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Prime Minster Narendra Modi's address to <strong>US</strong> Congress an opportunity to boost ties: American lawmakers

Prime Minster Narendra Modi's address to US Congress an opportunity to boost ties: American lawmakers

29 Apr 2016

Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to a joint meeting of the US Congress will be an opportunity to energise efforts to improve bilateral ties, top American lawmakers from across the political divide have said.

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Wonderful meeting Obama, <strong>says</strong> Modi after 'Kem Chho' greeting

Wonderful meeting Obama, says Modi after 'Kem Chho' greeting

30 Sep 2014

Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he had a "wonderful meeting" with US President Barack Obama at the White House and both share a vision for partnership in which both countries would work together for the benefit of the entire humankind.

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Net neutrality report: Final view <strong>still</strong> awaited, <strong>says</strong> Telecom Minister

Net neutrality report: Final view still awaited, says Telecom Minister

23 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The recent report submitted by the government on net neutrality was not the final one, and the final view is still awaited, Parliament was informed on Wednesday.

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Turkey <strong>PM</strong> <strong>says</strong> 161 dead in coup bid, almost 3,000 held

Turkey PM says 161 dead in coup bid, almost 3,000 held

16 Jul 2016

Ankara: Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim today said 161 people were killed in the coup attempt against the government, with 2,839 soldiers now detained on suspicion of involvement.

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Situation in Manipur remains grim: Minister

Situation in Manipur remains grim: Minister

01 Dec 2011

The state of affairs remains grim in Manipur even though a crippling 121-day economic blockade has been temporarily lifted, says a minister while stressing that any harsh action against protestors could lead to a civil war-like situation.

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Prime Minister <strong>Gilani</strong> asks <strong>US</strong> to transfer drone technology to Pakistan

Prime Minister Gilani asks US to transfer drone technology to Pakistan

19 Apr 2011

Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani on Monday criticised America for drone attacks and said he is trying to secure the spy plane technology from the US and seeking enhanced intelligence-sharing so that it can act on its own against militants.

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Seers, saints always work for welfare of society, <strong>says</strong> <strong>PM</strong> Modi

Seers, saints always work for welfare of society, says PM Modi

02 Jan 2016

Mysuru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said work of saints, seers and rishis had always been for the welfare of society. The seers and saints do not tomtom about their efforts as they feel it was part of their duty to work for the welfare of the society, he said during his visit to Avadhoota Datta Peetham, an ashram founded by Sree Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji, here.

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<strong>PM</strong> meets <strong>US</strong> Defence Secretary, <strong>says</strong> Indo-<strong>US</strong> ties will set precedent of perfect partnership

PM meets US Defence Secretary, says Indo-US ties will set precedent of perfect partnership

08 Aug 2014

New Delhi: In an endeavour to strengthen bilateral ties between New Delhi and Washington, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday met visiting United States Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel and said his forth coming visit to US will exude how the world's oldest democracy and the world's largest democracy can build a partnership for peace, stability and prosperity in the world.

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Nobody In The World Can Take Kashmir From <strong>Us</strong>, <strong>Says</strong> Rajnath Singh

Nobody In The World Can Take Kashmir From Us, Says Rajnath Singh

10 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh hit out at and said that violence in the Kashmir valley was being sponsored by it. He was replying to a debate on Kashmir unrest in the Rajya Sabha.

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<strong>US</strong> is 'nation of immigrants', <strong>says</strong> Michelle Obama

US is 'nation of immigrants', says Michelle Obama

07 Apr 2016

Washington: Criticising the "disturbing and hateful" poll rhetoric, First Lady Michelle Obama has asserted that America is a "nation of immigrants" and diversity will always be its greatest strength.

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