Delhi polls: Is Kejriwal speaking the separatist's language?

BJP in its five questions posed to AAP Leader Arvind Kejriwal has asked him to explain his party's link with the foreign volunteers asking the people of Delhi to vote for AAP.

Delhi polls: Is Kejriwal speaking the separatist's language? Part-2

BJP in its five questions posed to AAP Leader Arvind Kejriwal has asked him to explain his party's link with the foreign volunteers asking the people of Delhi to vote for AAP.

Obama's message on tolerance was 'universal': US ambassador

Days after the US President made a strong pitch for religious tolerance during an address here, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma on Friday downplayed that it was a subtle message to India, saying Barack Obama's message was "universal" and he was speaking as much for American people as for Indians.

Dismal India need to raise their standard as World Cup looms
Dismal India need to raise their standard as World Cup looms

India were ousted from the ODI tri-series by England who scripted a three-wicket victory against MS Dhoni's side in Perth on Friday. England booked their place in the final and will play giants Australia. For India their sorry state of affairs outside the sub-continent continued as the side failed to register a single victory in the tri-series.

Attack against minorities in India increases: US lawmaker

As many as 38 incidents targeting the Christian community in India were reported in the last two months of 2014, a Republican lawmaker has claimed, alleging that there is rise in attack against the minorities.

Pakistan fears arms race in South Asia

Pakistan has said the Indo-US agreements signed during President Barack Obama's visit to New Delhi would spark an arms race in South Asia, days after the US and India reached a nuclear trade breakthrough and agreed to extend defence cooperation for another ten year.

Chinese Ambassador meets India’s new foreign secretary S Jaishankar

Chinese ambassador to India Le Yucheng met India’s new foreign secretary S Jaishankar on Friday.

India-US n-deal: Pakistan warns of arms race

Pakistan has warned of a renewed arms race in South Asia after India and US reached a brreakthrough on nuclear trade.

Must give importance to mobile governance: Narendra Modi

To successfully implement e-governance, the country must think about `mobiles first` and give importance to mobile governance, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday.

US stresses important and growing relationship with India

As India replaced its top diplomat with the nation`s ambassador in the US, a day after President Barack Obama`s visit to India, Washington stressed its "important and growing relationship with India."

Cheetah reintroduction hits roadblock for want of funds
Cheetah reintroduction hits roadblock for want of funds

An ambitious project to reintroduce cheetah in India in the forests of Madhya Pradesh has hit a roadblock for want of funds.

PM Narendra Modi pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday paid tributes to Mahatma Gandhi on his death anniversary.

ODI tri-series, 6th match: England vs India - As it happened...
ODI tri-series, 6th match: England vs India - As it happened...

Live updates of the match between India and England from the WACA at Perth.

India gives Nepal Rs 37.12 mn in aid for road upgradation

India has given Rs 37.12 million in financial assistance to Nepal for road upgradation work.

Two crore toilets to be built in villages, linked to MNREGA

Over two crore toilets will be built in select villages across the country under a programme of making India open defecation-free by 2019 which the government decided to link to MNREGA.

Ecuador probes string of Indian helicopter mishaps

Ecuador has restricted operations of three Indian-made Dhruv military helicopters after a string of accidents, Security Minister Cesar Navas said in an interview published on Thursday.

India, Nepal army officials talk disaster response management

 India and Nepal have discussed mutual cooperation in regional disaster response management during a visit by Indian Army officials.

To boost tourism, Philippines mulling lifting visa requirement for Indians

With the aim to attract more tourists from India, the Philippines authorities are considering lifting visa requirements for Indians on an experimental basis for a year.

Cold wave persists in north, fresh snowfall in Kashmir

 There was no respite from the winter chill in north India today as cold wave persisted in most parts of the region and a fresh spell of snowfall occurred in Kashmir Valley.