Stories By Avneet Arora
116 Dec 2014 Tue
Most parts of the region have been lashed by rains while higher altitudes have received the season's first snowfall.
215 Dec 2014 Mon
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the people to come together to fight drug addiction during his third national radio address on Sunday (Dec 14).
310 Dec 2014 Wed
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has won the online reader's poll for Time magazine's 2014 'Person of the Year', but the publication's editors chose not to shortlist the Indian head of state for the final eight contenders of the annual title.
410 Dec 2014 Wed
More than 10 agreements in the fields of energy, trade and military co-operation are expected to be inked during the Russian president's trip to India.
509 Dec 2014 Tue
The alleged rape of a 27-year-old woman by a taxi driver has reignited debate about the safety of commuting women in India.
608 Dec 2014 Mon
The Times of India said it has documents to show provincial authorities in Chhattisgarh had set quotas for doctors performing sterilisation surgeries.
726 Nov 2014 Wed
Observers said the Prime Minister, who marks six months in office on Wednesday (Nov 26), has fared well on most grounds, and one of the high points has been Narendra Modi’s interactions with other world leaders.
824 Nov 2014 Mon
The Narendra Modi government is looking to push the Insurance Bill as well as the Goods and Service Tax Bill in the session.
924 Nov 2014 Mon
The Modi government has created a ministry to promote Yoga and Ayurvedic therapies across the globe. But the move has prompted the question - does India really need a separate Yoga Ministry or should it concentrate its efforts on strengthening its own domestic healthcare system?
1022 Nov 2014 Sat
Two years after a 23-year-old student was gang-raped and later died from her injuries in New Delhi, commuters are asking whether public outrage and stricter rape laws have made India a safer place for female travellers.