foreign ministers

  • Shah Rukh Khan gets the biggest title of France

    Watch the proud moment of Shah Rukh Khan's life as he gets the biggest title of France, 'Knight of the Legion of Honour' from French foreign minister

  • Diplomacy continues to work Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid

    Mr Khurshid was reacting to Italy's decision to send back two Italian marines charged with the murder of Indian fishermen to face trial in India. The Foreign Minister also said that "nothing changes as far as the law is concerned." Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Foreign Ministers should talk to defuse LoC tension Hina Rabbani Khar

    Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar late on Wednesday night suggested that she and her Indian counterpart Salman Khurshid hold talks to defuse the tension building between the neighbours over ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC). Video courtesy: NDTV

  • War mongering from across the border says Pakistan Foreign Minister

    Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said that her country is committed to getting relations with India back to normal, and that the two neighbours cannot afford a setback to the progress made to improving ties over the past year. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Is Narendra Modi isolation ending

    On a day when Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi ended his month-long Vikas Yatra, he had some welcome news in the United Kingdom deciding to engage with his state for business and investment opportunities. With UK's move ending a virtual ban on business with his government after the 2002 riots, we debate if this is a sign that Narendra Modi is now acceptable on the international stage. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • RTI activist rejects Modi claim of 1880 cr spent on Sonia Gandhi foreign tours

    At a rally in Gujarat today, Chief Minister Narendra Modi said that the Centre has spent 1880 crores on foreign trips made by Sonia Gandhi, the Congress president. The Gujarat Congress chief Arjun Modhwadia retaliated by saying that Mr Modi should get a Nobel Prize for lying. And the RTI activist whose information was cited by Mr Modi has also refuted the Chief Minister's conclusion. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Feroz Gulzar describes reports of Hina Rabbani Khar Bilawal Bhutto affair as baseless

    Husband describes reports of Hina-Bilawal affair as 'baseless': Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Kashmir a symbol of UNs failure says Asif Ali Zardari

    Pakistan has once again tried to attract international attention over Kashmir. Addressing the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari brought up the contentious issue saying his country will continue to support the cause Kashmir and its right to self-determination. The Pakistan President said Kashmir is the biggest failure of the United Nations. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Nationwide bandh over fuel price hike and FDI in retail today

    Opposition parties have given a call for a nationwide bandh today to protest the government's reform measures announced last week. The government, taking some politically tough decisions had hiked the price of diesel by Rs. 5 per litre, capped the supply of subsidised liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders to six per household and cleared 51 per cent Foreign Direct Investment or FDI in multi-brand retail - reforms, which saw its biggest ally, Mamata Banerjee, pull out of the UPA. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Ready for mid term polls says Digvijaya Singh

    Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has said that if it boils down to mid-term polls after Mamata Banerjee pulled out of government, his party is ready to face the challenge. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • No love lost for Hafiz Saeed says Hina Rabbani Khar Pakistan Foreign Ministers

    Ahead of India-Pakistan Foreign Ministers' talks in Islamabad, Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar in an exclusive interview to NDTV has said that there's no love lost for 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Pakistani government and he is not a crony of the establishment. She also said that Pakistan will welcome any evidence against Saeed that can stand in court. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Time dubs Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as underachiever

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who has long been lauded for his pivotal role in liberalising the Indian economy, has been dubbed as an "underachiever" by Time magazine. The magazine says he appears "unwilling to stick his neck out" on reforms that will put the country back on growth path. Dr Singh, 79, is featured on the cover of Time magazine's Asia edition, which will be out this week. With his portrait in the background, the title on the cover reads The Underachiever - India needs a reboot. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • FDI Can Hillary convince Mamata

    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will meet West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today at the Writers' Building in Kolkata. In the meeting today, the US Secretary of State is expected to explore investment and trade opportunities in West Bengal and discuss the issue of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail with Ms Banerjee. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Malaysian official slams article on MH370 pilot

    Malaysian Foreign Affairs Minister Anifah Aman Saturday slammed an article claiming that Malaysia Airlines flight MH370's pilot, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, caused the aircraft to disappear when he committed suicide

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi leaves for Japan

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Japan Saturday morning on his first bilateral visit outside the Indian subcontinent

  • Narendra Modi criticises Pakistan's proxy war

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday condemned the "continuing proxy war by Pakistan" and said that the government is committed to make India self-reliant in defence manufacturing

  • 'An absolute emergency'

    Yesterday France held an international meeting to secure a long-term ceasefire in the Gaza Strip where an Israeli military offensive has killed hundreds of Palestinians

  • Dutch Twitter avatars go black demanding MH17 bodies' return

    Dutch social media users are turning their profile photos black and tweeting the hashtag #BringThemHome as anger mounts that bodies from flight MH17 have not yet been repatriated from Ukraine

  • Three Goa ministers, 4 MLAs spent Rs 13.24 cr on foreign jaunts in last 2 years

    Three Goa ministers and four legislators of the ruling coalition have spent a whopping of Rs 13.24 crore in last two years on travelling across the globe to promote tourism

  • Mahatma Gandhi's statue to be installed at Britain's Parliament Square

    A statue of Mahatma Gandhi would be installed by early next year in Parliament Square in Britain, the country he took on for India's freedom