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CAA didn't figure in Trump-Modi talks, religious harmony discussed in positive way, says Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla
World

CAA didn't figure in Trump-Modi talks, religious harmony discussed in positive way, says Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla

The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) did not come up for discussion between visiting US president Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said on Tuesday, noting that the two leaders talked about religious harmony in a "positive way"

Donald Trump wraps up glitzy two-day visit without any concrete outcome; remains non-committal on trade deal, Pakistan-backed terrorism
India

Donald Trump wraps up glitzy two-day visit without any concrete outcome; remains non-committal on trade deal, Pakistan-backed terrorism

US President Donald Trump addressed the media in New Delhi during his two-day India visit, but remained non-committal and incoherent on several issues concerning India, while he also used the opportunity to veer into domestic politics where he faces election in a few months

Narendra Modi says India and US to start negotiations for 'big trade deal', lauds Donald Trump's 'invaluable' contribution in improving ties
World

Narendra Modi says India and US to start negotiations for 'big trade deal', lauds Donald Trump's 'invaluable' contribution in improving ties

Describing India-US relations as 'one of the most important partnerships' of the 21st Century, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said increasing the bilateral defence and security cooperation is a very key aspect of this relationship

Donald Trump India Visit Latest Updates: Modi believes in religious freedom, says POTUS; refuses to comment on CAA, skirts question on Pakistan-backed terrorism
India

Donald Trump India Visit Latest Updates: Modi believes in religious freedom, says POTUS; refuses to comment on CAA, skirts question on Pakistan-backed terrorism

Donald Trump India Visit LIVE Updates: Donald Trump refused to comment on the Citizenship Amendment Act calling it India's internal matter. He said there are 200 Muslims in India and the Indian prime minister and he spoke at length about religious freedom and I hope they can deal with it. It is really up to India.

'India pours on pageantry' but trade deal remains elusive: How US media covered Donald Trump's maiden visit
World

'India pours on pageantry' but trade deal remains elusive: How US media covered Donald Trump's maiden visit

While Indian newspapers focused on the minutest of details from hand gestures to the delicacies served to the Trumps, the US media obsessed over their president's eating habits and the pomp and show surrounding the carefully crafted photo-ops

India, US sign defence deals worth $3 billion; Donald Trump says Washington keen on having 'comprehensive trade deal' with New Delhi
India

India, US sign defence deals worth $3 billion; Donald Trump says Washington keen on having 'comprehensive trade deal' with New Delhi

India and the US on Tuesday finalised defence deals worth 3 billion dollars, and signed three MoUs, including one in the energy sector, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted that the two countries have decided to take Indo-US ties to comprehensive global partnership level.

After Ahmedabad event, Donald Trump set for talks on trade, arms deals today amid difference over proposed tariffs by India
Business

After Ahmedabad event, Donald Trump set for talks on trade, arms deals today amid difference over proposed tariffs by India

After a rousing reception, US President Donald Trump will sit down with Indian leaders on Tuesday for talks on arms sales and festering trade disputes that have strained ties in recent months.

Onion prices touch Rs 150 per kg in Hyderabad; citizens demand government reduce rates amid price hike
India

Onion prices touch Rs 150 per kg in Hyderabad; citizens demand government reduce rates amid price hike

Poor and middle-class people in Hyderabad city are having a tough time managing their kitchen supplies as the onion prices have touched Rs 150 kg in the city

No oil spillage from 3000-tonne unmanned tanker off Goan coast carrying naphtha, says state govt; expert team constituted ‘to plan remedial action’
India

No oil spillage from 3000-tonne unmanned tanker off Goan coast carrying naphtha, says state govt; expert team constituted ‘to plan remedial action’

The Goa government on Saturday said they have sought the help of experts from Pune and Mumbai to control any possible tragedy emerging due to a tanker carrying naphtha getting grounded off the Goa coast.

Lok Sabha election 2019: Top BJP, Congress brass among newly-released star campaigners' list for Bihar, Maharashtra
Politics

Lok Sabha election 2019: Top BJP, Congress brass among newly-released star campaigners' list for Bihar, Maharashtra

The lists of star campaigners released on Tuesday by the BJP and Congress point to a show of strength by the parties in Bihar and Maharashtra respectively

Delhi shelter home inmates abused by staff with chilli powder in private parts, says DCW; 4 female employees arrested
India

Delhi shelter home inmates abused by staff with chilli powder in private parts, says DCW; 4 female employees arrested

An FIR was registered and four women employees of the Delhi shelter home — a welfare officer, an in-charge and two house mothers — were arrested. They have been sent to judicial custody and an investigation is underway, the police said.

Iraq: Six killed, several injured in multiple explosions in Baghdad's Shia-majority districts
World

Iraq: Six killed, several injured in multiple explosions in Baghdad's Shia-majority districts

In the eastern district of Sadr City, two people were killed and four wounded in two explosions in the conservative Shiite neighbourhood. And two other blasts went off on busses in other parts of Baghdad's northeast, wounding seven. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for any of the explosions.

Donald Trump calls his executive order 'travel ban' on Twitter, even as aides insist it isn't
World

Donald Trump calls his executive order 'travel ban' on Twitter, even as aides insist it isn't

On Monday, US president Donald Trump took to Twitter, referred to his executive order on immigration as a "travel ban", and seemed to publicly chastise his Justice Department for submitting a "watered down and politically collect version" to the US Supreme Court.

Lalu-Shahabuddin tape: BJP dares Bihar CM Nitish Kumar to act against 'criminal-political nexus'
Politics

Lalu-Shahabuddin tape: BJP dares Bihar CM Nitish Kumar to act against 'criminal-political nexus'

The BJP on Saturday attacked Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar after a tape of an alleged conversation between RJD chief Lalu Yadav and jailed don-turned-politician Mohammad Shahabuddin was aired by a news channel.

Sharia banking: RBI proposes opening 'Islamic window' in banks
India

Sharia banking: RBI proposes opening 'Islamic window' in banks

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has proposed opening of "Islamic window" in conventional banks for "gradual" introduction of Sharia-compliant or interest-free banking in the country.

Two Saudi Arabians among 3 undertrial prisoners killed in Manipur
India

Two Saudi Arabians among 3 undertrial prisoners killed in Manipur

Two Saudi Arabians were among three undertrial prisoners killed early on Saturday in violence inside the Sajiwa Central Jail in Imphal East district of Manipur, highly placed sources said.

President Pranab Mukherjee arrives in Mashobra on five-day sojourn
India

President Pranab Mukherjee arrives in Mashobra on five-day sojourn

President Pranab Mukherjee arrived in Shimla on Thursday for a five-day sojourn in Mashobra near Shimla.

Heavy rains throws Mumbai out of gear with water logging, disruption of train services
India

Heavy rains throws Mumbai out of gear with water logging, disruption of train services

Heavy rains threw normal life out of gear in the metropolis on Tuesday, leading to waterlogging in low-lying areas and disrupting local train services that hampered mobility of thousands in the morning rush hours.