28 Oct 2014
New Delhi: The provisions of the draft Road Transport and Safety Bill, 2014, will come up for discussion at a conference of state transport ministers convened by Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday.
29 Oct 2014
Wellington: New Zealand will hold a binding referendum in 2016 on whether to change the national flag, Prime Minister John Key said on Wednesday.
27 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Expressing concern over Parliament approving important legislative business without much debate, President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday asked Lok Sabha Speaker to find ways to devote more time for discussions on businesses like passing of Finance Bill.
21 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said the revised Constitution Amendment Bill to roll out GST would be introduced in the forthcoming Winter Session of Parliament.
20 Oct 2014
New Delhi: The long pending Insurance Bill, which seeks to raise FDI cap in the sector to 49 percent, is expected to be taken up in the forthcoming Winter Session of Parliament.
10 Oct 2014
Seattle: Microsoft Corp's chief executive officer suggested on Thursday that women in technology should not ask for raises but have faith in the "system", bringing a torrent of criticism and causing the executive to backtrack after the statement.
25 Sep 2014
Jammu: Jammu and and Kashmir government has requested all state government to contribute one day's salary to the Chief Minister's Flood Relief Fund.
22 Oct 2014
Washington: Pakistani teenager and Noble Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai has been conferred with the Liberty Medal, and the youngest recipient of the American award said this will encourage her to continue her campaign for child rights in countries including India
10 Oct 2014
Melbourne: The catch cry of 'it's all happening' coming out of the television screens made Bill Lawry a commentating phenomenon across the world and Cricket Australia on Friday lauded the veteran player and expert for being inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.
07 Oct 2014
New York: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's commitment to improve health services and his focus on ending open defecation has "impressed" Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates who said it is "inspiring" to see India move to the forefront of providing such services to the underprivileged.