Pakistan condemns Citizenship Amendment Bill, calls it India's attempt to interfere in neighbouring countries
According to the proposed legislation, members of Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi and Christian communities, who have come from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan till December 31, 2014 and facing religious persecution there, will not be treated as illegal immigrants but given Indian citizenship.
COP 25: India calls for speedier expansion of international solar alliance
Expressing contentment over 83 countries joining the ISA in just four years, Javadekar said, "When ISA was launched, the idea was that all those countries who get more solar energy as they fall between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn should come together to create the consumers' own market.
Citizenship Amendment Bill: India terms USCIRF comments as 'unwarranted'
India on Tuesday termed the comments made by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) on the Citizenship (Amendment) Bi...
Fitch revises outlook on Cairn India to negative
Vedanta owns half of its 70 per cent in the prolific Rajasthan oil block through Cairn India Holdings.
Korean company starts arbitration against India
The development comes about a year after the company issued notices to the government seeking gas supplies within six months. It also comes on the back of the Centre seeking to end the impasse over executed contracts between renewable energy companies and the Andhra Pradesh government in order to safeguard clean energy investments.
India among top 10 countries with higher climate performance: Report
The current levels of per capita emissions and energy use in India, ranked 9th in the "high category", are still comparatively low and, along with ambitious 2030 targets, result in high ratings for the green house gas (GHG) emissions and energy use categories, the report released here in the Spanish capital.
Is a pan-India NRC possible? The lesson from Assam
The Union home minister pulled no punches when he said the exercise will weed out "all illegal infiltrators from India", a stance the BJP government has maintained since it came to power for the second time.
Passage of Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: India's tryst with bigotry, says Priyanka Gandhi
The Congress general secretary's remarks came after the CAB was passed in the Lok Sabha with 311 members favouring it and 80 voting against it. The bill will now be tabled in the Rajya Sabha for its nod on Wednesday.
China on mind, India set to hand over sub to Myanmar
The impending transfer of the INS Sindhuvir is part of India’s continuing policy to counter China’s strategic inroads into Myanmar. The 3,000-tonne INS Sindhuvir may be 31 years old but it has undergone regular refits in India and Russia over the years, with the latest modernisation work being undertaken on the diesel-electric boat in Visakhapatnam.
Digital India, Smart City initiatives drive business for Nutanix
Globally, the company has moved towards a subscription-based model, and in the recently reported quarterly results said it had deferred revenue of close to $1 billion.
Yediyurappa to meet BJP central leadership to finalise Cabinet expansion
Recently there was some speculation within the BJP circles that all disqualified legislators who contested the bypolls on the party ticket will be made Ministers, irrespective of whether they win or not, and MLC option was being considered to make them ministers.
Nippon India MF narrows valuation gap with HDFC AMC post correction
Both AMC stocks declined in the past two weeks as inflows into equity have fallen drastically.
Most foreign funds not massively overweight on India: Ayon Mukhopadhyay, IIFL Securities
Reforms in the NBFC sector can increase the GDP by 1 to 2%, says Mukhopadhyay.
India Inc has long way to go in employing disabled people
Only 34 lakh of the about 1.34 crore people with disabilities (PwDs) in the employable age have a job in India, according to Equiv.in, a recruitment platform that cited government data for the numbers. That is an unemployment rate of more than 70%.
India's efforts for SAARC collaboration repeatedly challenged with acts of terror: PM Modi
In a letter to the SAARC secretariat on the 35th anniversary of the grouping's founding, the prime minister Narendra Modi said that all countries in the region should take effective steps to defeat the scourge of terrorism and the forces which support it. Such efforts, he, said would generate greater trust and confidence to build a stronger SAARC.
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