New Delhi, Apr 08: India had informed the US State Department about the change in the drug policy before President Donald Trump had spoken about a possible retaliation.
India on Tuesday said that in the view of the humanitarian aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been decided that India would licence paracetamol and hydroxychloroquine in appropriate quantities to all our neighbouring countries who are dependant on our capabilities.
Sources in the Delhi Police told MyNation that the CAA violence was orchestrated and was aimed at getting wide publicity at a time when the US President was visiting India
The mask has worn out and the so called peaceful protests against the newly amended citizenship law turned violent at Delhi.
Five persons including a constable have lost their lives due to stone pelting, incidents and fire and shooting. While the Opposition is blaming the BJP for the violence, the fact of the matter is what would the party gain by inciting violence especially at a time when its government is hosting US President Donald Trump.
Ahmedabad, Feb 17: It would be ‘Namaste Trump,’ at the Motera stadium in Gujarat. The event to be held in Ahmedabad would be called as ‘Namaste Trump,’ sources familiar with the planning tell OneIndia.
Meanwhile more than 10,000 police personnel, to be led by 25 senior IPS officers, will be deployed for US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s roadshow in Gujarat on February 24, a senior official said.
New Delhi, Jan 18: A grand event awaits US President Donald Trump when he visits India next month. The event will take place in February. A grand event on the lines of the Howdy Modi is expected to take place at Ahmedabad. During his visit, Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are likely to sign a short term trade deal.
This is aimed at granting US companies more access to Indian markets and also restore the trade benefits for India that were withdrawn last year.
US President Donald Trump hit out at Pakistan and said that the country gives a safe haven to agents of chaos. “Pakistan often gives safe haven to agents of chaos,” he said, noting that there is nuclear-powered tensions between Pakistan and its neighbor India.