Pakistan may have granted Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India but stands by its stance on Kashmir, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani told ministers in his cabinet.
A 59-year-old Indian cabbie was beaten to death by two men in a neighbourhood near here as they tried to steal USD 15 dollars from him.
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No "fly-by-night operators" will be allowed to set up shop in India when the country opens up its higher education institutions for foreign tie-ups, minister for human resources development Kapil Sibal said after the conclusion of the day-long India-US education summit.
Pakistan's decision to grant Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India will help improve trade ties, said a daily on Friday. The News International editorially described it as an "important step in improving trade ties between the two countries".
A historic wristwatch once owned by India’s first President Dr Rajendra Prasad, possibly gifted to him on the first Republic Day in 1950, will be put on auction in November as part of a collection of rare timepieces by leading auction house Sotheby’s.
Vice President Hamid Ansari left for home on Saturday after concluding his six-day visit to Turkey during which he met top leaders of this country and discussed with them the issue of terrorism besides ways to enhance bilateral trade and commerce.
Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi, who was killed on Thursday, once caused a major diplomatic embarassment to India when he supported the idea of an "independent state" for Kashmir. He also said that it should be a 'Baathist state' between India and Pakistan.
Nostalgia and old left-wing camaraderie floated in the evening air as Nepal Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai on Thursday began his four-day visit in New Delhi during which India is expected to unveil $250 million line of credit for development projects in the Himalayan state.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's decision to skip the upcoming Commonwealth summit in Perth has nothing to do with Australia's refusal to sell uranium to India, a top diplomat said on Thursady.
A team of Iranian rescuers is working to reach 13 trapped divers, including six Indians, who are stuck underwater since the last two days in a sunken ship with limited oxygen supply.
India has suffered a setback at climate talks with its key ally South Africa endorsing the view of rich nations that the global climate agreement should be binding for all nations at a meeting last weekend.
In a dramatic raid, British special forces on Tuesday stormed an Italian cargo ship and freed 23 crew members including six Indians that was hijacked by Somali pirates yesterday.
In provocative comments Pakistan on Tuesday claimed that Jammu and Kashmir has never been an "integral part" of India and sought a UN-led plebiscite to determine the will of the Kashmiri people, evoking an angry rebuttal by India which termed the remarks as "unwarranted".
Indian-origin tycoon Pankaj Oswal has been accused of one of Australia’s biggest corporate frauds for siphoning $113 million out of his Burrup Fertilisers, according to court documents.