As old restrictions are eased, investors are flocking to e-commerce in the world's No. 3 Internet market.
"Bollywood's Biggest Star Defies India's Violent Bigotry" screams the Headline in The Daily Beast
Vellapally Natesan, General Secretary of the Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana Yogam, an organisation of backward Ezhava community, earlier in the week embarked on his highly publicised ‘Samathwa Munnetta Yatra' in a bid to unite Hindus.
Bihar's great festival of elections just got over. As a reporter on the ground among the people, it was a great experience. I share with you a few moments and observations.
Incidents like what happened in Paris on November 13 are routinely followed by expressions of condemnation and diplomatic sympathy.
Activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav have slammed AAP's new Lokpal Bill that differs from what was drafted during anti-corruption movement, terming it as 'Jokepal'.
In a brazenly shameful and unacceptable form of protest, a number of Jamia alumni have demanded withdrawal of an invitation to the Prime Minister of the country to be chief guest at Jamia Millia Islamia's annual convocation.
In the spirit of Limited Government which Prime Minister Modi had promised, it is high time Indian Council of Historical Research is shut down.
Narendra Modi Government is applying the formula of the Gujarat model into the national context. Implementing this model across the nation will entail dealing with far more complexity than at state level.
Bangladesh's fight against Islamist Radicals has not been an easy one as Sheikh Hasina remains steadfast in her approach.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi intervened and concluded the debate on ‘Commitment to the Constitution' in the Lok Sabha and paid glorious tribute to Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar the Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee.
Delivering an exemplary speech, Leader of the Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley today slammed the Congress on allegations of wide-spread intolerance in the country, pointing out that the state of Emergency imposed by Indira Gandhi in 1975 amounted to a dictatorial government practising intolerance.
With barely a few days remaining for the UN Climate Change Summit #COP21 in Paris, expectations from India to come on board and give in to the demands of the West- to reduce carbon emissions at the cost of development- are once again gaining momentum.
Didi as she is popularly known as, the Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee betrayed her double standards when she spoke in support of Aamir Khan's intolerance comments while being silent on the hounding of Taslima Nasreen.