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  • Javadekar on Modi visit: PM's visit crucial for IndoUS relations Yesterday

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit is crucial for IndoUS relations, maintained Union Minister Prakash Javadekar. The Environment Minister is in the US, not as a part of the PM's delegation but to attend to the UN summit on climate change scheduled on Tuesday. ...
  • The CJ Show: Flood fury in Jammu and Kashmir 5 days ago

    We get you citizens' onground reports and a status check from the state of Jammu and Kashmir. ...
  • Saving the Ganga: The majestic and mystical world of Sundarban August 9, 2014

    CNNIBN's Environment Editor Bahar Dutt tracks the river Ganga, from the Himalayas down to the Sunderbans. The Sundarban is a UN World Heritage site over parts of India and Bangladesh. The name Sundarban comes from the Sundari tree found in the mangroves here. ...
  • Israeli PM accuses Hamas militants of using civilians as human shields July 20, 2014

    The death toll in Gaza over 12 days has crossed 300. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Hamas militants of using civilians as human shields and said his troops did not want to harm a 'single innocent person'. But the UN has estimated that more than 70 per cent of...
  • Getting ready for every possible scenario, says Israeli Prime Minister July 13, 2014

    Hostilities between Israel and Gaza have escalated again, following the killings of three Israeli teenagers and one Palestinian teenager in last one week. The UN Security Council called for a ceasefire between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants on Saturday. But Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has stated that the ...
  • India @ 9 with Anubha Bhonsle July 11, 2014

    Catch the day's top stories with Anubha Bhonsle on India @ 9. ...
  • Modi heads to US in September: Is Modi rebranding India's foreign policy? June 14, 2014

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to meet US President Barack Obama in a bilateral meeting in September. Modi has decided to go to the US for the UN General Assembly meeting and has agreed to have a bilateral meeting with Barack Obama. ...
  • No headway in three year Syrian crisis at UN peace conference January 23, 2014

    Talks to try and resolve the three year Syrian crisis have made no headway at the UN peace conference in Montreux. The country's government and opposition remain hostile over President Bashar Al Assad's future. The Syrian government and opposition met for the first time at the UN conference. Western countries...
  • Watch: India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai December 18, 2013

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • The Last Word: Are IndoUS relations being mishandled by both sides? December 18, 2013

    IndoUS diplomatic ties are passing through one of the most turbulent phases in history after India on Wednesday alleged that the arrest of Indian Deputy Consul General Devyani Khobragde could have been a US conspiracy. Six days after Devyani's shocking arrest in New York, the incident witnessed a dramatic twist...
  • News 360: Devyani moved to UN mission, Government says arrest a conspiracy December 18, 2013

    India has charged United States of America with planning the arrest of Devyani Khobragade in an alleged case of visa fraud related to her domestic help Sangeeta Richards. To ensure diplomatic immunity to Devyani, India has shifted her to the United Nations Permanent Mission in New York. ...
  • World View: Will the Manmohan-Sharif meet in New York be little more than a photo-op? September 20, 2013

    UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday expressed hope that India and Pakistan would discuss ways to address the tension at the LoC during a possible meeting of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly next week. ...
  • UN chief takes responsibility for failing to control Syrian war crimes September 12, 2013

    Meanwhile, US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet his Russian counterpart in Geneva on Thursday to discuss Syria issue. ...
  • US not to send troops to Syria, hints at limited military strike August 31, 2013

    US President Barack Obama on Friday said that troops will not be sent to Syria but hinted at a limited military strike after a report indicated that over 1,400 people were killed in the chemical attack by the Syrian government and its President Bashar al-Assad for the deaths, over 400...
  • World View: Death toll crosses 600 as clashes between Army and Morsi supporters intensify August 17, 2013

    More than 600 people have been killed in Egypt as supporters of ousted President Morsi clash with the Army. While the UN Security Council has called an emergency meet, the Muslim Brotherhood has called for a march to Cairo square. ...
  • Egypt violence: Death toll crosses 600, UN calls for maximum restraint August 16, 2013

    More than 600 people have been killed in Egypt as supporters of ousted President Morsi clash with the Army. While the UN Security Council has called an emergency meet, the Muslim Brotherhood has called for a march to Cairo square. ...
  • Manmohan Singh to meet Nawaz Sharif despite LoC killing August 7, 2013

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif next month on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) despite tensions over the killing of five border domination patrol members by Pakistani soldiers. External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said that the UPA government was taking steps...
  • Girls in Pakistan defy Taliban by going to school July 13, 2013

    In most places around the world going to school is not a life and death situation, but it is just that dangerous for many girls in Pakistan. With the shooting of Malala Yousafzai in focus after her UN speech yesterday, CNN's Saima Mohsin visits the Swat Valley to see what's...
  • Is UPA-II a lame duck government? March 20, 2013

    The government's attempt to reach a consensus on the Sri Lankan resolution failed on Wednesday as party after political party opposed a country-specific resolution. ...
  • Protests against Sri Lanka have taken form of terrorism: Envoy March 20, 2013

    Sri Lankan High Commissioner Prasada Kariyawasam spoke to CNN-IBN and slammed the US-sponsored resolution against the island country by calling it "unnecessary". He added that the protesters demonstrating against Sri Lanka are all "uninformed" and their agitations have taken form of "terrorism". ...
  • 'Last-minute changes to UN resolution on Sri Lanka unlikely' March 20, 2013

    UN envoy Dilip Sinha is in Parliament to meet PMO officials. He is briefing the government on amendments to the UNHRC resolution. ...
  • Resolution against Sri Lanka 'unnecessary', says country's envoy March 18, 2013

    Sri Lankan envoy to India Prasada Kariyawasam called resolution against the island country unnecessary and said it will create ill-will among certain communities. He also said that those protesting against Sri Lanka in Tamil Nadu are taking the form of terrorism. ...
  • DMK urges govt to push for amendments in UN resolution on Sri Lanka March 16, 2013

    With emotions running high in Tamil Nadu over the issue of war crimes committed against Tamils in Sri Lanka, the UPA government is under tremendous pressure from its ally, the DMK. The DMK has said that unless the UPA supports the amended resolution by the US in the United Nations,...
  • 'Climate change has been with us for quite some time' January 31, 2013

    Ali Tauqueer Sheikh, Director Asia, Climate and Development Knowledge Network talks about the significance of having special focus development of developing nations. ...
  • J&K is a bilateral issue between India, Pak: Khurshid January 22, 2013

    External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Tuesday reiterated that there was no likelihood of India allowing UN intervention in the ceasefire violations case. ...
  • Justice for Capt Saurabh Kalia: 'India pursuing matter with Pak' December 16, 2012

    Defence Minister AK Antony has said that India will pursue justice for Kargil war martyr Captain Saurabh Kalia with Pakistan. ...
  • Aakash Tablet maker asks Indians to 'discard inferiority complex' November 29, 2012

    Responding to the controversy over parts of the ambitious Aakash Tablet being made in China, its maker and Datawind CEO Suneet Tuli says it's a normal practice in the technology industry and that the Indians should get rid of such complexes. ...
  • Ban KiMoon to launch Aakash 2 at UN headquarters today November 28, 2012

    India's first indigenously created lowcost tablet Aakash will be showcased at the United Nations headquarters on Wednesday. India will be presenting a tablet to the representative from each country at the General Assembly which begins on Wednesday. UN Secretary General Ban KiMoon will launch the tablet at the invitation of Permanent...
  • Pirate problem a scourge that needs to be fought: SM Krishna October 2, 2012

    External Affairs Minister SM Krishna addressed the UN General Assembly in New York on Monday. In an exclusive interview to CNNIBN, Krishna spoke about the steps underway to tackle piracy and bring our captive sailors back. "Piracy is a scrouge that needs to be fought with the cooperation of other countries. Families...
  • Inside Syria: Refugees live on fragile hopes as war goes on September 28, 2012

    There is a crisis brewing for those who have survived the fighting in Syria. The United Nations' refugee agency says up to 7,00,000 Syrian refugees could leave the country by the end of this year, nearly 4 times its original estimate. However, as CNN's Ivan Watson found out, it's recently become...