After Obama's comment on religious intolerance, NYT editorial tells Modi to break his 'dangerous silence'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi needs to break his "deafening silence" on religious intolerance, The New York Times said in an editorial on Friday.
Latching on to Barack Obama's concern about religious "intolerance" in India, Azam Khan sought to puncture Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attempts to project the US President as his bosom friend.
Less than 10 days after his historic second trip to India, President Barack Obama, in his new national security policy, told Congress today that the US is "primed to unlock" the potential of relations with India.
The US has refuted allegations that President Barack Obama's speech at the Siri Fort auditorium in New Delhi, where he delivered a powerful message against religious extremism in India, was a "parting shot" aimed at the ruling BJP.
China and India are reaffirming their ties following Obama's visit to New Delhi that underscored Beijing's complicated relationship with both countries.
The strong personal chemistry between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi would drive the Indo-US strategic relationship, a top American Senator has said.
Here is a timeline of what US President Barack Obama did during his three-day visit to India.
At Firstpost, we decided to check out with book stores if the PM’s favourite book Benjamin Franklin's autobiography had triggered enquiries.
Narendra Modi deftly steered his Mann ki Baat radio programme with President Obama towards non-controversial soft issues
The "communal and divisive policy" of the BJP-led NDA government has evoked concerns from US President Barack Obama, said Mayawati.
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis, who missed a dinner date with US President Barack Obama, on Wednesday said he will look into reasons behind the invite not reaching him in time, though it was received at Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi over a week before the event.
Obama didn't forget to slip in a reminder about an important global concern about the Modi government between praises and crowd-pleasing lines in Hindi
Barack Obama let absolutely nothing come in the way of his gym routine on his recent trip to India.
Obama spoke about gender equality, women power, religion and the need for education.
US President Barack Obama's address at Delhi's Siri Fort Auditorium on Tuesday - his last engagement before he flew off to Saudi Arabia - where spoke extensively on the important role of women in building society and also stressed that the United States was India's best partner in ensuring both the nations move forward together.
What the all women contingent from the defence forces marching on Republic Day mean in India.
A special radio programme Mann Ki Baat featuring Obama and Modi was aired, devoid of any hard issues like politics and foreign affairs but focussed on social issue and personal matters related to the two leaders.
"Why didn't Hamid Ansari salute the flag?" While the country celebrated its 66th republic Day, this was what was on the minds of the self-proclaimed defenders of patriotism.
The outcome of Obama's visit in terms of tangible achievements for both sides will only be known once the heat, dust and gush of reports on the colors of Modi's attire make way for a threadbare analysis of the three day visit.