08 Jan 2014
Washington: Even as Hillary Clinton has not announced her decision to run for the 2016 Presidential elections, an unofficial campaign supporting her possible candidature raised more than USD 4 million in its first year.
03 Feb 2014
WASHINGTON: Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is urging Congress to resist imposing new sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program, saying that "this is the time" to give diplomacy a chance to work.
01 Feb 2014
New Delhi: The Central Government on Friday launched a unique mother-child tracking system which will follow the health of a child from birth to five years of age.
05 Aug 2011
US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has accused the Syrian Government of killing more than 2,000 of its own citizens during its ongoing brutal crackdown against opposition protesters as the Obama Administration moved to further isolate President Bashar Assad and his inner circle.
09 Jun 2014
Washington: Hillary Clinton, the former First Lady and US Secretary of State, said that a decision on her potential 2016 presidential run would be taken "when it feels right for me to decide".
20 Mar 2014
Mumbai: Actress Kajol, who is supporting a campaign aiming to eradicate diarrhoea by promoting hand-washing habits among children, says she is a strict mother and ensures that her kids lead a disciplined life.
22 May 2014
Gandhinagar: Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi met his mother Hiraba here on Thursday and took her blessings before leaving for New Delhi for the swearing-in on May 26.
19 May 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday granted interim bail to senior journalist Tarun Tejpal to attend the cremation of his mother who died in Goa last night. Tejpal is behind the bars in a rape case.
07 May 2014
Bangalore: After the Supreme Court nullified Karnataka government’s decision to impose Kannada as a medium of instruction in primary schools, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said that the state government will take the next step only after studying the SC verdict.
06 May 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that the government cannot impose mother tongue on linguistic minority for imparting primary education.