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Narendra Modi agrees to write to Barack Obama on Diwali stamp
Deccan Chronicle

Narendra Modi agrees to write to Barack Obama on Diwali stamp

New York : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has agreed to a request to write to US President Barack Obama on issuing of postage stamp on Diwali by the US Postal service, an individual behind the years long campaign has said. The request in this regard ... Deccan Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
Modi to write to Obama on Diwali stamp The Statesman, 2 weeks ago
DNA India

PM Modi's foreign trips cost over Rs 37 crore in one year, RTI reveals

RTI was filed by retired commissioner Lokesh Batra. PM Modi, who is often accused of 'Selfie Diplomacy', was overseas for 53 of 365 days. File Photo PTI photo According to documents accessed under RTIact, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ...
 DNA India1 month ago PM Modi's foreign trips cost Rs 37 crore in a year  India TV1 month ago

Narendra Modi injects market medicine into state banks along with funds

Mumbai: This year's injection of government funds into Indian state-run banks plagued by bad loans comes with a heavy dose of market medicine. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration will set up a holding company to improve governance of ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
Siasat Daily

Woman killed by in-laws for dowry

Faridabad: A woman was found dead in the city in what is being suspected to be a case of murder for want of dowry, police said today. According to a complaint filed by Narendra Tiwari, a resident of village Sehatpur Faridabad, his daughter Nidhi ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago
Times of India

Hockey India League auction: How the teams bid

The third edition of the Hockey India League auction saw young Indian players in demand and for players like Akashdeep Singh, Gurmail Singh and Mandeep Singh, franchises went for broke. However, it was the Germans who lead the list of foreign ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago HIL auctions: How the teams bid  Times of India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Choosing the best kitchen

The present-day women choose their kitchens according to their own likes and conveniences, rather than picking what is trending in the market spaces Interior design is the wishful thinking for a beautiful living. People spend more than half of our ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Times of India

First Indian woman operative of ISIS deported from Dubai; she was online recruiter of terror group

In what has alarmed Indian intelligence and security agencies, the first Indian woman operative of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has been deported from Dubai. Top government sources said that the woman operative of ISIS identified as Afsha Jabeen, who also has an alias Nicole Joseph, is an online recruiter for the Islamic State. Jabeen was deported from Dubai with the help of intelligence agencies on Thursday night along with her husband - identified as Devender Batra ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago First Indian woman 'operative of ISIS' deported from Dubai; she was 'online recruiter' of terror group  Times of India4 weeks ago 1st Indian woman 'operative of ISIS' deported  Times of India4 weeks ago
New America Media

Speak Up, Prime Minister Modi

India Currents , News Analysis, , Posted: Sep 09, 2015 Indian voters handed a huge mandate to the BJP-led NDA (National Democratic Alliance) coalition in 2014, reducing the ruling Congress-led UPA (United Progressive Alliance) to near ...
 New America Media1 month ago

Wendy Doniger all over again: Hindutva forces targeting ...

Raskhan, Taj and Maulana Hasrat Mohani are some of great Muslim poets whose verses on Lord Krishna are as powerful an expression of love and devotion as Mira and Surdas. More recently, a Christian Jesuit father Kamil Bulke was known as a scholar on ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
Siasat Daily

Scholars, activists flay government for Saffronisation drive, call it dangerous trend

New Delhi: Eminent scholars, academics, artists, writers and activists have condemned the saffronisation drive, assault on Reason, and the re-writing of History. They called it dangerous trend that reflects a serious erosion of overall democratic ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago
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