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Pakistan asks India to suspend work on hydro projects in Jammu & Kashmir

Islamabad, Jan 21 (PTI) Pakistan’s two parliamentary committees in rare joint resolution asked India to immediately suspend work on two hydropower projects in Jammu and Kashmir and agree on the constitution of an arbitration court to resolve the water dispute. National Assembly’s Committee on Foreign Affairs and Water and Power held a joint sitting in Islamabad yesterday to discuss water issues with India. A joint resolution unanimously adopted in the meeting asked India to halt the construction work, Dawn reported. The resolution also called upon the World Bank to constitute…

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PM Narendra Modi becomes most followed politician on social media

As Barack Obama leaves office and Donald Trump becomes US president, Prime Minister Narendra Modi becomes the world’s most followed leader of a country on social media. Modi now has the highest number of followers among all leaders of states on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Google+, according to sources in prime minister’s office. Modi’s followers on Twitter are 26.5 million, Facebook 39.2 million, Google+ 3.2 million, LinkedIn 1.99 million, Instagram 5.8 million, and YouTube 591,000. His Mobile App, which has close to 10 million downloads, is also the most widely…

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France gives a thumbs up to Modi’s Demonetisation

New Delhi, Jan 15 (PTI) France has appreciated demonetisation in India, terming it as a “bold” decision which “shows how determined” Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to combat tax evasion, corruption and black money. French Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Development Jean-Marc Ayrault also hailed the “significant reforms” undertaken by Modi to attract foreign investments, saying “they are in the right direction”. Appreciating the ‘Make in India’ initiative, he told PTI in an interview that France “wishes to be a major partner, thanks to its experience, expertise and recognised…

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Donald Trump hits back at Meryl Streep over her Golden Globes’ speech

09 January (ANI): In an epic clash of the titans which is escalating by the minute, Donald Trump gave it back to acting legend Meryl Streep for taking on him at the Golden Globes awards by branding her as one of the most “over-rated actresses” in Hollywood who was attacking without know him. Taking to Twitter, the President-elect of the United States said, “Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood, doesn’t know me but attacked last night at the Golden Globes. She is a Hillary flunky who…

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Former Chinese Diplomat asks China to adjust it’s stand on Masood Azhar

From K J M Varma Beijing, Jan 6 (PTI) In a rare dissent against official policy, a former Chinese diplomat who served in India has sought change in China’s repeated efforts to block India’s bid to slap a UN ban on JeM leader Masood Azhar arguing that he is a terrorist and Beijing should “adjust” its stand accordingly. In his lengthy blog on social media WeChat public account about the India-China stalemate over Azhar, Mao Siwei – who previously served as China’s Consul General in Kolkata – said China should…

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Man Arrested For Passing Racist Comments To Two Indians

Sydney: A 42-year-old man has been kicked off a plane after his alleged mid-air racist tirade against two Indian passengers. The United flight from Sydney to San Francisco had to be diverted to Auckland on the New Year’s Day due to the man’s unruly behavior. He was later arrested after the flight landed. The American passenger reportedly first shouted at the two passengers who have been described as “of Indian descent” who were seated on either side of him. He then called an air hostess and complained of the men…

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