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New Delhi, Apr 19 (PTI) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday called off his planned visit to India next week due to the coronavirus situation, in second such cancellation over the pandemic.

New Delhi, Apr 19 (PTI) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will not visit India next week in view of the coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Monday.

2 days ago.New Delhi, Delhi, India
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will not be visiting India next week due to the COVID-19 situation in the country. (AP/PTI Photo)

  • "The two sides will be holding a virtual meeting in the coming days," MEA said
  • Boris Johnson was supposed to arrive in India on April 25
  • The countries were supposed to agree on a ‘Roadmap 2030’

New Delhi, Apr 15 (PTI) The Saudi Arabian government has located the grave of a Hindu man who was buried there as per the Muslim rights and is considering repatriation of the remains, the Centre ...

New Delhi, Apr 14 (PTI) Maldivian foreign minister Abdulla Shahid will begin a two-day India visit on Thursday with a focus on further deepening of ties between the two countries.

New Delhi, Apr 12 (PTI) India and the European Union on Monday reiterated their commitment to the shared principles and values of democracy, freedom, rule of law and respect for human rights, ...

New Delhi/Washington, Apr 9 (PTI) in an unusual move, the US Navy has announced that this week it conducted a freedom of navigation operation in Indian waters without prior consent to challenge ...

New Delhi, Apr 9 (PTI) India on Friday said it has conveyed concerns to the United States over a US Navy ship carrying out a freedom of navigation operation in the Indian exclusive economic zone ...

New Delhi, Apr 8 (PTI) Asserting that India has not imposed any export ban on anti-coronavirus vaccines, the Ministry of External Affairs on Thursday said the supply of made-in-India vaccines ...

6 April.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov with e External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. (Photo credit: PTI)

  • Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held a press conference in New Delhi
  • He arrived India on Monday for a two-day bilateral visit
  • He dismissed the possibility of a possible military alliance with China