"India will always work closely with our valued partners": PM Modi thanks foreign dignitaries who joined his oath taking ceremony

"India will always work closely with our valued partners": PM Modi thanks foreign dignitaries who joined his oath taking ceremony

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed gratitude to foreign dignitaries for their participation in his oath-taking ceremony, reaffirming India's commitment to its ' Neighbourhood First' policy.
Asia's economic boom: India's 7.2 pc growth projection sets pace in outperforming US and Europe

Asia's economic boom: India's 7.2 pc growth projection sets pace in outperforming US and Europe

Asian earnings growth is forecasted to outpace that of the US and Europe for both this year and the next, according to a recent analysis by CLSA quoting Bloomberg's projections.
What, Not Climate Change, Impacts Wheat Crop Production in Pakistan

What, Not Climate Change, Impacts Wheat Crop Production in Pakistan

The food grain crisis in Pakistan is not a result of climate change, but rather greed and corruption that are turning Punjab from a ‘bread basket’ to an impoverished region.
Germany congratulates Indians on successfully conducting “world’s largest democratic elections”

Germany congratulates Indians on successfully conducting “world’s largest democratic elections”

The German Foreign Office has congratulated Indians for successfully conducting the “world’s largest democratic elections.” It said that Germany is looking forward to working with India’s new government and taking cooperation to the next level.
Indian Students in Canada Protest Immigration Rule Changes, Threaten Hunger Strike

Indian Students in Canada Protest Immigration Rule Changes, Threaten Hunger Strike

Hundreds of Indian students in Prince Edward Island (PEI) are facing imminent deportation following a sudden change in provincial immigration rules. The students, who have been protesting the changes, have threatened to go on a hunger strike if their demands are not met.
"A crucial thing he's getting right is good governance": UK-based think tank's founder lauds PM Modi's leadership

"A crucial thing he's getting right is good governance": UK-based think tank's founder lauds PM Modi's leadership

London [UK], May 19 (ANI): At a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is running for re-election, Global Britain Centre founding chairman Amandeep Bhogal has come out in strong support of the Indian leader, and said that he has not only reduced corruption during his tenure but the crucial thing that he's getting right is good governance.
India-Iran sign 10-year contract over Chabahar Port operation

India-Iran sign 10-year contract over Chabahar Port operation

India on Monday inked a contract with Iran to develop and operate strategically important Chabahar Port for 10 years.
Echoes of Gang Warfare in Canada? RCMP Makes Arrest in Connection with Nijjar’s Killing

Echoes of Gang Warfare in Canada? RCMP Makes Arrest in Connection with Nijjar’s Killing

RCMP in a statement mentioned an arrest resulting from the investigation into the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a known Khalistan extremist. According to media reports, three men, identified as Karanpreet Singh, Kamalpreet Singh, and Karan Brar—all of Indian origin—have been arrested and charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in connection with Nijjar’s death.
China’s property crisis leaves trail of ghost cities in Malaysia and Cambodia

China’s property crisis leaves trail of ghost cities in Malaysia and Cambodia

Malaysia’s Forest City and Cambodia’s Sihanoukville have suffered immensely from China’s property sector crisis. From the half-finished structures of Forest City in Johor, Malaysia, to the desolate shores of Sihanoukville, Cambodia, the narrative of China's real estate giants reflects unbridled ambition and dire consequences. Both locales are now labeled as ghost cities.
Double Standards: Unmasking Western Media’s Bias Against India

Double Standards: Unmasking Western Media’s Bias Against India

The recent slew of reports by American media outlets, notably the Washington Post and The Guardian, concerning alleged actions of the Indian government, has underscored a troubling trend in international journalism. With an “exclusive” report on an assassination plot on American soil purportedly linked to India during its national elections, questions arise not just about the timing of such revelations but also about the inherent biases they may reflect.
China in Asia: Presence of a loan shark among the developing world

China in Asia: Presence of a loan shark among the developing world

Chinese investments disguised under the veil of lender of last resort has proved to be detrimental for the whole of Asia if not specific sub-regions within the continent, according to the Hongkongpost.
Economic hardship for Citizens and businesses alike in China

Economic hardship for Citizens and businesses alike in China

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has recently implemented a nationwide campaign to promote financial discipline and frugality across all levels of government.
The decay within China’s economy and the prospect for India’s emerging economic story

The decay within China’s economy and the prospect for India’s emerging economic story

Investors around the world are beginning to grow anxious given their large investments in China’s decaying economy.
PM Modi congratulates Shehbaz Sharif on being sworn-in as Pakistan's PM

PM Modi congratulates Shehbaz Sharif on being sworn-in as Pakistan's PM

PM Modi extended wishes after Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Shehbaz Sharif was sworn in as the 24th Prime Minister of Pakistan on Monday.
India’s expanding diplomatic footprint in a fast paced and rapidly shifting international environment

India’s expanding diplomatic footprint in a fast paced and rapidly shifting international environment

The 2024 Global Diplomacy Index released by the Australia-based Lowy Institute on 25 February brought out that India, which has “historically underinvested in the size of its diplomatic network relative to its demographic and economic weight”, had evolved to now become among the fastest growing diplomatic networks in the world
"A new page in history": PM Jugnauth hails Mauritius-India Special Partnership after inauguration of projects

"A new page in history": PM Jugnauth hails Mauritius-India Special Partnership after inauguration of projects

In a virtual address at the inauguration of multiple development projects commissioned with assistance from all-weather ally Inda, Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth on Thursday said the event marks a new chapter in the relationship between the two countries, reflecting the mutual commitment to shared development goals while upholding sovereignty and territorial integrity.
The multi-sectoral development program of the Union Ministry of Minority Affairs is changing the destiny of Muslims

The multi-sectoral development program of the Union Ministry of Minority Affairs is changing the destiny of Muslims

These 90 districts were classified as MCD in 2008. It is a regional developmental initiative to remove the developmental deficiencies of minority concentrated areas by building and developing social infrastructure and providing basic amenities.
Pakistani and Iranian Crew Thank Indian Navy for Saving Them from Somali Pirates

Pakistani and Iranian Crew Thank Indian Navy for Saving Them from Somali Pirates

Pakistani and Iranian crew have thanked the Indian Navy for saving them from Somali pirates in recent days. The Indian Navy has released video of the anti-piracy operation and how they saved the crew members and captured the hijackers.
Sino-Japanese Relations Continue to Deteriorate Amid Increasing Tension

Sino-Japanese Relations Continue to Deteriorate Amid Increasing Tension

Japanese people’s sentiments toward China worsened in 2023 and they are expected to deteriorate further as the tension between the two countries is expected to rise. Beijing’s latest decision to patrol the Senkaku Islands around the clock is going to add to the already strained relations. Both countries witnessed friction on a few issues in 2023. Now, the tension is set to escalate further as Japan has started taking measures to counter Chinese aggression and coercion.
GDP Advance Estimates Beat Expectations

GDP Advance Estimates Beat Expectations

The National Statistics Office (NSO) has been releasing the advance estimates of the national income for the fiscal year since 2016–17. These projections play a crucial role in the formulation of the budget for the upcoming fiscal year, along with the projections for the first half of the year.
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