13 May 2015
New Delhi: The second massive earthquake measuring 7.3 on Richter Scale that hit Nepal on Tuesday killed at least 65 people and injured over 1,900, with thousands staying outdoors as the Himalyan country was jolted by dozens of aftershocks overnight.
17 Apr 2015
New York: Both India and China are today run by "forceful leaders" eager to put their "stamp on history", with Prime Minister Narendra Modi working to lead from the front after Manmohan Singh's decade of "increasingly listless rule", according to TIME magazine.
16 Apr 2015
Colombo: India has extended the e-Tourist Visa (eTV) scheme for Sri Lankan citizens in keeping with a pledge made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Sri Lanka last month.
16 Apr 2015
Ottawa: An 800-year-old Khajuraho sandstone sculpture of a scantily clad woman holding a parrot will return to India after Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Wednesday handed it over to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
30 Apr 2015
Beijing: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here next month, the Chinese military on Thursday gave a guarded response in dispelling apprehensions of yet another military standoff at the LAC saying that it "strictly abides" by agreements to maintain peace and stability on the border.
15 Apr 2015
Ottawa: India on Wednesday announced a liberalised visa policy for Canadian nationals visiting the country, days after extending a similar scheme to French citizens.
31 Dec 2014
Brussels: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) on Wednesday said that journalists are not safe in Pakistan and it is the most dangerous country for scribes.
05 Jan 2015
Vatican City: Pope Francis has named twenty new cardinals, a majority of them from Africa, Asia and Latin America, increasingly key areas as the Roman Catholic Church's support shifts from its traditional European stronghold.
12 Apr 2015
Paris: Projecting India as a land of "immense opportunities", Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited investments and technology from across the world, saying it will be beneficial for the entire globe.
19 Apr 2015
Lahore: Pakistan has called on India to resume foreign secretary-level talks to resolve all outstanding issues, saying with peace the menace of poverty, illiteracy and injustice in the region can be eradicated.