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Pakistan crisis – Chaos on Roads, Military Coup on Horizon Again

Pakistan crisis – Chaos on Roads, Military Coup on Horizon Again

It is not India’s call to ensure the success of democracy in Pakistan. On the contrary, the so-called democratic Governments in Pakistan from that of Bhutto to Benazir and Sharif have always proved troublesome for New…


100 Days of Modi Sarkar, India-Japan ties, and Markets on a high: Top & Trending

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi completed his 100 days in office, citizens across the country…


Pakistan Crisis: Military using puppet Imran to set terms for Nawaz?

Media reports and Government sources are questioning the role of the Pakistani military in the…


India, Japan come closer, Pakistan on edge again: Top & Trending

Japan today announced doubling of its private and public investment in India to about $34 billion over the next five years even as the two countries decided to elevate their ties to a Special Strategic Global Partnership but failed to conclude a…





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Modi in Japan, Nalanda University reopening, and trouble in Pakistan : Top & Trending

After a busy day in the former Japanese capital Kyoto, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today hold summit talks with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Tokyo to bolster bilateral security and economic ties. …

Digital India, Modi’s Japan visit, India-US ties, and Bihar by-poll results: Weekly Round-Up

Bihar by-poll's shocking results, giving six seats to Nitish-Lalu-Congress alliance was a wake up call for …

Narendra Modi’s message to Pakistan: Disappointed by spectacle of Talks

Speaking for the first time on suspension of Foreign Secretaries-level talks with Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that Pakistan has disappointed India by allowing the chief of its mission in India to hold talks with Kashmiri …

Narendra Modi leaves no room for Pakistan’s doublespeak on Kashmir

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it clear to Pakistan that it cannot be allowed to involve any third party in talks over any outstanding issues including the vexed issue of Jammu & …

J&K Assembly resolution: NC, Congress, PDP hurt national interest for political gains

The Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council, Thursday, passed a resolution that urges the Centre to resume talks with Pakistan. The big question is should a State Government end up passing resolutions that seemingly side with those who are …

1.5 crore bank accounts opened in a day under PMJDY – Top & Trending

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched a massive scheme, Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, today to provide a bank account to every household and to help those who are off the financial grid and therefore vulnerable to black market moneylenders. …

Omar Abdullah’s pro-Pakistan stance and need for President’s rule in J&K

National Conference has crossed the fine line, vitiated the whole atmosphere in the State in general and Kashmir Valley in particular and it would be suicidal for India if this party of secessionists is allowed to remain in office for some more …

Pak violates ceasefire again post-flag meet, India foils bid: Top & Trending

A day after the flag meeting with India, Pakistan again violated the ceasefire agreement in Pargwal sector, where the meeting took place. According to reports, the Pakistan rangers fired at BSF border post at Dewara and Akhnoor sector but BSF foiled …

India-Pakistan hold flag meeting on LoC, ceasefire violations get strong reaction: Top & Trending

India and Pakistan will hold a flag meeting at field levels on Wednesday to address the issue of ceasefire violation on the LoC and International Border at Jammu. The two countries agreed to hold flag meetings to defuse the …

Pakistani aggression continues

With Pakistan no closer to stopping aggression against India and the Modi Government promising a 'fitting reply', which way is the age-old India-Pakistan conflict about to go? Or is it going to be what it always has been -- an impasse? …

All Coal-block allocations since 1993 illegal says SC: Top & Trending

The Supreme Court on Monday declared allocation all the 218 coal blocks made since 1993 as “illegal and arbitrary”, holding that the central government had no power of allocation under the relevant laws. The consequences of the declaration will …

Supreme Court verdict on coal-block allocation will ruin Manmohan Singh’s reputation – Top & Trending

The Supreme Court’s blackballing of coal block allocations since 1993 will ruin the reputation of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, under whose watch most of the coal-blocks were allocated during UPA 1 and UPA 2. Lalu Prasad Yadav and Nitish …

Counting on in 18 Assembly seats: Secular Alliance leads in Bihar – Top & Trending

Counting for 18 Assembly seats in 4 States is underway and it looks like BJP is going to have a tough time repeating the Lok Sabha election feat. Pakistan Troops continue ceasefire violations in J&K, fire at 40 outposts, 24 villages along …

Arun Jaitley says Army, BSF responding effectively to ceasefire violations by Pakistan – Top & Trending

Union Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said that the Indian Army and Border Security Force are responding effectively to the repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan. The Supreme Court on Saturday refused to postpone the UPSC preliminary …

Narendra Modi’s Pakistan’s strategy, Indo-Japan ties and decline of AAP: Weekly Round up

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's scheduled visit to Japan, NDA Government's strategy to tackle its straining bilateral relations with Pakistan, and the scrapping of Planning Commission grabbed headlines in the week gone by. …

Pakistan violates ceasefire again, shells 22 BSF posts: Top & Trending

In a major upsurge, Pakistani troops on Friday night indulged in heavy and unprovoked shelling and firing on 22 Border outposts and 13 villages, killing two civilians, and injuring six others including a BSF jawan along the International Border in …

Pakistan violates ceasefire, two civilians killed

The ceasefire violation is being dubbed as the most intense firing in recent times, in which at least two civilians were killed and three others were injured. All five belonged to the same family and the deceased were identified as Muhammad Akram …

Arun Jaitley clarifies after rape comment sparks media outrage – Top & Trending

Arun Jaitley's address to the State Tourism Ministers backfired when his words were taken up as insensitive. He was referring to the incidents of rape in the country which paint a bad picture and harm the tourism industry. …







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