Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti has rushed to New Delhi on Saturday to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to resolve the contentious issues that have cropped up among the coalition partners PDP and BJP over the deteriorating law and order situation in the Valley.
The US-India ties have significantly improved over the last few decades, becoming more "stronger" and "matured" that defied changes in the governments in both the countries, finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday.
Trump has already tightened the visa laws especially for H1B visa.This was definitely a great shock to the IT companies who recruit specially skilled workers from India.Now in a press meet conducted in the White House the press secretary
Stressing the importance of competition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that with changing dynamics, the government needs to change its role from being a regulator to an enabler.: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that mobile phones were banned from his meetings because he often found officers checking social media sites in the midst of official discussions.
The cap for US H-1B visas for 2018 is tightened but immigration experts say that Indian applicants, who form the majority lot of the applicants fir such visas, have other options as well -- such as the L1 and EB5 visas.
: Top BJP netas went into a huddle at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence on Wednesday to discuss the political and legal fallout of the Supreme Court order but there is also a realisation in the party that the reopening of the case could revive the temple issue after years of being on the backburner.
A day after PM's Surat road show and Patidar rally, BJP chief Amit Shah on Tuesday appointed party national general secretary and Rajya Sabha MP, Bhupendra Rajya Sabha MP, Bhupendra Yadav, as in-charge of poll-bound Gujarat.
Trump the craziest President of United States of America is always famous for his funny expression and action.Now he has proved this once again.Trump’s first Egg roll ceremony has the most awkward moments.Only a very few celebrities marked their presence.
Trump tightened the screws of the US immigrants and H1b visa.He made his policy “Americans First” strong with this aggressive move.Now this spreads to Australia too.The Austrailian Government inspired by Trumps move is now planning to tighten its working visa too.
Imagine a Roller coaster getting stuck abruptly in air.It is sure to pump up your adrenalin to the extreme .One such incident happened in Washington in a well-renowned theme park.The roller coaster was functioning in full-fledged state with 24 riders in it.It got stuck all of a sudden in air.In spite of extreme efforts taken by the person who drives the ride nothing turned positive, where and people were literally stuck in the air.The whole atmosphere was filled with shock.
A few months back Trump made his policy strong “Be American and Buy American”by chucking out the immigrants out of his country in which most of them were Indians.The Doctors,and other people in high positions were asked to leave the country in a wink.
Melania Trump has refiled a $150 MILLION lawsuit against the corporation that publishes the Daily Mail’s website for reporting rumours that she worked as a high-end escort in the 1990s.
This was done years back and it was almost shelved
NASA has announced an extreme heat treat for this coming year.The impact of the sun rays and its extreme heat is increasing day by day.In Washington the highest heat temperature has been recorded its has been recorded as the highest in the past 137 years.
Pakistan Army’s decision to execute alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav seems to have found little support globally. Not only has AmnestyInternational slammed the decision but also the civil rights groups within Pakistan.
Unlike other spies who try to survive and (hopefully, one day) go back home, Pakistani spy Mohammad Sajeed Muneer, alias Sameer Kumar, wants to spend the rest of his life in Bhopal. Not because he likes the hospitality at Bhopal's detention home or is scared to face the wrath of ISI, but because of his killer past.
Top US experts have expressed concern over Pakistan's decision to give death penalty to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav as they warned that Islamabad wants to send a "strong message" to India against isolating it on the world stage.
Generally any one use power to expand their business. One need not say how Indian politicians or businessmen use political connections to grew their businesses in multiple folds with shares skyrocketing at alarming proportions.
But much to the shock of all, Donald Trump, the business tycoon who stunned all by defeating Hillary Clinton in the Presidential elections started shutting down many of his companies.
Home minister Rajnath Singh said today "we will do everything possible to get justice" for Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian national sentenced to death yesterday by Pakistan. Jadhav is expected to be hanged, the minister said in the Lok Sabha.
People across the world cannot forget the deadly terror strikes on Twin Towers on 9/11 in USA and how US hunted down Taliban chief, dreaded terrorist Osama Bin Laden in Abottabad in Pakistan and shot him down.
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee's proposal for sharing waters of five other rivers, flowing from the northern part of the state into Bangladesh, instead of Teesta, has found no takers in either the central government or Bangladesh so far.
US President Donald Trump pressed Chinese President Xi Jinping to do more to curb North Korea's nuclear program and help reduce the gaping U.S. trade deficit with Beijing in talks on Friday, even as he toned down the strident anti-China rhetoric of his election campaign.
Dreaded terrorist organisation ISIS spit venom on US President Donald Trump. Infact ISIS ever since its inception vowed to carryout strikes inside USA and included US president on its kill list.
Trump during his election campaign promised to eliminate terrorism in any form and vowed to wipe out ISIS. But the recent developments and the attack on Syrian air base by USA recently increase suspicions as to whether Trump is trying to eliminate ISIS or helping them gain in strength.
SC to Centre, six State governments : About a week after a 55-year-old Rajasthan man was killed, allegedly by 'cow vigilantes', the Supreme Court today asked the Centre and six state governments to respond to it regarding why such vigilante groups should not be banned.
'Revive conspiracy charges against LK Advani, 13 others', says CBI to Supreme Court : "Conspiracy charges must be initiated against some BJP leaders" including LK Advani, Uma Bharti and Murli Manohar Joshi, the CBI today told the Supreme Court with regard to the Babri Masjid demolition case.
Over 2,000 youths in their twenties travelled all the way from South Kashmir's Anantnag to take part in the Army recruitment drive that was held on Tuesday at Haiderbeig camp in Pattan in Baramulla district of North Kashmir.
US President Donald Trump may be scaring all across the world with his sensational decisions and people may spend sleepless nights experiencing Trump nightmares. However dreaded terror organisation ISIS is not scared of Trump.
One of the worst chemical bombings in Syria turned a northern rebel-held area into a toxic kill zone on Tuesday, inciting international outrage over the ever-increasing government impunity shown in the country’s six-year war.