New Delhi, Feb 11, Sri Lanka will seek “step-by-step reconciliation” with the Tamil minority and will never hurt India’s strategic interests, Colombo’s envoy said amid concerns about China’s growing influence in the island nation.
New Delhi, Jan 4 , Attacking Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for speaking in different voices at home and abroad on key foreign policy issues, senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Yashwant Sinha Monday accused the government of abandoning the G-77 developing countries by striking a questionable climate change accord at Copenhagen.
New Delhi, Dec 24, Clearing the confusion over the new tourist visa regulations, the government Thursday said a two-month gap between two visits is mandatory for foreigners holding long-term multi-entry tourist visas, but kept the rules flexible so as not to affect bona fide tourists.
Chennai, Nov 30, Candidates of DMK and AIADMK contesting the Vandavasi and Tiruchendur assembly bypolls in Tamil Nadu filed their nominations Monday.
Aboard Air India One, Nov 30, Amid apprehensions about radiation contamination at the Kaiga nuclear plant in Karnataka, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has denied any radiation leak and said there was “nothing to worry about”.
Port-of-Spain, Nov 28,Amid growing pressure from developed countries to accept carbon curbing targets, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Friday pushed for “an ambitious, substantive and equitable outcome” at the UN summit on climate change but warned developed countries against pursuing “protectionist policies under a green label”.
Port-of-Spain, Nov 28, The Commonwealth has an opportunity to lead once more, this time in the fight against climate change, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II said as she opened the summit of the 53-nation group, ahead of the UN Copenhagen summit on climate change.
Port of Spain, Nov 28, With ten days to go for the Copenhagen conference, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown to push for “a balanced, equitable and ambitious outcome” at the 192-nation UN convention on climate change next month.Port of Spain, Nov 28, With ten days to go for the Copenhagen conference, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown to push for “a balanced, equitable and ambitious outcome” at the 192-nation UN convention on climate change next month.
Port of Spain, Nov 28,A day after the first anniversary of the Mumbai attacks, Britain and France assured India about their intention to “stay the course in Afghanistan” and redouble their efforts to combat terrorism emanating from Pakistan and the region.
Port of Spain, Nov 27,If US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle wanted to charm their Indian guests at the first state dinner of his presidency, they appear to have succeeded hugely. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was lavish in his praise of the White House banquet Tuesday, calling it “magnificent” and “one of the best dinners I have attended”.