Watch: Google India dedicates homepage to Covid awareness
As India's number of Sars COVID affected patients rises to over 5 million, Google I...
Coronavirus crisis is shattering India's big and bright dreams
India's ambitious goals of becoming a superpower, military upgrade and pulling its poor population out of poverty have been set back by a sharp plunge in economic growth and soaring coronavirus infections.
Coronavirus in India: Total tally crosses 53-lakh mark with 93,337 new cases
With a spike of 93,337 new cases, India’s COVID-19 case tally crossed 53-lakh mark on September 19. The total coronavirus case tally stands ...
India beats China, becomes member of United Nations's ECOSOC body
In a significant development, India has been elected as the member of the Commission on Status of Women (CSW), a body of the Economic and So...
India beats China to win crucial election to UN commission on women
China, a permanent member of the UN Security Council, got only 27 votes and could not even cross the half-way mark and also failed to get the required majority of 28 votes. The election result is being seen as sending a strong signal about China's own record of women's equality and empowerment.
Skyrocketing coronavirus cases in India could eclipse the outbreak in America
With a gross domestic product last year of almost $3 trillion, India is the world’s fifth-largest economy and a crucial node in global supply chains. Despite the troubled state of its own medical system, it is by far the largest producer of both vaccines and the generic drugs that healthcare systems around the world rely upon.
India is sitting on a healthcare time bomb, and no, it is not the coronavirus
More than a million children have missed crucial immunizations and hospital births have shown a sharp decline, indicating many women may have gone through unsafe childbirth at home.
General Motors faces unexpected bills as India-China tensions delay sale of India plant: Sources
Gaining Indian government approval for China-related deals is now expected to take quite some time and although the sale should still happen at some point, GM has not changed its plan to begin winding down the plant's operations next month, they said.
India suggests three-point proposal for global movement of citizens amid pandemic
The Indian Minister called on Governments around the world to ensure that interests of foreign students are protected and movement of stranded seafarers back to their home country is facilitated.
‘India had far more Covid cases than official count’
The ICMR’s serological survey suggests that the country may have missed a significant proportion of cases in the first three months of the pandemic.
India suggests partnership with Japan in Russian Far-East
India-Russia-Japan are planning to launch trilateral format and it could be launched through Track 2 dialogue.
Limit of 5.5 m imposed by SC on Char dham road not enough from strategic point of view: Uttarakhand CM
"From the strategic or national security point of view we can't make do with a 5.5 metre wide all weather road which passes through several border districts located in the hills. The smooth movement of troops by a road with this kind of limit is not possible," Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh said.
Foreign ministers of Russia, India, China meet in Moscow
The foreign ministers of Russia, India and China (RIC) on Thursday held trilateral talks on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in Moscow.
Covid-19: India reports 97,894 new cases in 24 hours; tally crosses 51-lakh mark
As per the data released by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India on September 17 reported single-day spike of 97,894 new coronavirus...