India-US bonhomie: Top US officials to visit India next month

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After PM Modi’s visit to USA, the ties between the two countries are set to strengthen with the visit of high-ranking US officials to India.

New Delhi: After the successful visit of PM Modi to America, the ties between India and America are about to deepen.

according to a statement from You. s. State Department, US Deputy Secretary Sherman will be in India on October 6 for a series of bilateral meetings, civil society events and the India Ideas Summit.

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Addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday slammed China and Pakistan without naming them.

During his USA visit last week, PM Modi had bilateral talks with US President Joe Biden, attended the Quad Summit and addressed the UNGA.

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Addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday slammed China and Pakistan without naming them.

In the context of Pakistan, PM Modi said that countries using terrorism as a political weapon should understand that it is an equally big threat to them.

Prime Minister Modi addressed the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) for the fourth time in his tenure of more than seven years.

PM Modi said that it is imperative to ensure that the territory of Afghanistan is not used for spreading terrorism and terrorist activities.

“We also need to ensure that no country can take advantage of the delicate situation in Afghanistan and use it for their vested interests. The women, children and minorities of Afghanistan need help and we need to do this. One should fulfill his duty by providing assistance,” PM Modi said.

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During his 22-minute speech, PM Modi said in the context of the Indo-Pacific region that it is also the lifeline of international trade.

“We must save them from the race of expansionism. The international community must speak in one voice to strengthen the rules-based world order. We must keep in mind that we should only use marine resources and not misuse or over-exploit them should be done,” PM Modi said.

First published:September 28, 2021, 11:50 am

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