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After London attack, PM May demands more action against hate from social media firms

British Prime Minister Theresa May wants social media firms to do more to prevent the spread of extremist material online, her spokesman said on Friday, two days after a British-born Muslim convert killed at least four people in London.

Kansas shooting should be treated as individual act: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar

Kansas shooting should be treated as individual act: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said on Saturday that the Kansas shooting, in which an Indian engineer was killed, should be treated as an "individual act" and the American society was very much against it.

Foreign Secretary Jaishankar in Dhaka, meets Sheikh Hasina

Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Thursday called on Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and discussed preparatory aspects of her proposed visit to India this year.

Masood Azhar's actions are 'well documented', 'burden of proof' not on India: Foreign Secretary Jaishankar to China

Masood Azhar's actions are 'well documented', 'burden of proof' not on India: Foreign Secretary Jaishankar to China

India on Wednesday hit out at China for demanding "solid evidence" for getting JeM chief Masood Azhar banned by the UN.

Amid NSG, Masood Azhar deadlock, Foreign Secretary Jaishankar holds talks with China's top diplomat

Amid NSG, Masood Azhar deadlock, Foreign Secretary Jaishankar holds talks with China's top diplomat

China has been reluctant to support India's admission into NSG and back a United Nations ban on Masood Azhar.

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar gets one-year extension

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar, whose tenure was to end on January 28, on Sunday got a one-year extension.

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in US to meet President-elect Donald Trump's team

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in US to meet President-elect Donald Trump's team

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is in the US to hold a series of meetings with President-elect Donald Trump's closest advisers and Congressional leaders.

No 'message' on past cross-LoC strikes were conveyed to Parl panel: Foreign Secretary

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Tuesday said whether cross-LoC surgical strikes were undertaken by the army in the past only the military will know as no "message" about such assaults were conveyed.

India rejects Pakistan's proposal for talks on Kashmir; Foreign Secretary ready to visit Islamabad to discuss terror

India rejects Pakistan's proposal for talks on Kashmir; Foreign Secretary ready to visit Islamabad to discuss terror

India on Wednesday rejected Pakistan's proposal to hold Foreign Secretary-level talks on Kashmir and made it clear that terrorism was "central" to its relations with Islamabad.

 Boris Johnson claims India owes UK multi-million pounds

Boris Johnson claims India owes UK multi-million pounds

Britain's new foreign secretary Boris Johnson has told the Parliament that India is on a long list of foreign missions who owe the country millions of pounds in unpaid bills.

India will not oppose entry of any other country into NSG: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar to China

India has been reaching out to NSG member countries seeking support to its membership.

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar assures African students of safety; Ola driver assaulted by Africans

Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar on Monday assured a group of African students that the Indian government is committed to ensuring their safety and security even as an Ola driver was allegedly thrashed by a group of Africans after he refused to take more than four passengers in his cab.

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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- There is no record of Maulana Masood Azhar's arrest

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.