21 Aug 2012
As the Opposition paralysed Parliament over the CAG report on coal block allocations, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said the government is ready for any discussion and give satisfactory answers to all issues raised.
28 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday squarely blamed Pakistan and separatists for fuelling the ongoing trouble in the Kashmir Valley that has been seething with public anger and violent anti-government protests for the past 50 days.
24 Sep 2016
Kozikokde: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to send a strong message to Pakistan from Kozikokde where the BJP National Council's meeting begins on Friday.
04 Dec 2014
Ranchi: Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Thursday said the Centre's move to privatise the coal sector would bring back the "bitter memories" of "exploitation" of labour force before it was nationalised by former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
20 Sep 2016
United Nations: Kashmir issue will dominate in Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's address to the UN General Assembly tomorrow that comes at a time of heightened tensions between India and Pakistan following the terror attack in Uri.
11 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Balochistan activists on Sunday came on the streets of Melbourne to stage protest against the atrocities launched by the Pakistani army in Balochistan. In the same vein, they also thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for extending support to the people of Balochistan.
27 Aug 2012
Often at the receiving end of opposition's silence jibe, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday invoked an Urdu couplet to hit back at his critics.
02 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Condemning violence against dalits, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked politicians, including his own partymen, to shun irresponsible statements as said the community's "self-appointed champions" were giving political colour to the social problem to create tensions.
09 Aug 2016
Bhabra (MP): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reached out to the people of turbulent Kashmir and indicated willingness to hold dialogue under the framework of 'insaniyat (humanity), jamhuriyat (democracy) and Kashmiriyat'.
12 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Blaming Pakistan for instigating trouble in Kashmir, the government on Wednesday agreed to hold an all-party meeting over the unrest in the valley as politicians from across the spectrum sought a political solution to bring peace to the restive state.