India's right-wing government invoked a 'state emergency' law to ban the BBC documentary that holds Narendra Modi responsible for the 2002 riots, in which more than 2000 people were killed.
The documentary investigates claims that Narendra Modi was ultimately responsible for the anti-Muslim massacres in 2002.
The docuseries criticising PM Narendra Modi’s approach towards Muslims focuses on his role in an organised massacre against the Muslim minority in 2002.
The government has been involved in tussles with various platforms when they failed to heed demands that certain content or accounts be taken down for allegedly spreading misinformation.
“Beginning of cruise service on River Ganga is a landmark moment. It will herald a new age of tourism in India,” says PM Modi
India's ruling BJP party members burn effigies of Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari who called India's Hindu nationalist PM Narendra Modi "Butcher of Gujarat."
Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bhutto Zardari says his country has lost far more lives to terrorism and that he himself was a victim after India accused its neighbour of "harbouring militants."
Right-wing party's legislative win solidifies the prime minister's influence ahead of the 2024 polls, but he continues to face stiff competition from other political blocs including Congress.
Exit polls suggest that in the Indian provincial elections in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state Gujarat, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is ahead.
Mallikarjun Kharge, a former railways and labour minister who is from the low-caste Dalit community, was born five years before independence and is widely believed to have the backing of both Sonia and Rahul Gandhi.
Test of "nuclear deterrence capability" makes India one of six countries -- alongside US, UK, Russia, France and China -- with nuclear strike and counterstrike capabilities on land, sea and air.
"Modi regime denied him [Altaf Ahmed Shah] treatment despite knowing he was a cancer patient. Custodial killings are the norm in Modi's India," says Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif.
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