Pakistan yesterday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “irresponsible behaviour” by making provocative statements that it was exporting terror, saying his remarks were part of a “well thought out vilification campaign” to distract attention from Kashmir
Plans to take measures to strengthen its nuclear armed forces in 'quantity and quality'
Taiwan said yesterday China had blocked it from attending a major United Nations aviation meeting, the latest setback to its troubled campaign for international recognition. Beijing hit back at the criticism, saying the island had “no right” to be invited
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's National Security Advisor is a quiet and unassuming man, who shuns the limelight and rarely appears in public. But, make no mistake, he is possibly India's second most important man after PM Modi himself
On Prime Minister Narendra Modi's birthday, We take a look at his sartorial sense which shows a different side of the man. Take a look at his different avatars
Former British Prime Minister David Cameron was yesterday blamed for the rise of the Islamic State terror group in Africa by a damning parliamentary inquiry, which blamed his “opportunist policy” for the botched 2011 intervention in Libya.
Hope to ease suffering in the region: Kerry
Some politicians have come up with weirdest statements and the latest to join the fray is Haryana's Animal Husbandry and Dairying and Fisheries, minister Om Prakash Dhankar
Union Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma found himself in the middle of yet another controversy for his remarks that foreigners travelling to India should avoid wearing skirts, forcing him to issue a clarification
On being asked for safety tips for tourists in Agra, where Taj Mahal is a big draw, Union Minister Mahesh Sharma had a rather bizarre reply. Don't wear skirts -- this was his ‘straightforward’ advice
Turkey’s Foreign Minister alleges the organisation has done so through associations and schools in the country
India also asserted that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India 'where Pakistan has no locus standi'
Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is promoting 'Make in India' and actively seeking foreign investments, Yoga guru Baba Ramdev is openly attacking multinationals, calling their products "dangerous" in a concerted ad campaign
Wang Yi, Sushma Swaraj discussed regional, bilateral issues
China says just hours before FM Wang’s trip to Delhi; seeks support on maritime issue
A delegation urged that they should work together to defeat ‘common enemy’ in Syria
Former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh's son Raninder yet again failed to appear before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in Punjab in connection with its probe against him for alleged forex contraventions and holding of untaxed foreign assets
Theresa May devoted most of her first hours as Britain's Prime Minister on Wednesday to naming the key members of the team that will have the task of implementing voters' decision to leave the European Union
A day after Britain decided to leave the 28-member bloc, the country's most senior diplomat to the European Union, Jonathan Hill, announced he will step down saying "what is done cannot be undone"
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov yesterday slammed the detention of Russian fans attending Euro 2016 in France as "absolutely unacceptable"