Yeshi Seli

India accounts for only 5 per cent of global carbon emissions, says Modi at G7 summit

Meanwhile, PM Modi said the health of humans and the planet are interconnected, and this is why India had adopted the approach of “one world, one health”. 

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India, EU trade talks resume in Delhi after a gap of a decade

India is the EU’s ninth-largest trading partner with 2.4 per cent of the EU’s overall trade.

27 Jun 2022

PM Modi’s Emergency anniversary shot at Congress in Germany 

Lauding the contribution of the Indian diaspora, he said, “You are both India’s success story and the brand ambassadors of India’s success.”

27 Jun 2022

Ramayana train, hydropower project give boost to ties with Nepal

PM Modi had expressed his desire to see the completion of the pilgrim circuit when he visited Nepal in May 2018.

26 Jun 2022

G-7 invite not aimed at weaning India away from Russia: US

 India has been invited to the G-7 Summit not because the US is keen to splinter it off from Russia, asserted US National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications, John Kirby.

26 Jun 2022

WHO approves Hyderabad firm to make vaccines for Johnson & Johnson

"This is a great progress for Quad Vaccine and the US India Health partnership," said a US Embassy spokesperson.

22 Jun 2022

Indians barred from ‘high potential’ visas for UK

The closest India has in the QS ranking 2022 announced last week is Indian Institute of Science at 155.

22 Jun 2022

Maldives: Islamist group disrupt Yoga Day celebrations, six held

Yoga Day, celebrated annually on June 21, was hosted by the Youth Ministry of Maldives in collaboration with the Indian Cultural Centre.

21 Jun 2022

India, Myanmar land route trade likely to reopen after a gap of 2 years

Trade is likely to resume from Moreh (110 km from Imphal,  Manipur) Tamu border. A formal notification on resumption of trade is awaited and could come through any day now, say sources.

20 Jun 2022

Tagore & Gibran come closer a century after their meeting

The exhibition has been titled ‘Gibran Hosts Tagore’. It is the first exhibition on Tagore to have been organised in Lebanon.

19 Jun 2022

Sri Lanka hopes India will grant an additional line of credit to help them with fuel supplies

External Affairs Minister, Dr S Jaishankar on Saturday chaired a Parliamentary Consultative Committee meeting to brief members about India’s support for the island nation.

18 Jun 2022

Amid bilateral tensions, PM to attend BRICS summit hosted by China

The summit is unlikely to bring anything major on the table for India as there are many unresolved issues between India and China. 

18 Jun 2022

Indian medical students awaiting visas, desperate for return to China

The students say that they have been in constant touch with the Chinese embassy in Delhi, but their queries don’t translate into anything and they do not have any firm answer on what lies ahead.

16 Jun 2022

Jaishankar talks defence, trade with Spain minister

As a part of the contract Airbus Spain will supply 56 C295 aircraft, 40 of which would be Made in India, and agreed to further deepen defence and security cooperation.

16 Jun 2022

India, UAE, Israel trilateral has US as a partner and the grouping has been rechristened as I2U2

US is the latest addition to the grouping which is now being termed as I2U2 (India, Israel, US and UAE).

15 Jun 2022