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In India's foreign policy soft power should co-exist with pursuit of hard power

In India’s evolving foreign policy imagination, the pursuit of power and influence seems to eclipse the country’s traditions of normative behaviour and principled positions.

Modi government to launch digital media campaign to mark its four years

To mark four years in power, the Narendra Modi government will on Thursday begin a publicity blitz which will go on till June 3 and this time it will focus on digital media and private radio channels. 

Invite Pak army Chief Bajwa for talks: Ex-RAW Chief

 India should invite Pakistan’s Army chief Qamar Jawad Bajwa for talks, said a former intelligence chief at an event attended by several senior opposition leaders and former key officials 

At 46 degrees, heat wave grips Delhi, scorching week ahead

A heat wave officially struck the national capital on Tuesday with the city seeing a maximum of 44 degrees Celsius, four notches above the season's average, and some regions sizzling at 46 degrees while an unrelenting summer sun scorched the NCR and north, east and west India.

Karnataka floor test: Section 144 clamped in Mangalore

Amid the political ruckus in Karnataka, section 144 has been imposed in Mangalore as a precautionary measure ahead of the Supreme Court’s order directing Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) B.S. Yeddyurappa to prove majority in the state assembly.

Delhi HC issues notice to Google, FB for revealing identity of rape victim

 Delhi High Court  on Friday issued notice to Google, Facebook , Twitter and other social media sites after their Indian subsidiaries informed the court that they are not concerned entity to reply to court’s notice on disclosing the identity of Kathua victim. 

Pakistan hands over ailing Indian on humanitarian ground

In an humanitarian ground Pakistani Government today repatriated young Indian national who was suffering from thalassemia.  

Fake news causes death threats to targeted individual

Fake news has wreaked damage several times over the last few years. It has whipped up communal frenzy. It has potentially sabotaged elections. 

Major General Annakuttybabu assumes Office of ADG, MNS

Major Gen AnnakuttyBabu assumed the charge of Additional Director General, Military Nursing Service (MNS)

Chhota Rajan found guilty of journalist J. Dey's murder

A Special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (Mcoca) Court on Wednesday found mafia don Rajendra S. Nikhalje, alias Chhota Rajan, guilty of the sensational murder case of journalist J. Dey in June 2011.

Kapil Sharma sends legal notice to SpotBoyE, scribe for defamation

Actor-comedian Kapil Sharma on Wednesday sent a legal notice to SpotboyE and journalist Vickey Lalwani for "defamatory articles" and "character assassination".

Akrosh Rally : Rahul tears into Modi, says he speaks lies

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of being "hollow" and speaking "lies", and said that the BJP will be defeated in Karanataka assembly polls and the 2019 general election.

Democracy in danger: Manmohan

Former Prime Minister and Congress leader Manmohan Singh on Sunday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying "democracy is in danger" under his regime.

75% Kerala classrooms go High-Tech

About 75 per cent of Kerala's 45,000 classrooms in 4,775 state-owned secondary schools have been made high-tech with laptops, projectors, speakers and other equipment.

65% of video consumption in rural India: Smriti Irani

An average Indian spends 200 minutes a day on mobile apps and 65 per cent of video consumption the country is from rural areas, said Union Minister Smriti Irani on Friday.