Azad had on Wednesday accused the Modi government of "creating distances" among people in the country, alleging that attempts were being made to spread hatred.
Gandhi said in a tweet that he will never stop fighting the hateful and divisive agenda of the RSS.
Congress said that the government seems to have mellowed its "hawkish" stance, going by the words and assurances of the Home Minister in the valley.
The statement on the India-Afghanistan nexus comes two days after a report saying New Delhi will deliver more arms to Kabul to help it fight militants.
Peter Lavoy held talks with Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry in Islamabad, amid tension over the blocking of the military aid.
The US said that he has "able led" the global development lender's response to major crises and helped it focus on innovative ways to challenge issues.
The Indian cricket team is in the United States to play a two-match Twenty20 International series against reigning World T20 champions West Indies.
The 39-year-old will quit after the third One-Day match against Australia in Dambulla on Sunday.
The 33-year-old Schweinsteiger has not gained a chance to play for the team in the new season under new United boss Jose Mourinho.
The global financial services major said the GDP is expected to improve gradually and for the April-June quarter it may slow a tad to 7.8 per cent, in part due to unfavorable base.
The Steel Ministry wants to reduce dependence on imports, an official said, adding that it also asked the Coal Ministry to allocate coking coal blocks.
French Ambassador Alexandre Ziegler said here French authorities were trying to assess the extent, nature and sensitivity of information that may have been leaked.
Administrative expediency may have prompted the decision to re-deploy the Border Security Force on internal security duties within the Kashmir Valley.
Trinamul has now reinforced its presence in a traditionally Congress bastion, the outcome of its almost relentless efforts to knock the bottom off the support base of late Chaudhuri’s family.
Assad is by no means ‘isolated’ as western governments and media would like to have the world believe. He still maintains his seat at the United Nations.
Delhi High Court has asked the AAP government to look into allegations of corrupt practices, including collection of donations from parents, against
The fair will continue till September 8.
Vinay was suffering from depression and was on medication.
Ex Guv of Bihar, WB and Haryana, A R Kidwai, died Wednesday at Delhi's Escorts Hospital.
'We can offer tech and business models on renewables.'
Trinamool leadership says Tripura is only a part of its national ambitions.
Uma said that Odisha’s interest will be protected.
Protesters demand a demanding a separate Koshal state.
Fighting all odds, 11 yr-old gets a visa to Germany to show off skills.
Modern trends have touched several traditional festivals, at times making them fairly incongruous.
Utsav's dance festival presented a rich offering of various classical dance traditions of India.
Declaring that we now live in the ‘anthropocene’ would reflect the impact of artificial changes to the earth’s climate, chemistry, lifeforms and the rocks of the future.
Now say goodbye to hefty amounts in parlours.
A simple day can be your best day.
Wash your face clean of all the dirt and irritants.
India is still grappling with the problem of managing disposal of human excreta.
Kudos to the women of the Indian contingent for their stellar performance in their respective events! Voices takes another look at their success.
Though living and working in Varanasi, artist Anjan Chakraverty retains the ethos of Bengal in his veins.
Officials said that the govt has been paying special attention to films as a part of its "cultural diplomacy.
It was a show with a difference as ace fashion designer Manish Malhotra took a digital leap on the opening day of Lakme Fashion Week (LFW)
The actor says instead of feeling old he “feels young at heart”.
The Delhi Metro on Saturday stopped train services twice following the massive earthquake that struck Nepal.
Tremors were felt in many parts of India, including the national capital.
"First tremors felt at 11.42 a.m. and trains were stopped from 11.42 a.m. to 11.52 a.m. Second tremors felt at 12.18 p.m. and trains were stopped from 12.18 p.m. to 12.23 p.m.," a Delhi Metro spokesperson said.
"Currently, trains are running perfectly fine," the spokesperson added.
The earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale had its epicentre in Nepal's Lamjung district, some 75 km from Kathmandu.