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By Aditi Khanna
London, Jul 17 (PTI) India and the UK have discussed key issues such as extradition, counter-terrori
Hamburg: Wrapping up his second European tour, President Donald Trump and Asian allies searched
By Aditi Khanna
London, Jul 12 (PTI) India is among the countries ready to forge an "ambitious" new trading relation
By H S Rao
London, Jul 11 (PTI) Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi today arrived in London for talks with British o
New Delhi, Jul 10 (PTI) Union home secretary Rajiv Mehrishi today left for London for talks between India and Britain on i
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By Barun Jha
Hamburg, Jul 8 (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today pressed
By Barun Jha
Hamburg, Jul 8 (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today pressed upon his British counterpart Theresa Ma
New Delhi, Jun 26 (PTI) The Congress said today abusing the opposition on foreign land has become the government's "foreig
New Delhi, Jun 26 (PTI) When Prime Minister Narendra Modi boasts about his government's "blot-free" three years
Jaipur, June 24 (PTI) In a severe jolt to former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi, the newly elected executive of Rajasthan Cri
Ramesh Srivats is in top form again and dreams up the following scenario which, he says, contains not a modi-cum of truth:
There’s a politically charged atmosphere in the room. All the leading reporters of India are babbling excitedly. Two of India’s most reputed administrators have called for a press conference. Rumours abound that a new political party is to be launched.
With Congress continuing to have congress with the public, BJP neither helping the Bharatiya Janata nor allowing anybody to Party, and thinking having left all leftist thinkers, the time seems ripe for a new formation.
In walks Narendra Modi in a spotless kurta-pajama and Lalit Modi in a spotted tie and his (only?) grey suit. There’s an eager silence as Lalit Modi unfolds a (thankfully) small piece of paper and reads from it…
I, Lalit Modi & he, Narendra Modi, have realized that we are India’s most capable administrators. We have, therefore, decided to launch a new political party – Modisattva. The party will work for peace, prosperity & high TRPs. I hereby declare the Modisattva party open. Any questions folks?
Reporter : Hi, I’m from the Pioneer, so I’ll ask the first question, heh heh. So, Mr. Modi, why have you decided to leave the BJP? And you Mr. Lalit Modi. Why are you leaving the IPL?
Narendra Modi : Well, for a party that calls itself right-wing, the BJP is getting too many things wrong. Our terrorism plank backfired. We tried Ram and got rammed. In fact, the elections results were such a joke that the party is now in splits. I believe it’s time to move on.
Lalit Modi : As for me, I’ve not really left the IPL. After all Mr. Narendra Modi here is Indian and he wants to be a Premier who’s in a League of his own. So it’s all the same thing. Basically, I’m a Commissioner. Where there is commission, there there is Modi.