Turkish President Erdogan’s comments on Delhi violence are factually inaccurate and driven by his political agenda: Ministry of External Affairs
India rejects global criticism of CAA, asks to refrain from making irresponsible comments on Delhi Violence: MEA
MEA slams inaccurate, misleading and irresponsible remarks on Delhi riots by foreign organisations and individuals
MEA slammed foreign organisations, media and individuals making factually incorrect remarks on Delhi riots politicizing the issue
“Pakistan is not in such a bad state to ask India for help”: Pakistani students abandoned in Wuhan place hate for India ahead of...
These Pakistani students abandoned by own govt refuse India's offer to evacuate them
Focus on protecting your own minorities rather than compulsively issue statements: MEA schools Imran Khan on CAB
Pointing to Pakistan’s “draconian blasphemy laws”, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar asked Imran Khan to pay more attention to this issue
Ministry of External Affairs gives a scathing rebuttal to the USCIRF over its unwarranted threats on Citizenship Amendment Bill
In a statement issued by the MEA, the ministry's official spokesperson said that the statement made by USCIRF is 'neither accurate nor warranted'.
Can’t form a nation by creating website: MEA confirms cancellation of Nityananda’s passport, comments on his bizarre claims
The rape-accused Swami Nityananda on his website claimed to have formed a new nation of his own called 'Kailaasa'
China has termed the bifurcation of the state of JandK as 'unlawful' and 'void' saying it was not effective as some of it is Chinese territory.
Ex-Maldivian Vice President Ahmed Adeeb Abdul was reportedly apprehended by IB officials from Tuticorin port in Tamil Nadu
International Court of Justice likely to pronounce judgment in Kulbhushan Jadhav case later this month
In February 2019, advocate Harish Salve had presented a strong case for Kulbhushan Jadhav at ICJ
London: South Hall’s Havelock Road, named after British general who fought Sikhs, renamed as Guru Nanak Road
The name change of a part of Havelock road in London's Southall district will come into effect early in 2021
Yogi Adityanath to visit Maharashtra to attract investments to UP, Uddhav Thackeray says will not let anyone forcibly take away businesses
Yogi Adityanath will meet several industrialists and celebrities during his visit to Maharashtra to encourage them to invest in UP
Blocked roads, shut shops, water scarcity: Delhiites suffer due to farmer protests while the state govt welcomes the protesters
Several roads connecting Delhi with nearby states have been blocked by police due to farmer protests, increasing traffic on other ones
As Justin Trudeau interferes in India’s internal politics, ‘liberals’ invoke ‘Howdy, Trump’ event to again spread lies on PM Modi
Leftist liberals started hoping on one leg after some social media users slammed Justin Trudeau for interfering in India internal matters
Indian security forces entered 200 meters inside Pakistan to unearth starting point of the tunnel used by JeM terrorists
On November 22, a 150-meter tunnel used by terrorists was detected by security forces in Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir
Indian man proposes to his Australian girlfriend during Ind vs Aus cricket match, here is what happened next
While India's performance has been below par, netizens found happiness in the unusual proposal that became the highlight of the match.
Shiv Sena to organise Azaan recitation competition, party leader calls it as important as ‘Maha Aarti’
Shiv Sena is to bear the cost of the event and will also reward the contest winners.
SFJ ads appear on YouTube offering $10m support for farmers, in return, wants Sikhs to join ‘Khalistan movement’: Details
Amid ongoing farmers’ protests in Punjab, Haryana, and Delhi, it is evident that Khalistani supporters have hijacked the protests and now, they are running ads on YouTube
Indian Idol contestant reveals how she faced opposition from conservative Muslim society as singing is ‘not allowed’
The Indian Idol contestant revealed how women in her society are looked down upon if they try to excel in any field.
Wife of late Wajid Khan writes on her sufferings in an inter-faith marriage, says anti-conversion law should be nationalised
Wife of late music composer Wajid Khan wrote how her husband and his family had been forcing her to convert to Islam after their marriage