The statement called Dalai Lama’s decision to visit Tawang concerning and added that the tense situation could escalate and a “war might become inevitable”.
M.K. Venu, founding editor of The Wire, and Rajeev Gowda, member of parliament in the Rajya Sabha, discuss the Finance Bill.
A US think tank reported over the weekend that the vehicles and trailers at the site could have been used to install a nuclear device for an underground test.
For a country that has ranked third on the global list of dope offenders in recent years, anti-doping legislation is a necessity – even if it is meant to mainly deter coaches and support staff.
British-born Penelope Fillon will be investigated on suspicion of complicity in misappropriating public funds and several related offences, a judicial source said.
The order’s main target is former President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan, which required states to slash carbon emissions from power plants
Michael Sharp, a US citizen, and Zaida Catalan, a Swedish national, had been in a group of experts monitoring a sanctions regime imposed on Congo by the UN Security Council when they disappeared in Kasai Central province.
Houston’s Indian-American community raised $100,000 to help Ian Grillot buy a house in his hometown, Kansas.
Thom Tillis wanted to know if there were enough talented people available in US to fill up the needs of its industries.
The UK government has said that it would refuse to enter into negotiations on First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s proposal.
The border wall, designed to keep out immigrants, could end up costing as much as $21.6 billion, far more than the $12 billion Trump cited.
New studies of Saturn’s moon Titan should’ve made it more familiar – but the more we learn about it, the more outlandish Titan gets.
In addition to being a violation of human rights, the continued use of pellet guns has meant an incredible amount of pressure on the state’s public healthcare system and medical professionals.
Speaking at a national maritime conference yesterday, Lt Gen (retd) Nasser Khan Janjua underscored the importance of maritime security.
Special forces have been carrying out nearly 70% of the army’s offensive operations across the country, underlining Afghanistan’s heavy reliance on them.
Monsanto took Nuziveedu Seeds Ltd to court in 2015, claiming patent infringements and accusing the Indian company of continuing to use technology after the US company had cancelled its licensing contract.
The policy falls somewhere between a comprehensive plan for major expansion of public health services, socialisation of the private sector and extreme privatisation.
It is troubling to see the media, government and even the ruling party interpret a verbal exchange of remarks as a Supreme Court-granted license to make Aadhaar mandatory for tax filings and mobile connections.
Children in remote parts of Murshidabad district in West Bengal are participating actively in community governance and tackling social issues.
Unless the time frame for negotiations is extended, Britain will have left the EU by March 29, 2019.
It is deplorable that the Unique Identification Authority’s legal attempts at fixing the system come against critics and not true offenders.
The Teesta water-sharing arrangement is likely to be one of the top concerns during Sheikh Hasina’s upcoming trip to India.
Paraguay remains divided over whether to allow former presidents to run for reelection; time is running out to decide who can – and cannot – declare their candidacy for the 2018 election.
‘Faced with a fork in the road in 1961, the world chose the wrong path to deal with nuclear weapons. Today, we are at another crossroads,’ says senior Indian diplomat.
Kathrada, who dedicated his life to fighting the racial injustice of white-minority rule, was also a critic of Zuma as allegations of corruption mounted.
In episode t24 of Jan ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the Finance Bill and the ban on illegal slaughterhouses imposed by the Uttar Pradesh government.
It was colour and music to celebrate Gudi Padva, the beginning of the new year but also floats with Shivaji, cannons and men dressed as Indian army soldiers
The RBI had warned that any user, holder, investor and trader dealing with virtual currencies would be doing so at his or her own risk.
We now see Indians turning upon Indians in methodically targeted ways, in some cases with guns or whatever crude weapons they can lay hands on, in some cases with black paint, in some cases with the simple device of numbers known as a mob.
In a mental landscape increasingly dominated by the ephemeral nature of ‘Breaking News’, Larsen C exemplifies a global warming trait difficult to get our heads around.
Across Peru, dozens have been killed and tens of thousands displaced after sudden warming of Pacific waters off the coast unleashed torrential downpours in recent weeks
At least nine Africans have been seriously injured in multiple attacks over the last two days.
The Cherenkov Telescope Array, which India has invested in, will improve upon the data from Indian instruments like MACE and HAGAR.
Media reports in support of Aadhaar claiming that lakhs of ‘ghost students’ avail midday meals are based on unverified claims, not serious investigation.
As it loses physical ground, ISIS is encouraging sympathisers to carry out unconventional ‘lone wolf’ attacks in their own neighbourhoods.
More French citizens are leaving the UK than ever before given uncertainty over their future status and amidst rising anti-French racism.
One of the founders, Benny Tai said the activists might plead guilty to the charges in a spirit of civil disobedience.
The wide-ranging order is the boldest yet in Trump’s push to cut environmental regulation to revive the oil and gas drilling and coal mining industries.
With his elevation to the Congress top post imminent, many feel Rahul Gandhi will fail as successive debacles have shown he is not fit for the job.
On Monday, it emerged that executives of Russian state development bank Vnesheconombank (VEB) had talks with Kushner during a bank roadshow last year.