India rejected “biased and motivated,” comments made by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) about the country in its annual report that had yet again proposed to blacklist New Delhi and urged it to develop a better understanding of India.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida arrived in India on a two-day visit on Monday (India time). Kishida will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also deliver a speech on Japan’s Indo-Pacific strategy and its new defense posture. Fifteen years ago PM Shinzo Abe first spoke about Indo-Pacific cooperation during his visit to Delhi.
Hungarian American billionaire investor George Soros may bolster the electoral prospects of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
By wading into India’s choppy political waters and saying that Modi’s “stranglehold” on the country’s government could be weakening in the wake of the devastating allegations of a variety of fraudulent corporate practices by the embattled business tycoon Gautam Adani’s empire, Soros may cause precisely the opposite effect to what he had intended.
In banning the British Broadcasting Corporation’s (BBC) much reviled and equally celebrated documentary ‘India: The Modi Question’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has only managed to lend it weight it may not necessarily deserve.