New Dehli: Speaker Lok Sabha, Indian Parliament, Meira Kumar is likely to reject the privilege notice served by the Bhartia Janta Party against Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his statement on the WikiLeaks revelation that the UPA-I regime allegedly bribed MPs for the 2008 trust vote.
New Delhi: Accusing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of “misleading” the House by claiming MPs were not bribed during the July 2008 trust vote, the main Opposition Bhartia Janta Party (BJP) on Tuesday moved a privilege motion in the Lok Sabha, Indian Parliament.
Kabul: Afghan President Hamid Karzai announced Tuesday that the national security forces will take over the security responsibility from NATO-led forces. “The first phase of transferring security will begin from Kabul except Sarobi district, Panshir, Bamyan city, Lashkar Gah, Mazar-e-Sharif and Mehterlam,” Karzai said in his speech delivered to army officers on Tuesday.
New Delhi: India’s main opposition party moved a privilege motion in Lok Sabha, lower house of the Parliament, on Tuesday against Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s statement regarding Wikileaks revelation on the 2008 trust motion.
Srinagar: Amnesty International has castigated India for gross human rights violations in disputed Kashmir by its troops and urged the Indian government to revoke draconian law, Public Safety Act (PSA), in the territory.
New Delhi: India’s External affair minister S M Krishna called for an end to air strikes in Libya, saying they would lead to more harm to “innocent civilians, foreign nationals and diplomatic missions. “India calls upon all parties to abjure violence and the use of threat and force to resolve the differences. I think the need…
New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress are birds of the same feather and the BJP’s rhetoric criticising the United Progressive Alliance’s ‘subservience’ to the United States is “only political rhetoric meant to score points against the UPA, Deputy Chief of Mission Robert Blake said in a December 2005 cable published by…
New Delhi: Indian prime minister raised doubts over the authenticity of diplomatic correspondence cited by the Wikileaks and insisted that he had “not authorised anybody” to purchase votes nor was he involved in any such “transactions”.
Mumbai: Four people were killed and five other injured as a four-storey building collapsed in south-central Mumbai early Thursday, fire brigade officials said.
New Delhi: Indian Exterior Affairs Minister SM Krishna has said that issue of detained Indian fishermen would be taken up in incoming Indo-Pak secretary level talks schedule on march 28.