New Delhi, Nov 10: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India opposes all forms of terrorism and will continue to fight it.
Prime Minister Modi said this at the 20th Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO). India has strong cultural ties with the SCO countries. India believes that in order to enhance connectivity, it is important that we move forward while respecting each other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, the PM also said.
New Delhi, Nov 10: Cross border terror, economic cooperation and Afghanistan will be the focus when Prime Minister Narendra Modi comes face to face with Chinese president, Xi Jinping at the SCO summit that will be held virtually today.
New Delhi, Oct 13: During his meeting with Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, Chinese President, Xi Jinping spoke about Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan’s visit to Beijing.
There was no discussion on Kashmir and both leaders kept the contentious issue off the table, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said. He said that the Kashmir issue was not raised or discussed. Our position has been clear and this is India’s internal matter, he also said. Xi however appraised Modi about Khan’s visit to Beijing, he further added.
New Delhi, Dec 18:The seriousness of Imran Khan’s government in its war against terror has been exposed. Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan’s junior interior minister was heard saying that he would protect Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief, Hafiz Saeed.
New Delhi, Oct 26: Hafiz Saeed, the boss of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba appears to have been given a breather by Pakistan. His so called charity outfits, Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Falah-i-Insaniyat are no longer mentioned in the list of banned outfits.
Islamabad, Oct 1: The Pakistan’s ISI is set to get a new chief today. Lt. Gen Asim Munir is expected to take over as the new chief of the spy agency. Lt. Gen Naveed Mukhtar retries today as the ISI chief.
New Delhi, Aug 20: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had written to Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan, offering his congratulations, but there was no offer for dialogue. Pakistan’s foreign affairs minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi had claimed that Modi had written to Khan expressing interest in resuming the peace process.
New Delhi, Aug 19: All eyes were on former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu who attended the swearing in ceremony of Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan on Saturday. Sidhu grabbed eye balls when he embraced and spoke with Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa.