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Pakistani family pardons Indians for murder in UAE

The family of a Pakistani man, allegedly murdered by 10 Indians in Abu Dhabi in 2015, has pardoned the convicts facing death sentence.

Indian's killing: Mission officials rush to Kansas

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday expressed shock over the shooting incident in the US in which an Indian-origin man was killed and another injured, and said that two Indian Embassy officials have rushed to the state of Kansas where the incident took place.

Report of 150 bodies of Indians lying in Saudi Arabia factually misleading: MEA

Report of 150 bodies of Indians lying in Saudi Arabia factually misleading: MEA

Terming the figures "misleading and completely false", MEA official spokesperson Vikas Swarup said there are only 10 cases pertaining to the same.

India taking 'softer line' towards Sirisena Govt: Rajapaksa

India taking 'softer line' towards Sirisena Govt: Rajapaksa

Rajapaksa's visit to China assumes much significance in the wake of a recent public spat between Beijing and Colombo.

2 Indian men deported for molesting Taiwanese girl in China

Two Indian men, who were detained for over a week in China for allegedly molesting a Taiwanese tourist in a lift of a hotel here, were on Monday deported to India.

No Indian casualties in Kuwait fire

No Indian was among the 10 people who died in fire at a villa in Kuwait, the Ministry of External Affairs announced on Thursday.

India alerts citizens in China over 'imposter'

The imposter contacted the victim over phone stating that the host government was considering deporting and arresting them for providing false information pertaining to immigration details.

Three Indians illegally detained in Italy, freed

Embassy spokesperson said that all three Indian nationals were lodged at the Indian embassy premises and provided adequate care.

Infosys employee, missing after Brussels attack, confirmed dead

Infosys employee, missing after Brussels attack, confirmed dead

Missing Infosys employee has been confirmed killed in the Brussels terrorist attack.

Sushma Swaraj seeks report from China mission on detained Indian businessman

India has sought  a report from the Indian embassy in Beijing regarding an Indian national who was detained in the Chinese city of Shenzhen.

Stray bullets kill Indian in Saudi Arabia

Sushma Swaraj said stray bullets hit four Indians during a shootout in a security operation in Awamia in the kingdom on Wednesday. 

Affair between MEA worker, Chinese national employed in Indian Embassy in Beijing raises alarm

Affair between MEA worker, Chinese national employed in Indian Embassy in Beijing raises alarm

A 'months-long' affair between an MEA employee posted in Beijing and a Chinese national has sent alarm bells ringing.

Indian embassy reaches out to distressed Indians in Saudi Arabia

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said that Indian embassy officials in Saudi

Ahmad Javed appointed Indian envoy to Saudi Arabia

The post of Ambassador in Indian Embassy in Riyadh is lying vacant since April.

Nepal Maoists burn Indian embassy vehicle, officials say accident

 

Kathmandu: Members of the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist on Saturday said they set on fire a vehicle belonging to the Indian embassy here. However, both police and embassy officials refuted the claim.

No Indian casualties so far in Paris terror attacks

There have been no Indian casualties so far in the horrific Paris attacks where around 160 people are feared dead.

Paris terror attacks: Indian Embassy opens helpline number

The deadly attack reportedly began in the French capital at a soccer stadium where a match was underway as explosions set off.

Have fought terrorism all my life, says Chhota Rajan; will he help India nab Dawood Ibrahim?

Have fought terrorism all my life, says Chhota Rajan; will he help India nab Dawood Ibrahim?

The fugitive gangster Chhota Rajan said on Sunday that 'he had fought terrorism all his life'.

Indian diplomat meets underworld don Chhota Rajan in Indonesia

Sanjeev Agarwal, First Secretary at Indian Embassy in Jakarta, met underworld don Chhota Rajan on Sunday.

India sending 35 ITBP commandos to guard Afghanistan missions

India has decided to enhance the security of its mission and consulates in Afghanistan by deploying about three dozen more ITBP commandos at these facilities.