PM Modi's speech venomous: Pakistani media

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech lashing out against Pakistan, was closely monitored by the Pakistani media, and within an hour of its delivery on Saturday evening, excerpts were on websites of major dailies, with most describing it as spewing venom against Pakistan. Continue Reading ...

Modi trying to hide inefficiency of his govt through rhetoric, says Congress

Congress on Saturday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for "shooting the breeze" on the Uri terror attack in his speech at the BJP meet and said that "verbal belligerence" can never be a substitute for policy and action. Continue Reading ...

There should not be war with Pakistan: Former EAM Natwar Singh

Former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh on Sunday said that there should not be a war with Pakistan. Continue Reading ...

The New York Times makes official endorsement of Hillary Clinton for President

The New York Times on Saturday endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and called upon Americans to vote for her decades of professional experience as a public servant, her programmes and her ideas. Continue Reading ...

Seafood should be exempted from the GST, says SEAI

Seafood should be treated as agricultural produce and exempted from the GST, proposed to come in force from April 1, 2017, said an advisor to a marine products exporters association. Continue Reading ...

MNS goons threaten Radio Mirchi RJs; ask them to not air Atif Aslam's interview

MNS workers on Saturday threatened Radio Mirchi RJs and asked them to not air Pakistani singer Atif Aslam's interview.Continue Reading ...

And when a journalist was sketched as a ‘terror suspect’ in an Odisha Daily

In a bizarre incident, an Odisha news daily called ‘Sambad’ published a sketch of a person looking very similar to journalist Rajdeep Sardesai on Friday. Continue Reading ...

Mumbai police issues notice to MNS's Amey Khopkar for inflammatory remarks against Pakistani artists

Mumbai Police on Saturday issued notice to MNS's Amey Khopkar and warned him to not get involved in any act that might cause disturbance in the public. Continue Reading ...

Kashmiri truckers mistaken for terrorists in Maharashtra

A trio of Kashmiris sporting army-style fatigues sparked panic among security agencies who detained them in Panvel town here on Saturday afternoon, an official said. They were later allowed to go after the antecedents were checked. Continue Reading ...

Singer Justin Bieber attacked by unknown man in club

Singer Justin Bieber was attacked in a club here by an unknown man. Continue Reading ...

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