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India offers to temporarily give up veto power as permanent member in expanded UNSC

India offers to temporarily give up veto power as permanent member in expanded UNSC

India offers to temporarily give up veto power as permanent member in expanded UNSC

United Nations: India and other members of the G4 have offered to initially forgo veto powers as permanent members in a reformed Security Council as a bargaining chip to get the reform process moving.

'Convergence' on UNSC reforms, don't slide back: India

India has cautioned against questioning the "convergence" of views that took the negotiation process for Security Council reforms forward instead of building up on that progress.

''Convergence'' on UNSC reforms, don't slide back: India

India has cautioned against questioning the "convergence" of views that took the negotiation process for Security Council reforms forward instead of building up on that progress.

India criticises 'frozen' UNSC that represents small minority

India criticises 'frozen' UNSC that represents small minority

Making a pitch for rebooting the stalled Security Council reform process, India has said that to regain its "lost legitimacy" the Council should change to reflect the new world realities.

India lauds Fidel Castro in UN homage to revolutionary leader

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had called Fidel Castro as "one of the most important Latin American leaders of the 20th century".

India calls for action against Lashkar-e-Toiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed; warns Pakistan on terror

India calls for action against Lashkar-e-Toiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed; warns Pakistan on terror

India has renewed its demand for international action against terror outfits Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and "their shadowy supporters"

India slams UNSC, says world body takes 9 months to decide on sanctions against terror operators like Masood Azhar

India slams UNSC, says world body takes 9 months to decide on sanctions against terror operators like Masood Azhar

India has slammed the UNSC, saying the world body takes 9 long months to decide on sanctions against terror operators like Masood Azhar.

Diwali commemorated at United Nations for the first time

Diwali commemorated at United Nations for the first time

Diwali was commemorated for the first time at the United Nations, with the world body's imposing headquarters here lit up especially on the occasion of the Indian festival of lights.

Sell-by date of Pakistan's anachronistic approach over: India

Sell-by date of Pakistan's anachronistic approach over: India

Syed Akbaruddin strongly criticised the world body's inaction to come up with concrete policies and measures to deal with the growing scourge of terrorism.

India criticises 'unresponsive' UNSC for not sanctioning Masood Azhar

India strongly criticised an "unresponsive" Security Council on Wednesday for being indecisive on sanctioning leaders of organisations it itself designates as terrorist entities after China extended its "technical hold" on India's bid for a UN ban against JeM chief Masood Azhar.

Sell by date of Pakistan's anachronistic approach is over: India at UN

Sell by date of Pakistan's anachronistic approach is over: India at UN

India on Wednesday said that Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's comments describing Hizbul terrorist Burhan Wani as "son of the Kashmiri soil" shows that country's attachment to terrorism.

India ratifies historic Paris climate deal at United Nations

India ratifies historic Paris climate deal at United Nations

India on Sunday ratified the landmark Paris climate deal.

Pak not getting support at UN over surgical strikes: Indian envoy

Pak not getting support at UN over surgical strikes: Indian envoy

Hours after Pakistan's UN representative met Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon over the issue of surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, India on Friday said Islamabad has not found any resonance in the world body.

India hits out at 'subterranean' cover for terrorists at UN

India hits out at 'subterranean' cover for terrorists at UN

 India has hit out at the "subterranean" cover given to terrorists at the UN by China which has vetoed action against Pakistan-based masterminds of attacks on India, and demanded reforming the process of imposing sanctions on terrorists and their protectors.

Reform subterranean universe of UNSC sanctions regimes: India

Reform subterranean universe of UNSC sanctions regimes: India

India has called for reform in the "subterranean universe" of the UN Security Council's sanctions regimes as it criticised the lack of transparency in their functioning, saying principles of "anonymity and unanimity" absolve individual members of accountability.

Pakistan delivered a knock-out blow at United Nations by India - Full text of Syed Akbaruddin​'s speech

Pakistan delivered a knock-out blow at United Nations by India - Full text of Syed Akbaruddin​'s speech

India's Ambassador to the UN Syed Akbaruddin responded strongly to the remarks made by Pakistan's envoy Maleeha Lodhi on Kashmir and Wani's killing during a debate on human rights in the 193-member UN General Assembly.

Pakistan covets territory of others, uses terror as state policy towards that misguided end: India at UN

Pakistan covets territory of others, uses terror as state policy towards that misguided end: India at UN

Syed Akbaruddin, India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, on Wednesday strongly hit back at Pakistan for raising the issues of alleged human rights violations in Kashmir and killing of Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani during a debate on human rights.

As terrorists strike Dhaka, India calls for quick adoption of global anti-terror pact

As terrorists strike Dhaka, India calls for quick adoption of global anti-terror pact

As terrorists struck a massive blow in the region Friday, India called for quick action to adopt the long-stalled Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT) and expressed disappointment that the General Assembly failed to push for its early adoption.

India demands sanctions against new Taliban leader

Supporting New Zealand's position that the anamoly should be corrected, Akbaruddin said the new Taliban leader should be sanctioned.

Yoga postures light up UN headquarters ahead of International Yoga Day

The UN building was illuminated with striking images of various yoga postures, including from the 'Surya Namaskar'.