Rajasthan in 1998

India to withdraw 55 staffers from the Indian High Commission in Islamabad in the next seven days

India to withdraw half of its staff from Indian High Commission in Islamabad, Pakistan also to reduce staff in High Commission in Delhi by 50%

Indian officials abducted by Pakistan’s ISI were punched, beaten with rods, made to drink dirty water and forced to confess ‘hit-and-run’

The two Indian High Commission staffers who were abducted by Pakistan's ISI and were later released on Monday were tortured to confess that 'they were involved in an accident'.

Pakistan to shortly release abducted Indian officials after MEA summons Pakistan High Commission. Read details

Authorities in Pakistan were asked to return the two officials to the Indian High Commission immediately along with the official car.

India and Bangladesh start five new ports of call and two more protocol routes to enhance connectivity and trade between the two countries

The number of Indo-Bangladesh Protocol (IBP) routes are being increased from 8 to 10 after an agreement between the two countries

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