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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Gogoi slams Modi government, calls it ‘intolerant’

New Delhi: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Friday slammed what he called an intolerant central government and also came down heavily on union...

US to send military advisers to Syria to help fight Islamic State

Washington: The White House on Friday confirmed that the United States will send less than 50 Special Operations troops to northern Syria to act...

Modi holds bilateral meetings with 41 visiting African leaders

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for India and Egypt to work together on reforms to UN Security Council. Also, cooperation in counter-terrorism,...

India China rivalry shifts to Africa

By Harshmeet Singh One can’t help but think of a possible ‘Chinese angle’ behind India’s offer of a $10 billion credit to the African nations....

PM Modi may lose India in desperation to win Bihar polls: Nitish Kumar

"Astonished at Modiji’s brazen use of divisive language. In his desperation to win the losing battle of Bihar, I'm afraid he might lose India,"Kumar tweeted

EC bars two BJP newspaper ads after Grand Alliance’s complaint

The Grand Alliance alleged that the BJP was "promoting lies, false propaganda and communal tension" through advertisements in the ongoing Bihar elections.

Ban on websites with jokes on Sikhs likely as SC hears plea

"All jokes related to Sikhs should be stopped. My children are humiliated and they don't want to suffix Singh with their name," the petitioner argued.

‘India becoming fascist state’: Filmmaker Anand Patwardhan on #AwardWapsi

"I am not saying we are already a fascist state. I am saying that the early warning signs are unmistakable," Anand Patwardhan remarks.

Online education gaining pace for easy and flexible learning in India

By NewsGram Staff Writer With better Internet bandwidths, the distribution of education would ease out and would change traditional modes of education by providing virtual...

Diwali to be celebrated by Indian students of US varsity

New York: The Indian Student Association of Ohio University will host Diwali celebrations on Sunday featuring traditional dances and Bollywood music at the Baker...

Key highlights of India-Africa Forum Summit

Reforms in UN Security Council, climate change, terrorism and trade were among the major issues discussed in the four-day India-Africa Forum Summit.

Kerala CM refutes removal of minister involved in bar scam case

Thrissur: A special vigilance court on Thursday quashed a clean chit given to state Finance Minister K.M. Mani by the vigilance department to Mani...

India may lose credibility if PM Modi fails to rein in BJP members: Moody’s

Moody's said controversial comments from various party members amid the raging beef controversy is not helping the government.

Mumbai man to be hanged for raping, killing Andhra girl

Mumbai: "In a rarest of rare case" a Mumbai women's court on Friday sentenced to death a 29-year-old man found guilty of robbing, raping, burning...

Ministers capable of ‘silencing’ obstructionist activists: Nitin Gadkari

"We ministers are capable of silencing them. If such people come to us we will throw them out," Gadkari said.

Odisha wants its Buddhist circuit in tourism scheme

Bhubaneswar: A recommendation to include the Buddhist circuit of Odisha in the Swadesh Darshan scheme announced by the union ministry of tourism was made by...

Congress questions AAP, BJP on Chautala parole issue

New Delhi: Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung on Wednesday rejected  Om Prakash Chautala's parole plea for medical treatment. Congress questioned BJP and Aam Aadmi Party on parole plea...

Setback for Kejriwal govt, Delhi HC rules against CAG audit of discoms

The Delhi HC allowed the pleas of three city discoms challenging the government's decision to have their accounts audited by the CAG.

PM Modi to have lunch with Queen Elizabeth II during maiden UK visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his maiden visit to the UK next month will have lunch with Queen Elizabeth II besides addressing the Indian diaspora.

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