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Narendra Modi's popularity wanes in India as first year nears end

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi: the leader of the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government has been unable to deliver on the many promises he made on the election trail, triggering widespread public disappointment. Photograph: ... Irish Times, 1 month ago
SHAH COUNTS MODI GOVTS SUCCESSES Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
India's Modi Takes Slow Road To Reform 4 Traders, 1 month ago

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Indian media's lack of Kashmir and Pakistan's geographical understanding

In the words of one very well-meaning Kashmiri journalist, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led New Delhi government and largely jingoist Indian electronic media have made anti-India resistance in restive Jammu and Kashmir much easier than before. ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago

Lalit Modi visa fallout continues to rattle BJP

Home News Article J Jul 01 2015 Wednesday, Jul 01, 2015 New Delhi: Former Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner Lalit Modi continues to fire salvos causing jitters to India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). An email leaked to the media on ...
 Zawya.com4 days ago

Crucial bypoll in Kerala's Aruvikkara tomorrow

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Some 184,000 voters in the Aruvikkara constituency in Kerala will cast verdict on the four-year old Congress party-led state government on Saturday. Candidates fielded by the Congress party (KS Sabarinadh), Communist Party of ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago
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'Yoga opponents should go to Pakistan,' says Sadhvi Prachi

Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Sadhvi Prachi on Tuesday kicked up another controversy with her remarks that those who are opposed to Yoga should go to Pakistan and that they have "no right" to stay in the country. The comments came by way of VHP response to All India Muslim Personal Law Board's opposition to yoga. The Sadhvi also did not spare Vice President Hamid Ansari, saying the main celebrations in Rajpath in New Delhi on the occasion of the World's First International Day of Yoga on Sunday ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Separatists must be shot in the c …

VISHVA Hindu Parishad international president Pravin Togadia on Monday sparked off a controversy by asserting that Kashmiri separatists and Islamic State sympathisers were " antisocial elements who should be shot in the chest". Togadia blamed the ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

Not a sprinkle, but a spread of saffron

ByManjari Katju The Hindutva agenda is moving forward, the voices of minorities are being marginalised and social hatred is being spread, but the political order continues to escape blame. At a time when Prime Minister ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Bihar polls will be a litmus test for Rahul

For all the energy that Rahul Gandhi has infused into the Congress, only an inveterate optimist will say that the latest phase in the party's politics marks a turning point. For the Congress to show that it is on the comeback trail, it has to win a ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago
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