Friday, 24 May 2019 Narendra Modi has secured a second five-year term as India's prime minister following a landslide victory for his Hindu Nationalist BJP. Meanwhile, his main rival Rahul Gandhi, of the opposition Congress Party, lost not only the election, but also his parliamentary seat. We speak to Subir Sinha, an Indian politics expert at SOAS, University of London about a result which he says no one could have predicted.
Reuters reports- Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to unite the country on Thursday after a huge election win, with his party on course to increase its majority on a mandate of pursuing business-friendly policies and a hard line on national security. Official data from the Election Commission...
According to Reuters, India plans to order taxi aggregators like Uber and Ola to convert 40% of their fleet of cars to electric by April 2026. Some taxi players, like Ola, have previously attempted to..
Narendra Modi was sworn in on Thursday, May 30, for a second term as India’s prime minister. Modi took the oath of office at the presidential palace, the Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi, following a..