US snubs Pakistan, says India's entry to nuclear club is not about arms

US snubs Pakistan, says India's entry to nuclear club is not about arms

US State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner said that India's entry to nuclear club is not about arms.

India's NSG membership is not about arms, US tells Pakistan

India's NSG membership is not about arms, US tells Pakistan

In an apparent dissatisfaction over Pakistan's opposition to India becoming a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), the US has said it is not about an arms race, but about civilian use of nuclear energy.

Chabahar port deal 'not finished'; Pakistan, China welcome: Iran

Chabahar port lies outside the Persian Gulf and is easily accessed from India's western coast bypassing Pakistan.

Have broken middlemen-Defence Ministry nexus: Manohar Parrikar

The nexus between the middlemen, arms agents and Defence Ministry officials has been broken, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said today and termed it as one of the "biggest achievement" of the NDA government.

China to expand counter-terror cooperation with India: Official

China on Friday said it will expand cooperation with India to combat terrorism at the UN and other international fora, a day after President Pranab Mukherjee raised the issue of Beijing blocking New Delhi's move to get Pakistan-based JeM chief Masood Azhar blacklisted by the UN.

Missing Indian climber Paresh Chandra Nath found dead on Mount Everest

Paresh Chandra Nath's body was retrieved from above the camp IV on Mt Everest.

BrahMos supersonic missile’s land version successfully test-fired by Indian Air Force

BrahMos supersonic missile’s land version successfully test-fired by Indian Air Force

BrahMos is the world’s fastest anti-ship cruise missile developed jointly by India and Russia.

US Senate to vote to bolster defence ties with India

A legislative amendment has been moved in the US Senate to bring the defence sales with India at par with America's close allies and NATO members.

Peace is a two-way street, remove self-imposed obstacle of terrorism: PM Modi tells Pakistan

Peace is a two-way street, remove self-imposed obstacle of terrorism: PM Modi tells Pakistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he has always maintained that instead of fighting with each other, India and Pakistan should together fight against poverty.

26/11 attacks: US says it wants justice, asks Pakistan to ''cooperate'' with India

26/11 attacks: US says it wants justice, asks Pakistan to ''cooperate'' with India

The United States has called on the Pakistan government to cooperate with the Indian authorities to fully investigate the deadly 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai.

DNA: Analysis of why every third ATM in India is not working- Part II

Watch this special segment and get to know about RBI action plan against the problem of not working ATM.
To know more watch this full video here.

DNA: Analysis of why every third ATM in India is not working

Watch this special segment and get to know about RBI action plan against the problem of not working ATM.
To know more watch this full video here.

President Mukherjee lists 8 steps to resolve issues between India, China

Making his first state visit to China as head of the state, Mukherjee said while it was natural for neighbours to have differences of views on certain issues from time to time.

Separated Indian, Pakistani siblings meet in UAE after 48 yrs

Hamza Sarkar had gone missing first time from Kerala in 1951 when he was 11 years old.

India, China should resolve issues through political acumen: Pranab ​Mukherjee

India, China should resolve issues through political acumen: Pranab ​Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee said it was incumbent on India and China, as emerging powers, to remain equally focused on nurturing global prosperity.

SC relaxes bail conditions, allows Italian marine Salvatore ​Girone to return home

SC relaxes bail conditions, allows Italian marine Salvatore ​Girone to return home

The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed Italian marine Salvatore Girone to return home during arbitration into 2012 deaths of Indian fishermen.

Modi govt@2: Have an enormous task ahead, says PM

Modi govt@2: Have an enormous task ahead, says PM

'A path for accelerated growth has been set, what is needed now is that the state government pursue the changes.'

Six Indian students bag awards at prestigious Intel Science Fair in US

Six Indian students bag awards at prestigious Intel Science Fair in US

Student winners are 9th through 12th graders who earned the right to compete at the Intel ISEF 2016 by winning a top prize at a local, regional, state or national science fair.

Africa Day event to be held today after India allays 'Afrophobia' fears: Report

Africa Day event to be held today after India allays 'Afrophobia' fears: Report

African countries had earlier decided to boycott "Africa Day" celebrations in Delhi over the lynching of a Congo national in south Delhi last week.

Supreme Court to hear Italian government's plea on marine today

Supreme Court to hear Italian government's plea on marine today

Two Italian marines  - Chief Master Sergeant Massimiliano Latorre and Sergeant Major Girone - are accused of killing in 2012 two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast.