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‘Welcome to India, President Xi Jinping!’: Modi and Xi Jinping on a historical path at Mahabalipuram

‘Welcome to India, President Xi Jinping!’: Modi and Xi Jinping on a historical path at Mahabalipuram

‘Welcome to India, President Xi Jinping!’: Modi and Xi Jinping on a historical path at Mahabalipuram

Crossing connections with engaging in a thread that binds two nations together, India and China’s informal summit boasts to develop and strengthen bilateral relations. As the state is all decked up inviting the Chinese President, PM Modi switched into Mundu (traditional local clothes) receiving Chinese President Xi Jinping in Mahabalipuram. Earlier, welcoming Chinese President Xi Jinping to India in Tamil Nadu's Chennai, PM Modi tweeted in Mandarin 'Welcome to India, President Xi Jinping!' he said.

PM Modi picks up waste 'collection' from Mamallapuram beach; If he can, why can't we?

PM Modi picks up waste 'collection' from Mamallapuram beach; If he can, why can't we?

PM Modi picks up waste 'collection' from Mamallapuram beach; If he can, why can't we?

Walking barefoot along the seashore, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, this morning, signified true example of 'practice as you preach'. Without any hesitation exhibiting core values of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, the prime minister collected plastic bottles, plates and other garbage thrown on the beach outside the Taj Fisherman's Cove Resort and Spa near here where he is staying. Have we ever seen such a simple leader who picks up trash without any hesitation? Clad in a black kurta-pajama, Modi was seen with a larg

A new era in the making! India-China’s ‘Chennai Connect’ vow to deal with radicalism and terrorism

A new era in the making! India-China’s ‘Chennai Connect’ vow to deal with radicalism and terrorism

A new era in the making! India-China’s ‘Chennai Connect’ vow to deal with radicalism and terrorism

Reviving the bilateral relation with new spectrum of ideas, perception and technique, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday agreed to set up a new mechanism for issues relating to trade and investment and felt the two countries should cooperate on important regional and global issues. Chinese President Xi said that China is ready to take concrete measures to reduce trade deficit.

Informal attire, chats and poses: Modi and Xi Jinping take a stroll through ancient cave temples of Mamallapuram

Informal attire, chats and poses: Modi and Xi Jinping take a stroll through ancient cave temples of Mamallapuram

Informal attire, chats and poses: Modi and Xi Jinping take a stroll through ancient cave temples of Mamallapuram

Showing India's civilizational heritage, India in its historical monuments depicts the ability to live in harmony with nature. Visiting the 1300 years old historical monuments in Mamallapuram, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chinese president Xi Jinping take a tour of Arjuna’s Penance in Mahabalipuram. Not only that, Modi also shows Xi Jinping the monuments of Mamallapuram describing the ancient history attached to it.

'Hope to strengthen India-China relations', PM Modi signs in Chinese after landing at Chennai for Second Informal Summit

'Hope to strengthen India-China relations', PM Modi signs in Chinese after landing at Chennai for Second Informal Summit

'Hope to strengthen India-China relations', PM Modi signs in Chinese after landing at Chennai for Second Informal Summit

Ahead of the India and China's second informal summit scheduled today and tomorrow in Tamil Nadu's Chennai, PM Modi noted to hope a good, healthy conversation with the Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is to arrive the city post noon today.

Ancient history sparks chords of relatability; Mamallapuram decks up for India-China informal summit

Ancient history sparks chords of relatability; Mamallapuram decks up for India-China informal summit

Ancient history sparks chords of relatability; Mamallapuram decks up for India-China informal summit

Tamil Nadu’s ancient city of Mamallapuram is readying for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping’ Second Informal Summit from October 11-12. In between this, history has opened its pages which speak about the mighty Pallavas, whose flourishing sea port was Mamallapuram for a long time, had a relationship with China and had even sent envoys there during their rule.

Connecting China with the rich heritage of India; Modi, Xi Jinping enjoy Carnatic music with Kathakali dance at Shore Temple

Connecting China with the rich heritage of India; Modi, Xi Jinping enjoy Carnatic music with Kathakali dance at Shore Temple

Connecting China with the rich heritage of India; Modi, Xi Jinping enjoy Carnatic music with Kathakali dance at Shore Temple

Connecting China with the rich heritage of India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping enjoyed a thrilling cultural performance at the centuries-old Shore Temple on the first day of their second informal summit in Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu.

A souvenir with love from India: Modi gifted a handwoven silk portrait to Xi Jinping on second informal summit

A souvenir with love from India: Modi gifted a handwoven silk portrait to Xi Jinping on second informal summit

A souvenir with love from India: Modi gifted a handwoven silk portrait to Xi Jinping on second informal summit

Exploring the rich heritage of India’s monuments, Mamallapuram has played a pivotal role in redefining the bilateral relation between India and China. The second informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping intensified the camaraderie shared by the two leaders. As a gesture of gratitude and love from India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented a handwoven silk portrait of Xi Jinping to the Chinese President on the second day of the informal summit between both the

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Ringing bells of mobile phone, Jammu and Kashmir connects to India resuming post-paid mobile services

Ringing bells of mobile phone, Jammu and Kashmir connects to India resuming post-paid mobile services

Bouncing back into action, the state of Jammu and Kashmir cut off all restrictions imposed on the state especially with no connectivity. Ringing bells on mobiles, the Post-paid mobile services in the remaining areas of Jammu and Kashmir have been fully restored today. The State's Principal Secretary, Rohit Kansal informed that all post-paid mobile services of various telecom service providers covering all 10 districts of Kashmir province have been restored successfully.

Building upon the strategic trust, Dutch king and queen touch down in India for five day state visit

Building upon the strategic trust, Dutch king and queen touch down in India for five day state visit

King Willem-Alexander and queen Maxima started a five-day state visit to India on Monday after touching down in New Delhi to a welcome by President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The state visit is the 19th undertaken by the king and his second official trip to India.

While Ajit Doval asserts Islamabad to be under big pressure to rein terror groups, FATF to decide fate of Pakistan

While Ajit Doval asserts Islamabad to be under big pressure to rein terror groups, FATF to decide fate of Pakistan

As Pakistan gets curious by sweating hard on its fate at Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meeting is at stake, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said that the neighbouring country is under lot of pressure to rein in terror groups operating from its soil. The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meeting is currently underway in Paris.

Aided by falling prices of food articles, fuel, power items, WPI inflation eases to 0.33 pc in September 2019

Aided by falling prices of food articles, fuel, power items, WPI inflation eases to 0.33 pc in September 2019

After the inside story of the Consumer Price Index based retail inflation went out in open, the Wholesale price based inflation has eased to 0.33 per cent in September, as against 1.08 per cent in August due to fall in prices of non-food articles, further aided by falling prices of food articles, fuel and power items.

Japan, floods in Tokyo! Typhoon Hagibis in Japan force 50 to breath last ;India's INS Sahyadri, INS Kiltan move for aid

Japan, floods in Tokyo! Typhoon Hagibis in Japan force 50 to breath last ;India's INS Sahyadri, INS Kiltan move for aid

Making landfalls in the south of Japan's Tokyo, Typhoon Hagibis on Saturday and Sunday created a havoc abide, forcing more than 50 to breath last and 26 to go missing. With this the Indian Navy has pressed two of its ships, INS Sahyadri and INS Kiltan into service to provide assistance to typhoon battered Japan.

Terming terrorism, Maoism as threat, Amit Shah stressed on redefining human rights with Indian context

Terming terrorism, Maoism as threat, Amit Shah stressed on redefining human rights with Indian context

Emphasizing on zero tolerance towards custodial deaths and extra-judicial killings, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday called for the protection of human rights of the victims of terrorism and Maoism. Amit Shah said that terrorism and Maoism are among the biggest threats to human rights and thousands of families have fallen victims to these.

'Ek ka double' becomes an object! Hitting at Rs 698 against Rs 320, IRCTC IPO does 100% listing gain on day one

'Ek ka double' becomes an object! Hitting at Rs 698 against Rs 320, IRCTC IPO does 100% listing gain on day one

Making a star entry in the financial markets, the shares of IRCTC more than doubled on their listing at BSE and NSE on Monday. The price hit as much as 118% to ₹698, as compared to issue price of ₹320 on BSE while it was ₹698 at day's high at NSE.

Revamping postures, BCCI sets to chair Ganguly as President, Brijesh Patel as IPL chairman and Jay Shah as Secretary

Revamping postures, BCCI sets to chair Ganguly as President, Brijesh Patel as IPL chairman and Jay Shah as Secretary

Pipped into a see saw battle, while Saurav Ganguly is set to take over the presidential chair of Board of Control for Cricket in India, he being the only nominee, MHA Amit Shah's son Jay Shah is set to become the secretary and Anurag Thakur's brother Arun Dhumal will hold the position of treasurer BCCI.

Has education on merits lost its mandate in Kerala? State issues gazette on job vacancies sponsoring ‘religious conversion’

Has education on merits lost its mandate in Kerala? State issues gazette on job vacancies sponsoring ‘religious conversion’

Where India shows its pride in being a ‘secular’ nation, there are some states where this secularism has gone at a stake. As known as God’s own country ‘Kerala’ has outgone on becoming a state where forceful conversion from being a Hindu to a Christian is on a rise. The unethical activities of religious conversion in Kerala has not even spared job vacancies. In a latest, the state has got an extra ordinary gazette from notifying job vacancy which is ‘RESERVED FOR CONVERTS to CHRISTIAN’.

Entering final leg of Ram-Janmabhoomi case, section 144 clouts Ayodhya; SC to wrap arguments by October 17

Entering final leg of Ram-Janmabhoomi case, section 144 clouts Ayodhya; SC to wrap arguments by October 17

Ahead of the anticipation of the politically influenced case of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, the Supreme Court has moved up to resume after Dussehra holidays. This is a day after the Court imposed section 144 in Ayodhya till December 10, probably in consideration of the upcoming festivals.

Concerning global economic slowdown stirring India, World Bank cuts growth forecast from 7.5% to 6%

Concerning global economic slowdown stirring India, World Bank cuts growth forecast from 7.5% to 6%

The World Bank cut India’s economic growth forecast by the most among South Asian nations on Sunday, below the outlook pegged by the nation’s central bank for this year, mainly because of a deceleration in domestic demand.

A new era in the making! India-China’s ‘Chennai Connect’ vow to deal with radicalism and terrorism

A new era in the making! India-China’s ‘Chennai Connect’ vow to deal with radicalism and terrorism

Reviving the bilateral relation with new spectrum of ideas, perception and technique, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday agreed to set up a new mechanism for issues relating to trade and investment and felt the two countries should cooperate on important regional and global issues. Chinese President Xi said that China is ready to take concrete measures to reduce trade deficit.

A souvenir with love from India: Modi gifted a handwoven silk portrait to Xi Jinping on second informal summit

A souvenir with love from India: Modi gifted a handwoven silk portrait to Xi Jinping on second informal summit

Exploring the rich heritage of India’s monuments, Mamallapuram has played a pivotal role in redefining the bilateral relation between India and China. The second informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping intensified the camaraderie shared by the two leaders. As a gesture of gratitude and love from India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented a handwoven silk portrait of Xi Jinping to the Chinese President on the second day of the informal summit between both the

Keeping eyes on 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Hockey India name 22 players for senior women's national camp

Keeping eyes on 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Hockey India name 22 players for senior women's national camp

Focussing on preparing the team for two-match FIH Olympic Qualifiers against USA to be held on November 1 and 2, Hockey India on Saturday named 22 players for the senior women's national camp to begin at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar from October 14. The best of the two matches will determine the team that will qualify for 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Enabling connectivity as state bounces back to normalcy; J&K to resume post-paid mobile services from Monday

Enabling connectivity as state bounces back to normalcy; J&K to resume post-paid mobile services from Monday

With the state of Jammu and Kashmir reviving back to normalcy, the Jammu & Kashmir Principal Secretary (Planning Commission) Rohit Kansal on Saturday announced that all post-paid mobile phones will be functional from October 14 (Monday) noon in the remaining areas where the service hasn't been restored.

11.5 lakh farmers of Jharkhand get Rs 452 crore gift under Mukhyamantri Krishi Aashirwad Yojana

11.5 lakh farmers of Jharkhand get Rs 452 crore gift under Mukhyamantri Krishi Aashirwad Yojana

Spreading smiles on farmers’ faces, the first installment amount was distributed to the new beneficiaries under the Chief Minister Krishi Aashirwad Yojana in Chaibasa. Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das attended the program as the chief guest and interacted with the farmers.

Arresting property dealers, ED identifies 36 benami plots of Iqbal Mirchi in India, UAE and UK

Arresting property dealers, ED identifies 36 benami plots of Iqbal Mirchi in India, UAE and UK

Post arrest of the two associated with fugitive gangster and Dawood Ibrahim's aide Iqbal Mirchi, an international drug dealer who died in August, 2013 in the UK, the ED on Saturday has identified a total of his 36 benami properties in India and abroad.

Uttarakhand CM flags off first commercial flight from Hindon airport to Pithoragarh

Uttarakhand CM flags off first commercial flight from Hindon airport to Pithoragarh

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat flagged off the first commercial flight from Hindon Airport to Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand on Friday. The fare will be Rs 2,270 per person for Pithoragarh from Hindon.

Opinion
OCT. 12, 2019

HHRS a unique initiative by FANS to revive past glory of Bharat

To revive the past glory of Bharat, the Forum for Awareness of National Security (FANS) has planned to host this unique event in Agra to deliberate on the importance of the emergence of New Bharat and its implications on the rest of the world.

HHRS a unique initiative by FANS to revive past glory of Bharat

Post UNGA, can Imran Khan fly with his clipped wings?

“The Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party is bent upon turning India into a Hindu state and taking on any enemy in line with the fables of the Mahabharata. We need to watch out for this thinly-veiled, religion-based, Hindu-nationalism inspired, Hindutva-centred animosity towards Muslims and other minorities,” says Inam ul Haq, a noted Pakistani journalist.

Post UNGA, can Imran Khan fly with his clipped wings?

Persisting Deadlock in Sino-Indian Relations

Cautious optimism must govern media hype over the outcomes of Modi-Xi Jinping’ ‘Bromance” at Mahabalipuram (Mamallapuram)/Chennai in the South Asian regional and international geo political context and context.

Persisting Deadlock in Sino-Indian Relations

JammuKashmir: Time to smell the coffee

There is a lot of talk about widespread dissatisfaction within the state of Jammu and Kashmir, especially tin he Kashmir Valley, with regard to the reorganisation of the state into two manageable Union Territories and the modification of Article 370 that has been carried out with the intention of mainstreaming the region in line with the rest of the country. As the time to implement these decisions approaches the anti-establishment rhetoric is likely to become all the more abrasive, filled with half-truth o

JammuKashmir: Time to smell the coffee
OCT. 04, 2019

RESET: Regaining India’s Economic Legacy - Dr. Swamy raises a Red flag

RESET – Regaining India’s Economic Legacy is a book that has come at a very opportune time. After a long time, Dr. Subramanian Swamy has donned the hat of an economist who left it all for serving the country when he was at the peak of his teaching career; and could have earned global accolades like his other colleagues in Harvard University.

RESET: Regaining India’s Economic Legacy - Dr. Swamy raises a Red flag

Artificial Intelligence in Military Enabling Applications

Instead of emphasizing on “Balance of Power Considerations”, India should, through her “AI in Defence Vision”, modernise her Defence Forces. India has to join “AI in Defence Sector Race” started by Super Powers. This is the NEED of THE HOUR”.

Artificial Intelligence in Military Enabling Applications