The Canadian government has issued an apology for denying visas to people from India who served in the nation’s intelligence and security forces citing human rights violations as the reason.
The Unique Identification Number (UID) to be assigned to Indian citizens has received a new brand name – Aadhar, along with a new logo.
India’s first indigenous stealth warship, INS Shivalik, will be commissioned on April 29. The Indian Navy is expected to add strength with the INS Shivalik, an advanced vessel in terms of design, construction and weaponry, arriving in its ranks.
The new method of estimating poverty put forward by the Tendulkar Committee and adopted by the Planning Commission, puts the number of poor in India at 32.7 percent of the population.
Foreign climbers can now scale Himalayan peaks
A study titled Shadow In The Clouds, compiled by Canadian and American researchers in the University of Toronto, says Indian systems were compromised
Even as Pakistani-American David Headley pleaded guilty and saved himself from a severe penalty at a Chicago court, India’s concerns over getting him to the country for interrogation have been compounded, to say the least.
Two British nationals arrested for ‘suspicious activities’ near Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi
India and China raised sharply their defence expenditure in 2009 notwithstanding the global economic depression even as most European members of the NATO are facing a pinch on defence budgets owing to their big deficits.
New Delhi: India has warned Australia that there is a chance of relations between the two countries getting strained unless Australia took strong measures immediately to stop the continuing attacks on Indian students studying in that country.