Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the ban on apps, under the pretext of national security, violates market principles and World Trade Organisation rules
The West Bengal chief minister also claimed that the house was sanitised and given a fresh coat of paint before the home minister undertook the visit
India identified the nature of the coronavirus crisis and treated it differently from other economic crises of the past, he noted while addressing a virtual conference organised by industry body CII
The CPM general secretary's statement comes after a political storm broke out on Sunday over the controversial amendment to the Police Act
Addressing the G20 side event on 'Safeguarding the Planet', Modi said India is not only meeting its Paris Agreement targets, but also exceeding them
BJP coined 'Love jihad' to disturb communal harmony, state laws will curb personal liberty, says Ashok Gehlot
The Rajasthan chief minister's remarks followed announcements by BJP-led governments in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Madhya Pradesh that they are considering to enact a law against inter-faith marriages
Faced with communication blockade, Biden adviser on COVID-19 says team preparing to jump right in on Day 1
Dr Gounder, an infectious disease specialist at Bellevue Hospital Center, is one of the 13-member team of scientists and doctors who will advise Biden on controlling the coronavirus
Speaking about self-reliance in education, Gadkari said universities should be upgraded in the country so that people will not need to go abroad for education
'Don't intend to retract tweet or apologise': Kunal Kamra on contempt of court proceedings against him
In a letter posted on Twitter, the stand-up comedian also wished to volunteer the time that would be allotted to the hearing of his contempt case to other matters and parties who have not been as lucky and privileged as him to 'jump the queue'
Narendra Modi unveils Vivekananda statue at JNU amid student protests, says 'ideology should not override national interest'
JNU students flashed posters of 'Modi go back' and 'we want answers' ahead of the unveiling of the statue by the prime minister at the varsity's north gate
The RJD leader said that the Mahagathbandhan will point out "discrepancies" to the Election Commission, and would explore legal remedies if the polling body did not satisfactorily address its concerns
Joe Biden elected as US president: From Narendra Modi to Boris Johnson, world leaders congratulate Democrat leader
Joe Biden emerged as the 46th President of the United States on Saturday after Democrats grabbed 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House, defeating incumbent Trump in the race
India's growth has the potential to catalyse global economic resurgence as "any achievements by India will have a multiplier impact on world's development and welfare", the prime minister said.
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
The prime minister while addressing a rally on Tuesday said that under Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Bihar left behind the darkness of 'insecurity and anarchy' of the RJD rule
Kerala Congress chief Mullappally Ramachandran draws ire with remarks on rape survivors, tenders apology
Ramachandran made the remarks while criticising the Left Democratic Front (LDF) after solar scam accused Sarita Nair approached the police recently, accusing former Congress minister AP Anil Kumar of raping her
On Bihar campaign trail, Narendra Modi talks of Pakistan's Pulwama 'confession', invokes Chhath festivities
Modi berated the RJD-Congress combine in Bihar, calling it an alliance of 'double-double yuvraj' (two crown princes) whose sole concern was to protect their 'respective thrones'
Pakistan Opposition leader Sardar Ayaz Sadiq claimed that Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi pleaded for Varthaman's release, stating that India was ready to launch an attack
Congress lashes out at Bihar govt over Munger firing incident, compares Nitish Kumar with General Dyer,
Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said that unlike General Dyer who was a foreigner and represented a colonial power, the Munger firing shows cruelty "against our own people by our own people"
'Dynastic corruption' has become culture in some states, hollowing out country like termites, says Narendra Modi
Inaugurating the national conference on vigilance and anti-corruption organised by the CBI, the prime minister said that inaction in a single corruption case forms the foundation for future scams and corruption