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  • Ahead Of Donald Trump Visit, US Congressmen Raise Concerns On Kashmir

    Ahead Of Donald Trump Visit, US Congressmen Raise Concerns On Kashmir

    Two US Congressmen from opposite sides of America's political divide on Wednesday expressed concern over the Kashmir issue, insisting that the Narendra Modi government release political detainees and restore normalcy in the region at the earliest.

  • "Trade Deals Complicated": Government Sources On Donald Trump's Dampener

    "Trade Deals Complicated": Government Sources On Donald Trump's Dampener

    Hours after US President Donald Trump hinted that he may not strike a trade deal with India in the run-up to his upcoming visit to the country, sources in the central government also said that it does not want to rush "complicated" issues.

  • Biggest Cricket Stadium, Taj Mahal On Sked For Trump's First India Visit

    Biggest Cricket Stadium, Taj Mahal On Sked For Trump's First India Visit

    US President Donald Trump will address a mega "Namaste Trump" event with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the world's biggest cricket stadium, visit the Taj Mahal with First Lady Melania Trump and hold talks in Delhi on his two-day visit to India next week.

  • British MP Debbie Abrahams' Activities "Against National Interest": Government Sources

    British MP Debbie Abrahams' Activities "Against National Interest": Government Sources

    A day after British MP Debbie Abrahams, a vocal critic of India's policies on Jammu and Kashmir, was deported from Delhi airport, government officials said her e-Business visa was cancelled before she travelled to India on account of "activities which went against India's national interests."

  • British MP Who Criticised Government On Article 370 Stopped At Airport, Deported

    British MP Who Criticised Government On Article 370 Stopped At Airport, Deported

    A British MP critical of the government's decisions on Kashmir under Article 370 was stopped at the Delhi airport on Monday and deported to Dubai. Debbie Abrahams was not allowed entry into India and was told upon her arrival at the Delhi airport that her e-visa had been rejected. The chairperson of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Kashmir in ...

  • On Pak Jailing Hafiz Saeed, Government Sources Question "Efficacy"

    On Pak Jailing Hafiz Saeed, Government Sources Question "Efficacy"

    India has asked Pakistan to ensure all terrorist leaders and groups operating on its soil face justice, after reports said a court in the neighbouring country has sentenced 26/11 attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed to six years on terror charges.

  • Hafiz Saeed Gets 5 Years In Jail In Terror Financing Cases

    Hafiz Saeed Gets 5 Years In Jail In Terror Financing Cases

    26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed has been convicted by a Pakistan court in terror financing cases and sent to jail for five years, according to reports.

  • "Only People Of Delhi Can Ban Me": BJP's Parvesh Verma Remains Defiant

    "Only People Of Delhi Can Ban Me": BJP's Parvesh Verma Remains Defiant

    Despite being penalised by the Election Commission ahead of the Delhi polls, BJP leader Parvesh Verma on Tuesday justified calling Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a "terrorist" over the latter's alleged support to Shaheen Bagh protesters.

  • "Diplomatic Victory" As No EU Parliament Vote On Citizenship Act: Sources

    "Diplomatic Victory" As No EU Parliament Vote On Citizenship Act: Sources

    The European Parliament has decided to defer voting on a resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act on Thursday, sources in the Union government have said, terming it as a "diplomatic victory" for India.

  • Debate On CAA In European Parliament Today, Possible Vote Tomorrow

    Debate On CAA In European Parliament Today, Possible Vote Tomorrow

    A final joint resolution is ready for debate in the European Parliament today and tomorrow on India's citizenship law, which has been put forward by 560 of the parliament's 751 MPs.

  • Budget Should Focus On Putting More Money In Hands Of People, Says FICCI

    Budget Should Focus On Putting More Money In Hands Of People, Says FICCI

    Industry body Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) expects the Budget to put more money in the hands of people especially in rural areas, focus on disinvestment and announce a comprehensive agriculture policy.

  • India's Strong Reaction To European Union's 6 Resolutions On CAA, Kashmir

    India's Strong Reaction To European Union's 6 Resolutions On CAA, Kashmir

    India is facing a major diplomatic backlash from the European Union parliament on the Citizenship Amendment Act and the clampdown on Jammu and Kashmir ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's expected visit to Brussels for the India-EU summit in March.

  • "Largest Statelessness Crisis," Predicts Draft Anti-CAA Resolution In European Union

    "Largest Statelessness Crisis," Predicts Draft Anti-CAA Resolution In European Union

    More than 150 lawmakers of the European Union have drafted a five-page resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act, contending that it "marks a dangerous shift in the way citizenship will be determined in India and is set to create the largest statelessness crisis in the world and cause immense human suffering".

  • Trade High On Agenda On Brazil President's India Visit For Republic Day

    Trade High On Agenda On Brazil President's India Visit For Republic Day

    India's chief guest at this year's Republic Day parade - Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro - arrives on January 24 for a four-day visit. With both the countries facing huge economic challenges, a bilateral investment treaty is high on the agenda, which will allow both the sides to promote and protect investments in the two nations.

  • "Not Surprising", Says Kiran Shaw On IMF Prediction Of India Slowdown

    "Not Surprising", Says Kiran Shaw On IMF Prediction Of India Slowdown

    Biocon chief Kiran Shaw today said the International Monetary Fund's markdown of India's growth story is not surprising and the government needs to focus on investments and exports. There is also a need to bridge the trust deficit to bring back investment.

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  • Ahead Of Donald Trump Visit, US Congressmen Raise Concerns On Kashmir

    Ahead Of Donald Trump Visit, US Congressmen Raise Concerns On Kashmir

    Two US Congressmen from opposite sides of America's political divide on Wednesday expressed concern over the Kashmir issue, insisting that the Narendra Modi government release political detainees and restore normalcy in the region at the earliest.

  • "Trade Deals Complicated": Government Sources On Donald Trump's Dampener

    "Trade Deals Complicated": Government Sources On Donald Trump's Dampener

    Hours after US President Donald Trump hinted that he may not strike a trade deal with India in the run-up to his upcoming visit to the country, sources in the central government also said that it does not want to rush "complicated" issues.

  • Biggest Cricket Stadium, Taj Mahal On Sked For Trump's First India Visit

    Biggest Cricket Stadium, Taj Mahal On Sked For Trump's First India Visit

    US President Donald Trump will address a mega "Namaste Trump" event with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the world's biggest cricket stadium, visit the Taj Mahal with First Lady Melania Trump and hold talks in Delhi on his two-day visit to India next week.

  • British MP Debbie Abrahams' Activities "Against National Interest": Government Sources

    British MP Debbie Abrahams' Activities "Against National Interest": Government Sources

    A day after British MP Debbie Abrahams, a vocal critic of India's policies on Jammu and Kashmir, was deported from Delhi airport, government officials said her e-Business visa was cancelled before she travelled to India on account of "activities which went against India's national interests."

  • British MP Who Criticised Government On Article 370 Stopped At Airport, Deported

    British MP Who Criticised Government On Article 370 Stopped At Airport, Deported

    A British MP critical of the government's decisions on Kashmir under Article 370 was stopped at the Delhi airport on Monday and deported to Dubai. Debbie Abrahams was not allowed entry into India and was told upon her arrival at the Delhi airport that her e-visa had been rejected. The chairperson of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Kashmir in ...

  • On Pak Jailing Hafiz Saeed, Government Sources Question "Efficacy"

    On Pak Jailing Hafiz Saeed, Government Sources Question "Efficacy"

    India has asked Pakistan to ensure all terrorist leaders and groups operating on its soil face justice, after reports said a court in the neighbouring country has sentenced 26/11 attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed to six years on terror charges.

  • Hafiz Saeed Gets 5 Years In Jail In Terror Financing Cases

    Hafiz Saeed Gets 5 Years In Jail In Terror Financing Cases

    26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed has been convicted by a Pakistan court in terror financing cases and sent to jail for five years, according to reports.

  • "Only People Of Delhi Can Ban Me": BJP's Parvesh Verma Remains Defiant

    "Only People Of Delhi Can Ban Me": BJP's Parvesh Verma Remains Defiant

    Despite being penalised by the Election Commission ahead of the Delhi polls, BJP leader Parvesh Verma on Tuesday justified calling Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a "terrorist" over the latter's alleged support to Shaheen Bagh protesters.

  • "Diplomatic Victory" As No EU Parliament Vote On Citizenship Act: Sources

    "Diplomatic Victory" As No EU Parliament Vote On Citizenship Act: Sources

    The European Parliament has decided to defer voting on a resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act on Thursday, sources in the Union government have said, terming it as a "diplomatic victory" for India.

  • Debate On CAA In European Parliament Today, Possible Vote Tomorrow

    Debate On CAA In European Parliament Today, Possible Vote Tomorrow

    A final joint resolution is ready for debate in the European Parliament today and tomorrow on India's citizenship law, which has been put forward by 560 of the parliament's 751 MPs.

  • Budget Should Focus On Putting More Money In Hands Of People, Says FICCI

    Budget Should Focus On Putting More Money In Hands Of People, Says FICCI

    Industry body Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) expects the Budget to put more money in the hands of people especially in rural areas, focus on disinvestment and announce a comprehensive agriculture policy.

  • India's Strong Reaction To European Union's 6 Resolutions On CAA, Kashmir

    India's Strong Reaction To European Union's 6 Resolutions On CAA, Kashmir

    India is facing a major diplomatic backlash from the European Union parliament on the Citizenship Amendment Act and the clampdown on Jammu and Kashmir ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's expected visit to Brussels for the India-EU summit in March.

  • "Largest Statelessness Crisis," Predicts Draft Anti-CAA Resolution In European Union

    "Largest Statelessness Crisis," Predicts Draft Anti-CAA Resolution In European Union

    More than 150 lawmakers of the European Union have drafted a five-page resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act, contending that it "marks a dangerous shift in the way citizenship will be determined in India and is set to create the largest statelessness crisis in the world and cause immense human suffering".

  • Trade High On Agenda On Brazil President's India Visit For Republic Day

    Trade High On Agenda On Brazil President's India Visit For Republic Day

    India's chief guest at this year's Republic Day parade - Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro - arrives on January 24 for a four-day visit. With both the countries facing huge economic challenges, a bilateral investment treaty is high on the agenda, which will allow both the sides to promote and protect investments in the two nations.

  • "Not Surprising", Says Kiran Shaw On IMF Prediction Of India Slowdown

    "Not Surprising", Says Kiran Shaw On IMF Prediction Of India Slowdown

    Biocon chief Kiran Shaw today said the International Monetary Fund's markdown of India's growth story is not surprising and the government needs to focus on investments and exports. There is also a need to bridge the trust deficit to bring back investment.

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