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Narendra Modi is now followed by over 90 million netizens on Twitter, more than US President Joe Biden

New Delhi: Indian PM Narendra Modi's Twitter account is currently followed by 90.2 million netizens, making him one of the most followed active politicians on the micro-blogging site. He is way ahead of  world leaders like US president Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

Donald Trump mocks Anthony Fauci for advice on mask-wearing

Washington/UNI: Former US President Donald Trump has criticized US top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci for being inconsistent in his advice on COVID-19.

BJP is like Donald Trump: Mamata Banerjee

Kolkata/IBNS: Lashing out at her prime challenger Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday equated the saffron brigade with outgoing US President President Donald Trump who had refused to concede defeat for a long time.

Donald Trump defamed Republican Party’s name: Union Minister Ramdas Athawale

Guwahati/IBNS: Union minister Ramdas Athawale said that US president Donald Trump has defamed the name of the Republican Party, in a reaction to the Capitol Hill violence.

Narendra Modi is now most followed active politician on Twitter after ban on Trump's account

New Delhi: Indian PM Narendra Modi added one more feather to his crown when he emerged as the most followed active politician on Twitter.

Democratic process cannot be subverted through unlawful protests: PM Modi over riot in US Capitol

New Delhi/IBNS: Reacting to the riot in the US Capitol by the supporters of outgoing US President Donald Trump, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said the democratic process cannot be "subverted through unlawful protests".

US President Donald Trump presents PM Modi with 'Legion of Merit'

Washington/IBNS: US President Donald Trump on Monday presented Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the country's top honour 'Legion of Merit' for his leadership in elevating the strategic partnership of the two countries.

Donald Trump faltered but PM Modi saved country from coronavirus: JP Nadda

Patna/IBNS: Amid the counting of votes for the US Presidential election, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda on Thursday claimed that what President Donald Trump failed was achieved by PM Narendra Modi as the latter "saved the country" of 1.3 billion people from coronavirus.

Not how you talk about friends: Joe Biden slams Donald Trump for calling India 'filthy'

Washington/IBNS: White House challenger Joe Biden has slammed President Donald Trump for calling India 'filthy' just days before the US presidential elections.

'Look at India. The air is filthy': Trump shifts blame on climate change in presidential debate

Washington/New Delhi/IBNS: United States President Donald Trump called out India, China and Russia for pumping "filthy" air in the environment while taking on Democrat rival Joe Biden's, attacking him for his views on tackling climate change and defending his own walk out from the Paris accord.

PM Modi wishes speedy recovery of Donald Trump, Melania Trump from Covid-19

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished speedy recovery of US President Donald Trump and the First Lady of the country Melania Trump from Covid-19.

Donald Trump describes border row between India and China as 'very nasty', offers to mediate

Washington: US President Donald Trump on Friday described the growing conflict between India and China at the border as a 'very nasty situation'.

Donald Trump condoles demise of India's 'great leader' Pranab Mukherjee

Washington/IBNS: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday consoled the demise of India's former President Pranab Mukherjee.

Indian techie sworn-in as US citizen at White House ceremony in presence of Donald Trump

Washington/IBNS: An Indian software engineer was sworn in as an American citizen along with four other immigrants in a rare naturalisation ceremony at the White House, which was presided over by US President Donald Trump.

'We simply have no choice': TikTok sues Trump administration over allegations of security concerns

Washington/IBNS: Makers of video-sharing app TikTok have said they have no choice but to sue the Trump administration over an executive order banning its operations and alleged that its "extensive efforts" to protect the privacy and security of TikTok’s US user data have been ignored, said a Reuters report.