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Five Things You Need to Know Today, and Modi-Trump Summit

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BOSTON–These are the five things you need to know today, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s fifth visit to US as PM and his meeting with President Trump.

India, US vow to fight terror, boost economic cooperation

Washington– India and the US on Monday reiterated their commitment to cooperate in the fight against international terrorism even as the two sides agreed to boost economic cooperation following the first ever meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump. Read more…

India’s benefit lies in strong America: Modi

Washington–India on Monday said that the best of its benefits lies with a strong and successful America even as the two sides reiterated cooperation in the fight against terrorism. Asserting that the fight against terrorism is the top priority for him and US President Donald Trump, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that both the leaders discussed increasing radicalisation and extremism. Read more..

US declares Syed Salahuddin global terrorist

Washington–Hours before the Modi-Trump meet, the US on Monday declared the Pakistan-based Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin a global terrorist. Read more…

Chinese, Indian troops face off on border

New Delhi/Beijing–Indian and Chinese troops faced off along the border in Sikkim, with reports that the Chinese troops entered the Indian side and destroyed two Indian Army bunkers. While the Indian Army refused to comment on the incident, the Chinese Army has come out strongly against “provocation” by Indian troops and accused them of entering into Chinese territory and impeding road construction activity. Read more…

Trump hails SC decision on travel ban to six Muslim countries

Washington– President Donald Trump hailed the Supreme Court decision to allow the entry into force of some portions of his travel ban denying entry to refugees and citizens of six Muslim-majority nations, saying that it will allow him to “protect” the country. Read more…

 

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