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Sushma Swaraj discusses TAPI pipeline: Turkmenistan

News Turkmenistan President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov  committed to deepen bilateral ties with India and begin the construction of USD 10-billion TAPI gas pipeline project this year, as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj held “preparatory” talks here for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first visit to this country in July. During the Minister’s ...

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India to Train Vietnamese Intelligence Forces: Act East Policy

News India could train intelligence officials from Vietnam besides providing more training slots to the Navy and Air Force personnel from the Southeast Asian country. India may also provide military and defence technology, besides providing support for effectively countering cybercrimes as requested by Vietnam. India has robust defence ties with ...

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Operation Raahat: Yemen

News 349 Indians on Wednesday reached Djibouti after being evacuated on a Navy vessel from strife-torn Yemen’s Aden city late on Tuesday night. Evacuation took place after India got permission to dock its offshore patrol vessel INS Sumitra at the Aden harbour as the government launched a massive air and ...

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External Affairs

New Delhi marked its Indian Ocean presence by bagging ”infrastructure development rights” and offering to set up joint working groups with the two blue economies(Agalega from Mauritius and Assumption from Seychelles ) in the region to harness potential for economic cooperation. The understanding to allow India to develop these islands is ...

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Under Modi, India Forging Strong Global Ties

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At a time when the whole world is converging as a small community, maintaining good relations with neighboring and foreign countries becomes imperative. Mr Modi, ever since taking charge as Prime Minister of India, has given a new dimension to the way world looks at India. The whole native as ...

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