Published: Mon, June 26, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Indian diaspora showers praise on PM Modi

India as a net beneficiary of the Paris Agreement and has sound economic reason to support the agenda.

On Sunday Modi told top American executives that India is a business-friendly country of "minimum government" - a message expected to resonate with Trump, who has proposed streamlining what he calls business-hampering USA regulations and cutting the budgets of several USA government agencies.

They're bracing for a further crackdown on America's equivalent of the 457 skilled immigration visa, a program India's biggest tech companies use to supply their American operations with cheaper workers. -Indian relations since Trump took office on January 20 add gravity to the meeting."The meeting will provide more clarity on whether the past six months have been Act 1 in a surprising friendship or Round 1 of a protracted slugging match", he said.

"Especially after the nuclear deal, the relationship between Washington and New Delhi has emerged as a concern among Chinese strategists", she said. "Now the good news is, these days, very few people will say they are completely anti-vaccine", Oliver said.

Many US companies have investment plans in India.

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"In concluding remarks, PM stresses imp of coopn 4 start up, innovation &tapping huge intellectual, edu & vocational training potential in India", Baglay tweeted. The Prime Minister said India, while following worldwide laws and norms, is also capable of taking the "toughest of steps for our sovereignty, security, peace, our people and progress".

The growth of India presents a win-win partnership for India and the United States both. "Social media has become very powerful".

Infrastructure, defence manufacturing and energy security also came up for discussion during the meeting.

"They also applauded the reform measures and steps taken by the government to improve ease of doing business", the external affairs ministry spokesperson added.

On Sunday, Modi Tweeted that he had met with top CEOs to promote India's business-friendly approach to global trade and investment.

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Analysts say today's meeting would give Mr Modi the chance to size up a United States leader whose focus has so far been on ties with India's regional rival China.

"Good", Apple CEO Tim Cook told reporters, describing the outcome of the meeting.

Highlighting his achievements in rooting out corruption, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that there has been "not even one taint or blot" on his government in the past three years.

After an Oval Office meeting mid-afternoon, the leaders will dine together at the White House, though no press conference is scheduled.

US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP on his Twitter account.

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On the other hand, a former high-ranking USA diplomat who served as ambassador to India in the early 1990s under President George H.W. Bush, Thomas Pickering, says he is concerned the two leaders will focus on short-term economic gains, at the expense of nurturing a longer-term strategic relationship. Both leaders will be meeting in the background of a trade deficit in India's favor. Besides, Mariott International chief Arne Sorenson, Johnson & Johnson's Alex Gorsky, MasterCard's Ajay Banga, Warburg Pincus' Charles Kaye and Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein also attended the session at the Hotel Willard Intercontinental in Washington ahead of Modi's summit meet with President Donald Trump on Monday.

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