Gautam Datt
Associate Editor
New Delhi
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Newsmaker: Unfriendly neighbours

Three years ago, Chinese president Xi Jinping took a leisurely stroll at the Sabarmati riverfront in Ahmedabad accompanied by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Fake news crosses the red line to manufacture anger When a BJP leader in Bengal was arrested on charges of spreading fake news and creating communal disharmony, it gave away the plan to manufacture public opinion.
No minister, you are *#@& wrong Fed on a heavy dose of nationalism, backed by the ruling dispensation, the troll monster seems have gone unruly as union home minister Rajnath Singh found out on Wednesday when he came under fire for
Cabinet panel takes up Cabinet panel takes up Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the cabinet committee on security meeting in the wake of attack on Amarnath pilgrims even as three terrorists were killed in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir and two
Amarnath bus was attacked twice, LeT hand suspected Amid raging questions about security lapses , he union home ministry has received a local CID report that two groups of terrorists opened fire at Amarnath pilgrims at two different locations.
India retaliates ceasefire violation in Poonch, two Pak soldiers killed The LoC witnessed intense firing on Saturday as the Indian army destroyed bunkers across the de-facto border.
Modi’s game of thrones after August 15 A major cabinet rejig is in the offing after August 15 (presumably on August 18), when prime minister Narendra Modi is likely to make key changes in his cabinet to align it with mid-term course correc
Atmosphere not right for Xi-Modi meet, says Beijing The cold vibes between the Indian army and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in Sikkim shot down prospects of a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 sum
China envoy says Doklam stand-off grave; onus on India to end crisis Concerns over the ongoing stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops near Sikkim have given way to warnings and threats.
Stage set for historic visit Beyond the expected red carpet rollout and the historic symbolism of Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel this week, the first-ever by an Indian prime minister, it is a tectonic shift in India’s foreign po