Passports with fee waiver for Kashmir flood victims

The government will issue passports with same validity and waiver of fees to those whose passports have been lost or damaged in the Jammu and Kashmir floods, an official said Tuesday.

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PM Modi, Obama to write joint editorial for top US newspaper

In a first, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama will pen down a joint editorial for a leading American newspaper, said MEA spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin after the two leaders met over dinner at the White House.

Narendra Modi, Barack Obama write joint editorial for US newspaper

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama have written a joint editorial for a leading American newspaper that will be published tomorrow, announced Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin on Monday, after the two leaders met over dinner at the White House.

Modi pitches for UN reforms before Ban Ki-moon

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for India's "significant contribution" to peacekeeping operations and voiced admiration for his focus on improving the socio-economic well-being of the country's people.

Watch: PM Narendra Modi’s maiden speech at UN General Assembly

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke in Hindi as he addressed the UN General Assembly session in New York .

Day 2 of Modi's US visit: After UNGA address, PM meets heads of Lanka, B'desh, Nepal
Day 2 of Modi's US visit: After UNGA address, PM meets heads of Lanka, B'desh, Nepal

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s speech in the UN General Assembly on day two of his visit to the US will be packed.

Case filed against PM Modi in New York on 2002 Gujrat riots 'baseless': MEA

Rubbishing summons issued by an American court against Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his alleged role in 2002 communal riots in Gujarat when he was the chief minister, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Friday termed the allegations as baseless adding that appropriate

Ansari to represent India at Afghan Prez's swearing-in

Vice President Hamid Ansari will represent India at the swearing-in ceremony of new Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani next week which will mark the first democratic transition of power after fall of the Taliban in 2001 in the trouble-torn country.

No Modi-Sharif meeting in New York: MEA
No Modi-Sharif meeting in New York: MEA

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is set to embark on a five-day visit to the United States, will begin his trip from September 26 to 30, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Tuesday, while stressing that his visit is signal of India's abiding commitment to multi-lateralism and desire to build strong ties with Washington.

Ebola causes postponement of mega India-Africa meet

The Ebola outbreak in Africa that has claimed nearly 2,500 lives so far has claimed a different kind of victim in India - the Third India-Africa Forum Summit that was scheduled for December in Gurgaon.

Territorial integrity of India is non-negotiable: MEA on Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's statement
Territorial integrity of India is non-negotiable: MEA on Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's statement

The Ministry of External Affairs on Saturday reacted strongly to comments made on Kashmir by Pakistan's Bhutto family scion — Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, and asserted that terrirotial intergrity of India was non-negotiable.

PM Modi presents map of 'historic Benares' to Kyoto Mayor: MEA

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) informed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented a map of 'historic Benares' to Kyoto Mayor Daisaku Kadokawa during his meeting here on Sunday.

'I am Modi and you are Mori': PM to Kinkakuji temple priest

"I am Modi and you are Mori!" This is how Prime Minister Narendra Modi charmed the head priest of ancient 14th century Buddhist temple - Kinkakuji- on the second day of his five-day visit to Japan.

A series of actions by Pak not conducive for FS meet: India

Making it clear that the August 25 Foreign Secretary-level meeting with Pakistan was not a resumption of dialogue process, India on Friday said the decision to cancel it was taken after that country took a "series of actions" which were not "conducive" to proceed ahead.

Pak`s mere denial will not drive away our concerns about terrorism: MEA

After Pakistan rejected Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s accusation that the South Asian country is waging a proxy war against India, the MEA said that the PM was articulating the core concerns in our relationship with Pakistan.

John Kerry visit to set agenda for PM Narendra Modi`s US trip: Akbaruddin

India on Wednesday expressed hope that US Secretary of State John Kerry`s visit to the country would set the agenda for Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s trip to the United States later this year.

Nearly 2200 more Indians want to leave war-torn Iraq, 1600 of them being given tickets

MEA Official Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin informed that around 1600 nationals are being provided with tickets by the Indian government for their return.

Indian nurses in Iraq are free, in touch with our embassy officials, confirms MEA

Assuring that Indian government will leave no stone unturned to bring back the Indians trapped in Iraq, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Friday confirmed that all 46 nurses who were yesterday held in ISIS controlled areas against their will have been freed and will reach Kochi tomorrow morning by a special Air India flight from Erbil in northern Iraq.

Iraq crisis: Nurses have sought refuge, many want to come back, says MEA

The Ministry of External Affairs on Monday said that around one thousand people strifed on Iraq have expressed their desire to come back to India.