Stories By Smita Prakash
127 Feb 2015 Fri
The announcement comes as Mr Pillai and Singapore's Foreign Affairs Minister K Shanmugam visit the city of Hyderabad, and call on Andhra Pradesh’s Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu.
211 Feb 2015 Wed
India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has been dealt its worst blow since coming into office and a correction in its course could be in the cards.
328 Jan 2015 Wed
India is not shying away from the United State's attempts to rebalance its engagement in Asia, as New Delhi feels that a strategic deal with Washington is needed to check China's cooperation with rival Pakistan.
427 Jan 2015 Tue
"India and the United States are not just natural partners - I believe that America can be India's best partner," says US President Barack Obama in a speech before an audience of young people as he wraps up a three-day visit to New Delhi.
523 Jan 2015 Fri
US President Barack Obama will be the first American president to visit India twice in his tenure when he arrives in New Delhi on Sunday (Jan 25) for a three-day visit.
620 Jan 2015 Tue
A street child who had gone to the fast food outlet in Pune to buy a drink was allegedly made to leave the restaurant by an employee.
714 Jan 2015 Wed
Last week's massacre of 12 people at the French satirical weekly's Paris office, has sparked a debate about freedom of the press versus religious sensitivities in India.
813 Jan 2015 Tue
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is confident that the people of the Indian capital will vote them into power in the Delhi state elections set for Feb 7.
912 Jan 2015 Mon
The three-day Vibrant Gujarat Summit, billed as India's Davos by the organisers, has been criticised by opposition parties as being mere hype with hardly any actual foreign investment coming India's way.
1005 Jan 2015 Mon
Security has been beefed up at major airports in India following warnings of a possible hijack attempt after Indian intelligence agencies said militants could be looking to hijack Air India flights that are going from New Delhi to Kabul in Afghanistan.