India and the United States are important drivers of regional and global growth.
''Shared Effort; Progress for All''
H.E. Mr. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of the Republic of India, is currently paying an official visit to China at the invitation of H.E. Mr. Li Keqiang, Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China. Prime Minister Modi called on H.E. Mr. Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China and held talks with H.E. Mr. Li Keqiang, Premier of the State Council.
“Deeper Integration for Peace and Prosperity”
Chalein Saath Saath, forward together we go.
Society for Policy Studies in collaboration with India Habitat Centre organises
CHANGING ASIA SERIES
Inaugural Lecture by former Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran
September 1, 2014
India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
The Joint Press Statement on the State Visit to the Kingdom of Bhutan by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The visit took place from 15-16 June, 2014.
This is probably the ninth year that I have been addressing this important conference. I don’t know if I have anything new to say on this occasion, that I have not said earlier. But it is a pleasure for me to be associated with the Intelligence Bureau completing 125 years of its existence. I therefore begin by extending my very warm greetings to all past and present members of the Intelligence Bureau on completion of 125 years of its existence and service to our country.
It is a great pleasure to have the opportunity to speak once again to this gathering of the senior-most leadership of our Armed Forces. Our men and women in uniform function in an exceedingly complex and difficult security environment, but they have always faced the challenge with exemplary professionalism, valour and commitment. As their leaders, you have played a critical role in building the confidence and pride that our forces inspire in our nation. I therefore thank each and every one of you for your services.
A copy of the speech delivered by Amb. Shyam Saran on the topic "Is India's nuclear deterrence credible" on 25 April 2013 at the India Habitat Centre, organised by the IHC, Subbu Forum and the Society for Policy Studies.
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