Dr K Ramamurthy, an Indian doctor who was kidnapped in Libya two years ago by world's most dreaded terrorist organisation Islamic State, has been rescued by Indian security agencies.
The government is set to press for passage of the enemy property bill in the Rajya Sabha when Parliament reconvenes on March 9. The bill seeks to provide ownership of properties worth more than Rs 1 lakh crore.
Used to a lenient and patronising attitude on their work achievements by the governments of the day, state-owned ordnance factories (OFs) — employing nearly a lakh workers in its 41 factories across the country — have been asked by none other than the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) to furnish a report on their achievement from 2013 onwards.
Adviser to Prime Minister (PM) on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Saturday said the Indian efforts to isolate Pakistan bore no fruit as the Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) summit will be held in Islamabad on March I.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has in a report said that the priority should be to ensure that the youth, especially the teenagers in Jammu and Kashmir do not get radicalised.
Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain has asked India to end its "unlawful occupation" of Kashmir in its own interest, warning any delay in the settlement of the lingering dispute could spell "disaster" for regional peace.
It is well known that Pakistan is one of the most “water stressed” countries of the world. Currently its per capita annual water capability is 1017 cubic metres- that is perilously close to a threshold of 1000 cubic metres. Back in 2009, it was 1500 cubic metres.
The Kanpur train tragedy in which 150 people were killed, was a "conspiracy" and the perpetrators carried it out "sitting across the border"+ in Nepal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday.
Many observers consider the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) an important opportunity, not only for the potential economic benefits it brings to China and Pakistan, but also because it allows greater cooperation among nations in the region.
Baloch leaders will approach India, Iran, Afghanistan or any country in their pursuit of Balochistan’s independence from Pakistan, leading dissident leader Mir Suleiman Ahmedzai said on Thursday.