Two-plus-two Indo-US dialogue to be held on Dec 18 in Washington: MEA
The second two-plus-two dialogue between India and the US will take place on December 18 in Washington. The Indian side will be represented by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said.
'Indo-US 2+2 talks principal mechanism for translating strategic convergence into tangible outcomes'
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar a...
Article 370, Ayodhya case top India's 'What is?' list on Google this year
According to Google 2019 Year in Search report, netizens in India s...
'India took only five years to move from USD 2 to USD 3 trillion economy'
"It took us nearly 60 years after independence to achieve USD 1 trillion mark. It took 12 years to achieve our second trillion (dollar economy). And it has taken only five years, 2014 to 2019, to achieve the third trillion economy," Indian Ambassador to the US, Harsh Vardhan Shringla, said in his address to the Indian-American community.
Parliament okays corporate tax cut; FM says software developers, miners not eligible for lower rates
Replying to a debate on the legislation, Sitharaman said a negative list of activities that do not constitute manufacturing has been created and will not be eligible for the lower 15 per cent tax rate for manufacturing firms that are set up after October 1 and that begin operations by 2023.
BJP MPs briefed about RCEP, PM Modi’s tour
Goyal said that the UPA government was willing to make India a part of RCEP ‘without going into details of how it would impact’ India’s interest. This was checked when Nirmala Sitharaman, as commerce minister in the last government, wrote in an official file India’s interests would be impacted by China and other RCEP members.
PM Modi undertook 7 foreign trips to 9 countries from August-November: MEA
Union Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan gave out details of the foreign tours of the president, vice president, prime minister, external affairs minister and himself. Modi undertook seven foreign trips from August till November and visited nine countries, according to the data presented by Muraleedharan.
Modi's successful visits abroad, decision to keep out of RCEP highlighted at BJP meeting
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal briefed BJP MPs on the issues in the parliamentary party's first meeting in the Winter session. Modi did not attend the meeting. BJP sources said Jaishankar told MPs that Modi's foreign visits have boosted India's standing and furthered the country's interests.
Why Trump came to Houston to Howdy Modi
One ostensible reason is that Trump is making a bid to win an Indian-American constituency that is heavily pro-Modi but largely Democratic in its political leanings.
'Howdy, Modi!' organised, funded by US-based volunteers, not party or government: BJP
The event was held in Houston, Texas on September 22 and about 50,000 people of Indian origin from across the US attended it.
Priyanka Gandhi slams govt on state of economy
The Congress General Secretary said those ruling the country are busy in themselves while people are suffering on every front.
Trump at ‘Howdy, Modi’: Indian-American imprint
The 3-hour gathering at the home of the National Football League’s Houston Texans is scheduled to include a cultural programme to be followed by an address by Modi.
Modi and Trump score from Howdy Modi, but what’s in it for India?
For Trump, Howdy Modi was a golden opportunity to woo a vital segment of American voters.
Indian-Americans all set to welcome PM Modi for 'Howdy, Modi' event
The organisers and volunteers sporting 'NAMO AGAIN' shirts, chanted "NaMo Again" and said they are ready to welcome Prime Minister Modi "wholeheartedly".
'Howdy Modi' event win-win situation for Modi, Trump: Mukesh Aghi
President Trump will join prime minister Modi and they will address more than 50,000 Indian-Americans at the "Howdy Modi" event on Sunday.
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