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Solution cannot be found on battlefield, Jaishankar's Stance on Russia-Ukraine Conflict
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Acknowledging that this position wasn't universally popular initially, Jaishankar reiterated India's belief in seeking peaceful solutions to conflicts. He drew parallels with the Israel-Hamas conflict, condemning acts of terrorism while also highlighting the importance of respecting international humanitarian law and addressing the underlying grievances of the Palestinians.
Normalcy in ties with China will only be achieved based on traditional deployment of troops: Jaishankar Emphasizes
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Jaishankar, addressing queries regarding India's current stance on its ties with China during an interaction with the Indian diaspora in the Malaysian capital, emphasized the paramount importance of securing the border as a primary duty towards the Indian populace. "“My first duty to Indians is to secure the border. I can never compromise on that,”" he stated firmly.
Promoting Fairness and Transparency: US Stance on Kejriwal's Arrest
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During a State Department briefing, spokesperson Matthew Miller addressed the issue, stating that the US closely monitors developments, including Kejriwal's arrest. He refrained from divulging details of private diplomatic discussions but reiterated the US stance on advocating fair legal processes.
Jaishankar Meets Malaysian PM Ibrahim, Commends Vision for Enhanced Bilateral Relations
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Jaishankar conveyed warm regards from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, underscoring the significance of their engagement. He commended Anwar Ibrahim's forward-looking approach to enhancing the India-Malaysia relationship, spanning both traditional and contemporary domains. Emphasizing the need for an ambitious agenda, Jaishankar acknowledged the invaluable guidance and insights provided by Anwar Ibrahim on regional developments.
Biden Commends Swift Response of Indian Crew After Baltimore Bridge Collision
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The collapse of Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge, stretching over 2.6 kilometers, occurred early Tuesday morning following the collision with the container ship operated entirely by Indian crew members. The collision, possibly resulting in the loss of six lives, brought one of the northeast US's vital ports to a standstill.
Israeli Negotiators Recall from Qatar as Hamas Rejects Truce Agreement
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The delegation, led by Mossad chief David Barnea, had been engaged in discussions in Doha for a period of eight days.
Indian Embassy Expresses Condolences for Tragic Incident at Baltimore Bridge
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The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, spanning over 2.6 kilometers, collapsed when the container ship, flagged from Singapore under the name 'Dali,' collided with one of its supports in the early hours of Tuesday. According to officials, the ship encountered a "power issue" and issued a distress call moments before the collision.
Gratitude from Philippines President to India for Saving Filipino Crew from Houthi Missile Attack
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Following an attack by a Houthi missile strike on the MV Confidence while navigating the Gulf of Aden on March 6, the Indian Navy's medical team promptly rescued all crew members and administered critical care.
Extended Legal Limbo: Julian Assange's Extradition Decision Delayed
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The court's summary of the judgment outlined that if the US fails to provide these assurances, Assange will be granted leave to appeal, leading to a subsequent appeal hearing.
China Urges Investigation Following Fatal Suicide Attack on Chinese Nationals in Pakistan
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The Chinese Embassy in Pakistan has urged for a thorough investigation into the assault. In an official statement, the Embassy stated, "The Chinese Embassy and consulates in Pakistan have swiftly initiated emergency procedures, urging Pakistani authorities to conduct a comprehensive investigation into the attack, bring the perpetrators to justice, and implement tangible measures to ensure the safety of Chinese citizens."
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