12 Aug 2012
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday congratulated wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt for winning bronze medal at the London Olympics, saying he showed "true grit" in his wonderful comeback in the repechage round.
03 Aug 2016
Kathmandu: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday congratulated newly-elected Prime Minister of Nepal Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda. Prime Minister Modi also extended an invitation to Prachanda to visit India.
31 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt is not keen to collect the upgraded silver medal from 2012 London Olympics on humanitarian grounds given that the original second place finisher's positive dope test came after his death.
15 Mar 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated U Htin Kyaw on being elected as the first civilian President of Myanmar in decades and conveyed his desire to work with him to strengthen the bilateral ties.
07 Aug 2016
Gandhinagar: Vijay Rupani on Sunday sworn-in as the new Chief Minister of Gujarat while Nitin Patel took oath as Deputy Chief Minister at a grand ceremony attended by top BJP leaders.
19 May 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the winning candidates, where the BJP has stormed Assam unseating Congress which has also lost Kerela. TMC and AIADMK are cruising comfortably to retain power in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu.
01 Sep 2016
New Delhi: London Olympics Bronze medallist wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt failed to win a medal at Rio Olympics 2016 but has won millions of heart with his noble gesture.
20 Mar 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated team India for an "amazing" victory against Pakistan in the T-20 World Cup match played in Kolkata.
03 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Just days after Yogeshwar Dutt's London Olympics bronze was upgraded to silver, the star Indian wrestler's medal may now get converted into gold with champion Toghrul Asgarov also returning positive for banned substance, a media report said on Friday.
30 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt got an upgradation, his London Olympics bronze medal was changed to silver after the silver medallist in that edition of Summer Games tested positive for banned substance posthumously.