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New York Times's opinionated ad for hiring India-based business correspondent raises hackles

New Delhi/New York: Known for its virulent anti-India stance since the Modi government came to power, iconic US daily New York Times (NYT) has drawn flak after an ad it posted for recruiting a New Delhi-based "South Asia Correspondent" used the word "drama" to describe the deadly India-China border clash that claimed lives of many Indian soldiers. The ad also painted the Indian Prime Minister as one who advocates a "self-sufficient, muscular nationalism centered on the country’s Hindu majority".

Cyber attacks against India’s power grid: China rejects report

Beijing: China has refuted reports that Beijing had initiated cyber attacks against India’s power grid resulting in massive power outages.

Modi critic New York Times praises Indian PM for handling Covid-19 situation, calls him a mobiliser

New Delhi/IBNS: Known for its biting criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu nationalist political outfit BJP, US daily New York Times seems to have shifted its goalpost in its latest despatch from India, praising Modi for handling the Covid-19 crisis and calling him a "mobiliser".

PM Imran Khan's recent NYT interview on Kashmir questioned by ex-Pak diplomat Husain Haqqani

New York, Aug 26 (IBNS): At a time when the relationship between India and Pakistan touched a new low over PM Narendra Modi-led government's Kashmir move, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in an interview to The New York Times said that there was no point talking to India. However, his comments were questioned by former Pakistan ambassador to the US Husain Haqqani who felt all leaders from the Islamic nation echoed similar thoughts for decades to earn the attention of the United States.