The Indian Ocean (IO) region is not India’s “backyard”, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) has said, adding that upholding this perception has the potential to trigger clashes in the region.
The enfant terrible of start-ups, Rahul Yadav dropped out of IIT, Mumbai in his final year in 2011.
The US and Cuba on Wednesday announced they will reopen their embassies in each other’s capitals later this summer, resuming full diplomatic ties after more than five decades.
Smita Sabharwal, additional secretary to the Telangana chief minister, told TV channels that she found the remarks against her in a recent post in the magazine "sexist" and "demoralising."
UK's food regulator Food Standards Agency (FSA) on Wednesday gave a clean chit to Nestle for Maggi manufactured in India saying levels of lead in the product are well within the EU permissible levels.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday launched the ‘Digital India Week’ aimed at promoting e-governance with eminent industrialists promising 4.5 lakh crore rupees in investments and 18 lakh jobs in the sector.
Online realty platform Housing.com said on Wednesday that it has released co-founder and CEO Rahul Yadav as CEO with "immediate effect" after a regular board meeting.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, in a letter, asked to keep a discount on value added tax for Greek islands, stretch out defence spending cuts and delay the phasing out of an income supplement to poorer pensioners.
An apex court bench headed by justice Dipak Misra said that any compromise promising wedlock between a rape accused and the victim compromises the dignity of the woman.
BJP parliamentarian Varun Gandhi was dragged into a raging controversy involving former IPL boss Lalit Modi on Wednesday after the ex-cricket administrator alleged the Sultanpur MP offered him a deal to “settle everything” in the Congress with Sonia Gandhi.
A raging controversy linking top BJP leaders to former IPL boss Lalit Modi refused to die down after documents revealed on Wednesday the ex-cricket administrator offered foreign minister Sushma Swaraj’s husband Swaraj Kaushal a position on the board of one of his companies.
A Twitter account called @AnonGoIWPEdits has claimed that someone from a government of India IP address made malicious revisions to Jawaharlal Nehru's Wikipedia page.
The Bharatiya Janata Party has been facing heat all through the month of June. The party, which is already in a spot over the controversy surrounding some of its senior ministers at the Centre and a chief minister in Rajasthan, is now under fire in Maharashtra.
At least 30 people were killed in landslides triggered by heavy rainfall in West Bengal's Darjeeling district early on Wednesday even as more reports of major damages were pouring in.
Indonesian president Joko Widodo promised a review of the country's ageing air force fleet and a defence modernisation drive on Wednesday, as the death toll from the crash of a military transport plane in the north of the country climbed past 140.