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Pakistan must end terror for dialogue with India: PM

  • Raisina Dialogue, Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Opening Session of the Second Raisina Dialogue, in New Delhi

    India alone cannot walk path of peace suggesting that Islamabad "must walk away from terror if it wants to have dialogue with India".

  • Raisina Dialogue, Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
    It also has Pakistan's journey to make. Pakistan must walk away from terror if it wants to have dialogue with India

    In what can be described as the BJP-led government's foreign policy doctrine Modi outlined his approach to India's most difficult neighbour -- Pakistan. "India alone cant walk the path of peace.

  • Raisina Dialogue, Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
    Pakistan and cross-border terror was not lone focus of PM's over 30 minute speech at this edition of Raisina Dialogue titled

    He also recalled his efforts to reach out to Pakistan -- invite to Nawaz Sharif for inauguration of government in May 2014 and his stopover at Lahore in December 2015.

  • Raisina Dialogue, Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
    But he was quick to add without going into details that both sides (India & China) need to show sensitivity and respect for core concerns ...

    "Engagement with China is sort to tap areas of commerical partnership. Development of India and China is an opportunity. But it is not unnatural for two large neighbouring powers to have differences," Modi noted.

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