Farmers' Protest: Bid to mislead farmers will not succeed, says Rajnath Singh; repeal agri laws, Kejriwal tells Centre
Thousands of farmers, mainly from Punjab and Haryana have been camping at the borders of the National Capital for over a month now, demanding the withdrawal of the three farm laws.
Farmers' protest: Try new farm laws as 'experiment', will make amendments if unhappy, Rajnath Singh tells protesters
Addressing a rally at Dwarka in Delhi, Singh said he himself is a farmers' son and assured that the Modi government "will never do anything which is not in the interest of the farmers"
YSR Congress Party marked the day by organising blood donation camps. Workers and leaders also distributed fruit, food and clothes to the poor across the state
Indian Armed Forces fought PLA with 'utmost bravery', forced them to retreat from Ladakh, says Rajnath Singh
In his address at general meeting of FICCI, Rajnath added that "unprovoked aggression" on India's Himalayan frontiers "is a reminder of how existing agreements are being challenged"
People can contribute to the Armed Forces Flag Day Fund and pay their respects to those guarding the country's borders
BJP govt only understands language of street protests, says Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on farmers' agitation
He said when Congress had sought consultations on the legislations, the plea was turned down and instead, Opposition leaders were suspended from the Parliament
According to the defence ministry, the QRSAM system is capable of detecting and tracking targets on the move and engaging targets with short halts
Ladakh stand-off: India determined to protect sovereignty and territorial integrity, says Rajnath Singh
The Union defence minister also said that India is committed to respecting various agreements and protocols for maintaining peace along the borders
India, US ink BECA defence pact to facilitate sharing of high-end military technology, satellite data
The third edition of the 2+2 dialogue between the two countries comes in the backdrop of India's tense border standoff with China in eastern Ladakh
Pompeo, who arrived in Delhi on Monday along with defence secretary Mark Esper for the 2+2 bilateral talks aimed at further boosting defence and security ties between the two countries, made the remarks after a visit to the National War Memorial in New Delhi.
Third India-US 2+2 dialogue: Bilateral ties must focus on maximising convergences on strategic interests
The focus on convergences and its institutionalisation through dedicated frameworks alleviates the pressures on the two sides to urgently contemplate formalisation of ties.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh met with his US counterpart Mark T Esper on Monday as part of the 2+2 dialogue, and they briefly discussed the issue of India's border row with China
Rajnath Singh recently complimented the BRO for its "unwavering commitment" towards delivering outstanding quality infrastructure
India-US 2+2 talks tomorrow: Dialogue to involve defence, external affairs ministries, key security deal on agenda
The upcoming US-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue will be the third such edition between India and the United States
The Defence Minister was speaking at a customary event at headquarters of the Indian Army's 33 Corps in Darjeeling on the occasion of Dussehra
The army has significantly bolstered deployment of troops and weaponry along the nearly 3,500-km-long LAC including in the Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh sectors
The Trump administration, ahead of the 2+2 dialogue with India next week, said that the Quad grouping is an "example of effective multilateralism at its best"
Singh also slammed the Opposition RJD, saying that people can see the difference between the good governance of the Nitish Kumar-led alliance government and the "misrule" during the RJD's 15-year tenure
The last of four military communication foundational agreements, BECA will be signed with the US to further tighten the strategic clinch between the two countries during the 2+2 dialogue held on 26 and 27 October
Indian Army is always ready to answer aggression, says Amit Shah as Xi Jinping asks Chinese troops to prepare for war
In an interview to Rahul Joshi, the Union home minister also said that India "will not bow down to anyone" and that it has the support of most countries