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Significant Infrastructure Milestones: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sheikh Hasina's Joint Inauguration

Significant Infrastructure Milestones: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sheikh Hasina’s Joint Inauguration

The collaboration between India and Bangladesh reached another pinnacle as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart, Sheikh Hasina, came together in a momentous virtual inauguration on Wednesday. The event marked the unveiling of three remarkable development projects significantly bolstered by the Indian government’s assistance. Akhaura-Agartala Cross-Border Rail Link The Akhaura-Agartala Cross-Border Rail Link …

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Potential APEC Skip: PM Modi Unlikely to Attend India-US 2+2 Meeting on November 10

Potential APEC Skip: PM Modi Unlikely to Attend India-US 2+2 Meeting on November 10

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin will travel to India next week for the 5th2+2 Ministerial Dialogue that the government will host on November 10. The Dialogue is expected to see the 2 countries reaffirming their commitment to their global partnership and Indo-Pacific cooperation amid increasing geopolitical tensions, and …

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Mahua Moitra Urges Lok Sabha Speaker for Security Measures Following Apple Alerts Sent to Opposition MPs

Mahua Moitra Urges Lok Sabha Speaker for Security Measures Following Apple Alerts Sent to Opposition MPs

  NEW DELHI: TMC Member of Parliament Mahua Moitra penned a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Wednesday, highlighting alerts received by numerous opposition leaders concerning possible “state-sponsored” threats targeting their iPhones. Moitra urged for measures to ensure their protection, allowing them to fulfil their duties. The Krishnanagar MP described this alleged “illegal …

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Supreme Court won't study validity of corporate poll funds | India News

Supreme Court won’t study validity of corporate poll funds | India News

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to examine the soundness of corporate funding of political parties while determining the validity of the contentious electoral bond route of anonymous donations by big companies, a policy which petitioners claimed had conferred huge financial advantage on parties in office at the Centre and states during elections. …

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