US, India tell Pakistan: Don't let terrorists use your territory

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Modi's remarks come at a time when Indian techies are facing problems availing H1-B visas after President Donald Trump put restrictions on it.

Trump said "The future of our partnership has never looked brighter", said Trump during a joint appearance with Modi in the White House Rose Garden.

Trump also said he will be working with India to create jobs in both countries and to grow economies of the two countries.

Wake up: "the most important PM of the world is coming", is how Prime Minister Narendra Modi's forthcoming visit to Israel, the first by an Indian premier, is described in an article in one of the leading Israeli business daily. He recalled that Trump had visited India in 2014 before he became the US President and made nice comments.

"We talked about terrorism, extremism and radicalisation and agreed to cooperate on this. Reflecting the partnership, the United States has offered for India's consideration the sale of Sea Guardian Unmanned Aerial Systems, which would enhance India's capabilities and promote shared security interests", the statement said.

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Trump and Modi also called on Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used to launch terrorist attacks on other countries.

Baglay said that Prime Minister Modi was focusing on trade, technology and investment during the meeting with CEOs.

Praising the U.S.as a valued partner in India's flagship programmes, Prime Minister Modi asserted that eliminating safe havens of terror and bring stability to Afghanistan was the major priority of both nations. "Not many people know it, but both American and the Indian constitutions begin with the same three very attractive words: We the people", and yes, democractic nations came together.

Modi gave Trump a bear hug during their joint appearance before then showering praise on the United States leader.

The designation slaps sanctions on "foreign persons who have committed, or pose a significant risk of committing, acts of terrorism that threaten the security of USA nationals or the national security, foreign policy, or economy of the United States", the statement read.

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On Monday evening, Trump and Modi had a working dinner, the first time Trump has played host to a foreign dignitary at a White House dinner. Trump said both nations are "determined" to destroy terrorist organisations and the radical ideology that drives them. "I was pleased to learn about an Indian Airlines recent order of 100 new American planes, one of the largest order of it is kind, which will support thousands and thousands of American jobs", Trump said.

He is a great Prime Minister. "Trying to get the price up a little bit", he said. "We have had a lot of discussions already", adding, "the relations between the USA and India are very strong and powerful". India is the fastest growing economy in the world Trump said and added, "We hope we will be catching up you very soon".

India Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the partnership between the businesses of the two countries can bear enormous fruits, worth many billions of dollars over the next decade, and generate new employment opportunities across both societies.

Separatist leaders accuse New Delhi of keeping people in Kashmir, long the centre of a bitter territorial dispute between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan, under the heel of up to 750,000 security forces.

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