He later issued a clarification that it was a 'slip of tongue.'
NEW DELHI: The ruling Indian government Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was mocked by the opposition on Thursday when a photo of state Health Minister Kalicharan Saraf urinating on the walls went viral. Taking potshots at the government, Congress leader Raghu Sharma said that the minister should apologise for his act. "The government talks about Swachh Bharat Mission but its health minister here in Rajasthan is caught urinating in public. The government should be ashamed and must publicly apologise," Sharma said.…
NEW DELHI: Ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Union agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh was caught on camera urinating in the public on Thursday morning, sparking social media storm. In a photo that has since gone viral, Singh, a strong supporter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan campaign, was seen peeing on a wall while his security guards stood close-by. “Amid tight security, the Union Minister of Agriculture gives the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan a boost as he inaugurates an irrigation…
NEW DELHI: Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has refused to share video evidence of ‘so-called surgical strikes’ inside Pakistani territory after clamours from their opposition parties. The minister instead questioned the loyalty of Indians who sought evidence from the Indian government about surgical strikes. Parikar claimed that the cross-LoC operation as "100 per cent perfect surgical strike", he said, the borders of the country are secure under the Narendra Modi government. He expressed his regret that the…
NEW DELHI, INDIA: A senior Indian politician was widely mocked on Monday after photos showed policemen carrying him through an ankle-deep muddy water while inspecting deadly floods in the country's centre.
NEW DELHI: An Indian minister was captured on camera asking his security officer to buckle his sandals at an Independence Day event in Kendujhar yesterday, reported the ANI.
NEW YORK: The Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said the responsibility of creating an environment for improving India-Pakistan ties and normalising the bilateral relation is on Pakistan.
KARACHI/NEW DELHI: The mystery of the death of Indian minister, Shashi Tharoor's wife eventually resolved after a year. Police have lately found out that Sunanda Puhkar was poisoned to death, ARY News reported.