Telecom regulator backs Net neutrality
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Tuesday came out in strong support of Net neutrality in a series of recommendations following a long process of consultations.
Pakistan trying to revive HuM in J&K
Known for its war-time exposure in Afghanistan, the Harket-ul-Mujahideen (HuM), considered 'dead on the Kashmir front' since its split in 1999, 'is being reviewed to start operations' in the Valley.
India loses billions to air pollution: UN
India hs the highest share of welfare costs of about $220 billion in South and South East Asia- of a combined total of $380 billio from mortality due to air pollution, according to a report by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEF).
Invest in India, PM tells entrepreneurs
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said his government understood that an environment of transparent policies and the rule of law providing a level playing field were necessary for entrepreneurship to flourish.
India, Russia update pact on security
India and Russia have concluded a comprehensive agreement on security and reviewed the implementation of the Agreement on information Security signed in October 2016 durign the just-concluded visit of Home Minister Rajnath Singh.