Modi mobilises ambassadors across the world to fight COVID-19

MeaNew Delhi, Mar 31: The Ministry of External Affairs said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had reacted early to fight the outbreak of coronavirus. The MEA said that the early reaction was to reduce the risk of importing the infection and thereafter prevent a large outbreak.

In the meantime, the Prime Minister has spoken to almost all serving Indian ambassadors across the world and appreciate their efforts. Modi also tried to understand how bilateral relations could be leveraged to source equipments and technology to fight the pandemic.

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Big changes in Delhi police as Modi, Shah, Doval take control over Delhi violence

delhi-violence--New Delhi, Feb 27: The Centre was swift in taking action to ensure that peace returned at northeast Delhi. Several review meetings on the security front were held in the National Capital to take stock of the situation.

The meetings chaired by Union Home Minister Amit Shah made it clear that all measures have to be taken to ensure that the violence is stopped. The violence has claimed 27 lives. A head constable and an Intelligence Bureau official also lost their lives in the violence.

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Afghanistan, defence deals, 5G to be discussed by Trump-Modi

trump-modi-55New Delhi, Feb 25: There are a variety of issues on the table when US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi meet today.

Talks on Afghanistan, Pakistan, Asia-Pacific cooperation will be held today.

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Terror sanctuaries along Durand Line must be closed: Modi to tell Trump

mo-trumpNew Delhi, Feb 24: Counter terror, Pakistan and Afghanistan would be on the table, when US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi meet on Tuesday for a bi-lateral.

The discussion on Afghanistan is particularly important as the US gets set to withdraw from the country. In the Indian context, Modi would look for stability in the region and hence Afghanistan would be discussed in detail.

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It will be ‘Namaste Trump’

modi-trump-laughAhmedabad, Feb 17: It would be ‘Namaste Trump,’ at the Motera stadium in Gujarat. The event to be held in Ahmedabad would be called as ‘Namaste Trump,’ sources familiar with the planning tell OneIndia.

Meanwhile more than 10,000 police personnel, to be led by 25 senior IPS officers, will be deployed for US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s roadshow in Gujarat on February 24, a senior official said.

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Not Kashmir, but XI briefed Modi about Imran Khan’s visit to Beijing

modi-jinpingNew 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.

Azhar makes Pulwama attack political, tells Pak on how to send Modi packing

New Delhi, Feb 22: In what appears to be an election pitch to oust the Narendra Modi government, the Jaish-e-Mohammad has urged Pakistan to stay strong.

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Difference between Modi and Nehru jackets: Find out from the designer

modijacketsNew Delhi, Nov 3: The vests gifted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to South Korean President Moon Jae-in were ‘Modi Jackets’ and not traditional Nehru jackets as claimed by some, the company which makes them said on Friday.

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Rajasthan assembly polls: Modi, Shah set to kick-start election campaign

modishahJaipur, Oct 6: The BJP is all set to launch its election campaign for the Rajasthan assembly elections. The campaign would be launched by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and BJP national president Amit Shah.

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Telangana polls: KCR wins hands down, Modi leads over Rahul Gandhi

modi-kcr-rahulHyderabad, Sep 16: As Telangana prepares for an early election, a survey has shown that the K Chandrashekar led Telangana Rashtra Samithi is way ahead of its rivals.

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