This article throws the spotlight on important milestones of the Arab Spring as it unfolded through the months
In an iconic decision by the government of India, a proposal allowing the reservation for Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Caste in the promotion in government jobs has been cleared.
The NAM summit was held in Iran and saw leaders of various countries come there to discuss international issues, with the Syrian conflict being the most talked about.
Finally some relief for the billion Indians who were waiting for justice to prevail over the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
Enough has been said about the coal misallocation and mismanagement of PM Manmohan Singh in thr 2005-2009 period when he served as coal minister. He decided to speak on the issue and silence his critics.
Lakshya-1, India’s indigenously developed, micro-light pilotless target aircraft, saw success as it was test-flown from the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur.
The United States has requested India to relax the leash that the government has on the content that goes on the internet. They has asked the Indian government to relax the law and order and also ensure "full freedom of the Internet," where an undue advantage of social media sites has been blamed for panic rise in India.
The government-opposition fiasco over corruption escalated has unfolded a new chapter with BJP MPs storming out of a meeting of the Joint Parliamentary Committee probing the 2G scam.
The Comptroller and Auditor-General’s (CAG) report which was released last week continued to be a looming grey cloud for the government this week.
Greek Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras, will be visiting Berlin coming Friday to plea for leniency in the bailout terms.
To provide a much needed boost to investments, Finance Minister P Chidambaram today asked banks to cut interest rates and keep EMIs at affordable levels so that sales of consumer goods will be encouraged and manufacturing will kick-start soon after.
The Comptroller and Auditor General reports on the privatization of three units namely: the Delhi airport, the ultra-mega power projects and the coal block allocations were unfolded in the Parliament today.
Britain has threatened to strip the Ecuadorian embassy in London of its diplomatic status after Julian Assange was given asylum in Ecuador.
In his Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that economic growth should be regarded as “a matter of national security”, and promised to make India convenient for foreign direct investment.
Baba Ramdev broke his five-day fast today but and freshly accused the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the Congress of their incapability and called upon his supporters to ensure the party’s defeat in the 2014 general elections.