All 39 Indians held hostage by ISIS in Iraq are safe: VK Singh

All the 39 Indians held hostage in Mosul town of Iraq by ISIS militants over a year ago were "safe", Government said today quoting multiple third party sources and asserted that efforts were on to secure their release.

Govt in touch with UK on new immigration rules

Government on Wednesday said it was in touch with British authorities to ascertain the impact of new immigration rules on Indian nurses in that country due to the newly introduced salary threshold of 35,000 pounds per annum.

Air defence gun deal shot in arm for Army

 The government's approval to the the purchase of 428 air defence guns at a cost of Rs 16,900 crore has brought a big relief to the Army which was relying on the 1960s vintage to protect its assets from aerial attacks.

Family members mark 30th anniversary of Kanishka bombing

Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh on Tuesday joined family members of the 329 passengers and crew, who died in a bomb explosion aboard an Air India plane off the Irish coast in 1985, to mark the 30th anniversary of the Kanishka tragedy.

No chance of Emergency-like situation: BJP's MJ Akbar
No chance of Emergency-like situation: BJP's MJ Akbar

After BJP patriarch LK Advani's remark that Emergency-like situation can once again arise in India, party leader MJ Akbar said that he thinks there are no chances of any such situation happening again.

OROP will certainly be implemented: Gen VK Singh

  Minister of State for External Affairs General VK Singh on Thursday asserted that one-rank one-pension (OROP) scheme would certainly be implemented.

Narendra Modi's ministers' love for yoga!

Watch how Modi's ministers swear by Yoga!

Swaraj meets envoys of African countries

 External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday met Ambassadors of African countries as part of preparations for the upcoming India Africa Forum Summit (IAFS) to be held here in October.

Centre assures of better facilities of Haj pilgrims this year

The Centre on Tuesday assured Haj pilgrims of better facilities this year by taking corrective measures to deal with problems faced by them last year when the state-run Air India was accused of mishandling their travel, causing long delay.

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India's youth will make it a 'Superpower': VK Singh

Minister of State for External Affairs General VK Singh said on Sunday that given the fact that India is one of the youngest countries worldwide, its youth will make the nation a 'Superpower'.

Amusing to see Rahul question PM Modi's commitment to development: VK Singh

Union Minister VK Singh on Thursday took a dig at Rahul Gandhi saying that it was amusing to see Congress vice president question Prime Minister Narendra Modi's commitment to development.

Muslims should educate kids: VK Singh

Union Minister of State for Foreign Affairs V K Singh on Sunday paid obeisance at the concluding event of the 803 Urs at Ajmer Dargah of Khawja Moinudeen Chisti and said that Muslims should pay special attention to the education of their children.

Dawood Ibrahim wanted to surrender? Former Delhi top cop Neeraj Kumar denies report
Dawood Ibrahim wanted to surrender? Former Delhi top cop Neeraj Kumar denies report

Former Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar on Saturday denied reports which quoted him claiming that 1993 Mumbai serial blasts mastermind, Dawood Ibrahim, was willing to surrender but CBI refused his offer.

We appreciated VK Singh's presence at Pak Day celebrations: Abdul Basit

  Pakistan High Commissioner to India, Abdul Basit, on Monday said that he appreciated the presence of Minister of State for External Affairs and General (Retd.) VK Singh at the Pakistan Day celebrations at the Islamic Republic`s High Commission.

Got no request from ex-Maldives prez for asylum in India: Govt

The government on Thursday said it had not received any request for asylum from former Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed before his arrest in February.

India committed to help quake-hit Nepal: President

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said India was committed to assist Nepal in every way possible in dealing with the situation after a massive earthquake jolted the Himalayan nation.

Earthquake wake-up call for govt; need better building tech: Expert

The powerful earthquake in Nepal is a "wake up" call for the government to determine how it deals with such calamities, seismology experts have said while calling for urgent advancement in construction technology.

Earthquake of 7.9 magnitude shakes Nepal, more than 1800 people dead
Earthquake of 7.9 magnitude shakes Nepal, more than 1800 people dead

A powerful 7.9-magnitude earthquake epicentred near Kathmandu ripped through the upper part of the South Asian peninsula on Saturday, leaving more than 1,800 dead in Nepal. 

Sri Lanka to send relief supplies to quake-hit Nepal

Sri Lanka will send relief supplies to Nepal after a magnitude-7.9 earthquake struck the country on Saturday, killing nearly 900 people.