Modi's Visit to UK

Narendra Modi & Jawaharlal Nehru

On his visit to England, Prime Minister Narendra’s Modi’s praise of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, came as a surprise. In much the same way it did when, at the historic India-Africa Forum Summit in New Delhi, Mr. Modi failed to make any reference to Nehru, who has been described as the architect of India-Africa relations.

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PM Modi invokes India’s ‘Ram & Rahim’ tradition in London, talks Sufism

Prime Minister Narendra Modi invoked India's traditions of "Ram and Rahim" to stress that inclusive beliefs like Sufism had helped create a harmonious society as he addressed a packed public event at Wembley Stadium, where his British counterpart David Cameron hailed the moment saying he was sure "achhe din zaroor aayenge". 

David Cameron: India and UK are no longer imprisoned by the past

David Cameron has swept aside criticism of his decision to offer a lavish reception for the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, as he hailed his enormous mandate from the people of India.

6 significant agreements part of 9-billion pound Indo-UK deals

Six significant agreements were part of 9-billion pound deals signed between India and the UK today during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden visit to the country. Here are they:

From a blacklist to the red carpet: David Cameron welcomes Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi’s transformation from persona non grata to guest of honour was complete on Thursday when the Indian prime minister was greeted with all the razzmatazz Britain could summon.

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In northeast India, water-management practices to deal with climate change

In a small village on the north bank of the Brahmaputra in Assam in northeast India, farmer Horen Nath stood gazing at his partially submerged paddy field. The floods had kept their annual date but mercifully, the farmer said, the waters have started receding. "The weather has become very strange of late. We always had ample rain,

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IMF cuts India's growth projection, but it still retains world's top spot

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut India's growth projections for this fiscal year to 7.3 per cent and for the next to 7.5 per cent on Monday, although the country will still retain i...

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