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  • Congress-Backed NSUI Wins Delhi University Top Posts, Says 'Big Comeback'

    Congress-Backed NSUI Wins Delhi University Top Posts, Says 'Big Comeback'

    The Congress-linked NSUI or National Students Union of India today celebrated what it described as its "major comeback" after winning the top two posts of the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU), leaving two for its rival Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), which is linked to the BJP.

  • For PM Modi And Japan's Abe, A Trip To Famous Mosque, Bullet Train Inauguration

    For PM Modi And Japan's Abe, A Trip To Famous Mosque, Bullet Train Inauguration

    At 3:30 pm tomorrow, Ahmedabad will receive not one but two VVIPs. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will greet his counterpart from Japan, Shinzo Abe, who will spend his entire two-day visit to India in the PM's home state

  • 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...

  • Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Replaces Nawaz Sharif As Pakistan Prime Minister

    Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Replaces Nawaz Sharif As Pakistan Prime Minister

    Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has been appointed the interim Prime Minister of Pakistan after Nawaz Sharif was disqualified by the Supreme Court over corruption allegations.

  • Won't Allow Anyone To Split China, Will Defeat All Invasions: Xi Jinping

    Won't Allow Anyone To Split China, Will Defeat All Invasions: Xi Jinping

    China will never compromise on its sovereignty, security or development interests, President Xi Jinping said Tuesday at an Army Day celebration. His comments are significant in the middle of a prolonged standoff between India and China near the Sikkim Sector, which is approaching a third month.

  • Amid Border Standoff, India, Bhutan Attend Event For Chinese Army

    Amid Border Standoff, India, Bhutan Attend Event For Chinese Army

    While a face-off between the armies of India and China near the Sikkim sector inched towards a third month and a fresh Chinese incursion in Uttarakhand was confirmed by sources at the centre, signs of strain were noticeably absent closer home on Monday. At an event in New Delhi to mark the 90th anniversary of China's army, in attendance were repres...

  • Hindu Nationalism Risks Pushing India Into War: China State-Run Media

    Hindu Nationalism Risks Pushing India Into War: China State-Run Media

    The Chinese media has ratcheted up its discourse against India, this time by taking on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and what it calls "Hindu nationalism". An opinion published in China's English language daily Global Times, titled "Hindu nationalism risks pushing India into war with China" also expressed the view that the border row "is an action t...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • In TV Interview, Hizbul Mujahideen's Syed Salahuddin Exposes Pakistan's Role In Terror

    In TV Interview, Hizbul Mujahideen's Syed Salahuddin Exposes Pakistan's Role In Terror

    Islamabad must ensure that internationally-designated terrorists do not find space in Pakistan for their activities, India on Monday said, after Hizbul Mujahideen's Syed Salahuddin, designated a global terrorist by the US last week, boasted in a television interview that his outfit has carried out terror attacks in India.

  • Pak Defends Hizbul Chief Syed Salahuddin Designated 'Global Terrorist' By US

    Pak Defends Hizbul Chief Syed Salahuddin Designated 'Global Terrorist' By US

    A day after Syed Salahuddin, chief of the terrorist group Hizbul Mujahideen, was declared a Specially Designated Global Terrorist by the US Department of State, Pakistan has pitched a fervent defence in his favour, calling the move "completely unjustified".

  • Donald Trump Likely To Exit Climate Accord, PM Modi's Stand Reportedly Unchanged

    Donald Trump Likely To Exit Climate Accord, PM Modi's Stand Reportedly Unchanged

    President Donald Trump will pull the United States out of a global pact to fight climate change, just as he pledged in his campaign, an unnamed White House official has told local media and news agencies.

  • Indian Woman Who Alleged Wedding At Gunpoint To Pak Man Returns Today

    Indian Woman Who Alleged Wedding At Gunpoint To Pak Man Returns Today

    The Indian woman who sought refuge at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, accusing a Pakistani man of forcing her at gunpoint to marry him, is expected to return to India today. Uzma will come back via Wagah border, escorted by the officials of the Indian High Commission. Uzma's brother, who had sought the government's help in rescuing her, wa...

  • Body Parts Of Soldiers Taken To Other Side, Says Furious India

    Body Parts Of Soldiers Taken To Other Side, Says Furious India

    Calling the killing and mutilation of its two soldiers a "strong act of provocation", India today told Islamabad there is "sufficient evidence" of the role of the Pakistani army. The government summoned Pakistani envoy Abdul Basit to underscore its outrage and demanded immediate action against the Pakistani soldiers and commanders responsible for w...

  • India's Firm Response After Turkish President's Controversial Kashmir Comment: 10 Points

    India's Firm Response After Turkish President's Controversial Kashmir Comment: 10 Points

    At a meeting on Monday between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, India firmly explained to the visiting leader that "the issue of Kashmir is essentially an issue of terrorism," and asserted that its disputes with Pakistan must be settled bilaterally. Ahead of his visit, Mr Erdogan had in a television interview...

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  • Congress-Backed NSUI Wins Delhi University Top Posts, Says 'Big Comeback'

    Congress-Backed NSUI Wins Delhi University Top Posts, Says 'Big Comeback'

    The Congress-linked NSUI or National Students Union of India today celebrated what it described as its "major comeback" after winning the top two posts of the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU), leaving two for its rival Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), which is linked to the BJP.

  • For PM Modi And Japan's Abe, A Trip To Famous Mosque, Bullet Train Inauguration

    For PM Modi And Japan's Abe, A Trip To Famous Mosque, Bullet Train Inauguration

    At 3:30 pm tomorrow, Ahmedabad will receive not one but two VVIPs. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will greet his counterpart from Japan, Shinzo Abe, who will spend his entire two-day visit to India in the PM's home state

  • 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...

  • Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Replaces Nawaz Sharif As Pakistan Prime Minister

    Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Replaces Nawaz Sharif As Pakistan Prime Minister

    Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has been appointed the interim Prime Minister of Pakistan after Nawaz Sharif was disqualified by the Supreme Court over corruption allegations.

  • Won't Allow Anyone To Split China, Will Defeat All Invasions: Xi Jinping

    Won't Allow Anyone To Split China, Will Defeat All Invasions: Xi Jinping

    China will never compromise on its sovereignty, security or development interests, President Xi Jinping said Tuesday at an Army Day celebration. His comments are significant in the middle of a prolonged standoff between India and China near the Sikkim Sector, which is approaching a third month.

  • Amid Border Standoff, India, Bhutan Attend Event For Chinese Army

    Amid Border Standoff, India, Bhutan Attend Event For Chinese Army

    While a face-off between the armies of India and China near the Sikkim sector inched towards a third month and a fresh Chinese incursion in Uttarakhand was confirmed by sources at the centre, signs of strain were noticeably absent closer home on Monday. At an event in New Delhi to mark the 90th anniversary of China's army, in attendance were repres...

  • Hindu Nationalism Risks Pushing India Into War: China State-Run Media

    Hindu Nationalism Risks Pushing India Into War: China State-Run Media

    The Chinese media has ratcheted up its discourse against India, this time by taking on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and what it calls "Hindu nationalism". An opinion published in China's English language daily Global Times, titled "Hindu nationalism risks pushing India into war with China" also expressed the view that the border row "is an action t...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • In TV Interview, Hizbul Mujahideen's Syed Salahuddin Exposes Pakistan's Role In Terror

    In TV Interview, Hizbul Mujahideen's Syed Salahuddin Exposes Pakistan's Role In Terror

    Islamabad must ensure that internationally-designated terrorists do not find space in Pakistan for their activities, India on Monday said, after Hizbul Mujahideen's Syed Salahuddin, designated a global terrorist by the US last week, boasted in a television interview that his outfit has carried out terror attacks in India.

  • Pak Defends Hizbul Chief Syed Salahuddin Designated 'Global Terrorist' By US

    Pak Defends Hizbul Chief Syed Salahuddin Designated 'Global Terrorist' By US

    A day after Syed Salahuddin, chief of the terrorist group Hizbul Mujahideen, was declared a Specially Designated Global Terrorist by the US Department of State, Pakistan has pitched a fervent defence in his favour, calling the move "completely unjustified".

  • Donald Trump Likely To Exit Climate Accord, PM Modi's Stand Reportedly Unchanged

    Donald Trump Likely To Exit Climate Accord, PM Modi's Stand Reportedly Unchanged

    President Donald Trump will pull the United States out of a global pact to fight climate change, just as he pledged in his campaign, an unnamed White House official has told local media and news agencies.

  • Indian Woman Who Alleged Wedding At Gunpoint To Pak Man Returns Today

    Indian Woman Who Alleged Wedding At Gunpoint To Pak Man Returns Today

    The Indian woman who sought refuge at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, accusing a Pakistani man of forcing her at gunpoint to marry him, is expected to return to India today. Uzma will come back via Wagah border, escorted by the officials of the Indian High Commission. Uzma's brother, who had sought the government's help in rescuing her, wa...

  • Body Parts Of Soldiers Taken To Other Side, Says Furious India

    Body Parts Of Soldiers Taken To Other Side, Says Furious India

    Calling the killing and mutilation of its two soldiers a "strong act of provocation", India today told Islamabad there is "sufficient evidence" of the role of the Pakistani army. The government summoned Pakistani envoy Abdul Basit to underscore its outrage and demanded immediate action against the Pakistani soldiers and commanders responsible for w...

  • India's Firm Response After Turkish President's Controversial Kashmir Comment: 10 Points

    India's Firm Response After Turkish President's Controversial Kashmir Comment: 10 Points

    At a meeting on Monday between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, India firmly explained to the visiting leader that "the issue of Kashmir is essentially an issue of terrorism," and asserted that its disputes with Pakistan must be settled bilaterally. Ahead of his visit, Mr Erdogan had in a television interview...

  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Controversial Comment On Kashmir As He Visits India

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Controversial Comment On Kashmir As He Visits India

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are holding bilateral talks at Delhi's Hyderabad House on Monday afternoon, after attending a meeting of businessmen from both countries, where the leaders called for aggressive efforts to deepen economic relations.

  • Nuke Club NSG Bid On Agenda As Turkish President Visits India: 10 Points

    Nuke Club NSG Bid On Agenda As Turkish President Visits India: 10 Points

    Fresh after winning a controversial referendum that gives him sweeping powers, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in India today. On a two-day visit to the country, President Erdogan was received by his Indian counterpart Pranab Mukherjee at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. The two will discuss ways to improve bilateral economic and trade ties. ...

  • Invented Names Don't Make Claims Legal: India's Comeback To China's Barb

    Invented Names Don't Make Claims Legal: India's Comeback To China's Barb

    New Delhi has brushed aside China's announcing its own names for six places in Arunachal Pradesh, saying renaming or inventing names for towns of neighbours does not make Beijing's territorial claims legal.

  • Donald Trump's Top Security Adviser HR McMaster Meets PM Narendra Modi, Reaffirms India As Major Defence Partner

    Donald Trump's Top Security Adviser HR McMaster Meets PM Narendra Modi, Reaffirms India As Major Defence Partner

    India and US held detailed talks on counter-terrorism and strategic cooperation during the visit of HR McMaster in Delhi today. The US National Security Advisor, who has already visited Islamabad and Kabul, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval this morning.

  • India Ready To Let Go Of Veto Initially For UN Security Council Seat

    India Ready To Let Go Of Veto Initially For UN Security Council Seat

    To win permanent membership of the UN Security Council, India has offered to forgo veto power initially as a bargaining chip to get the reform process moving. "The issue of veto is important, but we should not allow it to have a veto over the process of Council reform itself," India's Permanent Representative at the UN, Syed Akbaruddin, said on Tue...

  • Unprecedented, Says Dawn Editor About Travel Ban On Pak Reporter

    Unprecedented, Says Dawn Editor About Travel Ban On Pak Reporter

    Pakistani journalist Cyril Almeida, who has been banned from leaving the country after he reported on the rift between the civilian government and the military over terrorists, posted on Twitter that he has been "saddened" and "puzzled" by the government's move.

  • Under Fire, Haryana Chief Minister Visits Family of Dalit Children Burnt Alive

    Under Fire, Haryana Chief Minister Visits Family of Dalit Children Burnt Alive

    Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who has been attacked by the opposition over the death of two Dalit children who were burnt alive at a village near Delhi, visited their family today and assured them that the guilty would be punished soon. The chief minister was expected to meet them yesterday, but his visit was cancelled in the wake of ...

  • What Do You Mean Photo-Op, People are Dying: Rahul Gandhi Hits Back

    What Do You Mean Photo-Op, People are Dying: Rahul Gandhi Hits Back

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi lost his cool today during his visit to a village in Haryana, where two Dalit children had been burned alive. When a reporter asked him if it was a photo-op, Mr Gandhi hit back, saying it was an insulting suggestion.

  • CBI to Probe Dalit Killings Near Delhi; Children Cremated

    CBI to Probe Dalit Killings Near Delhi; Children Cremated

    After a day of heartbreak, protests and politics, the family of the two Dalit children who were burnt alive at a Haryana village, near Delhi, have cremated them. The Haryana government, under attack from the opposition, has now asked for a Central Bureau of Investigation or CBI probe into the deaths.

  • 2 Children Burnt Alive After House is Set on Fire Near Delhi

    2 Children Burnt Alive After House is Set on Fire Near Delhi

    Two young children from a Dalit family were burnt alive and their parents suffered injuries after their home in a Haryana village about 40 km from the national capital, was allegedly set afire deep in the night on Monday.

  • 'What Are PM Modi And His Lt Governor Doing?' Asks Arvind Kejriwal On Rapes in Delhi

    'What Are PM Modi And His Lt Governor Doing?' Asks Arvind Kejriwal On Rapes in Delhi

    Condemning the rapes of three young girls in Delhi in the last one week, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said the Delhi Police has "completely failed" to provide safety to women in the city and once again demanded that its control be transferred from the Centre to the state government.

  • Capital Shame: Girls Aged Two And Five Raped in Delhi

    Capital Shame: Girls Aged Two And Five Raped in Delhi

    Just a week after the horrific rape and torture of a four-year-old girl in Delhi, two more cases of young girls being raped have been reported from the capital. Both the girls have suffered severe injuries and are recovering in hospital.

  • Arvind Kejriwal Sacks Minister for Corruption, Challenges BJP to Follow Lead

    Arvind Kejriwal Sacks Minister for Corruption, Challenges BJP to Follow Lead

    Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, today sacked a minister accused of asking for a bribe, and declared "I will not even spare my son, Manish Sisodia or anyone else if he is corrupt."

  • A Delhi Father Who Lost Both His Children to Dengue

    A Delhi Father Who Lost Both His Children to Dengue

    In 2010, his 11-year-old son, Ankit, died of dengue. Last month, he lost his 11-year-old daughter, Maneka, to the epidemic.

  • Repeatedly Turned Away, 6-Year-old With Dengue Died in Hospital No 7

    Repeatedly Turned Away, 6-Year-old With Dengue Died in Hospital No 7

    At around 2.30 am on Saturday night, six-year-old Aman, diagnosed with dengue and suffering from high fever, was nowhere near a hospital or a doctor. He was on a bike, shivering, as his father hunted desperately for any hospital that would take him in.

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