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Searches are being conducted at over 20 locations across the country, including those in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai and Chikkamagaluru.


'Appeal To The People And Government Of Pakistan...'

'... to take all possible steps to protect the constitutional rights of their minorities by ensuring their safety, security and well being'

'Patently Absurd'

Dec 20, 2011 S.M. Krishna

The complaint in a local Russian court, about a Russian language commentary on the Bhagwad Gita, "appears to be the work of some ignorant and misdirected or motivated individuals," says the EAM


'We Are Listening Carefully To Each Other'

Remarks by EAM at Press Stakeout with Foreign Minister of Pakistan

19 July, 2011

'Pledge Our Support To You In Your Fight Which Is Also Our Fight Against Terrori

Media

Joint Press Interaction of External Affairs Minister and Us Secretary of State


18 January, 2011

'A Dip Of About 30%'

Media

'The number of Indian students going to Australia has dipped...not only because of the problems associated with the students issue but also the strength of Australian dollar'


29 September, 2010

' Pakistan Cannot Impart Lessons To Us On Democracy And Human Rights'

S.M. Krishna

'Jammu & Kashmir, which is an integral part of India, is the target of Pakistan-sponsored militancy and terrorism. Pakistan must fulfil its solemn commitment of not allowing territory under its control to be used for terrorism directed against India'


31 August, 2010

'We Remain Committed To Assisting The People Of Pakistan'

S.M. Krishna

'Government has decided to increase its assistance to Pakistan from 5 million US Dollars, announced earlier, to 25 million US Dollars'


22 July, 2010

G.K. Pillai V/s S.M. Krishna

B. Raman

By publicly expressing his disapproval of the action of the Home Secretary, Mr Krishna has enabled his Pakistani counterpart to justify his obnoxious manner.


20 July, 2010

'Terrorism Cannot Be Compartmentalised'

S.M. Krishna

'The international community should ensure that there is no selectivity in dealing with terrorism... It is... essential to ensure that support, sustenance and sanctuaries for terrorist organisations from outside Afghanistan are ended forthwith.'


17 July, 2010

Ignore. With. Contempt.

B. Raman

The government of India, Mr Krishna himself and Mrs Nirupama Rao, our foreign secretary, need to be complimented for conducting themselves with great personal dignity


15 July, 2010

'We Have Agreed To Continue This Engagement'

Media

The press conference began on a calm and restrained note but the Pakistani foreign minister cracked under pressure of hostile questioning, ending up equating the home secretary's statements on ISI with Hafiz Saeed's jihadi rants against India


16 July, 2010

An Ill-Prepared Meeting

B. Raman

Instead of reducing the trust-deficit, the meeting seems to have added to it. The best part? That they are still talking of future talks.


06 April, 2010

Common Concerns

S.M. Krishna

The destinies of India and China were linked in the past. The growth of our relationship will be determined by the extent of our awareness that they are linked in the future as well.


26 February, 2010

'A Heinous Terrorist Attack'

S.M. Krishna

' This is the third attack on Indian officials and interests in Afghanistan in the past 20 months.... The scourge of terrorism must be resolutely opposed, resisted and overcome through undiluted commitment and effort by the international community'


26 February, 2010

'An Encouraging Step'

S.M. Krishna

'...Trust and confidence between the two countries must be restored. The sincere and genuine efforts made in past years in this direction by India have, however, been repeatedly thwarted by acts of terrorism'


Photo Gallery

Members of the Muslim community conduct Friday prayers in an open site amid heavy police presence, during protests by residents and members of various pro-Hindu organisations, at Sector 12 area, in Gurugram.

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Bihar Governor Fagu Chauhan presents a memonto to President Ram Nath Kovind at Raj Bhawan, in Patna.

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A worker arranges lanterns at a shop ahead of the Diwali festival, in Thane.

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A security person stands guard near the venue of Union Home Minister Amit Shah's scheduled public meeting, in Jammu.

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Workers weigh groundnut at Khetiwadi Utpann Bazar Samiti yard at Bedi in Rajkot.

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