Coronavirus in India: Record single-day spike of 40,425 cases; total tally crosses 11 lakh
India saw a record single-day jump of 40,425 COVID...
PM Modi sees India-US partnership helping world bounce back from coronavirus crisis
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday pitched India as a land of opportunities for US investors and said the partnership between the two...
Pakistan is the nerve centre of terrorism: India to UN
New York (USA), Aug 04 (ANI): India’s permanent representative to the United Nations, TS Tirumurti while speaking to ANI said that UN has ov...
Reserve Bank of India reveals nation's mood: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi claimed on Friday that the RBI has revealed the "mood of the nation" saying people's confidence is at an "all-time low" and insecurity high.
India likely to hit peak of 6.45 lakh active cases on Aug 21: India Outbreak Report
India is currently the third worst-hit country in the world by the Covid-19 pandemic, after the US and Brazil, with 3,11,565 active cases as per the government’s mygov.in portal on Tuesday. According to the Times Fact-India report, another model — SEIR (Susceptible Exposed Infected Recovered) — projects the peak at 6.98 lakh active cases on Aug 23.
India is treasure trove of traditional wisdom when it comes to agriculture: VP Naidu
While addressing during the inaugural function on ‘Science for resilient food, nutrition and livelihoods’ in the national capital on August ...
Heavy rains likely in parts of Mumbai, coastal areas: India Meteorological Department
While Mumbai is expected to receive light to moderate showers, neighbouring districts of Thane, Palghar, Raigad and Ratnagiri may witness heavy rains at isolated places.
Australian, Chinese envoys to India engage in Twitter war over South China sea claims
This is the first time representatives of two high-profile nations have engaged in a war of words in India, despite ideological differences between countries and blocs. Chinese diplomats, however, have been recently active in Europe and parts of Asia criticising host nations on social media.
India's Buddhist outreach: International Airport at Kushinagar for Buddhist pilgrims
Modi spoke to Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, and congratulated him on the successful conduct of parliamentary elections in Sri Lanka. Prime Minister commended the government and the electoral institutions of Sri Lanka for effectively organising the elections despite the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Heavy rains wreak havoc in India; 16 NDRF teams deployed in Maharashtra
Five people have gone missing and three deaths were reported in rain-related incidents across the country on Thursday, while the intensity o...
COVID-19 in India: 48,916 new cases reported in last 24 hrs; total tally rises to 13.36 lakh
India reported a spike of 48,916 coronavirus cases on Saturday. The total COVID-19 positive cases stand at 13,36,861 including 4,56,071 acti...
India’s Covid-19 tally crosses 16 lakh mark; 779 deaths reported in 24 hours
India's COVID tally crossed 16 lakh mark on July 31. The country recorded the highest single-day spike of 55,079 positive cases today. The t...
India’s covid count on Sunday highest in world, records a single-day spike of 53,641 cases
India reported 3,69,588 cases during last week (July 27-Aug 2), higher than Brazil’s count of 3,13,776. The US logged 4,41,808 cases during the period. In the previous week (July 20-26), India’s count (317,892) was just behind Brazil, which had added 320,005 cases. The US had recorded 4,73,289 cases that week.
Disability rights activist Arman Ali to represent India at US programme
Disability rights activist Arman Ali will take part in the US Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Programme (IVLP), a statement issued by the US Consulate here on Monday said.
India reassures Nepal after Jaishankar’s remark on Gautama Buddha's birthplace
India moved to quell a new controversy over the birthplace of Gautama Buddha after the Nepalese govt took exception to foreign minister S Jaishankar claiming Buddha was Indian. On Sunday, the MEA said reassuringly, “EAM’s remarks yesterday at the CII event referred to our shared Buddhist heritage. There is no doubt that Gautam Buddha was born in Lumbini, which is in Nepal.”