Ritu Sharma

Schindler’s city

If ghosts could give testimony to historical events, the ones in Kazimierz town of Poland would narrate a tale of human suffering and persecution.

16 Aug 2018

Pakistan Army crossed over LoC after mutilating Indian soldiers: MEA

India on Wednesday said it has provided Pakistan with "actionable evidence" of the Pakistani Army's involvement in killing and mutilation of two Indian soldiers on Monday.

03 May 2017

China needles India, ‘standardises’ six place names in Arunachal

India on Wednesday got a feel of playing Chinese checkers as Beijing announced “standardised” official names of six places in Arunachal Pradesh.

20 Apr 2017

Apart from Kulbhushan Jadhav, 362 Indians languish in Pakistani jails

What’s intriguing is that the MEA has not included former Indian Navy officer Jadhav’s name in the list of those incarcerated in Pakistan.

12 Apr 2017

Dalai Lama’s visit religious, don’t create artificial controversy: India

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) issued a statement enumerating six other instances when Dalai Lama, the “revered religious leader”, had visited the north-eastern state in the past.

04 Apr 2017

Nalanda University set to get vision makeover

The total number of students in Nalanda University during the academic year 2014-15 was 12, in 2015-16 was about 62 and during the current academic year 2016-17 around 130.

29 Mar 2017

Jaishankar to call on Moscow, wooing old friend back

Jaishankar would be in Russia over the weekend, one in the slew of visits that has been undertaken by Indian officials to mend ties with arch-friend Moscow.

10 Mar 2017

Donald Trumps India with win, MEA to tread softly on H1B path

The failure of New Delhi to grasp the seriousness of Trump’s campaign promises has left its strategy in disarray.

05 Feb 2017

India reacts cautiously to reports of Jammat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed's detention

External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said the government has seen the reports on the latest Pakistan Interior Ministry order.

31 Jan 2017

India not worried of Trump's Muslim ban, at least for now

Watchers of the India-US relation feels that Indian Muslims have little to worry about.

28 Jan 2017

India seeking NSG membership on credentials, not as gift

Ministry of External Affairs asserted that it was not seeking entry to the NSG as gift but based on its non-proliferation record.

19 Jan 2017

Nalanda University Chancellor quits, alleges external interference

Sources said the President, in his capacity as the Visitor of the university, approved the reconstitution
of the Governing Board.

25 Nov 2016

Time to capitalise on Trump’s election

US Ambassador to India Richard Verma described the elections as celebration of the American “democratic” election process.

09 Nov 2016

PM takes on Pakistan at BRICS, terms it mothership of terror

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the "most serious" direct threat to regional security was terrorism.

17 Oct 2016