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
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
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
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
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 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
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.
Donald Trump visits India: Narendra Modi hails 'India's best friend' at Motera Stadium as POTUS promises $3 billion defence deal
Donald Trump addressed a massive crowd at Ahmedabad's Motera Stadium, paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Sabarmati Ashram and later visited the Taj Mahal in Agra.
One lakh to attend Donald Trump-Narendra Modi roadshow on 24 Feb, says Ahmedabad municipal commissioner Vijay Nehra
As per the roadshow route plan, Trump and Modi will first reach the Sabarmati Ashram
Ahead of US president's maiden visit to India, Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani visits Motera stadium to oversee ‘Namaste Trump’ preparations
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Monday took stock of preparations for the mega event featuring US President Donald Trump at the newly-built cricket stadium in Ahmedabad on 24 February.
Ahead of Donald Trump's visit, Ahmedabad civic body tweets 'Namaste Trump' posters, says oldest democracy to meet largest democracy
Donald Trump is scheduled to visit the famous Sabarmati Ashram and take part in a 22-km-long roadshow with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Ahmedabad varsity intimidating students protesting against CAA, say activists; 'police might create record' if participation in stir continues, parents told
Activists alleged on Wednesday that Nirma University tried to intimidate its students who took part in protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and also advised their parents to counsel them
Mahatma Gandhi's 150th birth anniversary: From Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Congress president Sonia Gandhi and from schools big and small to the beaches of Dandi, there were multiple odes to the man whose ideas and ideals were instrumental in shaping India's freedom struggle and post-Independence journey.
Mahatma Gandhi 150th birth anniversary: Narendra Modi declares India open defecation-free, visits Ahmedabad's Sabarmati Ashram
On the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared that India is open defecation-free
Gujarat Congress to organise marches to Sabarmati Ashram on 27 Sep in bid to 'foil designs to destroy Gandhian ideology'
'These marches under a week-long 'Gandhi Sandesh Yatra' will be taken out on 27 September', said state Congress president Amit Chavda
Narendra Modi inaugurates Salt Satyagraha Memorial and Museum in Dandi on 71st death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
The memorial has statues of Mahatma Gandhi and 80 'satyagrahis' who had marched with him during the historic Dandi Salt March (also called Dandi March) in 1930
The birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi was celebrated across India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his tribute said Gandhi was a stalwart who lived for others and made the world a better place.
Seychelles president Danny Faure arrives in Ahmedabad on six-day trip to India; will visit IIM-A, Sabarmati Ashram today
Faure will visit the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad and the Sabarmati Ashram on Saturday, state government officials said.
Asaram's phone call to followers goes viral; godman claims time in jail will end soon and 'good days will come'
A purported audio clip of Asaram has surfaced online in which the self-styled godman is heard telling a person over the phone that his time behind bars is "ephemeral" and that "good days will come"
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said heterogeneous societies are the new reality and the biggest challenge is to understand how differences can become a source of strength — "something that India and Canada have done fairly well" and "can do better"