It is the responsibility of all Indians to fight forces that are stopping the country from going forward, former prime minister Manmohan Singh has said.
A dust storm hit Delhi this evening, plunging the city into darkness and throwing traffic out of gear in parts of the national capital. In Lutyens’ Delhi, the sprawling Raisina Hill complex, seat of the government and the bungalow zone, were shrouded by dust kicked up by gusty winds which was followed by light drizzle.
India today kick started the process to acquire a fleet of around 110 fighter jets which could be one of the world’s biggest military procurement in recent years.
China today called on the European Union to take a joint stand against US protectionism as the tit-for-tat trade rift between Washington and Beijing threatened to entangle Europe.
Thirteen people have died of cholera in the northeast Nigerian state of Yobe in the past week, the state health commissioner said today, blaming the outbreak on contaminated water.
Monthly job creation in the worlds largest economy tumbled in March to its lowest level in six months, with employers adding only 103,000 net new positions, the government reported today.