05 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Apparently miffed over the treatment he received in Pakistan, Home Minister Rajnath Singh Friday said India has always tried to be friendly with its reluctant western neighbhour but "yeh padosi hai ki maanta nahin".
09 Sep 2016
Lahore: A former LeT militant, arrested last month for his involvement in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, has been absolved by Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency which says "no allegation has been proved against him."
28 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Pakistan's sustained support to cross-border terrorism will be raised by Home Minister Rajnath Singh during his two-day visit to Islamabad to attend the SAARC ministerial conference on August 4.
16 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is unlikely to attend SAARC Summit in Pakistan’s Islamabad scheduled to take place next week, according to government sources. This development further clarifies India’s stand on the relations between the two nations.
15 Sep 2016
New Delhi: After 10 days of continuous celebration and fiesta, the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi comes to an end with Visharjan, or the immersion of the idols. Ganesh Chaturthi, the birthday of Lord Ganesh, is amongst those occasions when the whole nation dips into fervour of festivity.
16 Aug 2016
Washington: Encouraged by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's supportive words, leaders of the Baloch nationalist movement here have sought support from the US and European countries against the oppressive Pakistani regime.
26 Jul 2016
New Delhi/Islamabad: The government yesterday directed its officials in the Indian High Commission in Islamabad to send their wards outside Pakistan for their education, a move Pakistan described an "internal, administrative arrangement".
28 Aug 2016
New Delhi: There is a need to educate youth in Kashmir against those working with vested interest to harm the country's unity, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said on Sunday, observing that those instigating the youth for so called 'Jihaad' have kept their own children in safe havens.
12 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the government was ready to address "grievances" of all sections of people in Jammu and Kashmir as per the Constitution but made it clear that there cannot be any compromise with the nation's integrity.
20 Aug 2014
New Delhi: The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) criticized the government for calling off India-Pakistan talks after Kashmiri separatists met Pakistan High Commissioner, saying that the decision was ‘inexplicable’ as these meetings could be held only after the authorities permitted them.