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PM lays foundation stone of Guru Ravidas birth place development project

PM Modi paid homage at the statue of Shri Guru Ravidas at the Janmsthan temple at Seer Goverdhanpur in Varanasi. PM Modi paid homage at the statue of Shri Guru Ravidas at the Janmsthan temple at Seer Goverdhanpur in Varanasi.


Pakistani PM warns India against attack, urges talks on Kashmir blast

ISLAMABAD/SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Tuesday Pakistan would retaliate if India attacked in response to a bombing in the disputed Kashmir region, which India blamed on Pakistan.


Pakistan urges U.N. to intervene over Kashmir tension with India

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan's foreign minister appealed to the U.N. Secretary General on Tuesday to help ease tension with India that has escalated sharply following a suicide bombing in the Indian part of disputed Kashmir. India blamed that attack on Pakistan.


Imran Khan: Olive Branch and a Sword.

Situation: Earlier today, Imran Khan the Prime Minister of Pakistan released a video message to address the allegations leveled against Pakistan by the Republic of India – regarding the attack on the CRPF Paramilitary convoy in Pulwama district of Jammu & Kashmir which killed over 45 soldiers and in


PM Holds delegation level talks with Argentinian President

India and Argentina pledged to jointly fight terrorism. After Holding bilateral meeting with Argentinian President Mauricio Macri, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that terrorism poses a great threat to mankind.


Saudi Crown Prince arrives in India amid row with Pakistan

NEW DELHI – Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has arrived in India after visiting Pakistan, which New Delhi blames for a suicide bombing attack last week that killed at least 40 Indian soldiers in disputed Kashmir.


India-Pakistan Tensions Threaten to Derail Saudi Prince’s Delhi Trip

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived in New Delhi on Tuesday, with his business mission under threat of being overshadowed by soaring tensions between India and Pakistan.


Saudi offers to assist India's terrorism fight

NEW DELHI -- Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Wednesday offered intelligence sharing and other cooperation with India in fighting extremism and terrorism, as New Delhi tackled rising tensions with Pakistan after a suicide bombing last week on Indian paramilitary soldiers in the disputed Kas


PM Narendra Modi pays last respects to martyred CRPF personnel

With his hands folded and head bowed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi walked around 40 coffins draped in tricolour on Friday evening as he led the nation in paying last respects to the CRPF personnel martyred in the Pulwama terror attack.


Crown Prince Hopes Saudi Investment in India Will Exceed $100 Bln

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, hailed on Wednesday ties between Saudi Arabia and India, signing numerous agreements during an official visit to New Delhi.


Modi says Pakistan will pay 'huge price' for Kashmir bombing

India's prime minister yesterday accused Pakistan of involvement in the suicide bombing that killed 44 paramilitary police in Kashmir on Thursday, and warned of a dire response.


Your Guide to India’s Upcoming General Election: QuickTake

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reason to feel less confident about the coming general election than he once might have. His popularity has suffered as a result of declining confidence in the economy -- something his government helped engineer via a chaotically implemented sales tax and the


India’s central bank finally toes the line, pays $4 billion advance to government

India’s central bank has decided to write an early cheque to the government to help prevent its budget shortfall from widening, even as it opens its coffers to fund pre-election sops.


Indian lawmakers summon Facebook officials over citizens' rights protection

An Indian parliamentary panel has summoned representatives of Facebook Inc, its messaging services WhatsApp and photo-sharing app Instagram to appear before it early next month and discuss how to safeguard citizens' rights on social media.


India says mastermind of Kashmir bombing killed in clash

SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - Indian forces on Monday killed three militants, including the suspected organizer of a suicide bombing in the disputed region of Kashmir that fueled tension between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan, police said, with five troops also killed in the clash.


Saudi Arabia, India Urge Greater Int’l Action to Counter Terrorism

The President of India throws a luncheon banquet in honor of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. (SPA) Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi underlined on Wednesday the need to counter terrorism and extremism.


Tensions are rising between India and Pakistan. But Washington doesn’t seem that bothered.

Last week, 40 paramilitary police officers were killed in a terrorist attack in Kashmir, a disputed Himalayan territory that both India and Pakistan claim in its entirety. The attack, the worst in the territory in decades, quickly spiraled into a major standoff between the two nuclear-armed rivals.


Fears abound that another India-Pakistan crisis could erupt after Kashmir attack

Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad claimed responsibility for Thursday's suicide attack in Indian-controlled Kashmir. The focus is now on how Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is campaigning for re-election this year, will respond.


Saudi Arabia to invest 100 billion dollars in India

In a joint press appearance after talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the crown prince, also known as MBS, said that terrorism was a common concern and Saudi Arabia was ready to share intelligence with India to tackle it.


India’s Trifecta of Failure

PATNA, INDIA – On January 7, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government suddenly announced that an additional 10% of school seats and government jobs would be set aside for the “economically weaker sections,” meaning the poor among the upper castes. This was on top of the already extensive quotas for