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Stories By Smita Prakash

8 STORIES

  • 1
    22 Jul 2014 Tue

    India's Congress party in crisis

    The opposition Congress party in India is facing a revolt among regional leaders -- they are upset at the perceived autocracy of the party's top brass and the decision making that led to the electoral wipe-out earlier this year.

  • 2
    17 Jul 2014 Thu

    Indian journalist's interview with 'terrorist' sparks controversy

    The limits of media freedom are being debated in India after a freelance journalist interviewed one of India's most wanted terrorists in Pakistan.

  • 3
    03 Jul 2014 Thu

    Video India budget expected to address high youth unemployment

    Solutions to address the issue of unemployment in India are expected to be shared at the Narendra Modi-led government's first budget on July 10. According to government data, almost a quarter of the young are jobless.

  • 4
    16 Jun 2014 Mon

    Modi speaks of improving India-Bhutan ties

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday addressed the joint session of the Bhutanese Parliament, where he spoke about India-Bhutan relations and how the two countries could go forward and take their relationship to a new high.

  • 5
    09 Jun 2014 Mon

    China's Wang Yi meets Indian PM, president

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi ended his two-day visit to the Indian capital to build relations with the newly-elected Indian government on Monday.

  • 6
    26 May 2014 Mon

    India's Modi set to be inaugurated at grand ceremony

    India's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which won the 2014 election with a record margin, has invited thousands of people, including foreign heads of government and celebrities for the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi and his cabinet.

  • 7
    23 May 2014 Fri

    Modi's inauguration invitations draw criticism

    The invitation list to Indian prime minister-elect Narendra Modi's oath-taking ceremony has drawn criticism, with some experts feeling that the presence of foreign dignitaries at the usually domestic event could overshadow its political significance for India.

  • 8
    09 May 2014 Fri

    Modi, Kejriwal fight for Varanasi votes with different campaign styles

    As India approaches the final days of its election, all eyes are on the central Indian city of Varanasi. There, Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is up against the Common Man Party's Arvind Kejriwal.