03 Feb 2016
New Delhi: In a security lapse, a woman today breached the security ring deployed near South Block for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's convoy and threw a flower pot on the road which was to be taken by him shortly afterwards.
15 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Congress leader Salman Khurshid on Monday slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for referring to Balochistan in his Independence Day speech, saying it will give Pakistan a reason to interfere in India's internal matters.
26 Aug 2016
New Delhi /Islamabad: When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met top aides to prepare Independence Day address, some senior bureaucrats warned him against mentioning Baluchistan, arch-rival Pakistan's restive southwestern province.
04 May 2016
New Delhi: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who has been honoured with the Best Actor Award at the 63rd National Film Awards, says he was humbled and touched as President Pranab Mukherjee mentioned him in his speech.
15 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday addressed the nation for the third time from the ramparts of iconic Red Fort to commemorate the 70th year of India’s Independence. PM Modi spoke for more than 90 minutes and touched a wide range of issues. He highlighted the achievements of his government over the last two years and future endeavors. Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his speech sent a clear message to the neighboring countries by saying that India will never bow down against terrorism.
14 Aug 2016
New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday denounced "forces of divisiveness and intolerance" as well as attacks on weaker sections, saying they must be dealt with firmly.
04 Aug 2016
New Delhi: India today described the reports of a 'blackout' of Home Minister Rajnath Singh's statement during the SAARC ministerial meeting as "misleading".
12 Mar 2016
Panaji: It won't be tolerated that a person like Kanhaiya Kumar can say anything 'just because we have freedom of speech', Goa Environment and Forest Minister Rajendra Arlekar has said.
07 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Congress yesterday took a dig at Arun Jaitley, who had held the Information and Broadcasting portfolio, over the controversy surrounding Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Nayek whose 'hate speech' is reported to have inspired one of the five Bangladeshi militants involved in the Dhaka carnage.
06 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The government today indicated taking action against a controversial Indian Islamic preacher, who was followed by one of the five Bangladeshi militants, who killed 22 people at a restaurant in Dhaka.