Gautam Datt
Associate Editor
New Delhi
My Stories
Cautious optimism ahead of Modi-Trump meeting Setting the stag e for his dinner with Narendra Modi, US President Donald Trump described the visiting Indian Prime Minister as “true friend”, a description that has prompted cautious optimism among a
Reaching out When US president Donald Trump junked the Paris deal earlier this month, it appeared to be an all-hell-break-lose moment for Indo-US relations.
Long wait for pay bonanza, govt on course to ‘reform’ babudom The government is likely to clear allowances for over 49 lakh central government employees under the 7th Pay Commission.
Trump ‘looks forward’ to meeting Modi on June 26, says White House Setting the tone for Indian PM Modi’s upcoming to Washington, the Trump administration on Tuesday claimed that the Prime Minister’s vision for a new India will help create jobs in the US.
BJP woes give oppn chance for comeback Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh has become the latest political battleground after five farmers were killed in police firing as the agrarian crisis gripped the Malwa belt of the state.
BJP’s three-member panel to build consensus on Prez poll Three senior most ministers in the Modi government — Arun Jaitley, Rajnath Singh and Venkaiah Naidu — have been entrusted the task of finding a possible candidate for the upcoming presidential electio
BJP’s three-member panel to build consensus on Prez poll Three senior most ministers in the Modi government — Arun Jaitley, Rajnath Singh and Venkaiah Naidu — have been entrusted the task of finding a possible candidate for the upcoming presidential electio
SportsMin seeks Bharat Ratna for Dhyan Chand The sports ministry has proposed hockey legend Dhyan Chand’s name for Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest civilian honour.
Note ban hit economy hard: Manmohan Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who had predicted economic slowdown due to government’s demonetisation move, said the economy was running on a single engine of public spending.
Sonia tears into Modi’s 3-year success Sonia Gandhi may step down from the Congress presidentship, paving the way for Rahul Gandhi’s possible elevation when the party holds its internal elections by October 15.

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