A day after Germany announced it will phase out all its 17 nuclear plants by 2022, German Chancellor Angela Merkel Tuesday agreed to help India
With emerging powers questioning the practice of the top IMF job going to a European, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Tuesday questioned the Western monopoly of
Thiruvananthapuram Chief Judicial Magistrate Cherian Varghese Tuesday ordered two government officials to be formally charged for allegedly tampering with medical reports in Sister Abhaya’s death.
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A Pakistani journalist who went missing Sunday after a story on the terrorist attack on a navy base is in the custody of Pakistan’s spy
A senior military general of Egypt has admitted that “virginity checks” were carried out on women arrested during a demonstration. It is the first such
India will Friday induct an indigenous medium-power radar at the Naliya air base to enhance its air defence capabilities over Gujarat’s airspace, an official said
The prime minister should be excluded from the purview of the proposed Lokpal, yoga guru Baba Ramdev said Tuesday. “It is a very complicated question
Opposing the National Advisory Council’s (NAC) proposal to disallow private companies from buying land directly from owners if more than 400 families need to be
China can use its state monopoly to prevent its tobacco industry from interference in tobacco control policy in a country where over a million people
Seeking to expand their strategic partnership, India and Germany Tuesday discussed the situation in Pakistan and Afghanistan and resolved to fight terrorism on all fronts.
Shanghai is undergoing its longest dry spell in 138 years since January, says Shanghai municipal meteorological bureau report. Urban areas have recorded just 132.9 millimetres
The security situation around the country is “fluid” and “uncertain”, India’s navy chief, Admiral Nirmal Verma, said Tuesday. “The overall security scenario is uncertain and
India and Germany Tuesday signed four pacts to expand their cooperation in the fields of education and research, as also high-tech areas like nuclear physics