- PM Narendra Modi condoles Shiela Dikshit's death
Former Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit passed away at the age of 81 on Saturday. Due to prolonged illness she was shifted to hospital on Saturday morning but later she suffered a cardiac arrest and took her last breath at 3.55 pm at a city hospital.Wins or losses part of life: PM Modi's heartfelt message on World Cup 2019 defeat
Indian fans were left heartbroken with the results of semi-final game against New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Every Indian fan wanted his side to win the game, leading to a flood of emotions on social media.Jobs of government officials in danger
The jobs of non performing government officials are in danger as the government has decided to throw them out.Mann Ki Baat 2: PM Modi pitches for water conservation to combat upcoming water crisis
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday returned to his famous radio show Mann Ki Baat with three requests to the nation staring at the upcoming water crisis.'Kithana acha he Modi': Australian PM shares picture with PM Modi at G20 Summit
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison tweeted a selfie with his Indian counterpart PM Narendra Modi from Osaka on Saturday, where the G20 Summit is currently underway.G20 Summit: PM Narendra Modi discusses bullet train, Varanasi with Japan counterpart
Prime Minister Narendra Modi started his G20 summit visit with a set of bilateral matters - including the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project and the Varanasi convention centre being built with Japanese cooperation-- with ‘old friend’ Japanese PM Shinzo Abe.Donald Trump-Narendra Modi meeting: Tariff hikes by India 'unacceptable'
US President Donald Trump on Thursday said India's retaliatory tariff hikes for the US are "unacceptable" and must be withdrawn. Sharing his views in a tweet, Donald Trump claimed that he will discuss this with Prime Minister Narendra Modi."You voted for Modi go bother him": Kumaraswamy's rant at protesters in a village
Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy lost his cool recently over a bunch of protesters in a village.Unfair to call Jharkhand a hub of mob killing: PM Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday expressed pain over the death of a 24-year-old man who was mercilessly thrashed by a mob in Jharkhand last week; but mentioned that it is not right to insult the state - which is ruled by the BJP - by calling it a "hub of lynching".PM Narendra Modi slams Congress' arrogance, says "Did India lose in Wayanad?"
Prime Minister Narendra Modi kept his focus on slamming the Congress on the second day of Rajya Sabha, berating it over issues ranging from voting machines, Citizens' list in Assam and the passing of bills in Rajya Sabha. He also mocked the party over their victory and defeat in the elections.Top Stories