In a veiled attack on Congress and the opposition parties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that he "welcomed criticism" and said it was a like a "goldmine for him" but "nowadays critici
In a veiled message to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that antics of those exporting terror and trying to backstab will not be tolerated and they will be answered in language
Resource stocks were on a roll in Asia on Thursday as oil prices hit heights not seen since late 2014 and ignited a rally across commodities, though the potential boost to inflation globally also put
Following were the wholesale prices in the Bengaluru APMC here on Thursday. OIL (per 10 kg) : Groundnut 1250-1350 Coconut 1250-1600 Gingely 1500-1800 Castor 1000-1100 Sunflower 1250-1350 Butter 4500-5
The UK's top share index rose on Thursday as surging crude oil prices boosted commodity stocks, while consumer goods giant Unilever fell on worries over its pricing power. By 0838 GMT, the FTSE 100
Most Southeast Asian markets gained on Thursday as strong commodity and oil prices buoyed sentiment, while a selloff in the Philippines saw the index closing at it lowest in nearly a year. Philipp
India and the UK on Wednesday discussed their shared priorities in the Indo-Pacific and committed to working more closely together to ensure it remained free and open. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and
India and the UK on Wednesday discussed a wide range of issues which will take their bilateral relations to a newer height. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was welcomed by the UK Prime Minister Theresa
Britain will be just as important to India after it leaves the EU as it is now, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday, May's spokeswoman said. "Prime Minist
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Prince Charles at an exhibition on Indian science and innovation here on Wednesday.
With multiple rape cases of minor girls sparking nation-wide outrage, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said there should be no politics over the issue.
Over 40 lakh senior citizens have voluntarily given up the concession in reservation of railway tickets, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday.