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100 Days Modi Sarkar

Tale of warmth and a cold shoulder marks foreign policy.

Aug

29

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Can Tokyo Provide PM His First Big Bang Moment

A civil nuclear agreement is one of the key outcomes New Delhi is pushing for in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Japan.

Aug

29

2014

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An Opening And a Closure

Newly restored Jewish centre Chabad House retains some scars from the 2008 Mumbai attacks

Aug

29

2014

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The Hindus Facing Eviction By Pakistan's Army

A poor Hindu community is facing eviction from an area in Pakistan's garrison city of Rawalpindi where its members have lived for more than 80 years.

Aug

28

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Indian Tri Color Lights up Niagara Falls

For the first time in the history, the world-famous and most visited tourist spot Niagara Falls was illuminated with Indian tri-color

Aug

27

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Generational Shift in BJP

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) decision to drop three founding members from its highest decision-making body marks the end of an era.

Aug

26

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BJP Graph Falling Fast

What happened in the last three months that the saffron party’s victory percentage came down from 80 to 40 per cent?

Aug

26

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Indian-American Named to Key Post in US Island Territory

Indian-American lawyer Reena Patel has been named civil division chief in the attorney general's office in the Northern Mariana Islands

Aug

26

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US NRIs’ Interest in Indian Realty Revives

A stable government at the centre, pragmatic policies and impending reforms has all convinced US NRIs to look at Indian realty.

Aug

24

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New York’s India Day Parade

Why FIA calls it the ‘greatest’ Independence Day celebrations.

Aug

24

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Indira Gandhi assassination: Controversial Film Blocked

India has blocked the release of a film on the assassination of former Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi, after complaints it glorified her killers.

Aug

20

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Partition of India

In 1947, when India split from Pakistan, millions of people were forced to leave their homes because of inter-religious violence.

Aug

20

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First Made-in-India Nuclear Submarine

The INS Arihant, country's first made-at-home nuclear submarine is being built in top secret conditions at Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh.

Aug

20

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China Troops Enter Disputed India Territory

Chinese troops have advanced 25 to 30 km deep into Indian territory in Burtse area in Ladakh

Aug

19

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India’s Independence Day Gift to England

India’s defeat evokes the highest civilizational principles and a truly heroic commitment to gratitude and forgiveness.

Aug

19

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US: Unfortunate India-Pakistan Talks Cancelled

The US said what matters now is that both the countries take steps to improve bilateral ties.

Aug

15

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Google’s Doodle Features Independent India’s First Stamp

The blue colour stamp with the Indian tricolour is the doodle that comes up when you open the Google’s India homepage.

Aug

15

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Patriotism B'wood Ishtyle

Every year we see movies dedicated to freedom fighters and the spirit of patriotism.

Aug

15

2014

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Modi Greets Nation in 18 Languages on I-Day

In a first-of-its-kind move, the greeting message of the prime minister was shared in 18 languages.

Aug

13

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Will PM Narendra Modi Rock America

The overseas BJP family wants rock star treatment for Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he comes to America-top billing, large crowds, groupies, tailgate parties as penance for the original sin.

Aug

13

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India’s Narnia Neighbourhood

Until someone blows the trumpet and calls for some leadership, India’s relations with its neighbours will remain time warped

Aug

13

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US Becomes India's Largest Defence Supplier

Stunning new figures on Indian defence imports have revealed that for the first time, the United States has overtaken all competitors to become India's largest defence supplier.

Aug

12

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Gandhi Statue Plan Revives Row in UK

As the father of the largest democracy in the world, it’s time for Gandhi to take his place in front of the mother of Parliaments.

Aug

12

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Japanese Ate Indian PoWs

The nationalist narrative has long projected the Second World War as a clash between the patriots of the Indian National Army (INA), supported by the Japanese Empire, and the evil British Empire.

Aug

10

2014

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PR Triumph

Did Indian PM's team spin the 'foster son' story?

Aug

10

2014

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Don't see China as India's Rival

The US today said India does not need to choose between its ties with Washington and China and should avoid seeing Beijing as a rival.

Aug

08

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Indian-Origin Jewellery Tycoon Member of House of Lords

Indian-origin jewellery tycoon Ranbir Singh Suri, who had donated 312,000 pounds to the Conservative Party, will be made one of the new peers in the British House of Lords.

Aug

08

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India Offers to Buy More US Helicopters

India has offered to increase an order for US Apache helicopters to drive down costs as the two sides race to close a $1.4bn deal

Aug

07

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Did Indian PM's Team Spin the Foster Son' Story

It all began with a series of tweets by Narendra Modi on the eve of his recent official trip to Nepal, the first by an Indian premier in 17 years.

Aug

07

2014

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Government May Strip Saif's Padma Shri Award

Government is examining a demand for taking back the Padma Shri award conferred on Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan in the wake of a Mumbai court framing charges against him.

Aug

07

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Sikh Group to Challenge Lifting of US Ban on Modi

A Sikh rights group has filed a request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) seeking documents relating to the Obama administration’s decision to invite Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Aug

06

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Indian Offers Biryani Comfort to Israeli Troops

An Indian woman known as the curry queen of Israel won over the hearts — and stomachs — of Israeli soldiers fighting in Gaza with a plate of aromatic chicken biryani.

Aug

06

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Is India Becoming the Next US Outpost

Despite the fact United States has been a friend of Pakistan for six decades, its showering of unusual favors to Islamabad’s arch-rival Delhi seems strange

Aug

05

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44 Kerala Nurses Return Home From Strife-torn Libya

The nurses were brought by bus from Tunisia to Dubai where they boarded a scheduled Emirates flight to Kochi.

Aug

05

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Dad Faced a Lot of Resistance From Within Congress

PM's daughter Daman Singh has sprung to her father's defence with her own book, "Strictly Personal, Manmohan and Gursharan".

Aug

04

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Too Many Irritants in India-US Ties

US Secretary of State John Kerry has used a meeting with India's new prime minister, Narendra Modi, to raise concerns about India's refusal to sign a global trade deal.

Aug

04

2014

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High Marks for Modi

Nepal Enthralled by Visit of India's Prime Minister, Who Hits 'the Right Notes'

Aug

03

2014

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US Set to Woo India With Classified Info, Intel Swap

the United States has offered to create institutionalised links between its military intelligence and India’s

Aug

03

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Modi Sends Advani, BJP Old Guard Into Exile

In the Hindu way of life, old age entails exile from home and hearth.

Aug

01

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Some Part of Sonia Gandhi is Not Indian

Gandhi’s behaviour "towards a person who had been loyal to the family for 45 years and one who had been close to her" showed the “ruthless side” of her.

Jul

31

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US Quotes Modi to Woo Modi

The three-day visit is also aimed at building bridges with the new government led by a man Washington abhorred for nearly a decade.

Jul

31

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Lessons From India’s Stand at The WTO

Is India playing spoilsport? No, it is not. It has genuine concerns about the large number of poor in the country.

Jul

31

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John Kerry Eyes Trade Boost With India

John Kerry's visit is expected to pave the way for Mr Modi's trip to the US in September.

Jul

31

2014

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The Indian-American Finger on US Nuclear Button

It has emerged that an Indian-American finger is on the US nuclear launch button, illustrating Washington's vote of confidence in the country's diversity.

Jul

30

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Identity Crisis

US Representative Curt Clawson mistook two senior US officials testifying at a congressional hearing for representatives of the government of India.

Jul

30

2014

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India’s Chinese Dream

India’s leaders must develop a comprehensive plan to eliminate barriers to economic competitiveness

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