The Army has apprised the PMO of the latest situation in Ladakh where Chinese troops have entered Indian territory in Chumar and have been engaged in a face-off situation with own troops for the last one week.
BJP has always shown a firm determination to resolve the issues concerning the ethnic Tamils in Sri Lanka and those pertaining to fishermen from Tamil Nadu, party national general secretary P Muralidhar Rao on Friday said.
America's power plants are among the leading global sources of carbon emission than the entire economies of Russia, India, Japan or any other nation put together besides China, a latest report said today.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh today held a series of meetings with prominent leaders of major political parties in Nepal including with President Ram Baran Yadav and underlined the need for an inclusive and federal Constitution for the country.
Taking potshots at the Narendra Modi government over its talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping, the Congress on Friday said good relations are important but not at the cost of "security and dignity".
The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to stay the Centre's notification allowing running of a new category of motorised four-wheelers - quadricycle - in cities across India from October 1 after a petition claimed that these vehicles were unsafe.
India is concerned at the current political impasse in Afghanistan surrounding the election results, as it reaffirmed that the reconciliation process in the war-torn country must remain "Afghan-led and Afghan-controlled" that respects the "agreed red lines".
Endorsing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks "appreciating" the patriotic spirit of Indian Muslims, BJP on Friday said he has spoken "from his heart" what he and the party always believed in and it will send an important message that will strengthen the nation.
Pronouncing foreign leaders` names is a headache for newsreaders the world over but on Friday it proved the downfall of one Indian newscaster, who mistook the visiting Chinese president`s name for the Roman numeral XI, calling him "Eleven Jinping" on air.
China today said President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to India has given a "great boost" to bilateral ties and the two sides should control and manage border disputes in a manner that does not impede growth of their relationship.