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Narendra Modi's tough memo against Pakistan signals a redrawing of geopolitical order - Firstpost;

Narendra Modi's tough memo against Pakistan signals a redrawing of geopolitical order - Firstpost

FirstpostNarendra Modi's tough memo against Pakistan signals a redrawing of geopolitical orderFirstpostNarendra Modi's unusually bold message against Pakistan from consecutive multinational summits, urging global powers to impose sanctions on India's delinquent neighbour, is not adventurism. It reflects his growing confidence as the leader of a country ...and more »

How Modi's G20 address put Pakistan-China in a spot - DailyO;

How Modi's G20 address put Pakistan-China in a spot - DailyO

DailyOHow Modi's G20 address put Pakistan-China in a spotDailyOThe PM exhorted the participant countries to isolate and sanction those powers which sponsor terrorism and not reward them. 11194. POLITICS. | 4-minute read | 09-09-2016 · Ashok Sajjanhar. @asajjanhar · Share. Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated ...and more »

ASEAN Summit Will Help Combat Common Security Threats To India & Laos: PM Modi - The Indian Express;

ASEAN Summit Will Help Combat Common Security Threats To India & Laos: PM Modi - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressASEAN Summit Will Help Combat Common Security Threats To India & Laos: PM ModiThe Indian ExpressSpeaking at the 14th ASEAN Summit in Vientiane, Laos, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on how ASEAN is central to India's 'Act East' policy, and that the ties between both Laos and India are a source of harmony in the region. He said that the ...and more »

At Asian summits, Modi takes shots at China and Pak on sea dispute, terror - Hindustan Times;

At Asian summits, Modi takes shots at China and Pak on sea dispute, terror - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesAt Asian summits, Modi takes shots at China and Pak on sea dispute, terrorHindustan TimesPrime Minister Narendra Modi with other leaders at the gala dinner at 28th and 29th ASEAN Summit in Vientiane, Laos on Wednesday, Sep 7, 2016.(PTI). Prime Minister Narendra Modi used two global summits on Thursday to excoriate India's neighbourhood ...and more »

Optics and friendship: What Modi-Obama meetings reveal - Hindustan Times;

Optics and friendship: What Modi-Obama meetings reveal - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesOptics and friendship: What Modi-Obama meetings revealHindustan TimesUS President Barack Obama (R) shakes hands with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi prior to a meeting on the sidelines of the Asean Summit in Vientiane on Thursday.(AFP Photo). The meeting on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly ...and more »

India-ASEAN vow to combat terrorism in all its forms - Daily News & Analysis;

India-ASEAN vow to combat terrorism in all its forms - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisIndia-ASEAN vow to combat terrorism in all its formsDaily News & AnalysisPrime Minister Narendra Modi told the leaders attending the summit that "In the face of growing traditional and non-traditional challenges political security cooperation is a key emerging feeler of our relationships." Recognising terrorism as a ...and more »

US Strongly Supports India's Nuke Club NSG Bid: Barack Obama Tells PM Modi - NDTV;

US Strongly Supports India's Nuke Club NSG Bid: Barack Obama Tells PM Modi - NDTV

NDTVUS Strongly Supports India's Nuke Club NSG Bid: Barack Obama Tells PM ModiNDTVThe two leaders reaffirmed the importance of the deepening partnership between the US and India. Vientiane: The US "strongly supports" India's NSG membership bid, President Barack Obama today told Prime Minister Narendra Modi as they discussed the ...and more »

PM Narendra Modi Returns Home From Laos - NDTV;

PM Narendra Modi Returns Home From Laos - NDTV

NDTVPM Narendra Modi Returns Home From LaosNDTVPM Modi was in Laos attending 14th ASEAN-India Summit and 11th East Asia Summit. New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday returned home after attending two summits at Laos. "PM arrives in New Delhi, after attending 14th ASEAN-India ...and more »

Obama lauds green light for GST - The Hindu;

Obama lauds green light for GST - The Hindu

The HinduObama lauds green light for GSTThe HinduWith grocers and cold storage owners refusing to accept scrapped currency notes, farmers are struggling to get potato seeds while landless labourers are forced to forgo their food. Suvojit Bagchi · Malady nation. The Series. Malady nation · Personal ...and more »

US strongly supports India's membership in the NSG: Obama tells Modi - Hindustan Times;

US strongly supports India's membership in the NSG: Obama tells Modi - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesUS strongly supports India's membership in the NSG: Obama tells ModiHindustan TimesUS President Barack Obama (R) meets with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit in Vientiane on Thursday.(AFP Photo). India's bid to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group received fresh endorsement from the US as Prime ...and more »

G20 is an important forum that has lost its focus - Hindustan Times;

G20 is an important forum that has lost its focus - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesG20 is an important forum that has lost its focusHindustan TimesThe recently concluded G20 summit in Hangzhou, China, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended, is a forum in which the world's major economies are represented. With the passage of time, the agenda of G20 summits has expanded so that in addition ...and more »

US strongly supports India's NSG bid, Barack Obama tells PM Modi - Times of India;

US strongly supports India's NSG bid, Barack Obama tells PM Modi - Times of India

Times of IndiaUS strongly supports India's NSG bid, Barack Obama tells PM ModiTimes of IndiaVIENTIANE: The US "strongly supports"+ India's NSG membership bid+ , President Barack Obama on Thursday told Prime Minister Narendra Modi here as they discussed the immediate priorities in the strategic partnership+ , including deepening the civil ...and more »

In 'cordial meeting', Modi and Obama talk partnership, India's NSG bid - Hindustan Times;

In 'cordial meeting', Modi and Obama talk partnership, India's NSG bid - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesIn 'cordial meeting', Modi and Obama talk partnership, India's NSG bidHindustan TimesPrime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama greet each other during the group photo session at the 11th East Asia summit in Vientiane, Laos.(PTI). Prime Minister Narendra Modi met US President Barack Obama on Thursday on the ...and more »

East Asia Summit: PM Modi jabs Pakistan again, expresses concern over 'export of terror' - Daily News & Analysis;

East Asia Summit: PM Modi jabs Pakistan again, expresses concern over 'export of terror' - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisEast Asia Summit: PM Modi jabs Pakistan again, expresses concern over 'export of terror'Daily News & AnalysisVientiane: Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the 14th Asean-India summit in Vientiane, Laos on Thursday. (PTI). Shares178. Thu, 8 Sep 2016-06:22pm , Vientiane , PTI. PM Modi without naming Pakistan said that "one country in our neighbourhood" ...and more »

GST will unleash significant economic activity: Barack Obama - Economic Times;

GST will unleash significant economic activity: Barack Obama - Economic Times

Economic TimesGST will unleash significant economic activity: Barack ObamaEconomic TimesVIENTIANE: US President Barack Obama on Thursday expressed confidence that the Goods and Services Tax (GST), passed by the Indian parliament last month, will unleash significant economic activity. He said this during a meeting with Prime Minister ...and more »

'One country in neighbourhood producing, exporting terror': At East Asia Summit in Laos, Modi fires salvo at Pakistan - Firstpost;

'One country in neighbourhood producing, exporting terror': At East Asia Summit in Laos, Modi fires salvo at Pakistan - Firstpost

Firstpost'One country in neighbourhood producing, exporting terror': At East Asia Summit in Laos, Modi fires salvo at PakistanFirstpostTaking a strong stand on terrorism fuelled by India's neighbour Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is attending the 14th India-Asean Summit and the 11th East Asia Summit in Laos, on Thursday said that there is "one country" in the ...and more »

East Asia summit: Modi seeks 'strongest action' against state sponsors of terror - Hindustan Times;

East Asia summit: Modi seeks 'strongest action' against state sponsors of terror - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesEast Asia summit: Modi seeks 'strongest action' against state sponsors of terrorHindustan TimesPrime Minister Narendra Modi listens using a headseat during the 14th ASEAN-India Summit in Vientiane on September 8, 2016.(AFP). Without naming Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that strongest action should be reserved for ...and more »

PM Modi in Laos: One country in our neighbourhood breeding and exporting terrorism - International Business Times, India Edition;

PM Modi in Laos: One country in our neighbourhood breeding and exporting terrorism - International Business Times, India Edition

International Business Times, India EditionPM Modi in Laos: One country in our neighbourhood breeding and exporting terrorismInternational Business Times, India EditionWithout naming Pakistan, Modi said: "We need to target not only terrorists but also their entire supporting ecosystem." Arkadev Ghoshal. September 8, 2016 14:03 IST. Prime Minister Narendra Modi participates in the 11th East Asia Summit at Vientiane in ...and more »

One country in neighbourhood producing, exporting terror: PM - Times of India;

One country in neighbourhood producing, exporting terror: PM - Times of India

Times of IndiaOne country in neighbourhood producing, exporting terror: PMTimes of IndiaVIENTIANE: In a fresh jibe at Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said there is "one country in our neighbourhood" which "produces and exports" terror as he called on the international community to isolate and sanction "this" instigator.and more »

Modi takes a dig at Pakistan, calls for 'strongest action' against state sponsors of terror - Firstpost;

Modi takes a dig at Pakistan, calls for 'strongest action' against state sponsors of terror - Firstpost

FirstpostModi takes a dig at Pakistan, calls for 'strongest action' against state sponsors of terrorFirstpostVientiane : Without naming Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that strongest action should be reserved for those states that use terrorism as an instrument of state policy. "We need to target not only the terrorists, but also their ...and more »