HEADLINE STORY

HEADLINE STORY

Imran Khan Leaves For Saudi To Discuss Kashmir, Other Issues  

PAKISTAN Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday left on a two-day visit to Saudi Arabia to discuss bilateral and regional matters, including the Kashmir...

Good Offices Available To India, Pakistan, If Both Ask For It: UN Chief

DIALOGUE between India and Pakistan is an "absolute essential element" for resolving the Kashmir issue and his good offices are available if both sides...

No Economic Crisis In India: Javadekar

THERE is no financial crisis in India, Indian Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Thursday, adding that the federal government was taking all necessary steps...

Rajnath Singh Becomes First Defence Minister To Fly In Tejas

INDIAN Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday flew in the Tejas fighter aircraft from the HAL airport in Bengaluru, becoming the first defence minister...

India Bans Electronic Cigarettes

INDIA'S cabinet on Wednesday (18) banned production and import of electronic cigarettes, a public health move that is seen dashing the expansion plans of...

Lawmakers Urge Trump To Restore India’s Trade Privileges

FORTY-FOUR members of the US Congress have urged president Donald Trump's trade representative to restore trade concessions to India, saying the withdrawal of the...

National Green Tribunal Refuses To Entertain Plea Against Odd-Even Scheme

THE National Green Tribunal on Wednesday refused to entertain a plea challenging the decision of the Delhi government to implement odd-even road rationing scheme...

European Parliamentarians Back India On Kashmir

EUROPEAN parliamentarians Ryszard Czarnecki and Fulvio Martusciello have backed India on the Kashmir issue during a special debate of the plenary of the European...

‘Lot Of Progress’ Made In Reducing India-Pakistan Tensions: Trump

US President Donald Trump has said that he will soon meet the prime ministers of India and Pakistan, even as he insisted that a...

Parched India Will See ‘Water Refugees’ In Future: ‘Waterman’ Rajendra Singh

OVER 70 per cent of India's aquifers have dried up, signifying a crisis so grave it may lead people to seek refuge in water-rich...