Pak Senate passes resolution, condemns Indian leaders' remarks

 Escalating the attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks in Dhaka and that of other leaders, Pakistan's Senate today unanimously passed a resolution, condemning the "provocative and hostile" statements which it said reflected the Indian "hegemonic mindset".

Resolution tabled to recognise June 21 as Yoga Day in NYC

A resolution has been tabled in the New York City Council to recognise June 21 as 'World Yoga Day' here in line with the United Nations' decision to commemorate the day annually.

Mekedatu dam row: TN Assembly adopts resolution seeking Centre's intervention

A day ahead of opposition-backed farmers bandh over Mekedatu row, Tamil Nadu Assembly on Friday adopted a unanimous resolution urging Centre to rein in Karnataka from going ahead with its plan to build the dam across inter-state river Cauvery.

Goa village bans kissing in public; passes resolution

A village panchayat in Goa has banned kissing in public claiming that such "obscene behaviour" by some couples create nuisance.

Punjab passes resolution to ask Centre for implementation of Swaminathan Commission report

Punjab Vidhan Sabha on Wednesday passed a resolution recommending the state government to approach the Centre for implementing the recommendations of Swaminathan Commission report, which suggested 50 per cent profit over and above the input cost to farmers.

J&K Assembly passes resolution condemning Jammu terror strikes

Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Sunday passed a resolution condemning the recent twin terror attacks in Samba and Kathua districts of Jammu region and asked Indian government to "impress upon" Pakistan to take measures for preventing such "dastardly acts" in future.

Rajya Sabha to pass resolution against Justice Katju for calling Mahatma Gandhi 'British agent'

The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday is likely to pass a resolution against former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju's claim that Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi was a British agent who did great harm to India.

Desmond Haynes wants end to WICB, players spat
Desmond Haynes wants end to WICB, players spat

Legendary former West Indies opener Desmond Haynes wants an end to the bickering between the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and its players.

FIFA will not ban travel to Ebola-hit countries
FIFA will not ban travel to Ebola-hit countries

The medical committee of world soccer's governing body, FIFA, decided Tuesday not to impose a ban on travelling to countries hit with the deadly Ebola outbreak.

Russia`s Putin renounces right to send troops to Ukraine: Kremlin

President Vladimir Putin asked Russia`s upper house on Tuesday to revoke the right it had granted him to order a military intervention in Ukraine in defence of Russian-speakers there, the Kremlin said in a statement.

US interested in diplomatic resolution of Ukraine

The US has said it is in favour of a diplomatic resolution for the Ukrainian issue that respects the interest and will of the people of the country.

Sri Lanka braces for tough resolution over its rights record

Sri Lanka will face a third successive resolution tomorrow at the UN rights body which is expected to call for an international criminal probe into alleged war crimes committed during the country`s decades long civil war against the LTTE.

Lanka says ready for resolution as UNHRC session begins

Sri Lanka on Monday said it is well prepared and confident of success at the UNHRC session where the country faces a resolution moved by the US on its human rights record this month.

Tamil Nadu Assembly passes resolution, asks Centre to boycott CHOGM

Tamil Nadu on Thursday asked the Central government to boycott next week’s Commonwealth meet in Sri Lanka.

SC stays Rajasthan Assembly resolution punishing lady police officer

The Supreme Court stayed for a week the Rajasthan Assembly resolution sentencing a woman police officer to 30-day imprisonment for breach of privilege.

Pakistan Parliament adopts resolution, blames India for tensions along LoC

Amid a spurt in tensions over incidents along the Line of Control, the National Assembly of Pakistan on Tuesday adopted an anti-India resolution condemning aggression by Indian forces.

Resolution against India passed in Pakistan`s Punjab Assembly

The Assembly of Pakistan`s Punjab province today passed a resolution against India`s alleged violation of the Line of Control and asked the federal government to raise the issue at international forums.

US Congress resolution, Ghadhar party recognised

A Congressional resolution recognising the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Ghadar Party in the US has been introduced in the House of Representatives.

US resolution calls for `credible` investigation b

US-sponsored draft resolution before ongoing session of UN Human Rights Council in (UNHRC) "calls" Sri Lankan government to conduct "independent, credible" investigation into human rights violations.

Odisha Assembly adopts resolution for special category status

Odisha Assembly on Thursday unanimously adopted a resolution requesting the Centre to award special category status to the state.