Shivani Kumar is Digital News journalist, WION
Reassuring the Indian-American community, PM Modi charmed the audience of 50,000 Indian-Americans saying 'everything is fine' in almost eight languages.
National Basketball Association (NBA) India on September 12 announced that the first-ever NBA game in the country will be organised in October in Mumbai.
'Our various languages are an important identity of our liberal and democratic society,' PM Modi said.
External affairs minister S Jaishankar said, 'Let me make it very clear for a record, there is extradition for Zakir naik, we want him back and that is what we are working on.'
'There is a strong link between domestic and foreign policy, ' Jaishankar said
The corridor will be inaugurated just ahead of the 550th birthday of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak and will help millions of Indian pilgrims, particularly of Sikh faith.
Anas Mallick, Sidhant Sibal
The last time a Mongolian President visited India was in 2009 when the then Mongolia Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj visited India.
Among the complainants, one is a Japanese national and a Canadian national working in Japan; both allege that their employers sidelined them from their main responsibilities after they resumed…
The unidentified man then demanded to know why the British prime minister wasn't in parliament fixing 'the mess' he had created.
The pipeline from Motihari in Bihar to Amlekhganj in Nepal will transfer petroleum products such as diesel, LPG, aviation turbine fuel etc.
Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry or SCCI based in Peshawar organised the conference from September 4 to 8 in Azerbaijan.
Karan Singh, Sidhant Sibal
The foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale said, 'President of Mongolia spoke of the success India is having in mitigating the pollution due to stubble burning of wheat in the winter months.'
Indian High Commissioner Ruchi Ghanashyam met Director General (DG) of UK Foreign office and raised the matter of violent protest outside the High Commission.
Climate Change was the focus when PM held talks with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Sunday evening.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Bahrain during his ongoing 3-nation tour and met the King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and PM Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.