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.
Mobile network operators who shutdown telecom towers across Kashmir following militant threats have restored their services, after police assured their safety.
States have either ordered the withdrawal of Maggi noodles from shops or are carrying out further tests on noodle samples before taking action in conjunction with the federal government.
Three pavement dwellers, including two elderly women, were killed on the spot and four others injured after a speeding motorcycle ran over them early morning on Wednesday, police said.
A Delhi Court on Wednesday directed CBI to reply on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in which the agency has filed a closure report.
Scientists of Zoological Survey of India working across India have found many new species that are on the verge of extinction due to habitat destruction.
Shiv Sena's mouthpiece Saamna called for India to violate the ceasefire to straighten Pakistan's crooked tails.
India’s met department has lowered its rainfall forecast from “below-normal” to “deficient”, prompting the government to prepare for a drought-like condition.
What began as a routine inspection of Maggi samples in the Uttar Pradesh town of Barabanki in March has developed into a storm that has led to the two-minute noodles swiftly disappearing from the shelves of stores across the country.
Should Muslims and other minorities feel reassured after PM Modi rejects communal politics?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured a delegation of Mulsim leaders that he doesn’t believe in politics that divide people on communal lines, reportedly saying he would be available to address their issues even at midnight.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi plans to provide millions of farmers with income insurance linked to crop prices, officials say, but it may not do much to ease rural distress, with small farmers standing to benefit little and likely to be put off by bureaucracy.
‘Bengal’s Diminishing Hindus’ - that is the headline on the cover of the latest issue of Organiser, the English mouthpiece of the RSS. Published in the run-up to PM Narendra Modi’s first visit to Bangladesh, the lead story in the May 24 edition of Organiser showcases the ‘pitiable’ plight of Bengali Hindus in the Islamist nation and its ‘cascading effect on demography’ on this side of the border.
With the Met department lowering its rainfall outlook to ‘deficient’ from the earlier ‘below-normal’ prediction, the Centre is preparing to deal with a drought in the country.