Hailed by the world but ignored in India: PM Modi has taken India far ahead of most nations in tackling climate change
While the Modi government’s successful actions to address climate change in India have become a template for various governments globally, especially in the developing world, the achievements have been under-appreciated in India.
UN-affiliated group that demanded the release of chopper scam accused Christian Michel now wants Indian govt to ‘remedy’ Safoora Zargar arrest
UN affiliated WGAD is not a judicial body and its opinions are not legally binding on the Member States
The world praises India as Made-in-India vaccines arrive to help countries start mass-vaccination against Covid
Expressing gratitude, the CARICOM described India as caring country and an example of international cooperation.
North Korea raised concerns on human right violations in Australia during the universal period review at the UN Human Rights Council
“Pakistan can’t hide behind the smokescreen of UN resolution”: India slams Pakistan in UN over attack on Hindu temples in the country
India said at the United Nations General Assembly that Pakistan being a co-sponsor at agenda item 'Culture of Peace' was an irony
‘Disgraceful, wrong’: World leaders react to violent protests at US Capitol Hill, call for a smooth transition of power
World Leaders have condemned the violence in Washington DC's Capitol Hill by Trump supporters.
Pakistan Army Colonel converting UN mission employees, predominantly Christian, to Islam in Congo: Read details
A Pakistan Army official is accused of converting UN mission employees in Congo where Islam is in minority
UN Watch, a UN accredited NGO, has released of top ten human rights abusers of 2020 including countries like China and Russia.
United Nations classifies marijuana as a ‘less dangerous drug’, decision, for which India voted too, to help further medicinal use
With the categorisation of marijuana as a less dangerous drug, it is believed that the medicinal and therapeutic potential of the drug can now be recognised.
‘Why this selectivity?’, India slams UNGA for not speaking against persecution of followers of Indic religions as it does for Abrahamic religions
During 75th Session of the UNGA, India exercised its 'Right of Reply' and spoke on the selectivity of the UN resolutions passed last month.