"Sino-Indian ties can in no way be counter-balanced by Japan-Indian friendship,” an editorial in China's State-run Global Times newspaper said. Here, PM Modi is delivering a lecture at the Sacred Heart University in Tokyo on Tuesday. PTI

India-Japan ties 'mere psychological comfort'

China’s State-run Global Times newspaper said in an editorial on Tuesday that China-India relations denoted much more than that. »
100 days of NDA rule

High on rhetoric, low on performance: Congress

It dubbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a "dream merchant" who came to power by selling "false hopes." »


Jawans engaged in an encounter in Rajpora area of Pulwama district, 45 km from Srinagar, on Tuesday in which three militants were killed. Photo: Nissar Ahmad

Three militants killed in encounter in Kashmir

The identity and group affiliation of the slain militants is being ascertained. »
Prime Minister Modi inaugurates TCS Japan Technology and Cultural Academy Soukoukai in the traditional Japanese way. Photo Courtesy: Brij Mohan Meena/Photo Division, MEA Japan Diary

Modi waxes eloquent on women and goddesses

"In my cabinet, 25 per cent are women. Our Foreign Minister is a woman," he said. »


G. Pulla Rao of Weavers’ Service Centre, Vijayawada, displays the linen saree woven by him. Photo: By Arrangement

India’s finest linen saree woven in Vijayawada

In a major breakthrough in the handloom sector, Vijayawada-based Weavers’ Service Centre (WSC), under the Government of India, has come up with the country’s first linen saree, also known as Extra... »
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An activist protesting against the murder of RSS leader in Kannur, outside the CPI (M) headquarters in New Delhi on Tuesday. Photo: Shiv Kumar Pushpakar

Stop political killings in Kerala, Rajnath tells Chandy

Concerned over the murder of RSS activist E. Manoj in Kannur on Monday, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has asked Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy to take strict action to stop such political... »
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Alagiri surrenders before court, granted bail

Former Union Minister and expelled DMK leader M K Alagiri on Tuesday surrendered before the Judicial Magistrate Court I in Madurai in a case relating to alleged grabbing of land and was granted ba... »
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Chenchu tribals having a look at the Warangal Fort on Monday. Photo: M. Murali

Scores of Chenchus get a feel of Warangal

MLA S. Madhusudhana Chary lives up to his promise. Bandi Poshalu, who lives in the Chenchu colony in Chityal mandal, said that as their vocation had changed with changing times, they were now making a... »
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