Blaming China for the ongoing standoff at Doklam, near the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction, Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Saturday that it was a consequence of Beijing’s attempt to change the “status quo.”
The US is looking at ways to “more actively support” India’s membership bid to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) as the Trump administration considers it a very important matter, a top White House official has said.
Independence Day celebrations drive viewership for Doordarshan. More than 25 million watched the live telecast of Independence Day celebration in New Delhi across 22 channels of state-owned Doordarshan
The tests of an aviation modification of BrahMos missile will take place in the Indian Ocean in the end of September – in the beginning of October, according to the statement of Praveen Pathak, the BrahMos Aerospace joint venture executive.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has taken over the probe into the Srijan scam in Bihar, in which government funds worth about Rs1,000 crore were allegedly diverted to the accounts of a non-government organisation.
Madhya Pradesh Police constable Abhishek Patel ran one kilometre with a 10 kg unexploded artillery shell he discovered near a school, saving 400 children present there.
BJP chief Amit Shah on Thursday appointed Union Minister Prakash Javadekar as the party’s in-charge for the assembly elections in Karnataka. In addition to that, Union Minister Piyush Goyal has been appointed the co-in-charge for the state, which will go to polls around mid-2018.
An Indian Army soldier posted in Srinagar has alleged that his family has been boycotted by a village in Karnataka. Vithal Kadakol in a video plea has requested the government to protect his aged parents who live in Totagatti village of Belagavi.
Nepal on Thursday assured India that it would not allow any activity against its “friendly neighbour”, as the two sides signed eight pacts, including on cooperation in countering drug trafficking and post-earthquake reconstruction in the Himalayan nation.
ATMs won’t give you the new Rs 200 denomination just yet. ATMs have to be reconfigured to dispense the new Rs 200 notes issued by the RBI but they will be available at select RBI offices and banks