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Modi returns home from Japan visit

  • Narendra Modi, Sushma Swaraj, AFS Palam, HAL

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi upon his arrival at AFS Palam in New Delhi on Wednesday after the Japan tour. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today returned home after concluding his successful visit to Japan, which promised to give USD 35 billion to India over the next five years for developmental projects, as the two sides agreed to enhance their strategic cooperation to a new level.

  • Narendra Modi, Sushma Swaraj, AFS Palam, HAL

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi being welcomed by Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj upon his arrival at AFS Palam in New Delhi on Wednesday after his Japan tour. He arrived here this afternoon after five-day trip during where he visited Kyoto, besides Tokyo where he held talks with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe and met other leaders. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj received him at the airport here.

  • Narendra Modi, Sushma Swaraj, AFS Palam, HAL

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi being welcomed by Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj upon his arrival at AFS Palam in New Delhi on Wednesday after his Japan tour. The two countries signed five pacts covering defence exchanges, cooperation in clean energy, roads and highways, healthcare and women while vowing to take their relationship to newer level. Japan also lifted ban on six Indian entities including Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) which had been imposed in the aftermath of 1998 nuclear tests.

  • Narendra Modi, Sushma Swaraj, AFS Palam, HAL

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi being welcomed by Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj upon his arrival at AFS Palam in New Delhi on Wednesday after his Japan tour. During the visit, his first bilateral outside the subcontinent since becoming Prime Minister in May, Modi invited Japanese investments while hard-selling India as a conducive destination for business particularly for the manufacturing sector. He told the Japanese businessmen that India was awaiting the investments with a 'red carpet' and not 'red tape' as rules and procedures have been eased by his government.

  • Narendra Modi, Sushma Swaraj, AFS Palam, HAL

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi upon his arrival at AFS Palam in New Delhi on Wednesday after the Japan tour. Winding up his official programme yesterday, Modi had expressed gratitude to Japan for reposing "trust" in India and demonstrating its friendship with a quip "yeh fevicol se be zyada mazboot jod hai (this bond is stronger than that of fevicol)". "This visit has been very successful," he had said at the Indian community reception hosted in his honour here earlier.

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