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  • Modi’s visit to Saudi Arabia part of effort to improve ties with Pakistan’s close allies

    NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Saudi Arabia on Sunday is part of a broader diplomatic offensive to put pressure on Pakistan by forging ties with some of Islamabad’s closest allies, Indian ruling party and government officials said...

    Modi is expected to sign trade agreements, including contracts to secure investment for infrastructure projects, and offer security and military cooperation, such as training...

  • Modi returns to India after surprise Pakistan visit

    LAHORE: Indian premier Narendra Modi returned to New Delhi after a surprise visit to Lahore where he was received by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and other Pakistani officials...

    Modi and Nawaz also held a brief meeting at the latter's Raiwind residence...

  • Modi’s visit to Pakistan a business trip, says JI

    KARAK: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief of Jamaat-i-Islami Prof Mohammad Ibrahim has claimed that the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Pakistan was just a business trip, adding that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Mr Modi have friendship based on business interests...

    He claimed that Mr Modi used foul language against Pakistan in Afghanistan which manifested that his visit to Pakistan was not based on a gesture of goodwill... ...

  • Indian PM Modi accepts invite for first Pakistan visit: joint statement

    UFA: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi held a on Friday meeting during which the Indian premier accepted PM Nawaz's invitation to Pakistan for the South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation (Saarc) summit in 2016...

    The announcement was made by Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar during a joint statement issued with his Pakistani counterpart after Nawaz and Modi held their meeting on the...

  • Pakistan denies airspace request for Modi's visit to Saudi Arabia

    Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Sunday announced that Islamabad has denied New Delhi's request for use of airspace for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

    The Indian government had sought Pakistan's permission to use the country's airspace on October 28 for the Indian premier who will be visiting Saudi Arabia to participate in an international business conference on October 29...

  • Indian cricket tycoon Lalit Modi declares 'war', rattles Modi govt

    NEW DELHI: Pressure is growing on India's foreign minister and a top member of the ruling party over help they gave to a disgraced cricket tycoon, as the first major scandal to touch Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government begins to threaten his reform agenda...

    Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj has faced days of scrutiny for her ties to Lalit Modi, scion of an industrial family who almost singlehandedly turned the Indian...

  • Indian PM Modi to visit Vietnam, China with oil and expanding SE Asia influence in mind

    KOLKATA: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will divide the next four days beginning Friday in Vietnam and China — two socialist nations embroiled in drilling disputes in the South China Sea — in a bid to increase India’s presence South East Asia...

    The visit will be Modi’s first to the region after a cabinet meeting headed by him on Wednesday ratified an Indian Rs5,000 million (about $75m) fund for what his government said would...

  • What to expect from Modi's China visit

    The bonhomie on display between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian President Pranab Mukherjee, along with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the celebrations to mark the 70th anniversary of the victory of Allied forces over Nazi Germany in World War II provides an interesting backdrop for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to China from May 14 to 16...

    Modi did initially seek to make a major departure from the...

  • Indian PM Modi to visit China next week: Beijing

    BEIJING: India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit China next week, Beijing said Tuesday, as New Delhi tries to balance its trade deficit with its neighbour despite a simmering border dispute...

    It is Modi's first visit to China as leader of its Himalayan neighbour, the world's largest democracy and an Asian geopolitical rival, following his election victory last year...

  • Modi to visit China next week

    NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit China next week amid hopes it would leave a powerful impact on Asia, by pooling in strengths of the world’s two largest developing countries, reports said on Tuesday...

    In a string of messages on Sina Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter, according to The Hindu reporting from Beijing, Mr Modi said that he was ‘certain’ that his three-day visit to China from May 14 would...

  • Modi to be first Indian premier to visit Israel

    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be travelling to Israel, the first such visit by an Indian prime minister to the Jewish country with which bilateral defence cooperation is on an upswing, Press Trust of India said on Sunday...

    No dates have been finalised for Mr Modi’s Israel visit which will take place on mutually convenient dates, Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj said...

  • Modi’s China visit

    While the selfie showing Narendra Modi and Li Keqiang smiling at Beijing’s Temple of Heaven was promptly posted on the social media, the Chinese prime minister admitted there were “some disagreements between us” but that India and China agreed that they ought to seek “a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable solution” to the decades-old boundary problem...

    The truth is that the mistrust between the two countries stems from a sense...

  • View from Bangladesh: Ten take-aways from the Modi visit

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Bangladesh for a mere 36 hours, but left an impact big enough to wipe away mistrust that had crept in the Indo-Bangladesh relationship over the decades...

    The credit for such a short sojourn leaving such a big impact and raising such high hopes goes to both the leaders, Narendra Modi and Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina...

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