Journalist Ankita Rao asked her father, a doctor, to spend time with her in India, volunteering at a medical clinic. Then she interviewed him about the experience.
James Bond is known for going up against international organizations and penetrating their defenses with aplomb. But with the release of ?Spectre,? the latest Bond adventure, the iconic British spy has finally discovered an opponent he can?t beat: the Central Board of Film Certification in India....
Muslims were the only religious community in India whose representation in the force was separately provided in the NCRB report. In fact, such data was first made public in 1999 during the Vajpayee-led NDA government.
Potholes of Bengaluru claiming a teenager's life and leaving another injured last week has once again flagged the need to have a policy to fix these potential spots for crashes on a war footing.
France and India to push for a global solar alliance at Paris Climate Summit.
Had Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel become PM, India would have "gone on the lines of Pakistan, our democracy would have collapsed", Dalit activist and author Kancha Ilaiah said at the Times LitFest on Sunday.
Chinese manufacturing is crumbling, so emissions will fall dramatically. Indian emissions, however, will rise fast.
Officials, however, told ET that they had only hired an IT solutions firm to manage the website of Paris climate change talks. - The Economic Times on Mobile
A week after the Congress and non-NDA parties shared the stage at the swearing-in ceremony of the Grand Alliance govt in Bihar, strains have come to the fore. - The Economic Times on Mobile
With the focus shifting to the next round of election-bound states, BJP is likely to make actor-turned-politician Rupa Ganguly, who joined the party earlier this year, head of the women's wing or Mahila Morcha in West Bengal soon.
Suspended IPS officer Amitabh Thakur has announced that he will soon join the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
"On the death anniversary of Mahatma Jyotirao Phule, the great social reformer who dedicated his life to women's liberation, a woman entered the sanctum sanctorum of the Shani Shingnapur temple"
Political leaders, artists and intellectuals have reacted against the statement of Kanthapuram A P Aboobacker Musalyar that equal status for men and women was against the principles of Islam. - The Economic Times on Mobile
*Cue the old man music* In my day, the best sports athletes of our time sat in front of a camera with their family by their side when they announced that..
Western Media ramps up anti-India chant ahead of Paris Summit.
Shunning coal is not viable for India. World needs to come together to make it cleaner argues Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian in The Indian Express.
After Muslim woman journalist V P Rajeena disclosed about how ustads used to abuse girls and boys in her madrasa days, the social media has witnessed debate on madrasa life.
The two biggest challenges facing India at the moment are corporate insolvency and rural distress. Yet, they struggle to make headline news
The Railway ministry for the second time this week, responded to a passenger's query on Twitter and provided assistance.
Ahead of the summit, India has been again targeted as a spoiler. It must stand its ground till the end.
Carbon Imperialism makes a debut in our strategic discourse as concerted attempts to box India at Paris Climate Summit, COP21, surface with an all too familiar good-cop, bad cop-routine by the West.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi began today's episode of #MannKiBaat on a very sober note when he talked about how floods in Tamil Nadu have dampened the festive mood of the nation.
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.
Talkathon was hosted on India's stand at COP21 with Union Minister for Environment and Forests, Prakash Javdekar gave the opening remarks at the Talkathon and Minister of State with Independent Charge for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal started answering the questions posed by the viewers.
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.