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India working with Somalian authorities for return of 33 nationals stuck in Mogadishu: Jaishankar

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Somalia Somalia Country in the Horn of Africa

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Women's basektball a surprise hit in Somali capital [Video]

Women's basektball a surprise hit in Somali capital

VIDEO SHOWS: WOMEN AND GIRLS PLAYING BASKETBALL IN SOMALIAN CAPITAL OF MOGADISHU / INTERVIEWS WITH PLAYERS AND COACHES, WHO EXPLAIN SOME OF THE CHALLENGES THEY FACE, INCLUDING THREATS FROM AL SHABAAB

Credit: Reuters - Sports    Duration: 07:40Published
Somali women's basketball team thrives under pressure [Video]

Somali women's basketball team thrives under pressure

VIDEO SHOWS: WOMEN AND GILRS PLAYING BASKETBALL IN SOMALIAN CAPITAL OF MOGADISHU / INTERVIEWS WITH PLAYERS AND COACHES, WHO EXPLAIN SOME OF THE CHALLENGES THEY FACE, INCLUDING THREATS FROM AL SHABAAB

Credit: Reuters - Sports    Duration: 07:40Published

Subrahmanyam Jaishankar Subrahmanyam Jaishankar External Affairs Minister of India, Former Indian diplomat

India discusses further opportunities to work with UAE in a 'changing world'

Noting that the experiences from the Covid-era hold lessons for both India and the United Arab Emirates, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has discussed..
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‘Peace process must be Afghan-led, owned & controlled…’: S Jaishankar [Video]

‘Peace process must be Afghan-led, owned & controlled…’: S Jaishankar

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar called for an immediate ceasefire to stop violence in Afghanistan. While speaking at the Afghanistan 2020 Conference, Jaishankar said that peace process must be Afghan-led, Afghan-owned & Afghan-controlled. He said, “India has invested heavily in peace and development of Afghanistan. We strongly believe that the gains of the last two decades must be preserved and the interests of the minorities, women and vulnerable sections must be ensured. The increasing level of violence in Afghanistan naturally remains a matter of grave concern.” He added, “While we support all efforts to bring peace and stability in Afghanistan, India calls for an immediate and comprehensive ceasefire.” Watch the full video for more details.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 01:47Published

India thanks Bahrain for taking 'special care' of Indian diaspora during coronavirus crisis

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has thanked Bahrain for taking "special care" of the Indian diaspora in this Gulf kingdom during the coronavirus crisis...
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