Tributes paid to Indian soldiers fought in WWI

India has paid tribute to the 1.5 million Indian soldiers in the UK who fought along with British troops during the World War I.

Motion on Pravasi Bharatiya Divas' success moved in UK House

A motion has been moved in Britain's House of Commons applauding the success of the recently concluded Regional Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Conference that was attended by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

Proud to be on Indian soil in UK: Dhoni

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni introduced his squad to the British Indian community at a special reception here ahead of the second cricket Test match which gets underway at Lord`s here Thursday.

India`s new envoy to UK presents credentials to Queen

Veteran diplomat and India`s High Commissioner to the UK, Ranjan Mathai, Wednesday presented his credentials to Queen Elizabeth II at the Buckingham Palace.

Ranjan Mathai takes over as new Indian envoy to UK

Ranjan Mathai, former Foreign Secretary of India, has taken over as the country`s next High Commissioner to the UK.

Ranjan Mathai is new envoy to Britain

Former Indian foreign secretary Ranjan Mathai has been appointed as the next high commissioner to Britain, it was announced Tuesday.

MEA discusses restoring supply of subsidised gas to Bhutan

Ministry of External Affairs has initiated the process of assessing the financial and logistical implications to ensure a quick decision on restoring supply of subsidised gas to Bhutan.

MEA discusses restoring supply of subsidised gas t

Ministry of External Affairs has initiated the process of assessing the financial and logistical implications to ensure a quick decision on restoring supply of subsidised gas to Bhutan.

Indo-Pak dialogue: India for keeping momentum `on`

India will work with Pakistan on scheduling of dialogue on various bilateral issues since the new government is now in place in that country.

`Reports of deal on drone attacks need to be substantiated`

India on Monday said it needs to see whether the media reports that Pakistan allowed American drone strikes on its soil under a secret deal are "authentic" or not.

Prez Pranab Mukherjee to pay state visit to Bangladesh

Seeking to convey India`s commitment to sort out unresolved issues with its eastern neighbour, President Pranab Mukherjee will pay a three-day state visit to Bangladesh from March 3.

Mathai meets top defence official, concludes US visit

Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai concluded his three-day US trip after his meeting with Deputy Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter, at the Pentagon on Friday.

Kerry meets Mathai; reaffirms importance of US ties with India

Newly-appointed US Secretary of State John Kerry met visiting Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai and stressed that there would be no change in India-US relationship.

US condemns Hyderabad blasts, offers assistance in probe

The United States strongly condemned the terrorist bombings in Hyderabad that killed a dozen people.

Ranjan Mathai to meet John Kerry

Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai will hold talks with US Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday during which discussions on cooperation in key strategic areas and the regional situation is likely to be the focus.

India`s concern over WMD materials going to terrorists

Voicing concern over sensitive materials and technologies falling into hands of terrorists and non-state actors, India asked international community to join hands in eliminating nuclear terrorism.

India, Japan to spur security ties

India and Japan held their second 2+2 dialogue involving their Defence and Foreign Ministry officials to expand security cooperation between the two countries.

Do not ignore the Israel-Palestine conflict: India to world

India urged the Security Council as well as the Arab League to "urgently facilitate the resumption of the Middle East Peace Process".

Krishna discusses Pak source of rumours with Mathai

Krishna discussed the issue of Pak-based hardline groups using social networking sites to fan communal sentiments with foreign secy Ranjan Mathai.

MEA to induct 500 officers to meet acute shortage

With India`s international engagements expanding at a rapid pace, the Ministry of External Affairs is facing an "acute shortage" of personnel and is planning to induct 500 officers.