• 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.

  • Power for bandwidth

    Dhaka and New Delhi yesterday officially inaugurated the supply of 10GBps broadband internet from Bangladesh to India and 100MW power from India to Bangladesh, in yet another move towards stronger ties.

  • India govt declassify 100 files of Netaji

    On the 119th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi put in the public domain, for the first time, 100 files on the freedom fighter that had remained classified so far.

  • Modi has clear vision for India, Obama feels: White House

    US President Barack Obama has found a politician who is honest and has a clear vision for India in PM Narendra Modi, with whom he has held meetings on several occasions, says The White House according to Times of India.

  • Indian PM Modi due to arrive in UK for 3-day visit

    India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is due to arrive in the UK later for a three-day visit as a guest of his British counterpart, David Cameron.

  • BJP warns leaders over beef remarks

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is "angry" with party leaders who made incendiary statements in the aftermath of the Dadri killing over beef rumours.

  • India’s most polarizing animal

    This is not the first time the cow has become mixed up with politics. Conflicts over cow slaughter sparked religious riots in India.

  • The hardliners behind Modi

    An ascendant Hindu nationalist group wants minority Muslims and Christians to accept that India is a nation of Hindus, and is pushing some of them to convert.

  • Google to set up Wi-Fi in 400 Indian railway stations

    Google is to provide high-speed public Wi-Fi in 400 Indian railway stations that carry millions of passengers every day.

  • Let's take nation to 'new heights: Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi announces a new campaign 'Start-up India, Stand up India' to promote bank financing for start-ups as he focussed his Independence Day address on promotion of entrepreneurship, farmers welfare and tackling corruption and communalism.

  • Will peace deal with Naga rebels work?

    On Monday India's government signed a "historic" peace deal with a leading Naga separatist group, bringing an end to one of the country's oldest insurgencies. Subir Bhaumik on whether the accord will bring peace to the country's restive north-east.

  • Modi app brings humour and praise on Twitter

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new app has been greeted with excitement and humour on Twitter.

  • Modi's Bangladesh visit

    MODI'S VISIT TO BANGLADESH: Hope for faster resolutions

    ON May 6 and 7, in both the houses of parliament, the Indian government passed the historic constitution amendment bill (119th) paving the way to the implementation of the 1974 Indira-Mujib Land Boundary Agreement and its 2011 Protocol.

  • PM describes land bill passage as milestone in Bangladesh-India ties

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says a milestone will be created in the friendly relations between Bangladesh and Indian with the passage of Land Boundary Agreement bill in Indian parliament.

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