To have a major impact on Indians in the U.S. waiting to get green cards
India will make a presentation on Thursday to World Trade Organisation (WTO) Director General Roberto Azevedo and India Inc. on New Delhi’s proposal for a global pact to boost services trade.
Bond yields climb after debt market participants are surprised by central bank’s shift to ‘neutral’ monetary stance
Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday said she would soon take up with World Trade Organisation (WTO) Director General Roberto Azevêdo the need to ensure that processes on outstanding issues
China’s newly-formed Rocket Force has conducted an exercise with advanced DF-16 medium-range ballistic missile that has a range of over 1,000 km and could target a number countries in the neighbourhoo
Tether that was created to slow down orbiting rubbish fails to get released
Chilika Lake has recorded marginal drop in the population of the species from 144 in 2015 to 134 this year
The 11th edition of Aero India will begin at the Yelahanka Air Force Station in Bengaluru on February 14
Bangladeshi authorities have decided to relocate thousands of refugees from Myanmar to a thinly populated island in the Bay of Bengal to avoid adverse socioeconomic impacts in the mainland.
The Centre had proposed to abolish the FIPB in its Budget for 2017-18
The Budget presented on Wednesday marks a paradigm shift in multiple ways. For one, it seeks to reconcile the consequences of international headwinds with domestic economic compulsions. The internatio
Ever since the Ramaguda or Ramgarh exchange of fire (EOF) in the cut-off area of the Andhra Odisha Border (AOB) took place between October 24 and 27, in which 30 Maoists were killed by the Greyhounds,
‘Mark My Bird’ is a website that invites the public to send their findings
The recommendations may turn out to be beneficial in parts at least, say consultants
A report by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has held Pakistan responsible for its negligence in conducting a sound analysis of water issues with India.
Hoping against hope:A demonstrator holds an anti-Brexit placard during a protest outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Wednesday.
U.S. President attacks the ‘terrible’ nuke deal his predecessor and other nations reached with it
Hearing on plea seeking to bar Aircel from selling spectrum slated for Friday
Former Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma on Wednesday took over as Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation.
Budgetary allocations made to set up a mechanism to curb sharing of such videos, SC told