US President Joe Biden has said that he is convinced that one of the reasons why Hamas launched a terrorist attack on Israel was because of the recent announcement during the G-20 Summit in New Delhi on the ambitious India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor that integrates the entire region with a network of railroad. Israel has launched a massive counter-offensive against Hamas, killing over 1,500 people.
PM Narendra Modi on September 18, credited the success of G20 Summit to the entire nation, saying the success is not of one person alone or a political party. "Today, you have unanimously appreciated the success of G20...I express my gratitude to you. G20's success is that of 140 crore citizens of the country. It is India's success, not that of an individual or a party." said Modi.
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The Union Cabinet on September 13, passed a resolution congratulating and thanking PM Narendra Modi on behalf of the entire country for making the G20 Summit a huge success. The Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur said the PM has emerged as a "man of global alliances", referring to the launch of Global Biofuels Alliance after earlier successes related to International Solar Alliance and Mission LiFE (Lifestyle for Environment… read-more
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A 12-hour drama unfolded in Delhi after the security team at a five-star hotel - where the Chinese delegation for the G20 summit had checked in-noticed a member carrying a bag with "unusual dimensions". The security personnel at the Taj Palace Hotel, however, allowed the bags following the diplomatic protocols. Later, in one of the rooms occupied by the delegation, a hotel employee spotted “suspicious equipment” inside two bags.
After having participated in the G20 Leader's Summit in New Delhi, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud on Monday held extensive talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and discussed shoring up bilateral trade and defence ties. Opening a “new chapter in the India and Saudi Arabia ties”, PM Modi welcomed… read-more
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Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, who is in Brussels posted a tweet regarding, the first day of the mega G20 event in Delhi. "GOI is hiding our poor people and animals," Rahul Gandhi wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter. The Congress has been continuing its attack on the government on several aspects of the G20--hiding the poor of the capital being Rahul Gandhi's point of objection in this tweet.
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The G20 Summit, hosted at Bharat Mandapam, promises a whirlwind of diplomatic activity. Leaders and heads of delegations are set to arrive at the venue, engage in welcome photographs with Prime Minister Modi, and gather in the Leaders' Lounge. The summit kicks off with Session 1: "One Earth" at Summit Hall, followed by a working lunch. Bilateral meetings occupy the afternoon, leading to Session II: "One Family."
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This (the Khalistani issue) is a really important question... let me just say, unequivocally, no form of extremism or violence like that is acceptable in the UK. And that is why we are working very closely with the Indian government to tackle 'PKE' (pro-Khalistan extremism)," the UK leader said. In March, pro-Khalistan elements shouting separatist slogans attacked the Indian High Commission in London attacking Indian flag, raising alarming… read-more
Taking to his official X handle, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 8, confirmed his meetings with Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and US President Joe Biden. PM Narendra Modi is set to meet US President Joe Biden at his residence, where the two leaders will hold bilateral talks on the sidelines of the G20 Summit. In total, PM will hold 14 bilateral meetings.
Delhi is having a gala event of politics, the G20 Summit, inviting international leaders from across the world. Hosted by the Indian Government, the event has been in talks for various reasons, including the imposed restrictions for the citizens. From September 8-10, Delhi will witness a complete shutdown. While malls, theatres, restaurants, and transportation will be restricted, movement of citizens with valid id, emergency services and… read-more
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