Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to leave for the United States on the September 26 and the tickets for his community reception at the Madison Square Garden in New York City is already sold out.
Responding to a question Prime minister Narendra Modi said that if anyone thinks Indian Muslims will dance to their tune, they are delusional. Indian Muslims will live for India, they will die for India - they will not want anything bad for India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will highlight the need to bring an end to open defecation during an event here that will be attended by over a dozen world leaders including UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
Microsoft founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates today called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and lauded his focus on sanitation and the ambitious scheme to bring the poor people under the banking system through the Jan Dhan Yojana.
Has Prime Minister Narendra Modi realised the worth of Indian Muslims only after the bashing the BJP took in the recently concluded by-polls, Urfan Mulla, a Congress spokesperson and the head of the state Urdu Academy asked on Friday.
The tussle over sharing of seats for the forthcoming assembly elections in Maharashtra now threatens the 25-year-old ties between Shiv Sena and the BJP with reports on Friday suggesting that the two parties have decided to go alone in the electoral battle.
Taking potshots at the Narendra Modi government over its talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping, the Congress on Friday said good relations are important but not at the cost of "security and dignity".
Questioning the timing of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement ahead of his US visit that Indian Muslims will live and die for India, Congress on Friday wondered whether BJP and its other leaders adhere to it.
Endorsing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks "appreciating" the patriotic spirit of Indian Muslims, BJP on Friday said he has spoken "from his heart" what he and the party always believed in and it will send an important message that will strengthen the nation.
Pronouncing foreign leaders` names is a headache for newsreaders the world over but on Friday it proved the downfall of one Indian newscaster, who mistook the visiting Chinese president`s name for the Roman numeral XI, calling him "Eleven Jinping" on air.