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AFI makes mandatory attending national camps for future national selections

AFI makes mandatory attending national camps for future national selections

The Executive Council unanimously agreed that athletes who are monitored within the system should only be eligible for selection to represent the country at international level

India win all three medals at Asian Para-Road Cycling C'ship

India win all three medals at Asian Para-Road Cycling C'ship

Nine members of Indian Para Cycling team are participating in the event under the aegis of Cycling Federation of India

Take all parties in Nepal into confidence before polls: Indian envoy

Outgoing Indian envoy to Nepal Ranjit Rae on Friday urged the government here to take all the political parties into confidence before conducting local bodies polls in May.

India, Bangladesh ink MoU for development of Sylhet city

India and Bangladesh on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the sustainable development of Sylhet city with financial aid from India.

Talks to declare Masood Azhar 'global terrorist' are in progress, says Chinese envoy

Talks to declare Masood Azhar 'global terrorist' are in progress, says Chinese envoy

China supports India on combating terrorism and a discussion to declare Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar a "global terrorist" is in progress.

Kansas shooting: Donald Trump is the primary reason, says Srinivas Kuchibhotla's relative

Kansas shooting: Donald Trump is the primary reason, says Srinivas Kuchibhotla's relative

US President Donald Trump`s "America First" rhetoric on immigration and jobs has fuelled a climate of intolerance.

India, Pakistan should maintain friendly ties: Nawaz Sharif

India, Pakistan should maintain friendly ties: Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said Islamabad and New Delhi should maintain friendly and good relations.

How delayed pregnancies beat sterilisation as a family-planning tool

In India, mothers aged below 20 years face 1.5 times the risk of losing their baby as compared with women aged 20 to 29.
 

Alarming rise of mental cases in India: Over 5 cr Indians affected by depression, 3 cr others have anxiety, says WHO

Alarming rise of mental cases in India: Over 5 cr Indians affected by depression, 3 cr others have anxiety, says WHO

HO document shows that while over five crore Indians, suffered from depression in 2015, over three crore others suffered from anxiety disorders in the corresponding year.

Indian man Srinivas Kuchibhotla shot dead in Kansas bar while watching basketball game - Know what happened

Indian man Srinivas Kuchibhotla shot dead in Kansas bar while watching basketball game - Know what happened

Adam W Purinton, 51, reportedly shot dead Srinivas Kuchibhotla, 32, and injured Alok Madasani at around 7:15 pm on Wednesday.

PM Narendra Modi clears Rs 17,000 crore air defence missile deal with Israel

PM Narendra Modi clears Rs 17,000 crore air defence missile deal with Israel

India will acquire the Medium Range Surface to Air Defence Missile (MR-SAM) system from Israel at a cost of Rs 17,000 crore.

After scrapping Big Three, ICC mulls changes in membership status: Report

After scrapping Big Three, ICC mulls changes in membership status: Report

Associate nations will have their membership status reviewed after every two years.

Chinese PLA delegation holds talks with Indian Army officials

A 15-member delegation of China's People's Liberation Army held wide-ranging talks with their Indian counterparts here and both sides agreed that peace and tranquility on the border was an important guarantor for expansion of ties.

India, China to cooperate on Afghan's development: Jaishankar

India and China have agreed to cooperate in capacity building in Afghanistan and support the government in the war-torn country, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said here today.

Masood Azhar's actions are 'well documented', 'burden of proof' not on India: Foreign Secretary Jaishankar to China

Masood Azhar's actions are 'well documented', 'burden of proof' not on India: Foreign Secretary Jaishankar to China

India on Wednesday hit out at China for demanding "solid evidence" for getting JeM chief Masood Azhar banned by the UN.

Russia still India's largest defence partner

Despite India expanding its military ties with the US, Europe and Israel, Russia remains New Delhi`s number one supplier of weapons with America at a distant second.

India, China hold first strategic dialogue; Jaishankar says "closer development partnership" unfolding

India, China hold first strategic dialogue; Jaishankar says "closer development partnership" unfolding

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar co-chaired the China-India strategic dialogue with China's Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui today.

Harmanpreet Kaur, Deepti Sharma star as Indian eves clinch thrilling WC Qualifiers final win over South Africa

Harmanpreet Kaur, Deepti Sharma star as Indian eves clinch thrilling WC Qualifiers final win over South Africa

The Indian Women`s team on Tuesday came out with yet another stupendous performance as they defeated South Africa by a solitary wicket to clinch victory in the thrilling final of the ICC 2017 Women`s World Cup Qualifiers here at the P Sara Oval.

Govt not to support Bill to declare Pakistan a 'terror state'

A Private Member's Bill, which seeks to declare Pakistan a country sponsoring terrorism, will be opposed by the government in Parliament.

India, Rwanda sign 3 MoUs, direct flight to Mumbai on cards

India and Rwanda have signed three agreements to boost bilateral cooperation in areas like science and technology, that includes setting up of an entrepreneurship development centre here, and starting of direct flights to Mumbai.