After Modi’s visit, Rudra meditation cave becomes new tourist destination

From a dismal solitary booking to 78 bookings – the Rudra meditation cave in Kedarnath visited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been pre-booked for the first time, according to official figures. Continue Reading

Keen to resume ferry service with India, says Lankan Minister

Sri Lanka is keen to resume ferry service with India to boost tourism and hopes the initiative will be made before this year-end, a Sri Lankan Minister said Wednesday. Continue Reading

Chidambaram slams BJP over Article 370 abrogation in J&K

The Former union minister said the Modi government had used muscle power in the Jammu and Kashmir issue and would not have taken away the special status had it been a Hindu-dominated State. Continue Reading

Rajinikanth hails Amit Shah over j&k initiative

Top film actor Rajinikanth on Sunday lauded Union Home Minister Amit Shah for abrogating Article 370, which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, and described the Narendra Modi-Shah duo as “Krishna and Arjuna.” Continue Reading

India rejects Pakistan report claiming ready for talks

India today rejected a Pakistani media report claiming New Delhi is ready for talks with Islamabad, saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar made no such reference in their response to congratulatory messages from their counterparts in that country. Continue Reading

Will put in best efforts to serve country, says Amit Shah

Inducted in the Modi government as a Cabinet minister, BJP president Amit Shah yesterday said he will put his best efforts to serve the country and thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for reposing faith in him. Continue Reading

UP gets maximum berths in Modi 2.0 Cabinet

The second Narendra Modi-led government has the maximum representation of 10 faces from the politically crucial Uttar Pradesh, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi who represents Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency, followed by seven from Maharashtra and six from Bihar. Continue Reading