External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday conveyed India's security concerns to her North Korean counterpart Ri Su Yong here, emphasising the significance of peace and stability in the Korean peninsula for the country.
With a significant number of unskilled Indian workers facing trouble and legal action abroad, government on Friday said it has decided not to allow people without skill certificates to leave the country for overseas employment.
Axed from the post of foreign secretary two days ago, a "deeply pained" Sujatha Singh on Friday hit back saying that stories were being "planted" in the media to tarnish her reputation after having served for 39 years.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will travel to China on a four-day visit on Saturday during which she will hold talks on "issues of concern" with her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi and attend Russia-India-China (RIC) meeting.
In boost to their strategic ties, India and South Korea on Monday decided to enhance cooperation in sectors like shipbuilding, electronics, defence production, infrastructure and energy besides outlining mutual interest in areas of nuclear energy and cyber security.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will travel to Seoul on Sunday on a three-day visit during which India and South Korea will discuss ways to boost cooperation in key sectors like nuclear energy, trade and investment and defence, particularly in ship building.
On a day when over 58 persons embraced Hinduism in Kerala's Kottayam, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party appealed to all parties to support it over an anti-conversion law so as to put an end to the controversial trend.
India and Mozambique on Saturday decided to work together on issues relating to tackling the Ebola virus, which has reportedly killed over 1,300 in West Africa and played havoc with their economies, and gain through each other's experience in this regard.