Bureaucrats having innovative ideas can mail directly to PM Narendra Modi

There is someone who is more than willing to listen to middle level bureaucrats, who may have been accustomed to their ideas being brushed aside by their seniors – PM Narendra Modi.

Indian officials visit riot-hit Lankan prison

Indian officials have visited Sri Lanka`s main Welikada prison to inquire about the welfare of Indian prisoners after last week`s riot.

Indian officials visit Lanka prison after riot

Indian officials have visited Sri Lanka`s main Welikada prison to inquire about the welfare of Indian prisoners after Friday`s riot that left 27 inmates dead and over 40 injured.

Rahat mulls legal action against Indian officials

Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, who was arrested at the Delhi airport for carrying undeclared foreign currency, is contemplating legal action against the Indian authorities for allegedly confiscating his money.

Not targeted, grateful to Indian govt: Rahat

Rahat was arrested at IGI Airport Feb 13 for carrying undeclared foreign currency worth $124,000.

Certain Indian officials worked against Rajapaksa: Lanka min

A Sri Lankan federal minister on Monday alleged that "certain Indian officials" wanted President Mahinda Rajapaksa to lose the recent polls and worked towards it, but India rejected the claims.

Better security for Indian officials in Afghanistan

India on Tuesday said Afghanistan
remains a "vulnerable" area for Indian assets as the
government plans to provide more and better security to its
nationals posted in the war-ravaged country.

FBI to train 12 Indian officials in countering terror

As part of security cooperation
after Mumbai attacks, 12 senior IPS and IAS officials will be
imparted special training by the American Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI) in counter-terrorism aspects.