By lowering the price of diesel, the government has compromised on the health, of its citizens

The G-15 summit opened today with leaders sharply attacking the International Monetary Fund for its bias against developing nations and demanded a decisive role for them in any negotiations for

In a major step towards realising the "gram swarajya" dream, over 9,180 villages across Rajasthan will organise gram sabhas (village meetings) on the ensuing Republic Day to endorse the annual plans

Union Social Welfare Minister Maneka Gandhi today said she was totally opposed to the industrialisation of the country. Talking to the reporters in Bhubaneswar, she said anybody calling for

Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee's Government has decided to honour Nobel laureate, Professor Amartya Sen , with the Bharat Ratna, the nation's highest civilian

The third economic cooperation conference of Saarc commerce ministers will began here on February 2 to find ways for full implementation of South Asian Preferential Trade Agreement (Sapta) and pave

The Madhya Pradesh Government will touch a new milestone when the Nobel laureate, Dr. Amartya Sen, releases the Madhya Pradesh Human Development Report - 1998 (MPHDR-1988) in New Delhi on Tuesday.

The Union governmetn is going ahead with amendment to the Foreign TRade (Development and Regulation) Act 1992 for incorporating provision of quantitative import restrictions in line with the WTO

In contrast to the crisis-hit East Asian economies such as Thailand and Republic of Korea, which managed to improve their foreign direct investment inflows in 1998, India attracted only $2,258

India stands to lose $3.5 billion of loan from the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank this financial year due to economic sanction imposed by G-8 countries in the aftermath of Pokhran nuclear