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The rapid rise of internet penetration in India, particularly in the rural regions, has the potential to utterly transform the country’s digital landscape. As the world’s largest democracy, how will this impact electoral politics?
Indian police have charged Bollywood star Kanika Kapoor, who has tested positive for coronavirus, with endangering public health by attending parties. Her case has sparked fierce debate in India as the virus continues to spread.
With China seemingly out of the coronavirus woods, the world’s second most populous nation is yet to face the worst of it. For Indian PM Narendra Modi, the coming days might be his greatest disaster… or greatest triumph.
It’s a tedious time to read Indian or Western mainstream media as it unleashes venom against PM Narendra Modi and pours scorn on ordinary people, to be gobbled up by elites. Or perhaps there’s never been a better time to read it.
This week’s editorial of the Guardian on recent violence in Delhi claims that “Modi stoked this fire.” Western media’s biases against democratically elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi is now a normal thing.
US President Donald Trump has claimed he is more popular than PM Narendra Modi on Facebook, ahead of his upcoming trip to India. A coy political maneuver or standard social media banter from the US leader?
Indian PM Narendra Modi says the Indian military could take down neighboring Pakistan within a week – 10 days at most. Both regional rivals are nuclear-armed powers.
Unlike Pakistan and the United States, India is a secular country that tolerates all religions, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has claimed, amid ongoing citizenship bill disputes.
India’s cabinet has approved the creation of a senior post that will advise the government on military issues concerning all branches of the armed forces, as well as head a new military affairs office.