A Member of Parliament on Friday sought the declassification of the Henderson Brooks report on the 1962 India-China war, saying it would enable people to know about the defeat and learn from it.
BJP’s new young set of leaders gives it hope and opportunity in Uttar Pradesh The BJP and its allies have won 325 seats in UP and this increase of 227 from the last polls means that most of the MLAs are new.
Indian Army soldier Chandulal Babulal Chavan, who strayed across the Line of Control (LoC), was reunited with his family here on Saturday, a day before Holi, the festival of joy.
Market experts believe the domestic equity market will open firm on Tuesday and the rupee will strengthen further. Agro-commodities may also see some gains.
Twelve Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed when they “walked into an ambush,” laid by Maoists in Chattisgarh’s Sukma district on Saturday morning.
Five factors that could decide market direction in coming week; Even though the market had already priced in such an outcome, Modi’s grand win in the UP polls is likely to add positivity in the financial markets.
Giving a significant edge to India’s defence preparedness and strike capability, an extended range version of the BrahMos cruise missile has been successfully test fired! DRDO tested the latest 450-km range version of the cruise missile days after its chief announced its development at the Aero India 2017.
Indian government, that keeps hitting out at Pakistan for sponsoring acts of terrorism at the international fora, asked a Rajya Sabha member on Friday to withdraw his private member bill that sought to declare Pakistan as a terrorist state.
PM Modi passes demonetisation test with flying colours; His appeal also ensured an emphatic victory for the BJP in Uttarakhand and a surprisingly strong performance in the Congress stronghold of Manipur.
THE stage is set for crucial developmental test of an extended-range version of supersonic cruise missile BrahMos. The world-class nuclear capable missile with advanced seeker software is likely to be test-fired from a defence base off the Odisha coast on Saturday.
Panel reviews impact of steps on easing cross-border trade; The cabinet secretary-led National Committee on Trade Facilitation is trying to gauge the effect of measures such as reduction in documents required for export and import.
The central government is developing roads in far-flung areas in such a way that aeroplanes would be able to land on some of them, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today said.