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Modi’s Military Purchases Remain a Pipe Dream for Lockheed, Saab

Modi’s Military Purchases Remain a Pipe Dream for Lockheed, Saab

Global companies from Lockheed Martin to Sweden’s Saab AB are offering military hardware from submarines to helicopters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government as part of his $250 billion defense
India, Sri Lanka Discuss Ways to Fight Terrorism, Boost Trade

India, Sri Lanka Discuss Ways to Fight Terrorism, Boost Trade

Narendra Modi, India's prime minister, with Mahinda Rajapaksa, Sri Lanka's prime minister, pose for photographers at Hyderabad House in New Delhi, India, on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020.
Germany Shaken by an Extremist Surprise

Germany Shaken by an Extremist Surprise

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Modi’s BJP Fights Tough Election Battle for Control of Delhi

Modi’s BJP Fights Tough Election Battle for Control of Delhi

Polls have opened in Delhi’s bitterly contested state election, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party in a tough fight to reclaim the capital region, marking the first major test
Modi Announces Formation of Trust to Build Contentious Temple

Modi Announces Formation of Trust to Build Contentious Temple

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced the establishment of a trust to build a temple for the Hindu God Ram in the northern town of Ayodhya, where a 16th century mosque was razed in 1992.
India’s Modi Calls Protests Against New Law a ‘Distraction’

India’s Modi Calls Protests Against New Law a ‘Distraction’

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday called the protests against his government’s citizenship law a political diversion meant to distract voters, ahead of a bitterly contested state election
Modi’s Budget Falls Short as Focus Shifts to RBI Meeting

Modi’s Budget Falls Short as Focus Shifts to RBI Meeting

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second budget in seven months disappointed investors who were hoping for big-bang stimulus to revive growth in Asia’s third-largest economy.
Britain’s Out of Europe, Trump’s Set for Acquittal: Weekend Reads

Britain’s Out of Europe, Trump’s Set for Acquittal: Weekend Reads

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Winners and Losers: Who Got What in India’s Federal Budget

Winners and Losers: Who Got What in India’s Federal Budget

There’s a lot riding on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s budget this fiscal year. Once the world’s fastest growing economy, India is now trying to restart economic growth that’s dipped to an 11-year
India Refutes ‘Unfounded’ Criticism About Government’s GDP Data

India Refutes ‘Unfounded’ Criticism About Government’s GDP Data

India rejected a growing view among the global investment community and economic commentators that data measuring country’s gross domestic product growth was inflated.
Netanyahu Recruits Trump, Putin for Election

Netanyahu Recruits Trump, Putin for Election

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Lone Shooter Opens Fire at Protest Against India Citizenship Law

Lone Shooter Opens Fire at Protest Against India Citizenship Law

A lone shooter opened fired at a prominent site of protests against India’s contentious religion-based citizenship law in the capital New Delhi, wounding one person on Thursday.
Lighthizer to Talk Trade Deal With India Before Trump Visit

Lighthizer to Talk Trade Deal With India Before Trump Visit

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer will be in India in the second week of February to finalize a trade deal ahead of President Donald Trump’s expected visit, according to people with
The Officials Working Behind the Scenes on India’s Budget

The Officials Working Behind the Scenes on India’s Budget

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a keen interest in the preparation of the government’s upcoming budget to help spur growth in Asia’s third-largest economy.
India Celebrates Republic Day With Military Parade

India Celebrates Republic Day With Military Parade

Thousands of Indians converged on a ceremonial boulevard in the capital amid tight security to celebrate the Republic Day on Sunday, which marks the 1950 anniversary of the country’s democratic
Modi’s Nationalism Masks a Bad Economy, Protesters Say

Modi’s Nationalism Masks a Bad Economy, Protesters Say

The contentious legislation on citizenship was effectively just a tipping point for the millennials who took to the streets.
U.S. Calls for Release of Kashmir Leaders Held ‘Without Charge’

U.S. Calls for Release of Kashmir Leaders Held ‘Without Charge’

The U.S. urged India to release political leaders detained without charge in its portion of Kashmir and to grant American diplomats regular access to the restive region.
Singapore, Hong Kong and India All Slip in Democracy Rankings

Singapore, Hong Kong and India All Slip in Democracy Rankings

Singapore, Hong Kong and India have all dropped in a new ranking of democracies around the world, with violent protests and threats to civil liberties challenging freedoms across Asia.
India Top Court to Examine Challenge to New Citizenship Law

India Top Court to Examine Challenge to New Citizenship Law

India’s top court is set to examine petitions challenging the constitutional validity of a new law that introduced religion-based criteria for citizenship in the world’s largest democracy, sparking a
India’s Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Vodafone’s Plea Over Payments

India’s Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Vodafone’s Plea Over Payments

India’s top court agreed to hear a plea by Bharti Airtel Ltd. and Vodafone Idea Ltd. seeking more time to negotiate terms of payment for the $7 billion the two operators owe the government in