India denies to open upcoming UN vote on Ukraine

"As a matter of prudence and policy, we don't predict our votes in advance," Jaishankar said.

Indian climbers struck in Himalayas avalanche, death rises to 19

Police, disaster authorities and the Indian air force have been mobilised to help with search efforts, with 32 people successfully rescued from the mountain despite snow and rainfall.

Indian police arrests suspect on death threats to billionaire Ambani

Reliance said a call centre run by a company foundation's hospital received two phone calls on Wednesday threatening to blow up the hospital and kill Ambani

India exports $1 billion Apple iPhone in last five months

The outbound shipments of India-made iPhones, mainly to Europe and the Middle East, are set to reach $2.5 billion in the 12 months through March 2023

India makes high-altitude helicopters amid China tensions

The Light Combat Helicopters are seen as another milestone in Indian efforts to reduce dependence on Russia, its main source of arms, and other suppliers.

Indian jets respond to fake bomb alarm on Iranian flight

The Airbus A340 operated by Iranian carrier Mahan Air, with a capacity of between 320 and 475 passengers, was headed from the Iranian capital Tehran to Guangzhou in China.

Shangri-La hotels customer database in Asia hacked

The breach covered hotels in Hong Kong, Singapore, Chiang Mai, Taipei and Tokyo but the company said it had not yet been able to determine what data had been stolen.

Armenia signs arms deal with India amid Azerbaijan tensions

Order includes first-ever export by India of indigenous Pinaka multi-barrel rocket launchers

India selects ‘China expert’ as Chief of Defence Staff

Chauhan, described as a "China expert" by local media, had been serving as counsel to India's national security adviser after his retirement from active service last year.

US defends arms sales to Pakistan following criticism from India

US State Secretary Antony Blinken defended military supplies to Pakistan on Tuesday in response to criticism from India, a growing US ally which sees itself as the target of Islamabad's F-16 aircraft.

US secretary of state promises to address Indian visa concerns

US visa services are still attempting to clear a backlog after Washington halted almost all visa processing worldwide in March 2020 due to the pandemic

India cracks down on Muslim group

Numerous members of a Muslim organisation were detained by Indian authorities on Tuesday after they were accused of engaging in violent and anti-national behaviour.