'USA Loves India', Tweets President Trump, Calls The 'Howdy,Modi!' Event 'Incredible'

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Modi's speech came just days before the United Nations general assembly's meeting in NY, where the Pakistani prime minister, Imran Khan, is expected to accuse Modi of being complicit in torture and mass detention in Indian-administered Kashmir. Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said last week that India ultimately expects to rule over the entire state of Kashmir.

"Science tells us that on our current path, we face at least 3°C of global heating by the end of the century. We are trying to convince them [the United States government] that the issue is complicated and has been becoming more complicated with each passing day". "India is here today not just to talk about this serious issue but to present a roadmap", Modi said.

India had set a 175GW target as part of its commitment to the 2015 Paris Climate agreement.

At the same press conference, Trump called Modi the Elvis Presley of India.

Yesterday, he reportedly left after listening to the speeches by Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

"India is launching a coalition for disaster resilient infrastructure. Prime Minister? I may come, be careful I may come", Trump added with a touch of humour.

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Internationally, at least 100 countries are connected with India's solar panel network. "We, in India, believe that an ounce of practice is worth more than tonnes of teaching", he said.

Macron, in his opening statement at the closed door Leaders' Dialogue on Strategic Responses to Terrorist and Violent Extremist Narratives held on the UNGA sidelines, said on Monday that India's association with the Christchurch Initiative as a democracy representing over a billion people gives it a greater sense of action in dealing with extremism and online use of extremist content.

Describing the ambitious Jal Jeevan mission that includes water conservation, rainwater harvesting and water resource development, the Prime Minister stated over $50 billion will be spent on the project.

"We should remember his statements about Russian Federation with President Putin and North Korea with Kim Jong-un", said Haqqani, now a senior fellow and director at the South and Central Asia department of think-tank Hudson Institute.

The rally, on Sunday, marked the first time Modi had discussed the decision to remove Kashmir's special status on a world stage, and followed months of fierce rhetoric from Pakistan, which also claims the disputed region and has sought to raise the issue with the UN. By the way, President Trump calls me a tough negotiator.

"US is only sticking to its traditional position".

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