Social activist Anna Hazare today said he will once again launch a fresh agitation against the Narendra Modi government on the Lokpal issue
Walking down memory lane, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today recalled his days as a young NCC cadet, saying his stint there taught him a lot, including values such as patriotism and way of life
A day after row erupted over a Republic Day advertisement of Information and Broadcasting Ministry, the Shiv Sena today demanded "permanent deletion" of the words 'secular' and 'socialist' from the Constitution
At a rally yesterday, the Congress leader said that if the PM could give Smriti Irani a plum posting and make Anandiben Patel Gujarat CM, he should have no problem giving his estranged wife her due
India and the US saw the forging of a closer partnership, helped in great measure by the personal and visible bonding between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama, as the two sides elevated their ties with a new 'Declaration of Friendship' and also managed to pull off a "breakthrough" agreement on their stalled civil nuclear deal
It was history being made on radio. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama addressed a joint “Mann ki Baat” programme on radio, talking about their humble origins, and their inspirations
India-US business links were set for a quantum jump with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's assurance of "consistent policies" and "welcoming environment" leading to US President Barack Obama announcing steps to lead to $4 billion trade with and investment in India
"Sisters and brothers of India", is how US President Barack Obama addressed a town hall style gathering in Delhi, stressing that the ties between the two countries can be the "defining partnership of the century"
Google paid tribute to India's 66th Republic Day with a special doodle done up as a tableau, showcasing the stretch of the ceremonial boulevard from Raisina Hill to India Gate, the centrepiece of the traditional parade
Multi-hued images of India's rich cultural diversity and military might unfolded at the 66th Republic Day parade which had US President Barack Obama as the Chief Guest for the first time
Republic Day parade chief guest, US President Barack Obama, Monday arrived at Rajpath in his official vehicle The Beast, in a departure from tradition
The national capital was today wrapped in unprecedented security blanket for the 66th Republic Day celebrations which was graced by US President Barack Obama as the Chief Guest
The US media Sunday reported with a degree of scepticism about President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi claiming a "breakthrough" on the stalled nuclear deal and progress on climate change issues.
US President Barack Obama yesterday made a special mention of ‘chai pe charcha’, a reference to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pet theme to connect with voters during the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
The two sides resolved key hurdles pertaining to the liability of suppliers of nuclear reactors in the event of an accident, and tracking of fuel supplied by the US and other countries
US President Barack Obama Sunday said he and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared notes on how much sleep they get, and revealed that "Modi gets lesser sleep"
Following is the chronology of events in the India-US civil nuclear agreement since it was conceived by then Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh and then US president George W Bush in July 2005.July 18, 2005: Bush and Singh first announce their intention to enter into a civil nuclear agreement in Washington
Talking glowingly about his "good friendship" with US President Barack Obama and how it had brought the people of India and US closer, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed him by his first name "Barack" more than once while Obama, in response, was less informal and addressed him as "Modi" or "prime minister"
Describing terrorism as a "principal global threat", Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday said there should be no distinction between terrorist groups and each country must fulfil its commitments to eliminate "terror safe havens"
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama had a private tete-e-tete over tea at Hyderabad House, the state guest house, that led the latter to invoke the 'chai pe charcha' (chat over tea) concept that Modi made a winning campaign strategy before the April-May 2014 general election that he won with a stunning majority to come to power.