Modi visit to the U.S.

Rock Stars and Stripes - Why Modi’s US visit was a success

When all the punditry over the visit to the United States of America of the prime minister, Narendra Modi, is exhausted, it will be instructive to step back and study how the Americans selectively use all their levers of power on a graduated scale when they want a foreign leader’s visit to succeed and produce results.

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Time for US to weigh in on Pakistan

The success of Modi’s visit will have to be seen in the fashion in which the prime minister is able to kick start a critical strategic partnership that had been wasted by debating extraneous issues for political gains writes Dr. Sridhar Krishnaswami

The success of Modi’s visit will have to be seen in the fashion in which the prime minister is able to kick start a critical strategic partnership that had been wasted by debating extraneous issues for political gains writes Dr. Sridhar Krishnaswami

Full text of Narendra Modi's speech at United Nations

Here is full text of Indian PM Narendra Modi's address to the United Nations

In need of a new momentum

The Modi-Obama summit declaration can pick some of the low-hanging fruit by announcing new defence deals, setting up a new investment clearance window, easing U.S. visa norms and adding new dialogue forums, but this is not enough to address the current malaise.

Modi’s US visit | Key engagements

  List of Indian Prime Mnister Narendra Modi's Key engagements during US visit
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