Coronavirus in India: Total tally rises to 23.29 lakh with 60,963 new cases
India on August 12 reported single-day spike of 60,963 COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours. 834 people lost their lives because of pandemic ...
India’s economic fortunes diverge from the rest of South Asia as Covid cases continue to surge
The relative success of Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in containing the virus will help their economies recover at a faster pace than India, Capital Economics Ltd. said in a report to clients. India is now one of the world’s virus hotspots, with about 5.5 million cases.
India records over 1 lakh single-day recoveries for first time, fresh cases dip below 76,000
There are 9,75,861 active coronavirus cases in the country, which make 17.54 per cent of the total caseload, the data stated.
The lockdown killed my father: Farmer suicides add to India’s virus misery
Months ago, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi imposed one of the world’s strictest lockdowns to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Singh’s livelihood came crashing down. His 1-acre farm had barely produced enough cotton to cover the cost of growing it, and the lockdown even robbed him of his side job as a bus driver.
Govt planning short duration discussion on India-China border dispute in monsoon session
The government is planning to discuss the international dispute under Rule 193 of Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in Lok Sabha, which is used by a member of Parliament to raise a discussion on a matter of urgent public importance and it does not require any voting at the end of the discussion.
Government actively promoting India as a manufacturing hub, innovation destination: Shringla
These among other ideas on India’s Foreign Policy goals were put forward by Shringla while addressing students of International Relations of the prestigious St Stephens college on Monday.
Approach to development should be human-centric: PM Modi at US-India summit
"The pandemic has impacted several things but it has not impacted the aspirations and of ambitions of 1.3 billion Indians. In recent months, there have been far-reaching reforms," said PM Modi.
India slams Pakistan, Turkey and OIC for raking Kashmir matter at UNHRC
India exercised its right of reply at the 45th Session of the Human Rights Council at United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). India rep...
India calls for collaboration between nations and tech companies to check misinformation
"The pandemic has demonstrated the existential dilemma of an information society. We have been exposed to misinformation and disinformation campaigns which have put lives and livelihoods of millions at risk, divided communities with fake news and doctored videos and undermined the trust in public authorities to tackle the disease," Counsellor in the Permanent Mission of India to the UN Paulomi Tripathi said at the forum.
Foreign ministers of Russia, India and China set to meet in Moscow as a step towards confidence building
Russia, which holds the current presidency of the RIC as well as the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and the BRICS bloc, has been playing a quiet but important role to defuse Sino-Indian tensions. It hopes that Delhi and Beijing will be able to reach a mutually acceptable solution.
Muting of democratic India continues: Congress on Rajya Sabha MPs suspension
The suspension of the eight members comes a day after the Upper House witnessed unprecedented unruly scenes by protesting opposition members during the passage of two farm bills.
Coronavirus in India: Record 86,432 new cases take total tally past 40 lakh-mark, nearly 70,000 dead
As many as 86,432 people were detected with COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, the data of Health Ministry showed on September 05, pushing the c...
Covid-19: India reports 90,802 new cases in 24 hrs; tally crosses 42 lakh-mark
India on September 07 reported single-day spike of 90,802 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, the data released by the Ministry of H...
Foreign ministers of Russia, India, China to meet in Moscow, says the Chinese foreign ministry
External affairs minister S Jaishankar is in Moscow on a four-day visit to attend the meeting of foreign ministers of the SCO of which both India and China are members. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is the host of the meeting of SCO foreign ministers being held in the Russian capital from Wednesday to Thursday.