Ram Nath Kovind takes oath as India's 14th president, says diversity is key for the country in maiden address
Ram Nath Kovind was sworn-in as India's 14th president. He was administered the oath of office by Chief Justice of India JS Khehar.
Less than a year after taking office, Bennett has lost his parliamentary majority; his own party is crumbling and a key governing partner has suspended cooperation with the coalition
While the Delhi Congress wants the new structure be named after former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, the Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha has said that it should bear the name of either Prithviraj Chauhan or the founder of the city, Anangpal Tomar
Final results for Sunday's elections showed no clear majority for any group. That indicates a fragmented and polarized parliament divided between pro and anti-Hezbollah lawmakers who will likely find it difficult to work together to form a new government and enact desperately needed reforms