NDA Govt’s e-Tourist Visa is attracting more foreign tourists to India. There has been a whopping 219% growth in tourist arrival, and according to the Ministry of Tourism, all the credits for this robust growth goes to the introduction of e-Tourist Visa for 150 countries as against the earlier coverage of 77 countries.
The Indian Navy’s second indigenous aircraft carrier, INS Vishal, will be a 65,000-ton nuclear-powered behemoth. Capable of carrying up to 55 aircraft, it will be more than 300 metres long, making it almost double the size of India’s first indigenous carrier, INS Vikrant, which is under construction.
In the last 24 months, there has been no loss of life in any aircrash involving Indian Air Force (IAF) planes — barring the unfortunate accident with An-32, the government told the Lok Sabha
The culture ministry was embarrassed on Friday when social media users pointed out that one of its videos celebrating Independence Day featured Pakistan’s JF-17 Thunder combat jets in the opening segmen
With the passage of the goods and services tax (GST) bill, the major of reforms expected of the NDA Government are largely done. The policy changes along with greater fiscal headroom from an improving economy will ensure sustainable growth in the next few years.
Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) ships Yuudachi and Yuugiri entered Mumbai Harbour on Friday, for a scheduled visit and it will leave the docks on Saturday.
Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Bahadur Ali’s interrogation has revealed how Pakistan-based terrorists, after in filtrating into India through the line of control, manage to dodge security forces for days, sometimes months without any problem.
India’s FDI inflows in 2015-16 increased to record $55.46 billion as against $45.15 billion in 2014-15 and $36.04 billion during 2013-14. Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved changes in norms for foreign direct investment (FDI) for non-banking financial companies (NBFCs), enabling inflow of foreign investment via automatic route in “other financial services”. This is the third major relaxation in FDI norms since November 2015.
Pakistan was ready for a bilateral moratorium with India on nuclear non-testing, the country’s top diplomat said today.