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  • Comedy group charged by Mumbai police for Modi meme

    Comedy group AIB has been accused of posting offensive content on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a complaint filed by the Mumbai police.

  • Modi's Trump card

    President Donald Trump in a joint statement with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, following their first meeting at the White House, made terrorism the cornerstone of mutual cooperation between the two countries. The statement went beyond the usual American position and while criticising Pakistan it also echoed Indian concerns regarding the Chinese-led Belt and Road Initiative.

  • Maximum Modi, maximum opportunity

    The description “tectonic shift” was first used for election results by Union Cabinet minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. It has since gathered currency among pundits and partisans.

  • From CR7 to Modi

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a special gift, a Portugal football team jersey personally signed by one of the world's greatest sporting icons and Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo

  • Modi's surgical strike on black money

    Cash is king in India, or at least it was. In one single sweep Narendra Modi just scrapped two high-value bank notes in the Indian economy in an all-out war to flush out black money, fight tax evasion and eradicate counterfeit notes that were being used by terrorists.

  • ‘Is your rally more important than my school?’

    A class VIII student has written an emotional letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after he was faced with the prospect of missing classes as his school bus was being acquired for the PM’s rally in Alirajpur district on Tuesday.

  • India may grant citizenship to Hindus from Bangladesh soon

    The home ministry of India is ready with draft amendments to citizenship law that will exempt minority citizens of Bangladesh and Pakistan who had gone to that country out of fear of religious prosecution from being tagged as "illegal migrants".

  • Modi wishes best for Nawaz’s surgery

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended “best wishes” to his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif who will undergo an open-heart surgery.

  • Modi's two years in power a 'mixed bag'

    Indian media says Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two years in power have been a mixed bag.

  • BJP releases PM Modi's degrees, AAP calls those ‘fake’

    After days of Arvind Kejriwal relentlessly accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of lying about his education, the ruling BJP releases his college degrees and fielded its top leaders, Amit Shah and Arun Jaitley, in its fightback, reports NDTV.