The prime minister also said that along with the passport's, the rules around visa are also being simplified.
PNB fraud: Mehul Choksi gives up Indian citizenship, surrenders passport to Antiguan govt in a bid to avoid extradition
Mehul Choksi is wanted in India by the CBI and ED probing the $2 billion PNB fraud
Sushma Swaraj comes to rescue of Indian citizen in US, who lost his passport days before his wedding
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday night assured help to an Indian man in the US who lost his passport in Washington just days before he was to travel for his wedding mid-August.
Banks collecting passport details of those borrowing over Rs 50-cr a possible precursor to change in passport rules
Section 10 of Passport Act empowers authorities to revoke one’s passport in the interest of the sovereignty and integrity of India.
Aadhaar is not a valid identification document for Indians travelling to Nepal and Bhutan, the Union home ministry has said.
Britain's immigration officials have detained 38 Indians, including nine women, for overstaying their visas or working illegally after conducting raids in two clothing factories in the city of Leicester.
Here is Mr S Kumar walking into Immigration clutching his passport with a valid visa, how do you know he is not his brother?
The endless barrage of documents and restrictions is quite commonplace for an India citizen. So how strong, or otherwise, is an Indian passport?
The Ministry of External Affairs has finally passed new rules meant to ease the passport application process. The new rules state that the name of only one parent is enough
On Friday, the Ministry of External Affairs announced a list of rules to be followed while issuing new passports.
It took 71 days to issue an Indian passport in 2014, nearly three times as long as the 24 days fixed by the government, and the police took twice as long as they should (42 days instead of 21) to verify applicants’ information.
Whose law is it anyway? As far as the Jarawas are concerned, there are important social, moral issues at hand
These questions will need to be resolved going into the future and their resolution must be a delicate one that takes into account a variety of interests including the right of the Jarawa to self determination.
Passport authorities in Saudi Arabia are refusing to accept new passports issued by Indian missions in that country and submitted by Indian expatriates for updating.