Modi's 'Adventures' to Energise India in the Global realm

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  1. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    The article sums up the effort being made to rejuvenate the moribund foreign policy and to India's best advantage.

    It indicates that the reach has and is being extended to all regions that of India's national and strategic interest, and at the same time, engaging nations that have a say in international political and economic destiny.

    if the initiative that Modi has brought to roost is followed up sincerely, then India shall benefit.
     
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    Sir,
    A complete turnaround from the previous Cong govt policies. The previous govt under the ever silent MSM had been planning to give away Kashmir and Ladakh to Pakistan so that he can get a Nobel peace prize. On the contrary Modiji seems determined to corner and isolate Pakistan diplomatically. I hope Modiji gets the support of more countries as they can help us in matters relating to education,infrastructure etc.
     
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    No word of Russia? What happened to close friendship with -now isolated by the west- Russia?
     
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    Putin visited India last year. Russia remains as close as ever. Russia is helping us in fields like nuclear energy. They need to speed up FGFA though.
     
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    Russia midwifed Congress-I (the party dominated by Nehru-Gandhi family), and they are politically incompatible with BJP. Modi wouldn't want a repeat of LB Shastri. So he will keep his interactions with Russia very limited.
     
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    Looking forward to Russia visit: PM Modi
    Last Updated: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 - 16:39

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said he looked forward to visit Russia later this year, an official release said here Wednesday.

    During a meeting with Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu, Modi recalled a very successful visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to India in December 2014.

    The prime minister said the time-tested special and privileged strategic partnership between India and Russia acquired a new momentum with Putin's visit to New Delhi.

    Modi conveyed that he looked forward to visit Russia later this year for the 7th BRICS summit and for the bilateral annual summit.

    Sergei Shoigu is visiting India for the 14th meeting of the Inter-Governmental Commission on Military and Technical Cooperation which is co-chaired by the defence minister of India.

    IANS
    Looking forward to Russia visit: PM Modi | Zee News[/url

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    Russia to be cornerstone of Modi's foreign policy in 2015?
    India's top leadership will visit Russia this year with Prime Minister Narendra Modi scheduled to pay two visits to the country and President Pranab Mukherjee to travel to Moscow in May.

    While Modi will be visiting Russia in July for BRICS (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa) Summit, he is again scheduled to travel to Moscow for annual bilateral Summit towards end of the year.

    Mukherjee will be visiting to take part in Russian Victory Day celebrations on May 9.

    Apart from Mukherjee and Modi, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will also visit Russia to co-chair inter-governmental Commissions with Russian counterparts on key strategic issues of bilateral, regional and international importance.

    These visits will provide opportunity for high-level interactions between Indian and Russian leaders at least five times in six months starting from May.
     
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    There are on going projects with Russia.

    India is buying things from all over and improving the strategic and economic ties with the world.

    Have goods and TOT, Will Buy is the mantra.

    Watch what is happening in France right now.
     

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