Suzuki Motor Corp Chairman Osamu Suzuki has said the Japanese car maker is committed to its investments in India even as he expressed concern over the time being taken to find the cause for violence at the Manesar plant of its subsidiary Maruti Suzuki.Read More
Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan Tuesday said the central bank would soon announce a regular process of granting bank licences, ending the current system of giving it in tranches.
Hailing from troubled Baramullah district of Kashmir Valley, Zahida Amin comes from a traditional Kashmiri artisans' family.
Working for women empowerment, she had formed a group and trained over 30 women in traditional
On May 1 and 2, 2014, the Bodo Territorial Autonomous Districts (BTAD) were afflicted by ethnic violence when 41 bodies were discovered in Baska and Kokrajhar districts. Non Bodos, including migrant Muslims,
The new government in Pakistan will have to take some hard decisions on difficult issues pertaining to foreign policy, even though the choices will be very limited. Numerous complexities will emerge not
Naxalites of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) [CPI (Maoist)], or Maoists in short, have been using rockets in their assaults on the security forces since the past, at least, eight years.
Direct selling firm Amway's India Chairman and CEO William S Pinckney, an American national, and two company directors, arrested in connection with three cases of alleged fraud, have been remanded to 14
Ruling out the possibility of deploying Army in anti-Naxal operations, Defence Min A K Antony has said the real answer lies in strengthening local and central police forces.
He said the Services have
Chhattisgarh High Court's Justice Prashant Mishra will probe the Maoist attack on Congress leaders in Chhattisgarh last weekend.
The judicial commission headed by Justice Mishra has been constituted to probe the Naxal attack
Heads rolled in Chhattisgarh administration with the state government suspending Bastar district Superintendent of Police on Tuesday night and shunting out Bastar range Inspector General of Police and Collector in the wake
India has assured global retail giants Walmart and Tesco that it will hand hold them for their entry into the just opened multi-brand retailing in the country.
The assurance was given by Commerce and
The government on Monday hiked the import duty on gold and platinum to 6 per cent from 4 per cent with immediate effect - a move aimed at curbing imports of the precious
India has said it will continue to press for extradition of David Headley from the USafter the Pakistani-American LeT terrorist escaped death penalty for helping plot the 2008 Mumbai terror attack and sentenced to
David Coleman Headly, a Pakistani-American who pleaded guilty to his role in the 2008 Mumbai, India terror attacks has been sentenced by a U.S. court to 35 years in prison.
At least 10 people, who were allegedly involved in a spate of terror attacks in different parts of the country, had links with RSS or its affiliated organisations, Union Home Secretary R
The ruling BJP in Karnataka was on Wednesday thrown into fresh quagmire as two Ministers resigned and 11 more MLAs loyal to former Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa announced their decision to
The National Innovation Council (NInC) has decided to include the Startup Village, country's first telecom incubator, as its officially backed showcase project -- a move that would prompt other state governments to
Making far reaching recommendations, the Justice Verma Committee favoured comprehensive amendments to criminal laws seeking minimum 20 years imprisonment for gang rape and life term for rape and murder but refrained from
India and Australia on Monday moved towards further cementing their strategic partnership as they agreed to begin negotiations here in March on a nuclear pact besides broadening trade and economic relations.
Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Rana, who was sentenced to 14 years in jail for providing material support to Pakistan-based LeT and for backing a plot to attack a Danish newspaper, would appeal against his