India's COVID-19 vaccine production
PM also talked about India's COVID-19 vaccine production and said that India is producing a DNA vaccine and also a nasal vaccine
PM attacks China over expansionism
PM Modi also attacked China and said that India can't let its seas be misused
Make in India and vaccines
In a huge Make in India push, PM Modi invited all vaccine makers to India
Afghanistan should not be used to spread terror: PM
We need to ensure that Afghanistan land is not used to spread terror by anyone: PM Modi
Women and minorities in Afghanistan
We need to protect the women and minorities in Afghanistan: PM Modi
Terrorism being used as a tool: PM
Some countries are using terrorism as a political tool: PM Modi
PM talks about terrorism
PM Modi attacked Pakistan over terrorism in a veiled reference
PM is speaking at the UNGA
PM is speaking at the UNGA
Biden reiterates US support for India's permanent seat in UNSC
US President Joe Biden has reiterated America's support for India's permanent membership on a reformed United Nations Security Council and its entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group during his first in-person bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the White House.
India and US decide to expand their partnership in new domains
Biden and Modi decided that the US and India must continue and expand their partnership in new domains and many areas of critical and emerging technology space, cyber, health security, semiconductors, AI, 5G, 6G, and future generation telecommunications technology, and Blockchain, that will define innovation processes, and the economic and security landscape of the next century.
Leaders called upon stakeholders
The leaders called upon the government and private stakeholders to use the existing ecosystems of innovation and entrepreneurship in defense industries for co-development, co-production, and expanding mutual defense trade.
US reaffirms 'unwavering commitment' to India as Major Defense Partner
US President Joe Biden has reaffirmed his "unwavering commitment" to India as a Major Defense Partner through close engagements, including information sharing and strengthening cooperation in advanced military technologies.
New Delhi desires normal relations with all: Dubey
First Secretary Sneha Dubey said New Delhi desires normal relations "with all our neighbors, including Pakistan." However, it is for Islamabad to work sincerely toward creating a conducive atmosphere, including by taking credible, verifiable, and irreversible actions to not allow any territory under its control to be used for cross-border terrorism against India in any manner.
Pakistan gave shelter to Osama Bin Laden: Dubey
First Secretary Sneha Dubey said the world has not forgotten that the "mastermind behind the dastardly 9/11 terror attacks, Osama Bin Laden, got shelter in Pakistan. Even today, Pakistan leadership glorify him as a 'martyr'."
Glimpses from the QUAD Summit
Khan had talked about abrogation of Article 370
Khan in his address had spoken about the August 5, 2019 decision of the Indian government on the abrogation of Article 370 as well as the death of pro-Pakistan separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani.
Pakistan is 'arsonist': India at UNGA
Pakistan, where terrorists enjoy free pass, is an "arsonist" disguising itself as a "fire-fighter," and the entire world has suffered because of its policies as the country nurtures terrorists in its backyard, India has said in a blistering retort after Prime Minister Imran Khan raked up the issue of Kashmir in his address to the UN General Assembly.
PM Modi in New York
PM Modi will shortly be speaking at the UN General Assembly.
Biden will host QUAD countries on Friday
President Joe Biden will host the three prime ministers -- Narendra Modi, Scott Morrison from Australia, and Yoshihide Suga from Japan -- for the first-ever in-person meeting of the QUAD leaders in the East Room of the White House on Friday afternoon.
Kamala Harris to host separate meeting with QUAD countries
US Vice President Kamala Harris would host a separate meeting with the prime ministers of three QUAD countries - India, Australia, and Japan - at the White House to discuss with them the important factors for democracies to go forward, officials said.