The Union minister said the JNU incident is bringing bad name to the university and hurting the country.
Outlining great potential for cooperation with India, Swedish PM Lofven during his visit in Mumbai on Saturday said that the world's focus has now shifted to India from China.
Congress leader Anand Sharma on Saturday alleged that he was attacked physically by ABVP activists at the JNU campus when he was returning with Rahul Gandhi.
Sri Srinivasan may be nominated to the US Supreme Court which would make him the first from the community to achieve the feat.
One of the most notable exchanges in the Republican debate ahead of the South Carolina primary was between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush.
John Kerry said Syria crisis should be settled on a political track, urging parties to take advantage of current opportunity to end the conflicts.
"I expect that besides China, India also will become a great football nation. (But) it will need 15-20 years," the FC Bayern Munich legend said.
The fall of Armaan Jaffer made it 50 for five and the tail did not contribute much but it wasn't expected to after an ordinary batting effort earlier in the innings.
Real Madrid were made to work hard before eventually achieving a comfortable 4-2 win at home to Athletic Club Bilbao.
The Board of Approval (BoA), headed by Commerce Secretary Rita Teaotia, will take up these applications.
It was alleged that the company did not obtain SCORES authentication within the mandated time and failed to resolve an investor complaint regarding non-receipt of dividend.
Passenger car shipments from India declined to 33,909 units in January due to challenges in top export markets like Algeria, Europe and neighbouring countries.
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.
When Saudi Arabia unveiled its plan to intervene in the Syrian conflict, there was a fairly resonant beating of war drums in the NATO headquarters in Brussels.
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%.
The festival, organised by Sahitya Akademi, will begin from January 15.
Speaking during a seminar, Sisodia said that technology doesn't make city smarter.
The maximum temperature may hover around 25 degrees Celsius.
Narendra Modi will visit Gaudiya Math in Kolkata on February 21.
The golfer carded 1 over 71 in final round of Hero Women's Professional Golf Tour.
No one was injured in the incident.
The investigating police officer had ordered for the test.
Fula Swain (55) and Ashalata Swain (35) died on the spot.
Ashok Panda said that a notice would be served to the NSD.
It’s that time of the year again… when love is all on your mind!
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.
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 R&B star debuted her Fenty collection in collaboration with Puma.
Mala Sapra believes in the "each to its own" concept.
The actress loves to click images of her family and friends when they are asleep.
In a short video that was aired on a news channel Anupam Kher makes an emotionally charged soliloquy.
The writer throws light on a much ignored part of Subhas Chandra Bose’s travails.
"I feel every profession suffers from a little bit of dissatisfaction," the actress said.
The choreographer feels the need to bring culture into dance.
Becoming a mother makes me feel 'truly living', says the singer.
Kiev, 4 March: The USA today toughened its stand on Ukraine as Secretary of State John Kerry was to arrive in Kiev to support its new Western-backed leaders who are caught up in a Cold War-style struggle between Washington and Moscow.
Russia meanwhile ordered troops who had been holding a snap military drill near the border of ex-Soviet Ukraine back to their barracks, giving some relief to markets left skittish by events.
On Ukraine's Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, though, Kremlin-backed troops remained deployed and in de facto control.
There were no signs of them conducting a military offencive after a dawn deadline expired that Ukraine's military said it had received from the Russian forces.
Western powers have been wrestling with no clear solution as to how best deal with President Vladimir Putin's decision to threaten force against its neighbour. Kiev's new leaders, installed after three months of protests which culminated in a days of carnage that led to the downfall of Kremlin-backed leader Viktor Yanukovych, have been pleading for their help.
The Ukraine crisis threatens to blow up into the biggest test for global diplomacy ~ and relations between Moscow and the West ~ since the fall of the 1989 Berlin Wall.
It escalated still further on Monday when both Washington and European powers announced a raft of their toughest sanctions against Russia in decades.
“We have, in light of recent events in Ukraine, put on hold all military-to-military engagements between the USA and Russia,” US Defense Department spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby said.
Mr Kerry was due to hold talks with Kiev's leaders later Tuesday in a display to bolster their legitimacy which is contested by Moscow.
There was immediate response to the steps by Moscow. But the Kremlin's official spokesman said on Tuesday that Mr Putin had the night before ordered a halt to military exercises launched last week in parts of western Russia bordering Ukraine that had involved 150,000 troops.
Mr Putin had watched the exercises involving tanks, helicopters and around 1,800 troops in the Leningrad region today.
US President Barack Obama yesterday accused Russia of being on the “wrong side of history” on Ukraine by violating its sovereignty and international law.
Obama said he had told Russia that, if it continued, “we are examining a whole series of steps ~ economic, diplomatic ~ that will isolate Russia”.
US officials then announced a series of punitive measures designed to puncture Russia's geopolitical prestige as well as military and economic ambitions.