Indian-American Muslim organisation in Houston actively backing "Howdy, Modi!" event
The Indian American Muslim Association of greater Houston (IMAGH) is one of the major Welcome Partners for the community reception in honour of Prime Minister Modi.
SC verdict not a win or loss for anybody, no place for bitterness, fear in new India: PM after Ayodhya verdict
In an unanimous verdict, the t...
Subdued Eid celebrations in India in shadow of coronavirus pandemic
In his message, President Ram Nath Kovind asked citizens to reaffirm thei...
Relief in Ayodhya after judgment
Many lanes and bylanes were barricaded by the police, but elsewhere it was business as usual. In the run-up to the judgement delivered by a five-judge bench, many lanes in the town bore a deserted look. At homes, people sat glued to their television sets.
People of Pakistan treat all Indians as relatives: Sharad Pawar
Justifying his contentions, the former Defence Minister pointed out that he had visited Pakistan several times and was always accorded warm hospitality.
CashKaro offers internships to students from international colleges, starting with LSE
The cashback company believes that given their three-country presence (India, UK and Singapore), it is necessary to be more inclusive with young talent from across the world.
India, Russia to boost ties to achieve $30 billion bilateral trade by 2025
This was emphasised upon by Russia's Deputy PM Yuri Trutnev and Union Minister Piyush Goyal during a session from in Vladivostok, Russia.
Ramdev's Bharitya Shiksha Board brings in RSS's Atul Kothari as special invitee
Atul Kothari of the RSS affiliated body and the Nyas he represents as its National Secretary- recently objected to ‘sex education’ being advocated in the new National education policy.
Realty Hot Spot Series: Why this premium South Delhi locality is much sought-after
South Delhi's Saket is a premium micro-market comprising quality residential, high-end retail and commercial offices.
Nepal will not be part of any alliance 'targeted' to friendly country: Pradeep Kumar Gyawali
Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said that Nepal has "time and again made it clear that our soil will not be misused against the critical interests of both our neighbouring countries."
No procession on Prophet's birth anniversary this year in Ayodhya: Muslim leaders
The decision was taken as a "precaution" and also due to "some sadness" among Muslims in the wake of the Supreme Court's Saturday verdict, negating the Muslims' claim over the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land. The Ayodhya adminstration, however, maintained that processions were taken out, though they might have been scaled down.
Leaders across parties take to twitter to hail Ayodhya verdict
Surprisingly, most BJP leaders did not personally tweet on the judgment, but retweeted the statements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on the verdict. Union minister Nitin Gadkari posted a video on his official Twitter handle where he can be seen addressing the media. He said the people should respect the decision of the Supreme Court.
AIMPLB contemplating seeking review of Ayodhya verdict
The apex court on Saturday cleared the way for the construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site at Ayodhya, and directed the Centre to allot a 5-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque. It also ordered the Centre to form a trust in three months' time for the construction of the temple.
No threat to yatris: Hurriyat leaders
Five CRPF personnel and a J&K police officer, Arshid Khan, who succumbed on Sunday, were killed.
ET Explains: Why Yogi Adityanath wants a ban on Popular Front of India (PFI)
Set up in February 17, 2007, the PFI initiated its operations as a branch of three state-level organisations - the National Development Fund (NDF) Kerala, Karnataka Forum for Dignity (KFD) Karnataka and Manitha Neethi Pasiray (MNP) Tamil Nadu. The outfit boasts of a structural presence in 17 states in India.