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Sidhant Sibal

Sidhant Sibal

Sidhant Sibal is the principal diplomatic correspondent for WION. When he is not working, you will find him playing with his dog.

Over 2,000 ceasefire violations by Pak this year, India asks Islamabad to stop supporting terror infiltration

The Ministry of External Affairs in a statement said, 'have highlighted our concerns at unprovoked ceasefire violations by Pakistan forces'.

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'Don't know much about': Imran Khan on situation of Uighurs Muslims in China

In an interview to Al Jazeera, as part of global media outreach about the prevailing situation on Kashmir, Khan said "frankly we have been facing so many of our internal problems right now that I…

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India calls Pakistan February 27 memorial 'lie, deceit, deception cast in stone'

The memorial was inaugurated on September 7, Pakistan's air force day and is located at Sargodha Air Base near the eastern city of Lahore. 

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SCO conference in Delhi: Pakistan absent from meet but sends representative for dinner

Pakistan's air attache Abdul Adil was present at the dinner but both the days' empty seats were seen at the conference hall where the meet was taking place.

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India removes 312 Sikh foreign nationals from 'adverse list'

Most of the Sikh Indian nationals on the list had left India to escape the authorities in the early 1980s in the aftermath of turmoil following operation Blue Star.

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India slams Pakistan at United Nations for raking up Kashmir issue 

Pakistan's permanent representative to the United Nation, Maleeha Lodhi, raised the Kashmir issue on Thursday during a discussion. 

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United Nations Human Rights Council members aware of our position on Article 370: India

Raveesh Kumar said, 'We are quite confident that the members of UNHRC, they are aware of our position on Article 370 and the steps we have taken in J&K to ensure normalcy'.

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We have urged Pakistan to show some flexibility: India on Kartarpur corridor

Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh has written to PM Modi and sought his intervention to make sure Pakistan withdraws the $20 service charge proposal.

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Any peace process in Afghanistan should respect political mandate: India

The foreign ministry spokesman clarified that there is no change in New Delhi's policy regarding the peace process in Afghanistan.

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Will keep trying for full implementation of ICJ judgement, says India after Pak rejects second consular access to Jadhav

On September 2, India had got its first consular access for Kulbhushan Jhadav in three years with Indian deputy high commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia in Islamabad meeting him for two hours. 

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India, Pakistan have to solve Kashmir bilaterally: Polish Deputy Foreign Minister to WION

Deputy Foreign Minister of Poland Marcin Przydacz visited India in the first direct flight that will connect capitals of Poland and India i.e Warsaw and New Delhi directly after a gap of 25 years…

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No second consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav: Pakistan 

'There is no other meeting,' Pak foreign ministry noted. 

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President Kovind announces Hindi Chair in Iceland University to promote the language

During the press statements, President Kovind said, 'I am also happy to announce that all formalities for the commencement of India supported Hindi Chair at the University of Iceland have been…

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India calls for direct talks between Taliban and Afghan government after Trump scraps dialogue 

Indian envoy lauded the Afghan cricket team for their recent victories. 

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'No truth to reports that India influenced Sri Lankan players not to play in Pakistan': Minister 

Sri Lanka sports minister Harin Fernando in a tweet said, "No truth to reports that India influenced Sri Lankan players not to play in Pakistan."

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