India

Congress alleges complete security collapse at RaGa’s yatra in Kashmir

The Congress on Friday alleged inadequate security arrangements for former party chief Rahul Gandhi during his Bharat Jodo Yatra in Kashmir’s Banihal, accusing the administration of “playing with the life” of the Gandhi scion. Following the alleged security breach, Rahul had to leave the foot march and was taken in a bulletproof car. “Security was

Why India seeks modification to Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan

India says the World Bank’s parallel actions initiated on the insistence of Pakistan for the appointment of a neutral expert as well as a court of arbitration to examine Islamabad's objections are not covered under the IWT.

AAP moves SC, demands mayoral election on time

In its suit before the apex court, the AAP has also sought prohibition on voting by aldermen as per law

Know your padma awardee: Chinna Jeeyar Swami, the designer of Statue of Equality

The Statue of Equality was built on Ramanujacharya's teaching of "equality in all aspects of living including faith, caste and creed”. The 216-foot tall statue is among the tallest metallic sitting statues in the world.

Malafide, mischievous: Adani Group to sue USA’s Hindenburg

Group terms Hindenburg Research report as ‘maliciously mischievous, un-researched’