The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is the latest in a series of epochal measures that reflect the ability, wisdom, vision and determination that are characteristic of not just good leadership, but of statesmanship.
More than 500 flights are delayed and six cancelled in the wake of a dense fog.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee, India’s 11th, 14th and 15th prime minister, belonged to the category of leaders who are exceptional orators.
India sees an economic slowdown in 2019, with consumption demand in a decline.
Cambodian embassy in India to assist a monk arrested at airport.
Lauding India’s achievement, the world’s most respected philanthropist, Bill Gates, said: “India’s accomplishment in eradicating polio is the most impressive global health success story I’ve ever seen.”
Bangladesh pays tribute to India for the support since the end of the liberation war.
Defence minister Rajnath Singh and external affairs minister S. Jaishankar visited Washington DC last week for the second round of the India-United States (US) 2+2 dialogue.
Industrialised countries developed using fossil fuels to grow their economies. But in an era of climate change, can developing countries such as India find another way?
PM has distanced himself from the National Register of Citizens (NRC) but he needs to go further. He could begin by acknowledging protesters’ real anxieties
A video with animated Muslim characters to bust “myths” around the citizenship law.
Air pollution is an urgent problem. But urgency should not translate to haste or a search for ineffective silver bullets.
US promises to take into account India’s concerns as it looks to pull out of Afghanistan.
Fifteen years after the Indian Ocean tsunami killed more than 230,000 people on Boxing Day, 2004, a cargo container at a police station in the southern province bears witness to the hundreds of victims whose remains were never identified.
The death toll from protests in India against a contentious citizenship law has risen.
Troops are deployed as demonstrators protest a new citizenship legislation.
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) last Sunday held a round table meeting together with 20 Cambodian rectors and lecturers, in relations to 1,000 new fellowships available for ASEAN citizens.
India is in the middle of an innovation revolution, led by tech startups. The proposed guidelines will bring our rapid ascent to a halt.
China and India are likely to hold border talks in late December in an effort to achieve a “fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable solution” to the boundary issues and maintain peace in border areas, according to Indian media reports.
At least 43 people were killed yesterday in a devastating fire that ripped through a bag factory in the cramped, congested old quarter of the Indian capital New Delhi, trapping scores of workers who were sleeping inside.
Sustained business reforms over the past several years have helped India jump 14 places to 63rd position in this year’s World Bank “Ease of Doing Business” (EDB) rankings.
India successfully test-fired its indigenously developed surface-to-surface nuclear-capable Prithvi-II missile from a test range in the eastern state of Odisha, officials said Wednesday.
Hundreds of people on Saturday laid siege to a police station where four men are being held over the latest gruesome rape-murder to shock India.
Our country is in the midst of an unprecedented economic crisis. Our GDP growth rate declined from 7.1% in 2016-17 to 5.2% in the first quarter of 2019-20, and dipped further to 4.5% in the second quarter.
The burning of stubble left in the fields of north India after the harvesting of paddy – rice with husk – causes a severe spike in air pollution.
India’s sudden withdrawal from the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership talks has hit negotiations involving the other 15 countries of the treaty, which is expected to be finalized by the end of this year.
Today, India’s agriculture is undergoing a crisis that, if not addressed, could result in a catastrophe. What is the problem ailing Indian agriculture? Is it limited to dryland farming, or can it also be located in the ‘Green Revolution’ states?
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party made an unexpected comeback to power in wealthy Maharashtra state, home to the country’s financial capital, after prolonged backroom negotiations saw presidential rule lifted after days of uncertainty.
Last Sunday, over 3,000 people turned up in the morning to protest against the growing air pollution in Gurugram. Protests are part of our society, so it was not surprising to see people turning up in the Leisure Valley Park.
India and Pakistan’s Davis Cup tie originally scheduled to take place in Islamabad will now be played in Kazakstan’s capital Nur-Sultan, the International Tennis Federation (ITF) announced on Wednesday.