Jinping realistic, more principled than his predecessors: Dalai

 Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama today hailed Chinese President Xi Jinping as "more realistic" and said he seems to have "more principles" than his predecessors.

Xi's India visit put ties into historic phase: Chinese FM
Xi's India visit put ties into historic phase: Chinese FM

 China has said President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to India has propelled bilateral ties into a historic phase and opened a new chapter in its neighbourhood diplomacy.

Indian-origin mother killed son in custody battle: UK inquest

 

London: An Indian-origin mother killed herself and her four-year-old son earlier this year by deliberately setting her house on fire after she lost his custody in a long-drawn court case, an inquest has concluded.

Territorial integrity of India is non-negotiable: MEA on Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's statement
Territorial integrity of India is non-negotiable: MEA on Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's statement

The Ministry of External Affairs on Saturday reacted strongly to comments made on Kashmir by Pakistan's Bhutto family scion — Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, and asserted that terrirotial intergrity of India was non-negotiable.

Will take back every inch of Kashmir, says Bilawal Bhutto; India terms comment as 'far from reality'
Will take back every inch of Kashmir, says Bilawal Bhutto; India terms comment as 'far from reality'

 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the 'Gen-Next' politician of Pakistan, has said that his Pakistan People's Party (PPP) would get back entire Kashmir from India.

No end to India China LAC stand-off

Despite an initial limited pull-back over some distance by Chinese troops at Chumar in eastern Ladakh to “tactical positions,” the stand-off between Indian Army and Chinese PLA troops that started on September 10 continued even after the departure of visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping, with Ch

Sushma Swaraj meets Bangladeshi counterpart

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali here in New Delhi on Saturday.

200 heavily armed militants waiting across LoC: Army
200 heavily armed militants waiting across LoC: Army

Around 200 heavily armed militants were waiting across the Line of Control to infiltrate into the Indian side even as the security forces foiled several attempts by the ultras to sneak into Kashmir Valley following the recent floods.

Modi too shrewd to be derailed by nationalist symbolism: Zakaria
Modi too shrewd to be derailed by nationalist symbolism: Zakaria

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is "far too shrewd" to be distracted by nationalist symbolism which would derail his growth agenda and embroil him in unwanted controversies, well known Indian-American journalist Fareed Zakaria suggests.

Pak girl in hospital in India, family seeks custody

A court here on Friday sought a reply from Pakistan's foreign ministry on a petition seeking custody of a five-year-old Pakistani girl who is currently hospitalised in India.

Army apprises PMO, Defence Ministry of situation in Ladakh

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.

India can learn from Scottish vote: Shashi Tharoor

The result of the Scottish referendumgave a "good and healthy signal" to the world and offered a lesson in unity to India, Congress politician and author Shashi Tharoor said here on Friday.

BJP firm on resolution of issues of ethnic Tamils in Sri Lanka: Rao

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.

India can learn from Scottish vote: Shashi Tharoor

The result of the Scottish referendum gave a "good and healthy signal" to the world and offered a lesson in unity to India, Congress politician and author Shashi Tharoor said here on Friday.

US power plants world's worst polluters: Report
US power plants world's worst polluters: Report

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.

US keen on strong military ties with India: Army Chief

 America is keen to sustain and strengthen its military relationship with India, US Army Chief said today ahead of the Modi-Obama Summit at the White House later this month.

Rajnath Singh meets Nepalese leaders

 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.

Good relations with China not at cost of security, dignity: Congress

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".

'Peace, tranquillity' at border imperative, Manmohan tells Xi

Former prime minister Manmohan Singh on Friday told Chinese President Xi Jinping that "peace and tranquillity" at the border is imperative and that all issues as agreed earlier should be resolved.

Delhi HC refuses to stay Centre's decision to allow quadricycles

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.