Following the landslide victory of newly elected prime minister Narendra Modi, the government has been able to pursue an ambitious programme of much needed reforms.
Indian-American Richard Rahul Verma has been sworn in as the US Ambassador to India by Secretary of State John Kerry.
Importance of economic cooperation and improved connectivity for advancing prosperity of India and Bangladesh besides development of the region was discussed today when Prime Minister Narendra Modi met visiting Bangladesh President Abdul Hamid here.
Sixteen cases of transgression into the Indian airspace have been recorded this year from China and Pakistan, the highest since 2012, Lok Sabha was informed today.
Richard Rahul Verma will be sworn-in as US Ambassador to India tomorrow, becoming the first Indian-American to hold the post.
Pakistan continues to sponsor terror groups and hostile propaganda against India, and necessary steps would be taken to safeguard the country’s interests, the government told the Rajya Sabha today.
India today welcomed the US’ decision to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba after a gap of more than five decades.
India is working with its mission in Pakistan to prepare a strong response against granting of bail to LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, one of the masterminds of the 2008 terror attack.
Of the building materials used in India, aluminium and burnt clay bricks are among the most energy intensive, says a new study.
The India-US nuclear deal concluded between the previous Manmohan Singh government and the Bush Administration and has been stalled because of issues relating to liability laws.
Confidence among companies in Australia was second only to India in Q4 with an outlook index of 85, up from 75 in the third quarter, the report said.
Over 5,200 Pakistani nationals are overstaying in India, the government today said.
India strongly condemned the “barbaric” terror attack by the Taliban on a school in Pakistan that killed 141 people, mostly children, as UN chief Ban Ki-moon and the Security Council called for perpetrators of the “blood-curdling attack” to be brought to justice.