Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven will be on a two-day visit to India this month to participate in the ‘Make in India Week’ here and will also meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a bilateral dialogue.
Indians have been "much too tolerant" of intolerance, Nobel laureate Amartya Sen said on Friday and asked people to "work hard" to preserve the tradition of tolerance and plurality which he said was not being done adequately.
The University Grants Commission said that several higher educational institutions are issuing "misleading" advertisements and offering programmes in "gross violation" of norms and asked students to not fall for them.
Three days before his government marks its first anniversary, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday promised an elevated two-level BRT corridor, a medical insurance scheme for Delhiites and piped water supply to almost the entire city.
Yumi, a Japanese student, who came to Delhi to learn Hindi, was spotted cleaning garbage in the country's capital. This girl was was also accompanied by her friends as they cleaned the garbage off of public places.
A plan of few JNU students to hold a protest march against the hanging of Afzal guru was foiled by the university authorities, who ordered cancellation of it as they "feared" that the march might "disrupt" peace on campus.