The MEA has shared a YouTube channel link with all diplomatic and UN missions, saying it will promote good health and help reduce stress.
PM held a video conference with heads of Indian missions in China, US, Italy among others and complimented them on efforts to evacuate Indians stranded due to Covid-19.
The ICCR is moving its classes online through which people can learn classical dance, music, painting, yoga, and even participate in a global competition.
India has already assisted the Maldives in the battle against the coronavirus, and says it’s ready to help others too, as and when they ask for it.
During his address at G20 Extraordinary Virtual Leaders’ Summit, Modi stressed the need for a humanitarian, not just economic, approach to globalisation.
The 1960 Indus Waters Treaty mandates that the Indian & Pakistani commissioners meet once every year, a tradition that hasn’t been broken in 60 years.
The G20 countries are set to meet today via videoconference to deal with the ongoing deadly pandemic.
Germany has already obtained permission from Modi govt to send back its citizens stuck in the country, while others are still working to get the necessary approvals.
In the first batch, 278 Indian nationals will be brought and the remaining in the second batch. Most of these Indians are from Kashmir and Ladakh.
Addressing SAARC leaders and representatives on 15 March, PM Modi proposed an emergency fund with an initial offer of USD 10 million from India.