Pakistan cautions media against speculation over exchange of congratulatory messages between Khan, Modi
In a statement, Pakistan's Foreign Office spokesman also said that it was an established diplomatic practice for the top leadership to congratulate new office holders and for them to respond.
US looking at taking some actions against 'unfair' Indian moves: Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer
At the same time, he alleged that India has about the "highest tariffs of any country you can imagine" in the world.
This is the second project being undertaken under the latest Strategic Partnership (SP) Model, with the first being the procurement of 111 Naval Utility Helicopters (NUH).
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is out for two-three games as of now, with a troubled hamstring and under observation. Now, Vijay Shankar has joined the list of doubtful starters.
The National Service (NS) is compulsory for male Singapore citizens and permanent residents (PRs) who are above 18 years of age.
About three weeks into the World Cup, KL Rahul has become a central character in India’s scheme of things from being a peripheral one.
Terrorists attacking Afghanistan cannot be allowed to negotiate from 'place of advantage': India tells UN
India's UN Representative Syed Akbaruddin, said that the "sanctuaries and safe havens" provided to terror networks have to be addressed for a feeling of genuine and sustainable peace in Afghanistan.
The ministers avoided speaking publicly, but their resentment found its way into the media through leaks of the cabinet meeting.
The US has banned Huawei, the world's leader in telecom equipment and the number two smartphone producer, over concerns of security.
Crisil Research feels that more number of outlets would only cut into each other's sale, leading to some unprofitable.
Monsoon is likely to hit Madhya Pradesh by June 28.
India seeks to raise USD 84 billion this year from a sale of airwaves. That’s posing a conundrum for the carriers controlled by tycoons including Mukesh Ambani, Asia’s wealthiest man.
The US has also reportedly told India that it would take punitive actions against Indian companies found supplying American origin products.
According to the chief minister, there were 15,000 cases of dengue in 2015, but in 2018, it was 2,700.
The items included a 17-carat Golconda diamond "Arcot II", once owned by the Nawab of Arcot and an antique diamond Riviere necklace once owned by the Nizams of Hyderabad.