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Prime Minister Modi in G-20 Summit ’19: To Hold Talks on Terrorism and Economic Fugitives

PM Narendra Modi was welcomed by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe

PM Narendra Modi was welcomed by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi arrived in Japan to attend G-20 Summit 2019. He will hold key bilateral meetings with world leaders at the Summit, particularly on tackling terrorism and economic fugitives. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi arrived in Japan for the upcoming G-20 Summit in Osaka, Japan and received

United States and Mexico Sign New Trade Deal to Possibly Replace NAFTA

The United States of America and Mexico today announced that they had agreed to a new deal that replaces significant portions of NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement that was in effect between the United States, Mexico and Canada. Announcing it from the Oval Office of the White House, President Donald Trump declared the preliminary deal between the two

North Korea Urges The United States To Formally End The Korean War By Signing An End of War Declaration

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea or North Korea today reiterated and pressed the United States to sign an end of war declaration and formally end the Korean War. The peninsular war, fought between 1950-53 saw the United States of America sending in its troops in aid of its ally in the South, after an invasion by the North. Such a

Taliban Answer Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s Eid Ceasefire Proposal with Rockets & Kidnappings

In what seems to be a major setback for peace efforts in Afghanistan, the Taliban launched two major attacks in a supposed response to President Ghani’s plea for a ceasefire. President Ghani yesterday had requested the Taliban for a mutually agreed ceasefire, the second in three months in lieu of Eid Al-Adha and the Afghan people’s desire for ‘lasting peace.’ The

Afghan President Offers A 90-day Ceasefire To The Taliban To Mark Eid

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani today offered a ceasefire and a complete end to hostilities between the forces of the National government and the Taliban, citing the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha. The ceasefire, if accepted, will stand for three months, and will bring some relief to a country that has witnessed many attacks in the recent past. Speaking on the occasion

N Korea asked S Korea not to bow down to sanctions if they want to move forward with their warm relations

The warming ties between the two Korean countries appeared to strike a blow on its warmth as per the reports of the North Korean government official newspaper named Rodong Sinmun. The paper said as reported by ANI that the relations between the two Korean countries would not move forward if Seoul continued to bow down to the pressure of sanctions imposed by

India’s Role in the Non-Aligned Movement

2018 marked the 68th anniversary of the Non-Aligned Movement. Created as an institution to counter the bipolar world order and give voice to much of the third world, the Non-Aligned Movement today remains as relevant as it was when it was founded. Today, 120 countries are are part of NAM and each of these countries represents a powerful third bloc

Russia in Retaliation Expels Diplomats of 23 Countries

Russia Expels Diplomats

New Delhi: The Foreign affairs Ministry of Russia on Friday notified ambassadors of 23 countries of its decision to expel employees of their diplomatic missions in Russia in a reprisal response to the recent diplomatic actions by their countries against Moscow. Ministry officials handed a protest note to the ambassadors which said a corresponding number of diplomats of their countries working

President Kovind Inaugurates World Hindi Secretariat, Addresses Indian Diaspora in Mauritius

Ram Nath Kovind

New Delhi: The President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, inaugurated the World Hindi Secretariat building on the third day of his visit to Mauritius. He also launched the World Hindi Secretariat’s logo; an Early Digital Learning Programme as well unveiled foundation stones of a social housing project and a large ENT hospital being built with Indian assistance. Addressing the gathering, the President

PM Modi Welcomes Canadian PM Justin Trudeau at Rashtrapati Bhawan

Justin Trudeau

New Delhi: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was today received by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi. PM Modi gave Trudeau his trademark bear hug. The Prime Ministers of the two nations met at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. After being welcomed at the Rashtrapati Bhawan, Trudeau and his family paid their tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat. Before the meeting, PM Modi

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