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  • China Statement Cedes What India Claimed: Both Sides Give On Standoff

    China Statement Cedes What India Claimed: Both Sides Give On Standoff

    China and India have agreed to end a lengthy stand-off at the Sikkim border that began in June, both countries said today. A statement from India suggested that both countries are withdrawing their troops from the remote Doklam Plateau, a region that both China and Bhutan claim as its own.

  • On Day 3, PM Modi Visits Haifa Cemetery, Pays Homage To Indian World War I Heroes

    On Day 3, PM Modi Visits Haifa Cemetery, Pays Homage To Indian World War I Heroes

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu laid wreaths at the Indian War Cemetery in Haifa today, where 44 Indian soldiers died during the liberation of the city in World War I.

  • China Hardens Stand, Says No Bilateral Meet For PM Modi, Xi At G20

    China Hardens Stand, Says No Bilateral Meet For PM Modi, Xi At G20

    China has said that "the atmosphere is not right" for a formal or bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping when they gather for the G20 summit in Hamburg.

  • We Won't Announce, We Will Act: Rajnath Singh On Terror From Pakistan

    We Won't Announce, We Will Act: Rajnath Singh On Terror From Pakistan

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said that Narendra Modi government would not let "countrymen hang their heads in shame" and would "act without announcing", as he spoke on India's response to Pakistan-based terrorists attacking Indian security forces and the mutilation of two soldiers recently.

  • Uddhav Thackeray Urges PM Modi To 'Tear Pakistan Into Pieces'

    Uddhav Thackeray Urges PM Modi To 'Tear Pakistan Into Pieces'

    In a dig at its ally, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray today said BJP should work on strengthening the nation and not just their party, while urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi to "tear Pakistan into pieces."

  • Mann Ki Baat For India, Gun Ki Baat With Pak: Shiv Sena's Advice To PM Narendra Modi

    <i>Mann Ki Baat</i> For India, Gun <i>Ki Baat</i> With Pak: Shiv Sena's Advice To PM Narendra Modi

    The Shiv Sena today bested the opposition in criticizing the government over the killing and mutilation of two soldiers by Pakistan yesterday. "With the people you do Mann Ki Baat. With Pakistan, you should do Gun Ki Baat," said Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray in Mumbai, riffing on the title of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popular radio speeches to u...

  • Shiv Sena's Advice To PM Narendra Modi After Pak Attack: Focus Less On Polls, More On Security

    Shiv Sena's Advice To PM Narendra Modi After Pak Attack: Focus Less On Polls, More On Security

    The Shiv Sena, which has taken on the role of NDA's in-house opposition, took the government to task today for the murder and mutilation of two soldiers on the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Senior leader Ramdas Kadam said Prime Minister Narendra Modi "should focus less on elections and more on security."

  • 'How Many For 2, PM Modi?' Congress Attack On Soldiers' Mutilation

    'How Many For 2, PM Modi?' Congress Attack On Soldiers' Mutilation

    The Congress has criticised the government over the killing and mutilation of two soldiers by Pakistan, taunting it for failing to appoint a "full-time Defence Minister." Finance Minister Arun Jaitley holds additional charge of the important department since Manohar Parrikar resigned in March this year to return to Goa as Chief Minister.

  • Modi Government Under Pressure To Prove It Can Handle Pak

    Modi Government Under Pressure To Prove It Can Handle Pak

    The BJP has been vocal in recent years in charging the Congress and the UPA with being "easygoing" on Pakistan. The time has now come for the ruling BJP to pull a real solution out of the bag.

  • UP Elections 2017: Curtains Down On Hectic Campaigning In State, Politicians Take Chota Sa Break

    UP Elections 2017: Curtains Down On Hectic Campaigning In State, Politicians Take <i>Chota Sa Break</i>

    The guns are no longer blazing and the armies have marched back to their camps. With curtains down on campaigning for one of the most keenly watched and caustic assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh in the recent times, political heavyweights, as also their foot soldiers, are now sitting back only to set their eyes on the last phase on Wednesday and ...

  • India To Resume Indus Water Talks With Pakistan This Month: 10 Points

    India To Resume Indus Water Talks With Pakistan This Month: 10 Points

    Its point made, India's Indus commissioner will travel to Pakistan later this month to resume the Indus Water Treaty talks that New Delhi had put on the ice after last September's terrorist attack on the Uri army base in Jammu and Kashmir. "Blood and water cannot flow together," Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared soon after the attack that kille...

  • Republic Day 2017: UAE Soldiers Lead March At Parade On Rajpath

    Republic Day 2017: UAE Soldiers Lead March At Parade On Rajpath

    As India celebrated its 68th Republic Day, soldiers of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) led the parade at Rajpath, the ceremonial road where President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Chief Guest, were among hundreds of viewers.

  • On Army Day, PM Narendra Modi 'Salutes' Soldiers

    On Army Day, PM Narendra Modi 'Salutes' Soldiers

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today led the nation in extending greetings to army soldiers and their family members on Army Day.

  • In New Video, Army Jawan Complains About Harassment By Seniors

    In New Video, Army Jawan Complains About Harassment By Seniors

    A new video of an army jawan on Thursday surfaced on social media in which he has alleged harassment by superiors for writing to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the problems faced by the soldiers, soon after similar videos of complaint came to light from a BSF jawan and a CRPF constable.

  • Don't Use Poor To Hoard Black Money, Warns PM Narendra Modi On Mann Ki Baat

    Don't Use Poor To Hoard Black Money, Warns PM Narendra Modi On Mann Ki Baat

    PM Narendra Modi is addressing the nation on the 26th edition of Mann Ki Baat.

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