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France to take up climate issues with India

Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius will arrive here Thursday on an official visit during which he will discuss various international issues with a special focus on climate change with the Indian leadership.... ... 24Dunia, 1 month ago

Huge crowds a pointer to direction the wind is blowing: Modi

Addressing his last election rally in Delhi ahead of Saturday's assembly polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Wednesday the huge turnout was a clear indication of "the direction the wind is blowing" and appealed to voters to bring a stable BJP ...
 24Dunia1 month ago PM Modi to address rally in Ambedkar Nagar today  24Dunia1 month ago Modi lashes out at AAP, says India can forgive mistakes, but not fraudsters  24Dunia1 month ago

India-US nuclear deal still not final: White House

few more steps like finalizing the insurance pool elements remain, says Obama's senior director for South Asia AffairsA file photo of US President Barack Obama (right) and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photo: ReutersThe US has said that few ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

Priority is to establish global benchmark in governance, taxation: PM Modi

hosted dinner for the participants of Black Rock India Investor Summit and said his priority is to establish global benchmarks in areas like governance, transparency and taxation.... ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

School debate on Clean Jkhand in city

Students from various city schools participated in a debate organized by The Times of India in collaboration with Delhi Public School on Tuesday on the topic "Clean Jharkhand: is it completely government's responsibility?".The programme was ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

Unilever CEO, Intel president call on PM Modi

Multinational consumer goods company Unilever CEO Paul Polman and Intel Corporation president Renee James on Tuesday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital.... ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

The power game needs nimble diplomacy

Prime Minister Modi seems to be gradually ending India's strategic ambiguity, says former Indian diplomat K C Singh.nited States President Barack Obama's visit to India was unlike any previous presidential visit both due to the occasion -- his being ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

Modi`s unhealthy mindset is a matter of national concern: Congress

Narendra Modi's "unhealthy mindset is a matter of national concern", Congress on Tuesday said taking exception to the Prime Minister's projection that he alone has brought recognition to India the world over."The Prime Minister is making surprising ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

Telangana CM writes to PM Modi seeking more power and coal blocks

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to allocate power, coal and coal blocks to the State to meet its electricity shortage.to allocate power, coal and coal blocks to the State to meet its ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra to take part in PM-headed NITI Aayog meet

telep"The Governor has been invited to attend the first meeting of the Governing Council of the NITI Aayog at Delhi on February 8."N N Vohra will take part in the meeting of NITI Aayog headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, scheduled to be held in ...
 24Dunia1 month ago
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