Skip to main content
  • Open Article

    India football team plays Cambodia to prepare for AFC Asian Cup

    Goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu will lead India in their international friendly versus Cambodia in Phnom Penh today. The match is part of India’s preparation for the AFC Asian Cup qualifiers.

    Sports
  • Open Article

    Trans-Asia rail linking India to Iran, Turkey gets on track

    A multi-nation conference on trans-Asia connectivity has opened in New Delhi to explore the possibility of a rail freight service connecting India with Iran and Turkey.

    Business
  • Open Article

    Next round of India-Pakistan water talks in jeopardy

    A two-day meeting between the Indus water commissioners of Pakistan and India concluded on Tuesday, with New Delhi ‘acknowledging’ objections raised by Islamabad over the controversial hydropower projects.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Babri dispute:India’s SC wants out-of-court talks

    The new Hindu hardline chief minister of Uttar Pradesh promised on Tuesday to work impartially for all communities and the Supreme Court, in an apparently unrelated move, offered him a chance.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    'India could strike Pak with nuclear weapons first to pre-empt attack'

    There is increasing evidence that India could launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike to prevent Pakistan from using the option first, says an expert.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Pak, India agree on redesigning of Miyar hydroelectric project

    The agreement was reached following the two-day meeting of Indus Water Commissioners of Pakistan and India on water issues in Islamabad on Tuesday.The Pakistani delegation was headed by Mirza Asif Saeed.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Pak-India water talks resume today

    Pakistan on Sunday said it believed that continuation of purposeful talks with sincere efforts from both sides would lead to resolution of the matters at the Permanent Indus Commission level.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    In the moment of his political triumph, Modi has chosen to defeat India

    The elevation of Yogi Adityanath as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh is an odious and ominous development. It is an odious choice because the BJP has picked someone who is widely regarded as the single most divisive.

    View Point
  • Open Article

    Indian farmer wins train in legal fight

    An Indian farmer’s battle for proper compensation for land seized to build a railway reached an unexpected conclusion this week when a court awarded him a train.

    Off Track
  • Open Article

    India participates in parliamentary conference in Pak

    Representatives of 23 countries, including three MPs from India, are participating in a key cabinet committee session of the Asian Parliamentary Assembly that began in the Pakistani capital on Tuesday.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    India gold recycling plan fails to tempt households

    India's ambitious plan to recycle thousands of tonnes of gold lying idle in temples and households looks to have foundered on concerns over high costs and slight returns, in a blow to government hopes of cutting imports.

    Business
  • Open Article

    Can spring return to India-Pakistan ties?

    As the cycle of state elections winds down and India braces for the results in crucial states like Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, foreign policy, beyond the diaspora’s tribulations in the United States.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Indian PM Modi's party ahead in state polls

    Early counting on Saturday in India’s most populous state showed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party leading in the country’s most important electoral test since the 2014 general election.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    UN chief mulls talking to India, Pakistan on Kashmir

    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is mulling the option of talking to senior officials from India and Pakistan on the situation in Kashmir and will see how things can be improved on the ground.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    CPEC: Pakistan, China and India

    The recently held strategic dialogue between India and China provides a useful reality check on the state of the play. Over the past year,the relationship had reached an impasse owing to China’s unwillingness to support.

    View Point
  • Open Article

    Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan offers KKR vs Zalmi three-match series

    Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan has suggested organizing a three-match series between Peshawar Zalmi and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at a neutral venue, possibly in Dubai or London.

    Sports
  • Open Article

    India:Court makes rare conviction against Hindu radicals

    The trio wasconvicted of charges related to explosives and conspiracy to commit unlawful acts over the strike that left three dead and at least 15 injured, the men's lawyer Jagdish Rana told reporters outside the Jaipur.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    India deploys US-made surveillance drones along LoC

    Aerial surveillance drones manufactured in the United States are being deployed by India for surveillance along the Line of Control in Poonch and Rajouri districts, media reports said on Wednesday.

    Southeast Asia
  • Open Article

    Parleys between India,Pak on IWT to be held in Lahore

    Parleys between India and Pakistan on various aspects of the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) will be in Lahore on March 20 and March 21. The meeting of the Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) will take place nearly six months.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Indian director Karan Johar becomes father of twins through surrogacy

    Karan Johar has become a single father of twins - a baby boy and girl - who were born through surrogacy and the filmmaker says he is "enormously blessed" to be a parent.

    Art and Culture
  • Open Article

    Won't drop charges against Advani in Babri case:SC

    India's top court on Monday said that it won't accept dropping of charges against senior BJP leader LK Advani and others in the Babri Masjid demolition case.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    India to attend Lahore meet on Indus Waters Treaty

    India has agreed to participate in an annual meeting of the permanent Indus Waters Commission scheduled to be held in Pakistan this month.The meeting could not be held in September.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    Poster seeking 'Azadi for Kashmir' surfaces in Indian varsity

    A poster calling for freedom for Kashmir had the India’s Jawaharlal Nehru University administration in a tizzy on Thursday.The solitary poster was noticed by some students.

    South Asia
  • Open Article

    At UN, India and Pakistan spar over Kashmir

    Sparring over Kashmir at the UN human Rights Council, India and Pakistan have again exchanged verbal volleys over the issue with India claims the “terrorists are now devouring its own creator.

    South Asia

Want your BRAND to reach a wider audience?

Find out how

Search Articles