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  • India citizenship law

    Citizenship law not ‘anti-Muslim’: Modi

    Following days of violent, sometimes deadly protests across India against a new citizenship law critics say discriminates against Muslims, Prime Minister Narendra Modi lead a rally for his Hindu nationalist party in the capital.

  • Modi wins Indian election in landslide

    Riding on the crest of an unprecedented Modi surge across most parts of India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party storms back to power to rule India for five more years with a historic mandate in parliamentary elections that saw a saffron sweep bigger than the party got five years ago.

  • Bangladeshi girl tweets Modi over banned rupees

    A rescued Bangladeshi girl tweets to India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking help to convert Rs 10,000 in old notes those she saved in three years.

  • South Asian Satellite to be launched May 5: Modi

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announces that the South Asian Satellite will be launched on May 5 to help address the region’s economic and developmental priorities.

  • World leaders condemn Nice attack

    World leaders express dismay, sadness and solidarity with France over Nice attack that killed at least 80 people.

  • India to give Bangladeshi minorities right to buy property

    Indian government approves a number of facilities including permission to purchase land for its residents from Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Pakistan who are living in India on Long Term Visa (LTV).

  • Why is Mark Zuckerberg angry?

    Mark Zuckerberg is feeling the force of critics who believe his effort to provide Indians with free access to a limited number of internet services hurts India's democracy and violates net neutrality.

  • BJP thrashed in Bihar

    The Grand Alliance called Mahagatbandhan of three parties led by Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav humiliated the BJP-led NDA in the Bihar...

  • Has Modi's magic waned?

    Whether or not the Narendra Modi magic has waned or whether the strategy of campaigning has been faulty, the fact remains that the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) has been routed in Bihar.

  • Reservations sans development

    Leaders of different communities had so much confidence in the fairness of the country, when it won freedom, that none of them wanted reservations.

  • High-speed mobile puts Africa and India on fast track

    The roll-out of high-speed mobile connectivity in Africa and India is demonstrating yet again how emerging economies can leapfrog traditional developmental stages to accelerate their economic growth.

  • 5 things Indians want Modi to ask Zuckerberg

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's impending visit to Facebook headquarters has generated massive buzz in India.

  • Modi for joint disaster management exercise in South Asia

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi suggests a joint exercise by the disaster management forces of South Asian countries for a joint response to natural calamities as he held talks with visiting Bangladesh Premier Sheikh Hasina.

  • India signs peace accord with Naga rebels

    India's government signs a peace deal with a leading Naga separatist group, bringing to an end one of the country's oldest insurgencies.

  • Making the right moves

    The India-Pakistan summit at Ufa is aimed at a long-term engagement as Modi has accepted Sharif's invitation to attend the next SAARC summit in Pakistan, scheduled for next year.

  • Modi hands liberation war honour to Vajpayee family

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hands over Bangladesh Liberation War Honour to the family members of ailing former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

  • Stop use of Awami League slogan

    BNP blames govt for Teesta failure

    BNP blames Awami League-led government for failing to ink the deal on sharing of Teesta river water with India.

  • India has achieved its strategic aim – have we?

    A very wise man had said, “To say nothing, especially when speaking, is half the art of diplomacy.”

  • Modi's action-packed visit ends

    Indian PM Narendra Modi must have left Dhaka a satisfied man achieving demonstrative success in clinching the deals with Bangladesh that India had been striving for.

  • Enthralling Modi, Enthusiastic Bangladesh

    Bangladeshis are always interested about India. Geographical proximity, historical affinity and cultural likeness tie the two countries in many ways.

  • Indian war veteran’s letter to Modi, Hasina

    Brig RP Singh, VSM (retd), an Indian war veteran who participated in the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh, has written an open letter to the prime ministers of India and Bangladesh.