Govt working on tougher consumer protection law
A new consumer protection law is on the anvil to crack down on misleading advertisements and simplify the grievance redressal mechanism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday.
Will support Hurriyat on talks, says Jehad Council
The United Jehad Council (UJC), a PoK based conglomerate of militants, said on Thursday that it will support Hurriyat on the dialogue process with New Delhi.
Open to talks with separatists
Days after the Centre announced a Special Representative to initiate ad 'carry forward a dialogue' with elected representative, various organizations and concerned individuals of Jammu and Kashmir, a senior government official said they would not be confining its scope by issuing 'terms of reference'.
India for 'constructive' Rohingya policy
Seeking a 'constructive' approach to dealing with he exodus of the Rohingya, India said on Thursday that the displaceed members of the community will have to return to their place of origin in the Rakhine province of Myanmar.
British Minister allays Indian investors concerns
Indian businesses with investments in britain would see that it was business as usual, Britain's Minister of Asia mark Field said, as he sought to offer reassurances to investors and others looking to the Uk market amid the uncertainty of Brexit.