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Launching the country’s vaccine drive in the fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), PM Modi said, “A vaccination drive at such a massive scale was never conducted before in history.”
Gupte joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1991. He has studied Mandarin, and has worked closely with China as Under Secretary (China) from 1995 to 1998, and during postings in Hong Kong 1998-2000) and Beijing (2000-2004).
North of country placed on high alert as locals fear many swept away by water
The Arab-India Cooperation Forum has held its third Senior Officials Meeting via video conference, on 12 January. The meeting was co-chaired by Sanjay Bhattacharyya, Secretary CPV&OIA) at India’s Ministry of External Affairs, and Ambassador Mohamed Abu Al-Kheir, Assistant Foreign Minister and Permanent Representative of Egypt to the Arab League. Other participants included Senior Officials from …
Over 3,000 sites across India to be virtually connected during launch, with about 100 beneficiaries to be vaccinated at each site on inaugural day
Egypt seeks to preserve heritage of whole world: Al-Anani
Vajpayee was first Indian official to deliver speech in Hindi before United Nations General Assembly in 1977
Indian investments in Egypt total over $3.3bn in broad range of sectors
The two special representatives undertook a frank and in-depth exchange of views on the recent developments that have occurred along the western section of the India-China border areas.
Indian government sources said that a physical fight had broken out between the two sides, with soldiers using batons and throwing stones.
Musicians come together to create song urging people to stand firm and thank frontline workers
Pair agree on exchanging experiences in combating pandemic, preventive healthcare
India has been able to limit the number of deaths to less than 200 in the 10 weeks since the first coronavirus case was detected, Kulshreshth said. He also said that a nation-wide effort to ensure hospitals are prepared to receive victims is underway in India to ensure enough beds are available.
Emotions have long driven creativity across the world, with people coming up with innovative ideas and ways of dealing with turbulent times. People use a myriad of methods, including spiritual practices, self-introspection, exercise, and especially art to express these emotions.
At least 40 Muslims were killed, hundreds wounded in Hindu attacks
Toba super-eruption was about 5,000 times larger than Mount St. Helen’s eruption
WhatsApp, Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram are still among the 5 most downloaded apps, but this time the TikTok app jumped from fourth place in 2018 to second place in 2019 due to its popularity in markets like India, the United States, and Brazil.
Two visits by Al-Sisi provided impulse for bilateral ties
Opponents say the law discriminates against Muslims, undermines secular constitution
The Indian Embassy in Cairo celebrated 25th year of the ‘Glimpses of India’ painting competition across the governorates.
The delegation participated in MACTECH
Ministers of Investment and International Cooperation, Trade, and Industry to attend the event
Two Pakistani soldiers and five civilians were also injured in the clash, Asif Ghafoor, director-general of Pakistani army’s Inter-Services Public Relations, said on his official social media account.
At least 35 people died in rain-related incidents
There will be wide range of technical sessions covering various sectors, says Indian embassy
Islamabad accuses New Delhi of launching 5th generation war on it
UN, EU, China, Turkey call for reducing tensions
Germany rejects Washington’s strategy toward Iran, suspicious about UK’s proposal
FM condemned Kismayo’s terrorist attack in Somalia which killed more than 26 people
Indian naval ship, Tarkash, arrived in Alexandria on June 28 for 3-day visit to participate in Western Fleet Overseas Deployment training programme