Syed Akbaruddin


'Syed Akbaruddin' - 156 News Result(s)

  • "All Paid," Tweets Top Diplomat On India's Dues To Cash-Strapped UN

    "All Paid," Tweets Top Diplomat On India's Dues To Cash-Strapped UN

    India has paid all its dues to the United Nations, top diplomat Syed Akbaruddin said on Friday, adding that only 35 of 193 member countries have paid their dues.

  • PM Invites Countries To Join Disaster Resilient Infrastructure Coalition

    PM Invites Countries To Join Disaster Resilient Infrastructure Coalition

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday invited UN member states to join the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure being launched by India, as he presented the country's "practical approach and roadmap" to mitigate climate change at the high-level UN Climate Action Summit in United Nations.

  • "Waited For Long To Greet You": Top UN Envoy Receives PM Modi In US

    "Waited For Long To Greet You": Top UN Envoy Receives PM Modi In US

    India's permanent representative to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin, who received Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the New York airport on Sunday (local time), said that the members of the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations have waited for long to greet the Prime Minister.

  • After "Howdy, Modi" Event, PM Arrives In New York For UN Meet

    After "Howdy, Modi" Event, PM Arrives In New York For UN Meet

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in New York Sunday night to participate in the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly after delivering an electrifying address at the "Howdy, Modi!" event in Houston to over 50,000 members of the Indian diaspora at a mega community event also addressed by President Donald Trump.

  • "Seen Many Theatrics": Syed Akbaruddin On Pakistan Threat To Raise Kashmir At United Nations

    "Seen Many Theatrics": Syed Akbaruddin On Pakistan Threat To Raise Kashmir At United Nations

    Rants and theatrics do not work at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), India's permanent representative to the United Nations, Syed Akbaruddin, said on Friday in reference to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's remark that he will raise the Kashmir issue at the annual event.

  • India Wants Coalition For Disaster-Resilient Infrastructure: Top UN Envoy

    India Wants Coalition For Disaster-Resilient Infrastructure: Top UN Envoy

    India, a leader in the International Solar Alliance, is looking at bringing together developed and developing nations for another coalition to focus on disaster resilient infrastructure to help nations build better after natural calamities, the country's top envoy to the UN has said.

  • PM, Ministers To Hold "Unprecedented" 75 Meetings: India's UN Ambassador

    PM, Ministers To Hold "Unprecedented" 75 Meetings: India's UN Ambassador

    India's engagement and outreach at the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, set to begin next week, is unprecedented and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United Nations will result in concrete, tangible, action-oriented outcomes, India's Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin has said.

  • "Pak Can Choose To Stoop Low, We Will Soar High": India Ahead Of UN Meet

    "Pak Can Choose To Stoop Low, We Will Soar High": India Ahead Of UN Meet

    India will soar high even if Pakistan chooses to "stoop low" at the high-level UN General Assembly session next week, India's top envoy to the United Nations has asserted, warning that Islamabad may want to mainstream hate speech after normalising terrorism in the past.

  • India Highlights "Terror From Beyond Afghanistan's Border" At Top UN Meet

    India Highlights "Terror From Beyond Afghanistan's Border" At Top UN Meet

    In a veiled reference to Pakistan, India has told the UN Security Council that the support and safe havens enjoyed by terror groups like the Taliban, the Haqqani Network, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed from "beyond Afghanistan's borders" must be addressed to fight the scourge of terrorism and ensure peace in Afghanistan.

  • UN Peacekeeping Currently In "No-Man's Land": India Calls For Reforms

    UN Peacekeeping Currently In "No-Man's Land": India Calls For Reforms

    India has told the UN Security Council that peacekeeping currently is in a "no-man's land" and called for next generation of reforms in peacekeeping based on incentivisation, innovation and institutionalisation.

  • Will Tackle Pakistan Wherever It Wants: Top Diplomat On World Court Challenge

    Will Tackle Pakistan Wherever It Wants: Top Diplomat On World Court Challenge

    Hours after Pakistan announced its decision to approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against the Narendra Modi government's decision to end special status to Jammu and Kashmir, top diplomat Syed Akbaruddin on Tuesday said that India was ready to fight its regional rival in any arena of its choice.

  • Watch: India's UN Envoy's "Hand Of Friendship" To Pakistani Journalists

    Watch: India's UN Envoy's "Hand Of Friendship" To Pakistani Journalists

    Syed Akbaruddin, India's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, made a symbolic gesture of extending "the hand of friendship" to Pakistan on Friday during a media briefing after the United Nations Security Council held a closed-door meeting to discuss New Delhi's move to end the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

  • "Entirely Internal Matter," Says India After UNSC Closed-Door Meet On J&K

    "Entirely Internal Matter," Says India After UNSC Closed-Door Meet On J&K

    India on Friday said that the country's national position was and remains that matters related to Kashmir are "entirely an internal matter", after a rare closed-door meeting at the United Nations Security Council to discuss New Delhi's move to end the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Terrorists Shouldn't Negotiate From "Place Of Advantage": India Tells UN

    Terrorists Shouldn't Negotiate From "Place Of Advantage": India Tells UN

    India has told the UN that terror groups enjoying "support and safe havens" to carry out terrorist activities in Afghanistan from across the borders (in Pakistan) cannot be allowed to negotiate from a "place of advantage" as the US and the Taliban are planning to meet for the next round of crucial peace talks in Qatar.

  • "Welcome Move Against Terror Group Head Responsible For Pulwama": France

    "Welcome Move Against Terror Group Head Responsible For Pulwama": France

    Minutes after India's ambassador to the UN Syed Akbaruddin tweeted that Pakistan-based terrorist Masood Azhar has been listed as a global terrorist by the UN Security Council, France in a statement said it welcomes the move that was won after years of efforts by several nations.

'Syed Akbaruddin' - 26 Video Result(s)

'Syed Akbaruddin' - 156 News Result(s)

  • "All Paid," Tweets Top Diplomat On India's Dues To Cash-Strapped UN

    "All Paid," Tweets Top Diplomat On India's Dues To Cash-Strapped UN

    India has paid all its dues to the United Nations, top diplomat Syed Akbaruddin said on Friday, adding that only 35 of 193 member countries have paid their dues.

  • PM Invites Countries To Join Disaster Resilient Infrastructure Coalition

    PM Invites Countries To Join Disaster Resilient Infrastructure Coalition

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday invited UN member states to join the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure being launched by India, as he presented the country's "practical approach and roadmap" to mitigate climate change at the high-level UN Climate Action Summit in United Nations.

  • "Waited For Long To Greet You": Top UN Envoy Receives PM Modi In US

    "Waited For Long To Greet You": Top UN Envoy Receives PM Modi In US

    India's permanent representative to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin, who received Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the New York airport on Sunday (local time), said that the members of the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations have waited for long to greet the Prime Minister.

  • After "Howdy, Modi" Event, PM Arrives In New York For UN Meet

    After "Howdy, Modi" Event, PM Arrives In New York For UN Meet

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in New York Sunday night to participate in the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly after delivering an electrifying address at the "Howdy, Modi!" event in Houston to over 50,000 members of the Indian diaspora at a mega community event also addressed by President Donald Trump.

  • "Seen Many Theatrics": Syed Akbaruddin On Pakistan Threat To Raise Kashmir At United Nations

    "Seen Many Theatrics": Syed Akbaruddin On Pakistan Threat To Raise Kashmir At United Nations

    Rants and theatrics do not work at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), India's permanent representative to the United Nations, Syed Akbaruddin, said on Friday in reference to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's remark that he will raise the Kashmir issue at the annual event.

  • India Wants Coalition For Disaster-Resilient Infrastructure: Top UN Envoy

    India Wants Coalition For Disaster-Resilient Infrastructure: Top UN Envoy

    India, a leader in the International Solar Alliance, is looking at bringing together developed and developing nations for another coalition to focus on disaster resilient infrastructure to help nations build better after natural calamities, the country's top envoy to the UN has said.

  • PM, Ministers To Hold "Unprecedented" 75 Meetings: India's UN Ambassador

    PM, Ministers To Hold "Unprecedented" 75 Meetings: India's UN Ambassador

    India's engagement and outreach at the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, set to begin next week, is unprecedented and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United Nations will result in concrete, tangible, action-oriented outcomes, India's Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin has said.

  • "Pak Can Choose To Stoop Low, We Will Soar High": India Ahead Of UN Meet

    "Pak Can Choose To Stoop Low, We Will Soar High": India Ahead Of UN Meet

    India will soar high even if Pakistan chooses to "stoop low" at the high-level UN General Assembly session next week, India's top envoy to the United Nations has asserted, warning that Islamabad may want to mainstream hate speech after normalising terrorism in the past.

  • India Highlights "Terror From Beyond Afghanistan's Border" At Top UN Meet

    India Highlights "Terror From Beyond Afghanistan's Border" At Top UN Meet

    In a veiled reference to Pakistan, India has told the UN Security Council that the support and safe havens enjoyed by terror groups like the Taliban, the Haqqani Network, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed from "beyond Afghanistan's borders" must be addressed to fight the scourge of terrorism and ensure peace in Afghanistan.

  • UN Peacekeeping Currently In "No-Man's Land": India Calls For Reforms

    UN Peacekeeping Currently In "No-Man's Land": India Calls For Reforms

    India has told the UN Security Council that peacekeeping currently is in a "no-man's land" and called for next generation of reforms in peacekeeping based on incentivisation, innovation and institutionalisation.

  • Will Tackle Pakistan Wherever It Wants: Top Diplomat On World Court Challenge

    Will Tackle Pakistan Wherever It Wants: Top Diplomat On World Court Challenge

    Hours after Pakistan announced its decision to approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against the Narendra Modi government's decision to end special status to Jammu and Kashmir, top diplomat Syed Akbaruddin on Tuesday said that India was ready to fight its regional rival in any arena of its choice.

  • Watch: India's UN Envoy's "Hand Of Friendship" To Pakistani Journalists

    Watch: India's UN Envoy's "Hand Of Friendship" To Pakistani Journalists

    Syed Akbaruddin, India's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, made a symbolic gesture of extending "the hand of friendship" to Pakistan on Friday during a media briefing after the United Nations Security Council held a closed-door meeting to discuss New Delhi's move to end the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

  • "Entirely Internal Matter," Says India After UNSC Closed-Door Meet On J&K

    "Entirely Internal Matter," Says India After UNSC Closed-Door Meet On J&K

    India on Friday said that the country's national position was and remains that matters related to Kashmir are "entirely an internal matter", after a rare closed-door meeting at the United Nations Security Council to discuss New Delhi's move to end the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Terrorists Shouldn't Negotiate From "Place Of Advantage": India Tells UN

    Terrorists Shouldn't Negotiate From "Place Of Advantage": India Tells UN

    India has told the UN that terror groups enjoying "support and safe havens" to carry out terrorist activities in Afghanistan from across the borders (in Pakistan) cannot be allowed to negotiate from a "place of advantage" as the US and the Taliban are planning to meet for the next round of crucial peace talks in Qatar.

  • "Welcome Move Against Terror Group Head Responsible For Pulwama": France

    "Welcome Move Against Terror Group Head Responsible For Pulwama": France

    Minutes after India's ambassador to the UN Syed Akbaruddin tweeted that Pakistan-based terrorist Masood Azhar has been listed as a global terrorist by the UN Security Council, France in a statement said it welcomes the move that was won after years of efforts by several nations.

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