Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken to Facebook and Twitter to share Yoga lessons with his followers.
In shocking incident two women aged 28-years and 34-years from Delhi who had come on a vacation in Goa, were gangraped by five accused in a hotel near the Anjuna beach on Monday evening. All the five accused including one from Kalina in Mumbai have been arrested by the Anjuna police.
India and the US signed a 10-year defence framework pact today, envisaging joint development and manufacture of defence equipment and technology.
Why are there no women on India’s currency notes? That’s a question being posed by a Change.org campaign launched by a school science teacher based in Kolkata.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday provided police protection to a Muslim girl and a Sikh man who received threats after they got married in an inter-religious knot.
State Finance Ministers will meet at Delhi on June 4 to discuss revenue neutral rate and Goods and Services Tax (GST).
The opposition in Karnataka was trying to corner the state government on Wednesday over its decision to drop dozens of criminal cases against members of a controversial rightwing Muslim group, as parties accused the ruling Congress of “minority appeasement”.
When Julius Michael Johannes Maggi launched a line of food products in Switzerland in the 1860s, he probably had no idea that a brand of noodles named after him would be at the centre of a raging controversy in India 150 years later.
The famous pilgrim place of Lord Shiva, the Somnath temple in Gujarat will now be off-limits for non-Hindus as authorities have decided against entry to people following other faiths without prior permission.
For the second successive year, monsoon is likely to be below normal with parts of north-west and central India. Here is a look at the ways to drought-proof the economy.
Have you stopped eating Maggi noodles after it failed food safety tests?
An Indian Air Force (IAF) jet crashed in Odisha’s Mayurbhanj district on Wednesday, gouging a 10-foot crater in the middle of a paddy field, while the two pilots were injured despite managing to eject.
With even Indian Gods being imported from China, defence minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday narrated how idols of Lord Ganesha were coming into India from that country with eyes becoming narrower and narrower.
Agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh on Wednesday exuded confidence over tackling deficient monsoon, minimising production losses and its possible impact on the overall economy.
In February this year, the PM broke his silence and said his government was committed to protect the right of every individual to adopt and retain the religion of his choice. Since then, he has spoken a number of times on protecting the rights of minority communities, with the latest one being on Tuesday, when he told Muslim leaders that he doesn’t believe in politics that divide people on communal lines.