Militant groups and separatists leaders denied responsibility for the attack, which has already led to right-wing protests in the restive region of Kashmir.
Modi gave Trump not only a wooden chest patterned with a design from Punjab but also a folio with a 1965 Indian postage stamp honoring Lincoln.
Modi visited the White House for the first time since Trump's inauguration.
Turkey and India’s leaders pledged tightening economic and counterterrorism ties.
The cancellation of Rs500 and Rs1,000 notes led to widespread hardship.
The Supreme Court stepped into a long-standing debate on the influence of religion on voters.
Policies aimed at the middle class and poor seen as a bid to regain support after anger over the abolishment of certain bank notes.
Tensions have been high since a September attack on an army base in Kashmir killed 19 Indian soldiers.
What has been achieved has been overshadowed by extreme anti-Muslim and intolerant Hindu nationalism that Modi has not done enough to curb.
A deal with Japan, rapprochement with Pakistan, but deadlock in parliament.
Religious intolerance—which has worsened since Modi became premier—discourages foreign investment.
"This is a clear indication that Modi's popularity may now have peaked."
India’s reputation for tolerance is in tatters as the government stays mum on Islamophobia.
Trump and Sanders in the U.S. Modi in India. Corbyn in the U.K. All are disrupting politics as usual.
The country’s future depends on keeping the holy river alive.