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Freedom Of Speech And Expression Most Abused, Says SC On ‘Fake News’ On Tablighi Jamaat

Oct 08, 2020 PTI

The Supreme Court sought an affidavit from the I&B secretary with details of steps taken in the past to stop motivated media reporting in such cases.

'Inch Towards Miles'

Sep 16, 2014 Media

Transcript of Prime Minister’s Interaction with Chinese media organizations


'Disappointed That Pakistan Sought To Make A Spectacle...'

"While Japan is the ‘land of the rising sun’; India is the land of the ‘shining sun’," said the PM as he took questions from the Japanese media, his first media interaction since assuming office

'PM Underlined Our Concerns Relating To Terrorism'

May 27, 2014 Media

'It was conveyed that Pakistan must abide by its commitment to prevent its territory and territory under its control from being used for terrorism against India'


'The Next Prime Minister Will Be From The UPA Coalition'

The PM rules out a third term for himself and says: 'It will be disastrous for the country to have Shri Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister.'

17 November, 2013

'No Regret That I’m Leaving Cricket'

Media

In his first post-retirement press conference the cricketing legend speaks on the decision to retire, the emotional speech and moments on the ground yesterday, and the future.


24 October, 2013

'I Am Not Above The Law Of The Land'

Media

'If there is anything that the CBI, or for that matter, anybody wants to ask, I have nothing to hide,' says the PM


01 October, 2013

'There Is No Question Of Resigning'

Media

'I will discuss these matters [Ordinance] with Mr Rahul Gandhi... These are all matters which are discussed before the highest body, the core group of the Congress Party. The Cabinet discussed this matter twice, not once.'


07 September, 2013

' Rahul Gandhiji Would Be An Ideal Choice For The Prime Minister’s Position'

Media

'I would be very happy to work for the Congress party under the leadership of Mr. Rahul Gandhi,' says the PM as he also keeps open the question of an alliance with Mamata Banerjee


04 September, 2013

'I Didn’t Set A Red Line; The World Set A Red Line'

Media

On military action against Syria: 'My credibility is not on the line. The international community’s credibility is on the line. And America and Congress’s credibility is on the line...'


31 May, 2013

'No Difference Of Opinion Between Me And The Congress President'

Media

This time the PM ducks the question about a third term, but says " the obstructionist role of the opposition has increased enormously in recent years."


20 May, 2013

' The Fact Is That The Boundary Issue Is A Complicated Issue'

Media

'The agreement between the leaders was that this needed detailed examination. And that is really what they left, they charged the Special Representatives with that'


28 March, 2013

'Our Government Will Complete Full Five Years'

Media

Would Mulayam withdraw support? 'I cannot deny that those possibilities exist,' the PM says. But would he accept the third term, if pressed? 'These are all hypothetical questions. We will cross that bridge, when we reach there'


18 March, 2013

'We Will Cross The Bridge When We Come To It'

Media

The MEA official spokesperson on the resolution on Sri Lanka, the provisions of the Vienna Convention and being bound by the directives of the SC on the Italian ambassador


09 January, 2013

'It Is Important That We Take A Responsible Position'

Media

'We have to be careful that forces that are attempting to derail all the good work that has been done towards normalization should not be successful.'


09 January, 2013

'Very, Very Deep Concern'

Media

Relevant excerpt from the Joint Media Interaction of External Affairs Minister and Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister


31 August, 2012

'I Hope The Opposition Will See Sense'

Media

'If the BJP feels that the majority cannot be trusted to govern the affairs of this country and they would like to run it their way that is a total negation of what the democratic politics is about'


05 July, 2012

'The Biggest Confidence Building Measure Of All...'

Media

'...would be bringing the guilty to justice in the Mumbai terror attacks.' So spoke the Indian foreign secretary after meeting his Pakistani counterpart


Photo Gallery

Beneficiaries wait in queues to receive COVID-19 vaccine dose, in Hubballi.

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External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar being received at the 21st Meeting of SCO Council of Heads of State in Dushanbe.

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BJP leader and Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi participates in “Sewa Diwas”, organised to celebrate birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at a vaccination centre in Rampur.

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Members of Bhartiya Kissan Union block a road during a protest against Punjab Government in support of their demands in Patiala.

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah waters a sapling planted under the 'All India Tree Plantation Campaign-2021' by CAPF, at CRPF Training Centre in Nanded.

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