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India could look to pursue a seven-point agenda to play a bigger role in global affairs.
Government and Policy
How Power Sector Liberalisation in 2009 led to a Chinese monopoly, Rs 3 Trillion NPAs and crippled domestic manufacturing
The Union Power minister R K Singh this week said the government is planning to impose curbs on Chinese power-equipments as Indian firms can manufacture almost all critical items
There are several common things between Hitler and Chinese premier Xi Jinping as both have concentrated power in themselves
China has Weiqi, India has Chess – Read how these board games also shape respective battle strategies
How the two giants have had their warfare strategies influenced by the two ancient games.
As West Bengal is ravaged by Cyclone Amphan, a long term sustainable plan is required to help South Bengal
South Bengal still stranded without food and shelter as West Bengal government messes up relief and rescue after Cyclone Amphan.
Economy and Finance
Unfortunately, there is no short-term fix for a long-term festering problem plaguing the agriculture sector.
Economy and Finance
As India tries to open up the economy post-coronavirus lockdown, a few measures that could boost country's economy to become a global superpower.
Historical trends show that we are living at the cusp of one of the biggest transitional phases we will see in our lives.
AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan restrains NIA officials as they conduct raids at NGO headed by former Delhi Minorities Commission Chairman, FIR registered
Delhi police filed FIR against AAP legislator Amanatullah Khan for obstructing NIA officials from conducting raids in Jamia Nagar.
Bangladesh: Muslim mob beats Muslim man to death and then burn his body after rumours of blasphemy in a mosque
A man was lynched to death by a fanatic Muslim mob in Lalmonirhat district of Rangpur Division in Bangladesh over charges of blasphemy.
As Pakistan minister admits role in Pulwama attack, Rajdeep Sardesai rushes to his rescue, allows him to ‘clarify’, attack India instead, NDTV follows suit
India Today and NDTV come together to rescue Pakistan minister Fawad Chaudhry after he admitted Terroristan's role in Pulwama attack
The Print columnist Zainab Sikander Siddiqui wants Charlie Hebdo to have the “guts” to mock the Holocaust if it wants to publish cartoons on...
Zainab Sikander Siddiqui ruled that Charlie Hebdo cartoons mocking other religions are not offensive, only cartoons on Islam are offensive
NBSA summons Zee News editor Sudhir Chaudhary for “divisive” report on the different types of Jihad, says it targets the Muslim community
NBSA asked Zee News Editor-in-chief Sudhir Chaudhary to appear for a hearing on November 26 via video conferencing
The name of PM Modi echoed on Monday as members of Pakistan's opposition members chanted 'Modi, Modi' slogans inside Pakistan National assembly
Chinese state-run channel shows the portrait of Prophet Muhammad, netizens ask if Muslim nations will boycott China
Arslan Hidayat, an Uyghur Rights Activist, took to Twitter shared a video of a Chinese TV series on Twitter in which it was depicted that an Arab ambassador visiting China during the rule of Tang dynasty gifts a portrait of the Prophet Muhammad to the Chinese emperor.
‘His legs were shivering, head was sweating fearing attack by India’: Pakistani opposition leader reveals why Imran Khan govt had released Abhinandan Varthaman
PML(N) leader Ayaz Sadiq said that Pakistani Foreign Minister had feared that India would attack Pakistan if Abhinandan is not returned
Watch: Pro-India accounts disrupt Pakistan’s anti-India online meeting on Zoom, play pro-Hindu and Indian nationalistic songs
Indic social media users caused embarrassment to Pakistani authorities and diplomats after they raided their online event on zoom
Here are ‘liberals’ who hailed Imran Khan’s benevolence for releasing Abhinandan, while he was shaking in his boots, thinking of Modi going to war
The usual suspects declared Imran Khan 'won' despite the fact that it was Indian Armed Forces that destroyed terror camps in Pakistan.