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Why West is never tired of invoking democracy, but remains silent on rising anti-India forces on its soil
Opinion

Why West is never tired of invoking democracy, but remains silent on rising anti-India forces on its soil

The solution to the international Khalistani problem, now witnessing a rapid resurgence within Indian borders, is to stem the flow of foreign funds and propaganda with the assistance of fellow democracies

Explained: Why did India ban wheat exports and how does it affect global food security?
India

Explained: Why did India ban wheat exports and how does it affect global food security?

India has banned wheat exports, sending bushel prices to record highs. The move has drawn criticism from G7 countries, worried about protectionism as inflation soars in the wake of the Ukraine war

In Your Face | Conversion is a primary reason for religious discord in India, must be stopped immediately
Opinion

In Your Face | Conversion is a primary reason for religious discord in India, must be stopped immediately

We need to realise that religion is a map that helps bring us to the door of spirituality; we can either open the door or wander aimlessly looking for God

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"Blaming India Won't Solve...": Chinese Media On G7 Criticism Over Wheat

The Indian government last week amended the export policy of wheat by putting its export under the "prohibited" category

'Happy to be among the wonderful people of Nepal', says Narendra Modi as he arrives in Lumbini; to hold talks with counterpart Sher Bahadur Deuba
India

'Happy to be among the wonderful people of Nepal', says Narendra Modi as he arrives in Lumbini; to hold talks with counterpart Sher Bahadur Deuba

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is in Nepal at the invitation of Sher Bahadur Deuba, is paying a day-long visit to Lumbini on the occasion of Buddha Purnima

President Ram Nath Kovind arrives in Jamaica, to hold talks with Governor-General Patrick Allen and Prime Minister Andrew Holness
World

President Ram Nath Kovind arrives in Jamaica, to hold talks with Governor-General Patrick Allen and Prime Minister Andrew Holness

During the visit, the President will hold delegation-level talks with Governor-General Allen and address the Joint Sitting of the two Houses of the Jamaican Parliament

Delhi burns at 49 degrees Celsius; people advised not to venture out unless necessary
India

Delhi burns at 49 degrees Celsius; people advised not to venture out unless necessary

While Delhi's Mungeshpur station recorded a temperature of 49.2 degrees, Najafgarh recorded 49.1 degrees Celsius

RSS and North East: Fighting Church and extremist Islamist groups to put in place the India narrative
Opinion

RSS and North East: Fighting Church and extremist Islamist groups to put in place the India narrative

The people of the region want to join the national mainstream. Last year, there was only one group on dharna in Guwahati demanding statehood, while there used to be 8-10 such groups during every Assembly session

India logs 2,487 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours, active cases dip to 17,692, according to health ministry data
India

India logs 2,487 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours, active cases dip to 17,692, according to health ministry data

The daily positivity rate was recorded at 0.61 per cent and the weekly positivity rate at 0.62 per cent, according to the ministry

G-7 nations criticise India for banning wheat exports amid supply shortages, soaring prices
World

G-7 nations criticise India for banning wheat exports amid supply shortages, soaring prices

India banned wheat exports on Saturday as part of measures to control rising domestic prices

Thomas Cup 2022: India's dream run —A triumph of team spirit and hunger to make every opportunity count
Sports

Thomas Cup 2022: India's dream run —A triumph of team spirit and hunger to make every opportunity count

Dynamics of team events in individual sports like badminton are extremely different and the Indian team showed that they know how to rise to the occasion

Wheat export ban will help in crushing attempts to hoard Indian wheat for price manipulation in global markets, say sources
India

Wheat export ban will help in crushing attempts to hoard Indian wheat for price manipulation in global markets, say sources

India has banned wheat exports with immediate effect as part of measures to control rising domestic prices, according to an official notification

Restriction on agricultural exports are an 'indirect tax' on farmers, says Bharat Krishak Samaj
India

Restriction on agricultural exports are an 'indirect tax' on farmers, says Bharat Krishak Samaj

India has banned wheat exports with immediate effect as part of measures to control rising domestic prices, according to an official notification

All religions lead to same destination, says Yogi Adityanath; urges people to follow 'dharma'
India

All religions lead to same destination, says Yogi Adityanath; urges people to follow 'dharma'

'Today India is firmly moving ahead in the world under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,' Adityanath said

India's first 'Amrit Sarovar' inaugurated in Rampur, Uttar Pradesh
India

India's first 'Amrit Sarovar' inaugurated in Rampur, Uttar Pradesh

PM Modi had given a call for every district to have 75 ponds (Amrit Sarovar) during the 75th anniversary of India's independence, described as 'Azadi Ka Amrit Kaal'

Delhi, Mumbai will be 5°C warmer in 2080-99 period, says Greenpeace India
India

Delhi, Mumbai will be 5°C warmer in 2080-99 period, says Greenpeace India

Such a drastic and rapid increase in temperature will mean India will experience prolonged heatwaves, extreme weathers, increased hospitalisations and irreparable damage to agriculture and wildlife

Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka denies stopping issuance of visas
India

Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka denies stopping issuance of visas

The High Commission said it was striving to return to its normal functioning soon.

Sri Lanka's new prime minister says he looks forward to closer ties with India during his term
World

Sri Lanka's new prime minister says he looks forward to closer ties with India during his term

Ranil Wickremesinghe was sworn-in as Sri Lanka's 26th prime minister on 12 May to stabilise the country's debt-ridden economy and end the political turmoil

US remains in close touch with India on standing up against Russian aggression, says White House
World

US remains in close touch with India on standing up against Russian aggression, says White House

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that the US continue to encourage countries to speak about Russian aggression that means implementing and abiding by sanctions that have been put in place

Israel to shape up 75 villages of excellence in India to mark 75 years of country's Independence
World

Israel to shape up 75 villages of excellence in India to mark 75 years of country's Independence

Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said it has been decided that 75 villages of excellence will be shaped up with Israeli collaboration and another 75 to follow thereafter