New data shows Alibaba''s UC browser is beating Google''s in its key growth market.
If Prime Minister Modi makes tough decisions in leading his country forward, the 21st Century might end up being the Indian Century. But if so, he can'''t delay much longer in putting his words into action.
On Day 2 of the climate conference, two big wildcards came into focus.
The developing world may not lower its carbon emissions soon, but it can help push clean energy.
In a sharp attack on the proponents of manufactured intolerance, BJP MP Kirron Kher in Lok Sabha yesterday termed the hullabaloo over "rising intolerance" as a war of perceptions.
New Delhi''s need for cheap, dirty electricity could put it at odds with other countries at the UN climate negotiations
Results are out for the six municipal corporations, 56 municipalities, 31 district and 230 taluka panchayats elections held in Gujarat last month end.
In a fresh move opposing a secular Indian state from running Hindu Temples, Vrindavan's Bankey Behari temple priests have spoken unanimously against the Uttar Pradesh government's intent on acquiring the century-old temple - on the pretext of developing it.
It beats the daylights out of me that the Vice President of the Congress party Rahul Gandhi has a serious problem with cleaning up our own country - is he worried about the rot in his backyard ?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing Rajya Sabha today, reminded everyone of their responsibility towards the nation.
After the high court quashed former governor HR Bhardwaj's sanction to prosecute BS Yeddyurappa, a special Lokayukta court on Monday struck down four other FIRs against him.
Vellappally Natesan is rocking Kerala's Secular Consensus with his ongoing Yatra even as recent revelations of prevalent sexual exploitation in madrasas in Kerala expose the rot within the so called "secular" politics of the state.
Robust second quarter GDP numbers suggest that the economy is in early stages of recovery, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said today.
Slamming the Congress over its double standards on the issue of intolerance, BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi yesterday in Lok Sabha said that the freedom of speech was curtailed in the constitutional amendment by none other than Pandit Nehru in 1951.
Global Initiative of Academic Networks -GIAN aims to encourage International Academicians to engage with Institutes of India.
To create awareness about India's rich cultural heritage and its diversity among the Indian diaspora youth, the Ministry of External Affairs has launched a “Bharat ko Janiye” quiz online, as part of the Pravasi Bhartiya Divas to be held next year in January.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed COP 21 Plenary. On the occasion he also dedicated new edition of his book Convenient Action.
International Solar Alliance was the event that stole the show on the day one of COP 21. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was present at the launch of the Alliance and his contribution towards the use of Solar Energy was lauded by the world leaders.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted Mission Innovation an event hosted by the US President Barack Obama on the sidelines of COP 21.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended a special lunch hosted by President Francois Hollande at COP 21. Post which PM Modi had meeting with numerous world leaders on the sidelines of the COP 21 Summit.
Lok Sabha today witnessed uproar after CPI(M) leader Mohammad Salim alleged that Rajnath Singh had made few controversial Hindutva remarks. Singh denied the allegations outright and demanded an apology.
The attack on Charlie Hebdo office in distant France saw the Liberals unite over the need to protect the freedom of expression but not a word on the attack on Lokmat Offices in Maharashtra.