India seeks German support for Ganga rejuvenation

Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharati Wednesday called for Indo-German cooperation in rejuvenation of the Ganga river.

Germany agrees with India on equal use use of GCF for adaptation & mitigation

 Germany today agreed with India's position that the funds in the Green Climate Fund (GCF) should be equally utilized for both mitigation and adaptation, a view which it were "opposed" to earlier.

Digital education product that allows independent learning launched

A digital education product that allows students from nursery to class 12 to be independent learners through connecting themselves online has been launched.

Barack Obama's speech revealed Modi's true colours: Lalu Prasad

RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Wednesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying his "divisive politics" was so apparent that the country, which gave Mahatma Gandhi to the world, is being sermonised by US President Barack Obama on the importance of religious tolerance.

India to hard sell Tejas at air show

India will showcase and hard sell its indigenous Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas at an air show here in February to prospective buyers from overseas, a top official said on Wednesday.

'Twitter accounts for only 17% of Indian social network users'
'Twitter accounts for only 17% of Indian social network users'

Reportedly, Micro-blogging site Twitter accounts for only 17 per cent of the total social network users in India, one of the world's largest Internet market. 

China says it attaches "great importance" to Sushma Swaraj's visit

China on Wednesday said it attaches "great importance" to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's visit here this week, during which she will interact with top Chinese leaders and attend the 13th Russia, India and China (RIC) Foreign Ministers meeting.

Is Mumtaz Mahal's body mummified in Taj Mahal?

The mystery surrounding Mumtaz Mahal's burial at the Taj Mahal has deepened with a book claiming that her body was mummified.

Want to resolve all issues with China honestly: Rajnath

India on Wednesday said it has "honest intentions" for an amicable resolution of the border dispute with China and has asked it to come forward to end the differences.

Obama's speech on tolerance is indictment of Modi regime: Gogoi

Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday termed US President Barack Obama's emphasis on religious tolerance as an indictment of "growing religious intolerance" during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rule.

India''s lone male tenor aims to sing opera in local key

When Anando Mukerjee tells people in India that he`s an opera singer, they are intrigued - and impressed. Opera is almost unheard of in a country obsessed with Bollywood spectacle.

Pakistan wants normal ties with `important neighbour` India: Nawaz Sharif
Pakistan wants normal ties with `important neighbour` India: Nawaz Sharif

A day after US President Barack Obama wrapped up his three-day visit to India, Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday claimed that his country wants good neighbourly relations with all countries of the region.

Obama impressed by hospitality at ITC Maurya

 "Awesome hospitality," was how US President Barack Obama described his stay at ITC Maurya, which hosted him and his wife Michelle during their second visit to India.

India important nation, can keep nuke weapon: Dalai Lama

Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, on Tuesday said although he did not support nuclear weapons but certain nations could keep them for the safety for all.

In India visit, US media sees geopolitical implications

Taking a generally positive view of US President Barack Obama's India visit, the US media has suggested that his personal chemistry with Prime Minister Narendra Modi had opened a new chapter in India-US relations.

Mann ki Baat: India, US share common concerns, Obama tells Modi

A pre-recorded special radio programme featuring US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was aired on Tuesday night, during which the two leaders agreed that they had been blessed with an extraordinary opportunity to serve their respective nations, despite their humble beginnin

Barack Obama wants to regulate drone use after White House incident

US President Barack Obama urged regulation of the commercial and recreational use of un-crewed aircraft -- or drones -- a rapidly growing industry, after one of those devices crashed on the White House grounds.

Barack Obama aide asks Congress for enhanced trade-deal

A senior Democratic senator's complaints today, and noisy protesters, underscored the Obama administration's challenge in seeking congressional approval for enhanced powers to reach trade deals with Japan, India and many other countries.

Pakistan opposes India's permanent UNSC membership

Hours after US President Barack Obama concluded his unprecedented second visit to India, Pakistan Prime Minister's Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz opposed India's bid for membership to the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and a permanent seat in the UN Security

DNA: Obama impresses audience with SRK's 'DDLJ' dialogue

US President Barack Obama who was on a three-day visit to India surprised everyone when he mentioned one of Shah Rukh Khan’s popular dialogue from Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge.

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