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Nirav Modi faces fresh FIR for using at least half-a-dozen Indian passports 17.6.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Nirav Modi faces fresh FIR for using at least half-a-dozen Indian passports
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Nirav Modi faces fresh FIR for using multiple Indian passports 17.6.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
Agencies probing the alleged $2-billion PNB fraud have detected that absconding diamond merchant Nirav Modi possessed at least half-a-dozen Indian p
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Nirav Modi may face fresh FIR for using multiple Indian passports 17.6.2018 Hindu: National
Agencies probing the alleged $2-billion PNB fraud have detected that absconding diamond merchant Nirav Modi possessed at least half-a-dozen Indian p
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Islands apart: on India-Maldives ties 14.6.2018 Hindu: Health
Ties between India and the Maldives have nosedived, to the benefit of neither
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Maldives not hiring Indians, happens when foreign policy is about photo ops: Rahul Gandhi attacks Narendra Modi government 14.6.2018 Zee News : India National
Maldives, once one of our closest allies & beneficiary of massive aid, is cancelling Indian work visas, tweeted Rahul Gandhi.
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Return of illegal immigrants: Sushma Swaraj stopped Narendra Modi from signing pact with U.K. 12.6.2018 Hindu: Home
The decision by the government to pull out of the agreement just three months after Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju had signed an MoU on the return of illegal immigrants has led to growing tensions between Britain and India.
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No longer seeing eye to eye? 6.6.2018 Hindu: Opinion
With India recalibrating its relations with other powers, the India-U.S. equation is not quite balancing out
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Rahul cites media report on 'kickbacks' to def ministry officials, asks PM to act 31.5.2018 General News
Congress President Rahul Gandhi today urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take "immediate action" against corrupt officials, citing a media report alleging that Ukraine is probing kickbacks worth crores paid to India's Defence Ministry officials for an aircraft spares deal. Tagging the report by a newspaper, Gandhi tweeted, "Ministry Of Defence, India (MODI) officials, accused of making millions of $'s in kickbacks via Dubai by Ukrainian Govt. in AN32 deal." "Modi ji, as our self proclaimed chokidar, I urge you to take immediate action against your corrupt MODI officials," he said on Twitter, using the hashtag 'BJPDefenceScam'. Ukraine is investigating alleged kickbacks to the tune of USD 2.6 million (Rs 17.55 crore) in India's purchase of spares for military transport aircraft An-32 in which its Anti-Corruption Bureau suspects the involvement of Indian Defence Ministry officials, the report alleged.
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India, Indonesia ties elevated to Comprehensive Strategic Partnership 31.5.2018 Rediff: News
The 2 countries signed 15 agreements including one on defence cooperation after Prime Minister Narendra Modi held 'productive discussions' with President Joko Widodo.
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India asks U.K. to extradite Vijay Mallya, Lalit Modi 30.5.2018 Hindu: Rx
India also sought their help in locating diamond merchant Nirav Modi who is said to have been planning for an asylum in the U.K.
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India, Indonesia elevate ties 30.5.2018 Hindu: Rx
15 agreements signed, including one to boost defence cooperation.
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PM Modi announces 30-day free visa for Indonesian citizens 30.5.2018 General News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced a 30-day free visa for Indonesian citizens and invited the diaspora to travel to their country of origin to experience the 'New India'. Addressing a gathering of Indian diaspora at the Jakarta Convention Centre in the Indonesian capital, Modi said, "not only do the names of our nations rhyme but also there is a distinct rhythm in the India-Indonesia friendship." "We will grant free of cost visa for Indonesian citizens for travel of up to 30 days," Modi said, amid applause. "Many of you may never have been to India. I invite you all to come to India for the Kumbh in Prayag next year," Modi told the gathering. Kumbh Mela is one of the largest human congregations on the Earth. Taking a dig at the previous governments, Modi said his first priority as a government was to make the country corruption free, citizen-centric and development friendly. "Our government, has been making India ready according to the need and expectations of the 21st ...
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Following are the top foreign stories at 17:00 Hours 30.5.2018 General News
Following are the top foreign stories at 17:00 Hours: FGN32 PM-2NDLD INDONESIA India, Indonesia ties elevated to Comprehensive Strategic Partnership Jakarta: India and Indonesia elevate their bilateral ties to Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and called for freedom of navigation in the Indo-Pacific region as they signed 15 agreements including one on defence cooperation after Prime Minister Narendra Modi held "productive discussions" with President Joko Widodo. FGN24 PM-INDONESIA-MOSQUE Modi, Widodo vist Istiqlal Mosque Jakarta: Prime Minister Narendra Modi pay a visit to Indonesia's grand Istiqlal Mosque, the largest in Southeast Asia, during his first official visit to the country. FGN22 PM-INDONESIA-CHARIOT Modi, Widodo vist Arjuna Chariot statue Jakarta: Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the Arjuna Wijaya Chariot statue, one of the iconic monuments in the heart of the Indonesian capital Jakarta, during his first official visit to the key East Asian country. FGN20 ...
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My govt's first priority to make India corruption free: PM Modi in Jakarta 30.5.2018 General News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, while addressing the Indian Diaspora in Jakarta, threw light on the government's first priority, which is to make India corruption free, citizen-centric and development friendly."Our first priority as a government is to make the country corruption free, citizen-centric and development friendly," Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the Indian community in Jakarta.Highlighting "strong" bilateral relationship between both the countries, the visiting Prime Minister noted that not only do the names of the two nations rhyme but also there is a distinct rhythm in the India-Indonesia friendship."Both India and Indonesia have a sensitive outlook when it comes to helping those in need. We do not see the colour of anyone's passport, we help our fellow humans who require any assistance," he added.The Prime Minister used the opportunity to announce that India is making arrangements for free of cost visa for Indonesian citizens for travel of up to 30 ...
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India seeks UK help in extradition of Mallya, Lalit Modi 30.5.2018 General News
India today sought the help of United Kingdom forearly extradition of liquor baron Vijay Mallya and former IPL honcho Lalit Modi andin locating diamantaire Nirav Modiduring the third Indo-UK home affairs dialogue here, officials said. New Delhi also asked London not to allow the British territory to be used for anti-India activities by Kashmiri and Khalistani separatists. "We have sought the help of the authorities in the UK in extradition of our wanted persons. The process is on and everyone knows because of our proactive action, Mallya had to go to a court in the UK," an official privy to the two-hour long meeting here. While the Indian delegation was led by Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba, the UK team was led byPatsy Wilkinson. Issues related to Mallya, Lalit Modi and Nirav Modi figured in the meeting, official said. India also sought the UK's assistance in extradition of alleged cricket bookie Sanjiv Kapur andlegal help in prosecution of 16 other alleged criminals. Mallya, facing
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Indonesians to get free 30-day Indian visa: Modi in Jakarta 30.5.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced a 30-day free visa for Indonesian citizens and invited the Indian diaspora to visit India during the Kumbh in 2019.
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India, Indonesia scale up ties to Strategic Partnership: PM declares 30-day free visa 30.5.2018 Central Chronicle
Jakarta, Making a significant forward march in bilateral relationship, India and Indonesia on Wednesday pledged to work as more dependable partners upgrading the ties to Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and also pledged to emerge as a united force of stability in the region. Both sides also adopted a ‘Shared Vision of India-Indonesia Maritime Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific’ […]
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In his first visit to Indonesia, PM Modi gifts 30-day free visa and Kumbh Mela invite 30.5.2018 DNA: Top News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced a 30-day free visa for Indonesian citizens and invited the diaspora to travel to their country of origin to experience the 'New India'. Addressing a gathering of Indian diaspora at the Jakarta Convention Centre in the Indonesian capital, PM Modi said, "not only do the names of our nations rhyme but also there is a distinct rhythm in the India-Indonesia friendship." "We will grant free of cost visa for Indonesian citizens for travel of up to 30 days," PM Modi said, amid applause. "Many of you may never have been to India. I invite you all to come to India for the Kumbh in Prayag next year," PM Modi told the gathering. Kumbh Mela is one of the largest human congregations on the Earth. Taking a dig at the previous governments, PM Modi said his first priority as a government was to make the country corruption free, citizen-centric and development friendly. "Our government, has been making India ready according to the need and expectations of the 21st century," he ...
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Indians in Indonesia miss eating basmati rice, bhujia sev; MEA says will look into it 30.5.2018 DNA: Top News
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Wednesday said it will look into the non-availability of certain Made in India products such as condiments, basmati rice, Indian tea, and Bhujia in Indonesia. A number of Indian citizens had complained and lamented that they missed seeing these products on the shelves of department stores for the past year. Speaking to WION, Preeti Saran, Secretary (East), MEA said that the ministry would look into the issue and address all the issues. Saran added that trade ministers from both nations meet once a year to look into these issues. She, however, maintained that this issue was not specific to the Indian diaspora in Indonesia. “Sometimes it also depends on the size of the community,” she said. The MEA official also said that the government is working towards liberalizing the visa regime to facilitate greater people to people contact between India and Indonesia. A number of Indians living in the southeast Asian nation also return home for medical treatment for want of ...
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India resists lobbying by U.S. payment firms to ease local data storage rules 30.5.2018 Hindu: Fitness
RBI resisting pressure from US firms on data localisation, feels move necessary for security and safety of data
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