Shiv Sena likens BJP MLA Ram Kadam to Alauddin Khilji over anti-women remarks, questions BJP's silence on issue
The Shiv Sena sought to know why the ruling BJP, which is generally quick to label the opposition as anti-nationals if they raise its voice on issues concerning the country, was silent over Kadam's remarks.
68-year-old man, who threatened to shoot The Boston Globe staff 'in the head', charged by federal authorities
68-year-old Robert Chain made 14 calls to The Boston Globe including on 16 August — the day the press freedom editorials ran — threatening to shoot employees in the head.
US newspapers launch coordinated campaign of editorials rebuking Donald Trump's 'enemy of people' remarks
The Boston Globe organized the editorial push, which was joined by a number of other newspapers, including some in states that Donald Trump won during the 2016 presidential election.
Pakistan Election Results 2018: As Imran Khan looks set to take charge as PM, here's how Indian editorials analysed PTI's rise
Media outlets in India remain sceptical of Imran Khan, a day after his elevation to the post of Pakistan prime minister was all but confirmed.
Shiv Sena says Manohar Parrikar insulted Narendra Modi, party 'prays' for his defeat in Assembly bypoll
Accusing Manohar Parrikar of "insulting" Narendra Modi, NDA-ally Shiv Sena "prayed" for his defeat in the upcoming assembly bypoll which he is contesting.
CBI to The New York Times editorial on NDTV raids: India does not require lesson on freedom of press
The New York Times published a scathing piece on the NDTV raids. The editorial was not left unheard, as it received a letter to the editor from the CBI
The Pakistani parliament has worked out a mechanism to register marriages between Hindus in the country, a daily said Thursday, noting that while this is "good news" for the country, "we must remember that parliament has only done what it should have done decades ago".
Pakistan should use its extensive intelligence network to find out who were the Pakistani handlers of the attack on the IAF base in Pathankot and "keep India in the loop", a leading daily in Islamabad said on Sunday.
In a joint editorial in The Washington Post, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama said that the two countries want to move forward together for a better world. "Chalein Saath Saath," was key to bilateral ties they said.
For the first time, writing a joint editorial, the Indian Prime Minister and the American President said it was time to set a "new agenda" and with a reinvigorated level of ambition and greater confidence both the countries can go beyond modest and conventional goals.<br />
Their appetite for the inane whetted by the juicy fact that Obama had greeted the PM in Gujarati -- 'Kem Cho Mr Prime Minister?' -- the reporters kept asking for more, more, and more irrelevant detail.
After Modi’s rock star reception at Madison Square Garden on Sunday afternoon, word must have reached Obama loud and clear that Modi is viewed as a messiah of change in India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama will write a joint editorial in a leading journal