TNI EXPLAINER | Central Vista Project: A modern vision for New Delhi

The Central Vista Project is a redevelopment initiative in India aimed at transforming the heart of New Delhi, the national capital. The project encompasses a 3.2-kilometre stretch from the Rashtrapati Bhavan to India Gate, including the Parliament House, North Block, and South Block. It has been a subject of intense debate and criticism since its

India, US hold Inaugural Defense Dialogue on space, AI

NEW DELHI: In an effort to strengthen the defence partnership in new areas, including space and Artificial Intelligence, India and the US held the Inaugural India-US Advanced Domains Defence Dialogue in New Delhi. “US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy Vipin Narang and Director Michael Horowitz of the Emerging Capabilities Policy Office

Hiroshima’s glitz, Kazan’s substance: A tale of two summits

In midst of media frenzy surrounding Hiroshima, geopolitical implications discussed at low-key KazanForum paints a contrasting picture of global engagement

Great expectations, stark realism: Will India achieve its manifest destiny?

Resolving all structural issues is crucial to India’s rise as an indomitable global power, not just an influential regional player vying for influence in its backyard

PM Modi meets President Zelenskyy, offers help but no invite to G20

India did not budge from Ukraine’s pressure tactics; No decision yet on inviting it to G20 Summit

In Pics: How Jaishankar snubbed Bhutto Zardari & greeted others at SCO

EAM Dr S Jaishankar's snub to his counterpart from Pakistan is a lesson in diplomacy for the novice Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

Bilateral cooperation, Ukraine: Dr Jaishankar holds meet with Lavrov

Indian External Affairs minister and Russian Foreign minister meet on the sidelines of SCO Foreign Ministers’ meet in Goa

J&K terror attack: Investigation reveals Pakistan’s hand

So far, 30 people have been arrested in connection with a terror attack on an army vehicle in Poonch district

‘Racist’, India hit out at Germany for Der Spiegel’s cartoon

In this YouTube video, we discuss the controversial cartoon published by Der Spiegel, a German magazine, titled ‘Population: India overtakes China.’ The cartoon depicts an overloaded Indian train with people spilling out, moving ahead of a sleek Chinese bullet train. Many have deemed the cartoon racist, belittling India’s technological advances and highlighting China’s modern infrastructure.

‘Indian born in Pakistan’ Tarek Fatah dies after prolonged illness

Known for his progressive voice, 73-year-old Fatah was always reflective and critical about radical Islamism, drawing constant criticism and death threats from fundamentalists of his religion