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SAARC: <strong>India</strong> terms terrorism as the biggest challenge for the region

SAARC: India terms terrorism as the biggest challenge for the region

25 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Identifying terrorism as the biggest challenge facing the region, India on Tuesday called for a "collective response" by SAARC to deal with the menace while pitching for 3Cs - Culture, Commerce and Connectivity – for deeper integration for peace and prosperity in South Asia.

Terrorism,   SAARC,   Sushma Swaraj,   neighbourhood first policy,   Culture,   Commerce,   Connectivity,   South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation,   ,  
<strong>India</strong> expresses concern over rising tensions in Jerusalem

India expresses concern over rising tensions in Jerusalem

25 Nov 2014

United Nations: India has expressed deep concern over the rising tensions in Arab-dominated East Jerusalem, stressing the need for restraint and avoidance of provocation, as it hoped that Israel and Palestine will demonstrate necessary political will to resume dialogue.

East Jerusalem,   Israel,   Palestine,   UN General Assembly,  Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Asoke Mukerji,  UNRWA,  
 Legitimacy of unreformed UNSC at stake: <strong>India</strong>

Legitimacy of unreformed UNSC at stake: India

20 Nov 2014

New York: Describing the composition of an unreformed UN Security Council as "anachronistic", India has said the legitimacy of United Nations itself will be at stake if its most powerful body is not representative of the international community.

United Nations,   UN,   UNSC,   UN Security Council,   Sumitra Mahajan,  
Nepal Army seeks two choppers from <strong>India</strong> at subsidised price

Nepal Army seeks two choppers from India at subsidised price

09 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal has sought to acquire two advanced light helicopters (ALHs) from India on subsidized price and New Delhi has taken the request positively, Foreign Ministry sources here said on Tuesday.

Nepal Army,   advanced light helicopters,   Foreign Ministry,   HAL-made Dhruv choppers,   Bilateral Consultative Group,  
<strong>India</strong>-US trade policy forum will help move past rhetoric: Expert

India-US trade policy forum will help move past rhetoric: Expert

28 Nov 2014

Washington: Terming Indo-US engagement as encouraging, US Chamber of Commerce has said the re-launch of a trade policy forum is a critical step in moving past rhetoric and building trust between the two countries.

India-US trade policy,   Indo-US trade policy,   Indo-US relations,   US Chamber of Commerce,  
<strong>India</strong> tight-lipped on the issue of hydrofluorocarbons

India tight-lipped on the issue of hydrofluorocarbons

19 Nov 2014

Paris:  India did not clearly spell out its position on the issue of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) during a key UN conference here as nations debated whether to set up a contact group for discussing the proposed amendment to the Montreal Protocol to phase down the harmful greenhouse gas.

hydrofluorocarbons,   HFCs,   Narendra Modi ,   Barack Obama,   UN,  
<strong>India</strong> demands greater share in UN peacekeeping mandates

India demands greater share in UN peacekeeping mandates

23 Nov 2014

United Nations: India, among the top troop contributors to UN peacekeeping missions, has termed as "regretful" that non-members of the Security Council, who provide troops, are not allowed to participate in its decisions on drawing up peacekeeping mandates.

India,   UN peacekeeping missions,   Security Council,   UN peacekeeping mandates,  
UNSC reforms necessary to make it transparent, credible: <strong>India</strong>

UNSC reforms necessary to make it transparent, credible: India

22 Nov 2014

United Nations: Pushing for early reform of the UN Security Council, India has said that involvement of alarger number of member states in the decision making process will make it more transparent, credible and representative.

United Nations,   UN Security Council,   UNSC,   India,   Asoke Mukerji,   UNGA,   India's Permanent Representative to UN,   Golan Heights,   Mali,   ,  
Extremist outfits catalyst for Indo-Pak conflict: Pentagon

Extremist outfits catalyst for Indo-Pak conflict: Pentagon

03 Dec 2014

Washington: The US should continue to push Pakistan to take action against all terrorist outfits within its territory, a top Pentagon commander has said while voicing concern over violent extremist organisations that could trigger another Indo-Pak military conflict.

Washington,   US,   Pakistan,   India,   Terrorists,   Violent extremist,   Indo-Pak conflict,  
<strong>India</strong> calls for political consensus on phasing down HFCs

India calls for political consensus on phasing down HFCs

21 Nov 2014

Paris: India on Friday called for a "political consensus" on phasing down climate-damaging hydrofluorocarbons and asked the UN to convene a special session of the Montreal Protocol to address concerns of developing nations amid efforts by US-led developed nations to push for a global treaty on HFCs.

political consensus,   climate-damaging hydrofluorocarbons,  Montreal Protocol,   global treaty on HFCs,   greenshouse gas,  

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