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  1. "We want all of this to end as soon as possible," Putin says in response to Modi's comment over Ukraine war
  2. Indian govt statement did not say whether Modi would hold bilateral talks with Putin, Xi or PM Shehbaz Sharif
  3. Critics say Modi's government has sought to pressure activists and rights groups by heavily scrutinising their finances
  4. "We extend our heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims, injured and all those affected by this natural calamity," says Modi
  5. UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed al-Nahyan receives India's PM Narendra Modi at Abu Dhabi airport
  6. Indian PM?s anti-Sikh policies will be exposed to G7 leaders, says Sikhs For Justice official
  7. Singapore cites concerns over its ?potential to cause enmity between different communities?
  8. All Parties Hurriyat Conference gives call for strike; AJK PM Sardar Ilyas says protests will be held in Islamabad and AJK
  9. Sources says PM Shehbaz Sharif has responded to the congratulatory letter written by Narendra Modi
  10. PM Shehbaz Sharif thanks PM Modi for good wishes, says Pakistan desires peaceful and cooperative ties with India
  11. "India desires peace and stability in a region free of terror," Modi says in his congratulatory message to Shehbaz
  12. US national security adviser says country will not set any "red line" for India on its energy imports from Russia
  13. Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi has been vindicated after the Mumbai High Court gave him a clean chit in the IPL Media Rights case. After getting the decision in his favour, Lalit Modi has threatened to take the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to the court. Living in exile in the UK, Lalit Modi was the mastermind behind the IPL and he has been banned for life by the BCCI since 2013 for financial irregularities. Banned by #BCCI for life, Lalit Modi files nomination for RCA election scheduled on 19th December. pic.twitter.com/HgvoWPtHKO — News9 (@News9Tweets) December 16, 2013 Modi claimed that the IPL will go on to become a big entertainment property globally, adding that he single-handedly created the IPL for free of cost. "Time is a factor, I single-handedly built the IPL. Not that I care but the BCCI banned me for life. Guess what I made recession (economic slowdown of 2008) Modi proof. Mark my words it will be a global showpiece from India. It will be a big entertainment property globally. And I did it free of cost for my country to watch on TV," Lalit Modi was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz. Modi further alleged that his children were refused entry even on a paid ticket, claiming that the board members are scared of him. He promised to go after everyone by taking them to the court. LALIT MODI READY TO SUE The Bombay High Court declared that the Rs. 425 cr facilitation fee in IPL broadcast rights was legal. Lalit Modi feels vindicated on hearing this judgement and said that he 'will sue all in UK and see the fun'.#LalitModi #IPL2022 #IPL #India pic.twitter.com/86rbHdbMiA — Negotium (@teamnegotium) March 21, 2022 "The sad part is the petty members, who live off my creation, are so scared of my shadow that they even refused entry to my children on a paid ticket. Only question now is what will media say - fugitive? Go ahead try. Now I will sue all in UK, then see the fun (sic)," Modi added. The 56-year-old businessman took to Instagram to share his thoughts after the verdict and said that justice is delivered. View this post on Instagram Modi's statement came after the Bombay High Court set aside an arbitral award that upheld BCCI's cancellation of IPL media rights to the World Sports Group India (WSGI). The High Court also stated that the facilitation fee of Rs 425 crore that led to Modi's exit from the BCCI and the IPL was legal. Justice BP Colabawala ruled that the WSGI, which initially held the IPL rights for 2008-17, helped BCCI earn Rs 1791 crore more and acted in the interest of the BCCI. The Lalit Modi vs BCCI case has been running for years and after the judgement by the Bombay High Court, it looks like the founder of the biggest cricket league in the world is set to ruffle some feathers in Indian cricket. View the full article
  14. Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files is not only a massive box office success but has also been receiving all-round acclaim from the audience, celebs and politicians alike. Recently, Mahabharat and Shaktimaan fame Mukesh Khanna watched the film and was all praise for it. Coming out of a screening of the film, he told paps that The Kashmir Files is more than a film, it depicts reality. He rated the film 10 out of 10 and went on to praise director Vivek Agnihotri and actors Darshan Kumar and Anupam Kher for their performances. © Zee Studios Khanna further slammed the government for not helping Kashmiri Pandits in 32 years of their exodus, and called out Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not fulfilling his promise about helping Kashmiri Pandits return to their land. He said, “Yeh sarkar ki galti hai main bolunga. Kya kiya sarkar ne? Mujhe yaad hai Modi ji ne 2014 mein jab jeete they toh kaha tha ki, ‘Main Hindu Panditon ko sthapit karwaunga’. Maine us waqt kaha tha agar inhonein Kashmiri Panditon ko sthapit karwa diya na yeh superhero ban jayenge. But afsos hai aath saal aur beet chuke hai abhi yeh Kashmiri Pandit apne aap ko sharanarthi maanta hai. Sharam aani chahiye humein. (This is the government's fault I’d say. What has the government done for Kashmiri Pandits? I remember Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised after his 2014 win that he will help KPs but sadly it’s been eight years and they still consider them refugees in their own country. We should be ashamed of ourselves.)” He went on to praise Vivek Agnihotri saying he did more for Kashmiri Pandits than the government of India, “Mujhe yeh film nahin lagi main ek second apni aankhein nahin hata saka. So yeh logon ko appeal kar rahi hai. Jo sarkar nahin kar saki, Vivek Agnihotri ne karke dikhaya. This is the success. People should know about this genocide. (Not even for a second I took my eyes away from the screen while watching The Kashmir Files. The film is appealing to the audience. Vivek Agnihotri did for KPs what the government couldn’t do.)” © Zee Studios He also praised the film for showing “harsh reality” and praised Darshan Kumar calling him the best performer in the film. He also slammed mainstream Bollywood celebs for not promoting the film. Watch the full video below: The Kashmir Files stars Mithun Chakraborty, Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar and Pallavi Joshi. View the full article
  15. There are few things in life that come as difficult for almost everyone I know. Waking up early in the morning on a cold winter day, accepting that pineapple can be a topping on pizza and well, decoding Subramaniam Swamy’s political allegiance. And while the former two are still things that we can somehow understand and make peace with, senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy and his thoughts continue to be a puzzle that no one is willing to solve, perhaps only acknowledge. And the recent piece of this unsolved puzzle came in the form of a nasty dig at none other than the Prime Minister of our country, Narendra Modi, wherein Swamy referred to him as a ‘political hijra’. © Twitter Before I begin to etch out the details of Swamy’s latest political jab, it’s important to know who he really is. An Indian politician, economist and statistician, who also serves as a nominated Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha, Swamy can be best described as a 'washerman’s dog'. Not because he is as loyal as a dog is touted to be, but quite the opposite - because he neither belongs to the house nor to the waterside. BJP’s strongest weapon and weakest link, Subramanian Swamy is more of a trooper than he is a politician. Choice of weapon? Strategically irksome Tweets, backed up by an army of about 10.6 million people on Twitter, that are ever-ready to side with (or not) him as and when he elects who his next target would be. And no points for guessing who it was this time. © Twitter Ever since Russia invaded Ukraine, the world is witnessing what could be the beginning of an end. With a hostile and ongoing attack on Ukraine by Russia, countries have started to rally allies for Ukraine, as tensions between Russia and the West grow stronger with every strike in Kyiv by Russian soldiers. At the same time, India is tiptoeing around the situation to protect its diplomatic relations with Russia, which is the major supplier of all of its advanced weapons. And while there has been pressure on India - political and moral, to strongly condemn and stand against the Russian aggression and attack, India has only gone as far as urging Russian President Vladimir Putin to call for ‘concerted efforts from all sides to return to the path of diplomatic negotiations.’ © Twitter Now, the thing is, I, as someone who is closely following the situation between Russia and Ukraine, can almost feel the frustration of not being able to stand for what is clearly right and wrong. However, I can also not deny how the best bet for India would be to not strain its relationship with Russia, the one country that could be crucial in order to stand up to China as it grows to become stronger each day. Subramaniam Swamy on the other hand, has a rather linear take on the matter, one where he chose to show empathy for one entire country by showing antipathy for a community in the process. Now that it is clear that what Russia has done in Ukraine violates BRICS Resolution in Delhi Declaration of last year. Will Modi have the guts to tell Putin to back off? — Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) March 1, 2022 Taking to his Twitter account, the Rajya Sabha MP wrote on Tuesday, “Now that it is clear that what Russia has done in Ukraine violates BRICS Resolution in Delhi Declaration of last year. Will Modi have the guts to tell Putin to back off?” But that is not what created an uproar. It is what came next. A Prime Minister of 1.4 billion cultured people cannot be a political hijda — Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) March 1, 2022 Replying to Swamy’s tweet, a user emphasized, “No, he’s caught between a rock and a hard place, the best is to play neutral which he is doing.” And that right there was enough to miff the political leader who went as far as saying, “A Prime Minister of 1.4 billion cultured people cannot be a political hijda.” Clearly, Subramaniam Swamy didn’t care for counting himself in the count of cultured people, after his distasteful remark. Not to mention how he went ahead to casually imply ‘hijdas’ to be weak and without a spine, as though his comment made him any different. © Twitter At this point, I am well endowed with the ‘it is what it is’ & ‘never mince your words’ trope that his tweeple army can throw at me. But what I am not clear with is how can a well-read man as himself choose to demean not just the Prime Minister of a country, but an entire marginalized community of LGBTQ+ people, simply to make a point? And poorly, at that. The fact that Subramaniam Swamy would stoop down to the level of insulting the transgenders by making that comparison is pretty telling of his concern for a set of different people in a country abroad. Charity begins at home, they say. And from a time when people would actually care for his opinion, he has now successfully sabotaged his reputation by this one final nail in his coffin, that has made people come undone in his Twitter feed. I feel this statement definitely crosses a lot of lines. Uncalled for language in political discourse. — Amit Chaudhury (@mrGlassHfEmpty) March 1, 2022And from your language, it seems that he is PM of 1.4 billion minus 1 cultured people — Crypto Geekbot (@SenegalPP) March 1, 2022I used to hold high regards for you not so far in the past. Then I came across the word opportunist. Now, hmm... Nothing. Get well soon. — ಮಂದಿರವನ್ನಲ್ಲೇ ಕಟ್ಟಲಾಗುತ್ತಿದೆ (@Kam_vasudeva) March 2, 2022“It not only disrespects the person who holds the highest position in this country but it disrespects even the LGBTQ community for using the word as a derogatory term,” wrote one user in the comments. While another one commented, “I agree with every word except that only a minuscule of the 1.4 billion people are "cultured". And this is further subject to your notion of ‘culture’”. You don’t have to use a transphobic slur while criticising him. This is extremely problematic and jeopardises the understanding of an already marginalised community. — Soumya Mishra (@soumya__mishra) March 1, 2022Hijda is the bravest person you can see in society.... What hijda faced in day to day if you were at his place you would have give up on life . They are not shy to be naked, they don't ego ... They have sometime put their self-respect and it's a daily thing. — Arvind Kumar (@antar_dwand) March 1, 2022Didn’t expect such disrespect addressed for a PM from a so called educated person ! It not only disrespects the person who holds the highest position in this country but it disrespects even the lgbtq community for using the word as a derogatory term. — Unnamed (@Ahumansvoice) March 1, 2022People also jumped to the defence of the LGBTQ+ community as they wrote, “Hijda is the bravest person you can see in society.... What hijdas face in day to day if you were at his place you would have give up on life.” Please do not refer to the prime minister as hijda. Hijdas are brave and courageous and humane people. Modi is everything but not hijda. — Ʈᥙƙ Ʈᥙƙ (भावना) (@amtuktuk) March 1, 2022I agree with every word except that only a miniscule of the 1.4 billion people are "cultured". And this is further subject to your notion of "culture". — Prof. P S Bhogal (@BhogalPS) March 1, 2022Calling out on his use of the transphobic slur, another user wrote, “You don’t have to use a transphobic slur while criticising him. This is extremely problematic and jeopardises the understanding of an already marginalised community.” Guess he didn’t see this coming, did he? The irony of wanting the PM to raise his voice for something and instigating a war of words against himself. How’s this for taking a stand, Mr Swamy? View the full article
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