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  • Ahead of PM Narendra Modi's Visit, Quadrilateral Initiative Begins In Manila

    Ahead of PM Narendra Modi's Visit, Quadrilateral Initiative Begins In Manila

    In the backdrop of China's growing assertiveness, India, the US, Japan and Australia have got together to revive an alliance called the Quadrilateral, and talks were held today in Manila on the sidelines of the ASEAN summit. The grouping is expected to boost free trade and defence cooperation across part of South China Sea and Indian Ocean.

  • Terror Groups Threatening Pak's Stability, says US Secretary of State

    Terror Groups Threatening Pak's Stability, says US Secretary of State

    In a dramatic statement, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson today said that terror groups in Pakistan are now threatening the stability and security of the government. In a joint press statement with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi, Mr Tillerson said, "There are too many terror organisations that find a safe haven in Pakistan....

  • In Xi's 3-Hour-Long Speech, The Part That's Relevant For India

    In Xi's 3-Hour-Long Speech, The Part That's Relevant For India

    Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned today that "No one should expect China to swallow anything that undermines its interests" though he also claimed that Beijing is opposed to "the practice of the strong bullying the weak." In a speech that ran longer than three hours, provoking an avalanche of online jokes, he also said that "China's developme...

  • Notes Ban 'Largest Money-Laundering Scheme Ever': Arun Shourie To NDTV

    Notes Ban 'Largest Money-Laundering Scheme Ever': Arun Shourie To NDTV

    Arun Shourie, former union minister, was categorical today in blaming the economic slowdown on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shock outlawing of high-denomination notes a year ago. "It was the largest money-laundering scheme ever, conceived and implemented entirely by the government," Mr Shourie told NDTV today

  • US To Push India To Sign Treaty On Children Kidnapped By Their Parents

    US To Push India To Sign Treaty On Children Kidnapped By Their Parents

    As India and US get ready to meet later this month for their annual consular dialogue, one of the key issues on the table will be how to protect children kidnapped by their own parents, US officials said today.

  • No Restrictions For Now On H-1B Visas, Say US Officials To NDTV

    No Restrictions For Now On H-1B Visas, Say US Officials To NDTV

    For now, the US is making no changes to the H-1B visa policy that affects thousands of Indians, said American diplomats today who asked not to be named because they are not authorized to speak to the media.

  • 'Deplore Current Measures In India To Deport Rohingyas': UN Body

    'Deplore Current Measures In India To Deport Rohingyas': UN Body

    India cannot carry out collective expulsions or return people to a place where they risk torture, the UN said today in a sharp statement amid reports that the government plans to deport thousands of Rohingyas who have fled violence in Myanmar.

  • In Battle Against Rohingya Insurgents, India Asks Myanmar To Focus On Welfare Of Civilian Population As Well

    In Battle Against Rohingya Insurgents, India Asks Myanmar To Focus On Welfare Of Civilian Population As Well

    Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Myanmar visit that focused on boosting security and economic ties, India on Saturday expressed its "deep concern" about the situation in Rakhine State where security forces have been engaged in a bloody battle against Rohingya insurgents, forcing thousands of people to flee neighbouring Bangladesh and India...

  • Gauri Lankesh Got Hate Letters From Naxals, Brother Indrajit Tells NDTV

    Gauri Lankesh Got Hate Letters From Naxals, Brother Indrajit Tells NDTV

    Gauri Lankesh, the senior journalist and activist whose murder on the doorstep of her west Bengaluru house has provoked outrage across the country, had received hate messages from naxalites, her brother Indrajit Lankesh told NDTV, citing updates on the murder investigation that he has received from the police.

  • Let's Get Ties On 'Right Track', China's Xi Jinping Tells PM Narendra Modi: 10 Points

    Let's Get Ties On 'Right Track', China's Xi Jinping Tells PM Narendra Modi: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and China's President Xi Jinping agreed that more needed to be done to avoid future border disputes, the government said today as the two leaders held their first bilateral talks since the protracted standoff at Doklam ended last week. "One of the most important points made during the meeting was that peace and tranquil...

  • Beef Will Continue In Kerala, BJP Has No Problems: Minister KJ Alphons

    Beef Will Continue In Kerala, BJP Has No Problems: Minister KJ Alphons

    KJ Alphons, a bureaucrat who has joined Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government as Minister of State for Tourism and IT, said today that he would act like a "bridge" between the Christian community and the BJP

  • BRICS Declaration Names Pakistan-Based Terror Groups For The First Time

    BRICS Declaration Names Pakistan-Based Terror Groups For The First Time

    India on Monday scored a significant diplomatic win as BRICS nations at a summit in China named, for the first time, Pakistan-based groups like Lashkar e Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed and the Haqqani network in a strongly-worded declaration condemning terror.

  • Army Chief Said He Could Ensure Max Damage: Government Sources On Doklam

    Army Chief Said He Could Ensure Max Damage: Government Sources On Doklam

    A day after China and India ended their worst military confrontation in decades, sources said the government negotiated the settlement from a position of strength because the army had enveloped the entire area and "had made enough provisions to neutralize the Chinese forces".

  • PM Narendra Modi Will Be In China From September 3-5 For BRICS Summit

    PM Narendra Modi Will Be In China From September 3-5 For BRICS Summit

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Xiamen in China next month for a summit of BRICS -- a bloc of Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, the foreign ministry said today. The summit will be held from September 3 to 5.

  • 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.

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  • Ahead of PM Narendra Modi's Visit, Quadrilateral Initiative Begins In Manila

    Ahead of PM Narendra Modi's Visit, Quadrilateral Initiative Begins In Manila

    In the backdrop of China's growing assertiveness, India, the US, Japan and Australia have got together to revive an alliance called the Quadrilateral, and talks were held today in Manila on the sidelines of the ASEAN summit. The grouping is expected to boost free trade and defence cooperation across part of South China Sea and Indian Ocean.

  • Terror Groups Threatening Pak's Stability, says US Secretary of State

    Terror Groups Threatening Pak's Stability, says US Secretary of State

    In a dramatic statement, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson today said that terror groups in Pakistan are now threatening the stability and security of the government. In a joint press statement with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi, Mr Tillerson said, "There are too many terror organisations that find a safe haven in Pakistan....

  • In Xi's 3-Hour-Long Speech, The Part That's Relevant For India

    In Xi's 3-Hour-Long Speech, The Part That's Relevant For India

    Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned today that "No one should expect China to swallow anything that undermines its interests" though he also claimed that Beijing is opposed to "the practice of the strong bullying the weak." In a speech that ran longer than three hours, provoking an avalanche of online jokes, he also said that "China's developme...

  • Notes Ban 'Largest Money-Laundering Scheme Ever': Arun Shourie To NDTV

    Notes Ban 'Largest Money-Laundering Scheme Ever': Arun Shourie To NDTV

    Arun Shourie, former union minister, was categorical today in blaming the economic slowdown on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shock outlawing of high-denomination notes a year ago. "It was the largest money-laundering scheme ever, conceived and implemented entirely by the government," Mr Shourie told NDTV today

  • US To Push India To Sign Treaty On Children Kidnapped By Their Parents

    US To Push India To Sign Treaty On Children Kidnapped By Their Parents

    As India and US get ready to meet later this month for their annual consular dialogue, one of the key issues on the table will be how to protect children kidnapped by their own parents, US officials said today.

  • No Restrictions For Now On H-1B Visas, Say US Officials To NDTV

    No Restrictions For Now On H-1B Visas, Say US Officials To NDTV

    For now, the US is making no changes to the H-1B visa policy that affects thousands of Indians, said American diplomats today who asked not to be named because they are not authorized to speak to the media.

  • 'Deplore Current Measures In India To Deport Rohingyas': UN Body

    'Deplore Current Measures In India To Deport Rohingyas': UN Body

    India cannot carry out collective expulsions or return people to a place where they risk torture, the UN said today in a sharp statement amid reports that the government plans to deport thousands of Rohingyas who have fled violence in Myanmar.

  • In Battle Against Rohingya Insurgents, India Asks Myanmar To Focus On Welfare Of Civilian Population As Well

    In Battle Against Rohingya Insurgents, India Asks Myanmar To Focus On Welfare Of Civilian Population As Well

    Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Myanmar visit that focused on boosting security and economic ties, India on Saturday expressed its "deep concern" about the situation in Rakhine State where security forces have been engaged in a bloody battle against Rohingya insurgents, forcing thousands of people to flee neighbouring Bangladesh and India...

  • Gauri Lankesh Got Hate Letters From Naxals, Brother Indrajit Tells NDTV

    Gauri Lankesh Got Hate Letters From Naxals, Brother Indrajit Tells NDTV

    Gauri Lankesh, the senior journalist and activist whose murder on the doorstep of her west Bengaluru house has provoked outrage across the country, had received hate messages from naxalites, her brother Indrajit Lankesh told NDTV, citing updates on the murder investigation that he has received from the police.

  • Let's Get Ties On 'Right Track', China's Xi Jinping Tells PM Narendra Modi: 10 Points

    Let's Get Ties On 'Right Track', China's Xi Jinping Tells PM Narendra Modi: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and China's President Xi Jinping agreed that more needed to be done to avoid future border disputes, the government said today as the two leaders held their first bilateral talks since the protracted standoff at Doklam ended last week. "One of the most important points made during the meeting was that peace and tranquil...

  • Beef Will Continue In Kerala, BJP Has No Problems: Minister KJ Alphons

    Beef Will Continue In Kerala, BJP Has No Problems: Minister KJ Alphons

    KJ Alphons, a bureaucrat who has joined Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government as Minister of State for Tourism and IT, said today that he would act like a "bridge" between the Christian community and the BJP

  • BRICS Declaration Names Pakistan-Based Terror Groups For The First Time

    BRICS Declaration Names Pakistan-Based Terror Groups For The First Time

    India on Monday scored a significant diplomatic win as BRICS nations at a summit in China named, for the first time, Pakistan-based groups like Lashkar e Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed and the Haqqani network in a strongly-worded declaration condemning terror.

  • Army Chief Said He Could Ensure Max Damage: Government Sources On Doklam

    Army Chief Said He Could Ensure Max Damage: Government Sources On Doklam

    A day after China and India ended their worst military confrontation in decades, sources said the government negotiated the settlement from a position of strength because the army had enveloped the entire area and "had made enough provisions to neutralize the Chinese forces".

  • PM Narendra Modi Will Be In China From September 3-5 For BRICS Summit

    PM Narendra Modi Will Be In China From September 3-5 For BRICS Summit

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Xiamen in China next month for a summit of BRICS -- a bloc of Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, the foreign ministry said today. The summit will be held from September 3 to 5.

  • 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.

  • As Doklam Crisis Ends, Chinese Bulldozers Move Out: Government Sources

    As Doklam Crisis Ends, Chinese Bulldozers Move Out: Government Sources

    China and India have agreed to end a lengthy standoff at the Sikkim border that began in June, with Beijing reportedly abandoning plans to construct a road that had triggered the crisis.

  • Privacy Order Reflects Our View, Said Government. Its Ex-Lawyer Differs

    Privacy Order Reflects Our View, Said Government. Its Ex-Lawyer Differs

    Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Thursday pitched the Supreme Court's verdict that privacy is a fundamental right as a reaffirmation of the government's position. But he was soon contradicted by the government's former top law officer.

  • On Doklam, Japan Backs India, Says 'Must Not Change Status Quo By Force'

    On Doklam, Japan Backs India, Says 'Must Not Change Status Quo By Force'

    Japan has come out strongly in support of India in the two-month-long Doklam standoff near Sikkim and said there should be no "unilateral attempts to change the status quo by force".

  • Not Your Business If I Stay Out Late, Says Woman Who Was Stalked

    Not Your Business If I Stay Out Late, Says Woman Who Was Stalked

    Varnika Kundu, the 29-year-old DJ who was chased on the streets of Chandigarh and nearly kidnapped allegedly by Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala's son, lashed out at an outrageous statement questioning why she was out late at night.

  • 'Israel Overplayed PM Narendra Modi's Recent Visit,' Says Palastinian Envoy To India

    'Israel Overplayed PM Narendra Modi's Recent Visit,' Says Palastinian Envoy To India

    Weeks after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's historic visit to Israel, as tensions flare up once again between Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem, the Palestinian envoy to India has said India can play a "positive role" between both sides.

  • China Tells Foreign Diplomats Its Patience With India 'Won't Be Indefinite'

    China Tells Foreign Diplomats Its Patience With India 'Won't Be Indefinite'

    Over a month into the border standoff at Sikkim between India and China, diplomatic sources have told NDTV that several foreign embassies in Delhi are concerned and worried.

  • After China Offers To Mediate In Kashmir, India's Firm Response

    After China Offers To Mediate In Kashmir, India's Firm Response

    A day after China's latest snub on the border stand-off at Sikkim, the government has said that "diplomatic channels are available and are being used" to resolve the confrontation that began nearly a month ago. India has also dismissed China's offer- designed to provoke and made yesterday- to help mediate in Kashmir to bring "peace and stability to...

  • Government To Brief Parties Tomorrow On Sikkim Standoff With China

    Government To Brief Parties Tomorrow On Sikkim Standoff With China

    The government will brief opposition parties tomorrow on the stand-off with China at the Sikkim border providing updates on the confrontation which began last month. Home Minister Rajnath Singh will explain the situation on the aggressive dispute with China to political leaders ahead of the parliament session that begins on Monday.

  • Can't Say Cow, Hindutva: Censor Board Wants Amartya Sen Beeped In Film

    Can't Say Cow, Hindutva: Censor Board Wants Amartya Sen Beeped In Film

    India's censor board, notorious for a series of questionable decisions, has now dictated that Amartya Sen is not allowed to say "cow" in a documentary. The Nobel laureate has to be beeped also when he says the words "Gujarat", "Hindu India" and "Hindutva view of India", the Central Board of Film Certification has said on "Argumentative Indian", a d...

  • Yes, A Security Lapse, Says Jammu And Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister To NDTV

    Yes, A Security Lapse, Says Jammu And Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister To NDTV

    The terror attack that led to the deaths of seven pilgrims traveling on a bus after visiting the Amarnath shrine in South Kashmir was the result of a security lapse, said Dr Nirmal Singh, Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, to NDTV.

  • After Meeting China Ambassador, Rahul Gandhi Says 'My Job To Be Informed'

    After Meeting China Ambassador, Rahul Gandhi Says 'My Job To Be Informed'

    After Rahul Gandhi's party dithered over acknowledging his meeting with the Chinese ambassador amid a massive border standoff between the two countries, the 47-year-old politician tweeted that he has the right to meet the envoy - "it is my job to be informed on critical issues" - and said if the government believes he is in the wrong, it should exp...

  • Indian, Israeli Firms Sign 12 MoUs Worth More Than 4.3 Billion Dollars

    Indian, Israeli Firms Sign 12 MoUs Worth More Than 4.3 Billion Dollars

    As Prime Minister Narendra Modi winds up his trip to Israel, the first meeting of the India-Israel CEOs Forum in Tel Aviv signed 12 Strategic Business MoUs worth over US$ 4.3 billion.

  • A Stroll On Beach By PM Modi, Israel's Netanyahu Makes Waves

    A Stroll On Beach By PM Modi, Israel's Netanyahu Makes Waves

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu today took a stroll on the beach, their natural warmth and chemistry on full display.

  • 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.

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