The Congress and the Left slammed Rajnath for alleging that the protests in JNU had the backing of Hafiz Saeed.
The Congress leader was questioned for nearly five hours by the SIT at the Anti-Auto Theft Squad office in south Delhi's Vasant Vihar police station.
Jaitley had hit back at Singh for stating that the Modi government was not reaching out to the Opposition and not doing enough to move up the country's economy.
Expressing surprise over India's reaction, Pakistan argued that India is 'the largest importer' of defence equipment and its arsenal stock is 'much larger'.
A clause which says that a marriage will be annulled if either spouse converts to another religion, has triggered contest between its opponents and supporters.
Asenior commander of Al-Abbas Brigade said he has no information of Indians being among those militants fighting alongside the Islamic State.
The West Indies produced an outstanding bowling performance to outclass India by 5 wickets in the final match to win their maiden U-19 WC.
Clubbed with Japan and Singapore in the group, the India team comprises PV Sindhu, Ruthvika Shivani Gadde, Jwala Gutta among others.
There were reports in the English media that suggested that the club officials had held meetings with Mourinho.
PM Modi said the progress is due to the policies implemented by the government.
The Union Finance Minister said that government will bring down its holding in state-run banks to up to 51 per cent.
The Board of Approval (BoA), headed by Commerce Secretary Rita Teaotia, will take up these applications.
In the last one year, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tried to nudge the government officials to take their job seriously and serve the people.
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The US Supreme Court ruling has put an invariable halt at the climate plan that had set itself substantial targets to cut American emissions over 30%.
A case has been registered in Vasant Vihar police station.
JNU teachers claimed that autonomy of the institution stands 'surrendered'.
Police has finalised a 500 page chargesheet against ex-TERI chief.
The files are likely to be made public on February 23.
The TMC chief has been showering goodies aplenty.
The entire process will be completed in next few months.
ITC plans to set up a hotel property and a food processing park.
The state govt plans to generate 10 lakh jobs.
MCL will enable farmers to water their crop timely.
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Known for his charismatic stage presence, Raghu Dixit, the band's frontman, welcomed the audience with a note on bringing harmony through the confluence of different music traditions.
Keep in mind the fabric, style and comfort level.
The disease has been linked to decreased birth rate.
Ageing brains work differently than younger brains.
In a short video that was aired on a news channel Anupam Kher makes an emotionally charged soliloquy.
It warrants taking time off to consider how we, of all the species in the world, can do the least magic and yet consider ourselves above all else.
The writer throws light on a much ignored part of Subhas Chandra Bose’s travails.
The actor was not in the car and was not hurt.
On Valentine’s Day, the actor spills the beans on his love story.
The poster was officially released on social media.
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
St. Petersburg, 6 September
Taking on board India's concerns, the G-20 Summit today acknowledged that excess volatility of financial flows and disorderly movements in exchange rates can affect economic and financial stability of emerging markets and called for sound policies to address the problem.
Coming against the backdrop of the battering that rupee suffered in recent weeks, the 27-page G-20 Leaders' Declaration committed itself to cooperate to ensure that policies implemented to support domestic growth also support global growth and financial stability and to manage their spillovers in other countries.
The Summit also shared Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's views on the need for orderly exit from the monetary stimulus undertaken in the context of 2008 economic crisis.
“In the five years since we first met, coordinated action by the G-20 has been critical to tackling the financial crisis and putting the world economy on a path to recovery. But our work is not yet complete and we agreed that it remains critical for G-20 countries to focus all our joint efforts on engineering a durable exit from the longest and most protracted crisis in modern history,” the declaration said.
It noted that the most urgent need is to increase the momentum of the global recovery, generate higher growth and better jobs while strengthening the foundations for long-term growth and avoiding policies that could cause the recovery to falter or promote growth at other countries' expense.
Meanwhile, India today said the stand taken by the G20 nations that profits of multinational companies should be taxed where economic activities deriving the profits are performed and where value is created is an “important landmark” and it validates the country's position.