The US President’s speech struck all the right notes about Modi’s leadership and India’s achievements under him.
Given China’s massive global economic footprint, the impact of the epidemic is beginning to be felt, without a crisis point being reached as yet.
While the magazine sweepingly declares that Modi is determined “to transform India from a tolerant, multi-religious place into a chauvinist Hindu state”, it does not explain how India will cease to be multi-religious.
Bolsonaro’s visit marks both a re-affirmation and a consolidation of India-Brazil ties after the high point reached in the relationship under President Lula and the slowdown in momentum under his successor Dilma Roussef.
The huge hullabaloo over the CAA is difficult to understand unless it is a cynical campaign to rouse communal passions under the garb of protecting the secular nature of the Constitution.
The western publications excel in India-baiting, with generous contributions on false narratives by Indian journalists and writers.
The unrestrained wrong impressions perpetrated by the media, political commentators and academia are making mountains of mole-sized problems in India.
With the Rajapaksa brothers in power as President and Prime Minister, India has its diplomatic challenges worked out.
Has Pakistan decided to abandon its revanchist policies against India?
The EU delegation will see for itself that any talk of genocide in the Valley is nonsense.