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Modi Trump Summit: PM Narendra Modi arrives in Ahmedabad
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CAA didn't figure in Trump-Modi talks; religious harmony discussed in positive way: Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla
"You would have heard President Trump in his speech yesterday in Ahmedabad referred to religious diversity and harmony that is evident in India and discussions really to the extent possible were on these lines on this issue," Shringla told reporters.
Student within us must never die: PM Narendra Modi
While narrating the story of 105-year-old Bhagirathi Amma, the prime minister said, "If we wish to progress in life, we should develop ourselves, if we wish to achieve something in life, the first pre-condition for that is the student within us must never die." He said there are several examples to show how women today are breaking "age-old shackles and attaining new heights".
India, US held talks in five major categories: Foreign Secretary
Shringla told reporters that the two countries have also decided to set up working groups on curbing narcotics trafficking and reinvigorating homeland security, he told reporters. "President Trump has assured highest consideration to India for procurement, technology and joint collaboration in defence sector," he said.
US confronting Pakistan on terrorism; India-US sign $3 billion defence deals: Trump
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India and US to start negotiations for "big trade deal": PM Modi
Addressing a joint press meet with US President Donald Trump after their comprehensive talks on key issues, including trade, counter-terror and energy cooperation, Modi said as far as bilateral trade is concerned, there have been positive talks between the two commerce ministers.
Modi 'living proof' that Indians can accomplish anything with hard work, devotion: Donald Trump
"Prime Minister Modi, you are not just the pride of Gujarat. You are a living proof that with hard work and devotion Indians can accomplish anything, anything at all, anything they want," Trump said amid loud cheers from an estimated one lakh-strong audience at Motera stadium.
India and US ink 3 pacts; decide to take ties to comprehensive global partnership
The unprecedented and historic welcome given to Trump in India will be remembered, Modi said and added that the relations between the two countries are not merely confined to governments but are people-driven. President Trump, in turn, said the last two days in India were amazing, especially the event at the Motera stadium in Ahmedabad.
US to reduce more regulations to boost overseas investment, says Trump
Speaking at a meeting with CEOs, he said a trade deal with India is in the works, but did not share any details. "It has been an honour to be here," he said on visiting India. "We just did a lot of business with India where they will buy helicopters worth USD 3 billion."
India to purchase more than USD 3 billion of advanced American military equipment: Trump
India will purchase advanced military equipment from the US, including Apache and MH-60 Romeo helicopters.
India, US to outline Pacific plan today
Trump’s speech at Ahmedabad gave a glimpse of what to expect at the summit at the iconic Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Tuesday. He referred to Pak-based terror, Indo-Pacific partnership and upcoming defence deals that would shape global partnership.
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