India and Germany sign 17 MoUs, five joint declarations of intent exchanged
Seventeen agreements have been signed between India and Germany in the fields of agriculture, maritime technology, ayurveda and yoga among others, the external affairs ministry said. Five joint declarations of intent were also exchanged between India and Germany, the ministry said in a statement.
Germany, India have broad-based ties, will build on close cooperation: Angela Merkel
"Germany-India are linked by very close ties. We will ha...
30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall fall: Google celebrates with a special doodle
The Berlin Wall came up on August 13, 1961, dividing East a...
After UK, Germany, Australia 'strongly' discourage their citizens from travelling to Kashmir
The travel alert comes a day after the Indian government asked tourists and Amarnath Yatra pilgrims to immediately curtail their stay after a series of intelligence inputs were received by security agencies over multiple terror attacks on August 2.
Germany's World Cup was a disaster waiting to happen
The four-time winners should have seen the red flags and heeded the warnings after failing to hit top form for almost a year prior to the tournament in Russia.
Germany fail to find the net in the first half
German skipper, Manuel Neuer almost gifted the Asian a sitter when he spilled the ball after a free kick aimed at his goal post.
India, Germany to focus on trade, economic relations at IGC: Merkel ahead of Delhi visit
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be visiting India and meeting PM Modi at the upcoming fifth biennial Inter-Governmental Consultations in Delhi. Modi and Merkel will also exchange views on regional and global matters of mutual interest.
Europe's top economies falter as new virus clouds outlook
Growth in both nations sputtered in 2019, with output actually shrinking for Germany in the April-June quarter and for France in October-December.
Germany debates 'mosque tax' to replace foreign funding
Several of Germany's 16 states had also signalled support in principle for the idea which would mirror Germany's voluntary Christian "church tax."
Merkel to hold talks with PM Modi on bilateral issues, 20 agreements likely to be signed
Ahead of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's 3-day visit to India starting Thursday, the two countries are expected to hold bilateral meetings and sign about 20 agreements in a wide spectrum of areas. Talks on Kashmir might come up during the meet.
Teenager Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar secures India's record 13th Olympic quota in shooting
The 18-year-old Tomar shot 449.1 in the eight-man final to finish third on the podium behind gold medallist Kim Jonghyun (459.9) of Korea and Chinese Zhonghao Zhao (459.1) at the Lusail Shooting Complex. He had sailed through to the finals of the event with a 1168 score in the 120-shot qualifying. There were three quotas on offer in the event.
Germany seeks India’s stamp on US-led Afghanistan talks
Announcing his visit, MEA’s spokesperson, Raveesh Kumar said, “Tomorrow, we will exchange views with the Special Representative from Germany who is responsible for intra-Afghan dialogue."
Hospitality brand Tamara to increase footprint in South India
The properties in Kerala will spread across all its three brands. Already, O by Tamara, its five star brand, has become operational in Thiruvananthapuram with 152 rooms and the largest convention centre in the city. A luxury resort in Alappuzha and two mid-segment hotels under its Lilac brands are coming up at Kannur and Guruvayur.
View: All eyes on courts for CAA but they have been known to falter before
Labelling dissidents as anti-national is not how democracies work. Instead, our political leadership and its followers should introspect as to who really is creating this divisiveness and hatred in society.
How Lewis Hamilton went on to win in Germany after starting 14th
Sebastian Vettel was on pole and the stars seemed aligned for him to take his first win at Hockenheim.