March 31, 2023 12:33 (IST)
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Indore: 4 die in temple stepwell collapse incident, 19 rescued | Mamata calls DA protesters 'thieves', says they received jobs 'unethically' during Left era | Lalit Modi threatens to sue Rahul Gandhi in UK court | US: Two army helicopters crash during training in Kentucky | Pakistan: Four killed, six injured in attacks on police in Lakki Marwat

Ready to live under Narendra Modi's rule: Pakistani citizen tells Youtuber in viral video

Pakistani Youtuber Sana Amjad's recent video showed a man attacking PM Shehbaz Sharif over the current situation in the country and even wished if Narendra Modi was the head of the nation then they would have been able to buy goods at reasonable price.

We are deeply saddened by tragic Yeti Airlines crash in Pokhara: US Embassy

Washington/Kathmandu: The US government has mourned the loss of lives in the Yeti Airlines plane crash in Pokhara city of Nepal.

Russian President Vladimir Putin appreciates Indian talent

Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin has appreciated India by calling its citizens as "talented" and "driven".

Japan PM Fumio Kishida tests COVID-19 positive 

Tokyo: Japan PM Fumio Kishida has tested COVID-19 positive, media reports said on Sunday.

Buddhist monks express gratitude to Indian Government for providing humanitarian assistance to Sri Lanka

Colombo: A group of high-ranking Buddhist monks has appreciated the Indian government for providing humanitarian assistance to Sri Lanka amidst the country’s ongoing economic and political crisis.

Ex-Zambia president Kenneth Kaunda dies, PM Modi mourns

Lusaka/UNI: Zambia's first president Dr Kenneth David Kaunda passed away at the age of 97.

‘Desire peaceful, cooperative relations’: Pakistan PM Imran Khan writes to Indian PM Modi

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan wrote to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stating that the people of Pakistan also “desire peaceful, cooperative relations with all neighbors, including India”.

Bangladesh seeks early agreement with India on Teesta water-sharing

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina sought the implementation Teesta water-sharing agreement and steps to bring down the "border incidents" to zero as she held extensive talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the latter's two-day visit to the country with which his government is seeking to intensify ties and forger a closer multi-dimensional partnership.

Narendra Modi won minds and hearts of people: Bangladeshi Minister says over vaccine delivery

Dhaka: A senior Bangladeshi minister has appreciated Indian PM Narendra Modi and said he has won the hearts and minds of the people in the South Asian nation.

Indian PM Modi begins Bangladesh tour, hails country's 'remarkable' development under Hasina

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Dhaka on Friday for a two-state visit to Bangladesh which is also celebrating the golden jubilee of its independence. This visit is the first foreign visit undertaken by Modi since the Covid-19 crisis.

Bangladesh: Bangabandhu’s birth anniversary, golden jubilee of independence celebrations start

Dhaka: Bangladesh on Wednesday started 10-day celebration of 50 years of its independence and birth anniversary of founding father Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen invites leaders of five nations to visit on Independence Day

Dhaka/UNI: Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen on Monday called five leaders of neighbouring countries to join Bangladesh’s Independence Golden Jubilee and Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s Birth Centenary celebrations despite the coronavirus pandemic.

White House security adviser says Quad leaders discussed cyber attacks

Washington/Sputnik: The leaders of the so-called Quad countries discussed the issue of cyber attacks during talks conducted earlier in the day, US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said on Friday.

'Situation concerning, Canada will defend rights of peaceful protesters': Justin Trudeau on India's farmers agitation

Ottawa/New Delhi/IBNS: In a first international reaction to the massive protests by farmers against the new farm laws enacted by the Narendra Modi government, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday said his country will "defend the rights of peaceful protesters".

WHO chief Tedros congratulates Joe Biden on election victory, calls for joint fight against pandemic

Zurich/UNI: World Health Organization Head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Sunday congratulated Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris on their victory in the US presidential election and noted the importance of joint fight against COVID-19.