News Topic:Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)

India rejects UN experts’ concerns on ending of J&K’s autonomy

India on Thursday rejected the concerns expressed by UN human rights experts on Centre's move to scrap Jammu and Kashmir’s special status.

20-member European envoy delegation to arrive in J&K

A 20-member European envoy delegation is arriving in Srinagar on a two-day visit of Jammu & Kashmir on 17th of February.

COVID Rescue: India to operate 64 flights, bring home 14K Indians

India will operate 64 flights to bring back 14,000 stranded Indians from abroad. Majority of these flights are expected to be operated by Air India, while some might also be flown by private airlines and the IAF.

No more tourist visa for foreign Tablighi activists: Government

NEW DELHI — The government has decided not to issue tourist visa to any foreigner who wish to visit India and take part in Tablighi...

MEA suspends Passport and Consular services across India

In order to discourage social gatherings, Government of India has decided to close all the passport offices across India.

Anantnag girl pursuing MBBS found dead in Bangladesh college

SRINAGAR — A 22-year-old MBBS girl student from Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir died in Bangladesh, according to family members.Quratul Ain daughter of...

IAF pilot Abhinandan in Pakistan Army’s custody

NEW DELHI — IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman is in Pakistan's custody after his MiG-21 Bison was brought down in Pakistan administered Kashmir post...

Lost Mig 21, pilot missing in action, say MEA

NEW DELHI — Ministry of External Affairs Wednesday claimed that Indian Air Force (IAF) had shot down one Pakistani fighter jet and in the...

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Centre orders premature repatriation of IPS officer Rakesh Balwal to Manipur cadre

In a significant development, the Government of India has issued an order for the premature repatriation of IPS officer Rakesh Balwal to the Manipur cadre.
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J&K School Education Department proposes JKPSC-administered departmental exams for promotions

The School Education Department has proposed to conduct departmental examinations through the J&K Public Service Commission (JKPSC) to promote its employees.

31 militants killed in Kashmir valley this year: J&K Police

A total of 31 militants have been killed in joint operations in the Kashmir valley this year so far, police said here on Wednesday.

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Shia Muslims observe Ashura in Pulwama with communal support and devotion

In Gangoo area of south Kashmir's Pulwama district, the Shia Muslim community observed the sacred occasion of Ashura on Saturday with heartfelt mourning.