- Sep26By Age Correspondent
"Blood and water cannot flow together," prime minister Narendra Modi said on Monday as he met top officials to review a 56-year-old river water-sharing treaty with Pakistan.
By FC Political Bureau
“It seems that the Pakistani authorities, especially the army, have failed to take note of the changing political and strategic climate in India. The idealistic approach of yesteryear is
By Sridhar Kumaraswami
Lashing out at Pakistan at the UN General Assembly in New York on Monday over its support to terrorism, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said nations that aid, finance, arm,
- Sep21By Sanjay Basak
In the ongoing power tussle among the Yadav clan, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav sent a strong signal to his son and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav by
Using the historic Red Fort on India’s 70th Independence Day, prime minister Narendra Modi signalled a significant shift in India’s policy towards Pakistan on three key issues.
In an act
- Aug06By PTI
In a surprise decision, BJP state unit chief Vijay Rupani, a Amit Shah loyalist, was on Friday chosen as the new chief minister of Gujarat to succeed Anandiben Patel, pipping
For a political party, which sends 40 out of the 66 dalit MPs from reserved Lok Sabha seats, the BJP is on the back foot.
On Thursday, the second day
- Jul18By Press Trust of India
Charging Narendra Modi with "poisoning" the political atmosphere, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh has said it is unrealistic for the government to expect his party to cooperate and facilitate passage of the GST bill in the monsoon session of Parliament.
Prime minister Narendra Modi's push to woo the backward castes with the induction of 19 new ministers on Tuesday is a signal that at the end of the day, elections matter the most in politics.
The confrontation between the Central government and the ruling AAP in Delhi touched a new high on Monday with the arrest of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s principal secretary Rajendra
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