Narendra Modi in Ahmedabad thanks people for 'record-breaking' mandate to BJP, says citizens voted for strong govt
Speaking about his roots in Gujarat, Modi said, 'This earth has nurtured me, and so after such a big event (result of the Lok Sabha election), I must come back to it.'
Pakistan ready to hold talks with new Indian govt for peace, prosperity of region, says Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi
The results of India's general elections are very significant for Pakistan as the new government in New Delhi will determine the course of Indo-Pakistan ties, which were pushed to a new low after the Pulwama terror attack.
UNSC calls listing of Masood Azhar as global terrorist ‘significant achievement’, says move is affirmative action against militants
The listing of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist by the UN Security Council has been termed as a "significant achievement" by the member nations in holding perpetrators, organisers and sponsors of acts of terrorism accountable.
With exit polls predicting another Narendra Modi win, new govt will face challenges of unemployment, international trade ties
Narendra Modi, who is tipped to win the Lok Sabha polls according to exit polls, will need to tackle a host of issues ranging from unemployment to weak economic growth.
Jamaat-e-Islami J&K activists and separatists face prolonged jail, frequent police questioning in the aftermath of Pulwama attack
Scores of Jamaat-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir activists and other separatist leaders, who were arrested after the Pulwama attack and then released on bail, are being re-arrested under fresh cases and frequently called to police stations for questioning, claim their lawyers and human rights activists
'Why take Canadian citizen Akshay Kumar aboard INS Sumitra?': Congress' Divya Spandana slams Narendra Modi
Divya Spandana's attack on Narendra Modi came a day after he accused late prime minister Rajiv Gandhi of using warship INS Viraat as a "personal taxi" for a family holiday.
Congress' Pawan Khera rebuts Narendra Modi's remarks on Rajiv Gandhi using INS Viraat as 'personal taxi for family vacations'
Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera said Narendra Modi had tried to shift the blame for "his foolish acts" in the last five years to late Prime Ministers Rajiv Gandhi and also Jawaharlal Nehru.
'Narendra Modi should be shown exit door, his tenure was most traumatic and devastating': Manmohan Singh
Manmohan Singh dismissed the notion that there was a wave in favour of Modi and asserted that the people have made up their minds to vote out the government.
Masood Azhar’s blacklisting at UN: Why did China suddenly relent after a decade of dogged obstructionism?
It is inconceivable that China would have kept Pakistan in the dark and let the United Nations declare Azhar a global terrorist.
The Ministry of External Affairs also called Azhar's designation as a UN proscribed terrorist a step in the right direction to demonstrate the international community's resolve to combat terrorism and its enablers.
Masood Azhar now a marked man: Pakistan must realise its all-weather friend China has business with India too
If the air strikes against its hideouts and killing of its cadres have shaken Jaish-e-Mohammed, the calling out of its leader as a global terrorist is only going to worsen its situation.
EC gives second clean chit to Narendra Modi, says PM's Latur speech seeking votes in the name of armed forces didn't violate model code
Addressing a rally in Ausa in Maharashtra's Latur on 9 April, Modi had said, "Can your first vote be dedicated to those who carried out the air strike." "I want to tell the first-time voters: can your first vote be dedicated to the veer jawans (valiant soldiers) who carried out the air strike in Pakistan. Can your first vote be dedicated to the veer shaheed (brave martyrs) of Pulwama (terror attack)?"
Pakistan says will 'immediately' enforce sanctions on Masood Azhar as UN resolution removed references to Pulwama attack
Pakistan said it will 'immediately enforce the sanctions' imposed by the UN on JeM chief Masood Azhar and agreed to his listing after all 'political references', including attempts to link him to the Pulwama attacks, were removed from the proposal.
Masood Azhar listed as global terrorist: Modi says 'big success' for India's efforts; Congress disappointed with no mention of Pulwama
India welcomed the listing of Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist by the UN, with Narendra Modi describing it as a 'big success' for the country's efforts to root out terrorism.
Indian soldiers burnt houses in Kashmir, used civilians as human shields in post-Pulwama encounter, villagers tell Reuters
Hundreds of Indian soldiers descended on the picturesque village of Pinglan, which is surrounded by south Kashmir’s apple and apricot orchards, just before midnight on 17 February.
Jammu-Srinagar highway restrictions partially relaxed; civilian traffic from Srinagar to Baramulla to be blocked only on Sundays
The Jammu and Kashmir government partially relaxed the two-day-a-week restrictions on movement of civilian traffic on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway.
Inducting Rafale jets on time would have further tilted results of Balakot air strikes in India’s favour, says Air Chief Marshal
Technology was on India's side in the Balakot air strikes, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said, asserting that the results would have been further tilted in the country's favour if Rafale jets were inducted in time
Imran said Pakistan was constrained by the need to build a legal case that would stand up in court but said Azhar had been driven underground and was 'ineffective' and unwell.
Balakot airstrikes and aftermath: Strange to see Pakistan's obfuscations given more credence than IAF evidence
The Balakot airstrikes and the aftermath occurred at a sensitive time when India was getting ready to hold its general elections for the Lok Sabha where Prime minister Narendra Modi is seeking a return mandate
Narendra Modi to News18: NDA govt's objective is not to let differences with China turn into disputes
Amid growing tensions with China following its move to veto at the United Nations (UN) on Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told CNN-News18 that both New Delhi and Beijing have accepted they have certain "differences".