Foreign Secretary-level talks: Don't be in denial on terror, take visible action, India tells Pakistan

Foreign Secretary-level talks: Don't be in denial on terror, take visible action, India tells Pakistan

India and Pakistan on Tuesday held their first formal talks since the January 2 Pathankot terror attack with both sides indulging in some plain speak. New Delhi raised the issue of cross-border terror while Islamabad talked of the "core issue" of Kashmir and India's alleged involvement in Balochistan.

Name and shame countries that support terrorism: Foreign Secretary Jaishankar

India on Wednesday said countries that support terrorism must be named and shamed "relentlessly", asserting that tolerance for double standards on the issue of terror must be "equally frankly exposed".

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Will India pursue foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan? Decision today

Will India pursue foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan? Decision today

India will on Thursday decide whether to go ahead with the Foreign Secretary-level talks with Pakistan, scheduled on Friday.

Narendra Modi to hold high-level meeting on Pathankot terror attack - Part II

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Narendra Modi to hold high-level meeting on Pathankot terror attack - Part I

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India supports Nepal's new constitution: Foreign secretary

India on Saturday expressed the hope that Nepal's political leaders will display flexibility and maturity to ensure a durable and resilient constitution.

India rejects Pakistan's 'spy drone' theory, warns of retaliation if ceasefire violations continue

India rejects Pakistan's 'spy drone' theory, warns of retaliation if ceasefire violations continue

Amid heightened tension along their border resulting in casualties on both sides, India on Thursday warned Pakistan of "effective and forceful" response to unprovoked firing and cross-border terrorism.

Indian NSA, foreign secretary assess Nepal quake aftermath

Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary SA Jaishankar on Friday took stock of the situation in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Nepal and called for speedy distribution of relief material in some remote parts of the Himalayan nation where thousands of people are still deprived of food, medicines, tents and other essential items.

India assures quake-hit Nepal of all possible assistance

India on Friday assured Nepal that it stands steadfastly with the quake-hit country and provide all possible assistance, as top Indian officials met the Nepalese Prime Minister and reviewed the situation.

Foreign Secretary to visit Nepal tomorrow

Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar will visit quake-hit Kathmandu on Friday to take stock of the situation.

Govt launches national disaster helpline 1078

India on Monday launched a national disaster helpline 1078 as it intensified relief and rescue operations in earthquake-hit Nepal by deploying more aircraft and military helicopters which have brought back over 5,400 people from the Himalayan nation.

Hope to evacuate 1600 Indian from Nepal on Monday: Foreign Secretary

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Monday said that New Delhi hopes to evacuate around 1,600 Indian nationals from Nepal after a massive earthquake struck the mountainous nation, adding that the government is in the process of sending blankets to Kathmandu for those affected by the calamity.

India wants to see early promulgation of statute in Nepal: Jaishankar

 India wants to see early promulgation of Nepal's new Constitution to resolve the political logjam, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Friday said as he held "fruitful" discussions with top Nepalese leadership on their multifaceted bilateral ties.

Foreign Secretary conveyed to Pak India's commitment to resolve all issues: Govt

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar has conveyed to Pakistan India's commitment to resolve all issues within framework of Simla pact and Lahore Declaration if there was an environment free from terror and violence, during his trip to Islamabad two weeks back, government said on Thursday.

PM Modi successful on foreign policy front: Former NSA Menon

Shivshankar Menon, who had served as National Security Adviser and Foreign Secretary under UPA government, on Monday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been "very successful" in pursuing the foreign policy and observed there was continuity in dealing with India's external engagement.

If American "trumpet" was more certain in Asia-Pacific, it's helpful: India

India on Monday said if the American "trumpet" was more "certain" in Asia-Pacific region where the two countries have shared interest, it would be helpful.

India-US ties in 'transition mode': Foreign Secretary Jaishankar

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Monday said that the ties between India and the United States are currently in a 'transition mode', calling on both countries to be 'bolder' in their bilateral relations.

China welcomes Jaishankar's Pakistan visit

China on Thursday said improving ties between India and Pakistan was of paramount importance to peace and development in the region and offered its support to resolve bilateral disputes through peaceful dialogue.