India currently harnesses 23pc of its total power from renewable sources, including solar and wind.
Military's media wing announces it will take foreign diplomats, media to AJK to disprove Indian claims of terror camps.
Esper says America maintains a “longstanding commitment” to Afghanistan.
The congressional visit coincides with one by US Defence Secretary Mark Esper.
DG ISPR terms Indian army chief's statement claiming destruction of three alleged camps in AJK as "disappointing".
The aim is to still get a peace agreement at some point, a political agreement. That's the best way forward: Mark Esper.
The deal, which had been in its final stages before being called off, included no immediate, comprehensive ceasefire.
"He is welcome even as a common participant," says Qureshi.
The IEC has repeatedly said it will not count votes unless they had been verified biometrically.
No group has claimed responsibility but the government accused Taliban insurgents of being behind it.
In the absence of real news from Indian-occupied Kashmir, waves of false information have emerged online.
Bangladesh Border Guard says it fired in self-defence after Indian border guards tried to take away an Indian fisherman.
Foreign minister says New Delhi is building up nuclear and conventional military forces.
"Civilian casualties are totally unacceptable," says the UN’s special representative in Afghanistan.
Sad tidings reached too late. And death certificates could not be handed out under an internet blackout.
"Pakistan has the right to respond," says Dr Faisal, when asked about Modi's comments.
Pakistan shared its perspective and assessment of the conflict and "Iranian sentiments", says foreign minister.
Mexico has stepped up its immigration enforcement in recent months under pressure from the United States.
"It’s a miracle that she survived being buried for so long," her doctor Ravi Khanna says.
India is home to the 14 most polluted cities; New Delhi air quality index stood at 299, six times the recommended level.