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India is the best country in terms of investment, far-reaching reforms have been done in the economic sector: PM Modi

India is the best country in terms of investment, far-reaching reforms have been done in the economic sector: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi while inviting investors from the world said that India is the best place for investment in the world today. He said that the kind of trust that companies want for investment and compatibility in policies is available in India.

Modi, while addressing the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum through video conferencing, mentioned the steps taken by his government towards reforms and opportunities in various sectors including coal, mining, railways. He stressed that India is a strong democratic and diverse country and far-reaching reforms have been made in recent months.

The five-day conference of the forum began on 31 August. Its theme is’ New challenges facing America-India. The Prime Minister said that India is the most favorable country for investment. He said that the epidemic has shown the world that the decision to develop a global supply chain should not be taken just on the basis of cost. They should also be based on trust. Companies are now considering the credibility and policy stability as well as the geographical area strength.

He said that India is a place where all these characteristics are there. “In view of these, India is emerging as one of the most favorable destinations for foreign investment,” he said. Be it America or Gulf countries, whether Europe or Australia – the world believes in us. This year we have received foreign investment inflow of $ 20 billion.

He said that FDI in India has increased by 20 percent in 2019, also when global FDI has fallen by one percent and it shows the success of our FDI system. The Prime Minister said that his government has made far-reaching reforms to ease business and reduce red tape. He said that the road ahead is full of opportunities for us.

If the war comes,e China may have to pay a heavy pric, India can get support from powerful countries like America

If the war comes,e China may have to pay a heavy pric, India can get support from powerful countries like America

The situation between India and China on the Line of Actual Control is not normal. Tensions between the soldiers of the two countries have increased considerably in the past few years. There are also reports of clash. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his speech from Red Fort on the occasion of Independence Day, has already sent a message to China that his policy of expansionism is no longer going on.

Not only this, China has made powerful countries like America as well as enemies of India. The stalemate between the two countries can be clearly seen in the South China Sea. In such a situation, if China tries to go to war with India, it may have to pay a heavy price.

The policy of expansionism made China the enemy of many countries
China has become an enemy of countries like America, Britain, France, Australia or Japan due to its expansionary policy. In such a situation, if war breaks out, there is a possibility that India can get the support of these countries. India’s recent relations with these countries have been strengthened by PM Modi’s new foreign policy.

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Things have changed since 1962, India has moved forward
The Chinese military and its ruling leaders often refer to the 1962 war, but now the neighboring country has to understand that the situation has changed to a great extent. India has spent heavily on its defense budget. If Rafael has signed a deal with France, then a large number of modern weapons have been purchased from Israel. The Indian Army has gained a lot of strength from such defense agreements. This is the reason why in 2017, the Chinese army had to withdraw its footsteps in Doklam. Not only this, Indian soldiers killed more than 40 Chinese soldiers in the Galvan Valley. However, 20 soldiers of India were also killed in this clash.

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Indian Army repulsed PLA off southern Pangong coast
The Indian Army has completely liberated the southern areas of Pangong Lake from the Chinese Army, with the LAC in eastern Ladakh foiling the Chinese infiltration attempt on 29 August. Along with this, deployment has been increased in the Pangong Lake area. According to army sources, the southern end is now completely under the control of the Indian Army. According to army sources, the southern part covers the area of ​​Finger Five and its vicinity, where the Chinese army was present at some places. Finger 5 also had Chinese troops stationed at high altitudes. But after the latest skirmish, the Indian Army has not only prevented him from moving forward but has pushed him further back.

‘US wants alliance with India-Australia-Japan like NATO’
The United States wants to formalize its close defense relations with countries in the Indo-Pacific region. With the aim of competing with China, India wants to form an alliance with Japan and Australia, just like the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). US Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Bezgan said this on Monday.

PLA resurfaces near Pangong Tso coast, Indian Army gives a befitting reply

PLA resurfaces near Pangong Tso coast, Indian Army gives a befitting reply

The deadlock between India and China is not being named. On the night of 29 and 30 August, Chinese troops tried to re-enter the deadlocked site in eastern Ladakh, but were repelled by the already prepared Indian jawans. However, according to some media reports, during this time there is also talk of skirmish between the soldiers of both the countries.

Army PRO Colonel Aman Anand said Indian troops had already sensed Chinese troops’ activity on the southern shore of Pangong Tso Lake and foiled infiltration attempts. He also said that the army personnel took action to thwart the Chinese intentions to strengthen the Indian post and unilaterally change the facts on the ground.

The PRO stated that the Indian Army is committed to maintaining peace through dialogue, but is equally determined to protect its territorial integrity. A brigade commander level flag meeting is going on in Chushul to resolve the issues. The army said the PLA violated the previous consent made after the military and diplomatic standoff during the ongoing standoff in eastern Ladakh. This comes at a time when talks with China to reduce border tension in eastern Ladakh are stuck in stalemate.

During recent diplomatic negotiations between India and China, it was not agreed to bridge their differences over the ceasefire and de-escalation process along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). India stressed the need to resolve issues expeditiously.

Meetings and discussions are being held continuously in India
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh recently discussed the deadlock along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh with the NSA and three service chiefs. China has also made heavy deployments to coincide with China showing its presence in LAC. Several rounds of negotiations have also taken place between the two countries.

On June 15, 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a bloody clash between the two sides. More than 40 Chinese soldiers were also killed during this period. China repeatedly talks about peace, but does not desist from its antics in deadlocked areas.

Sri Lanka understood China’s move, said – Deal with Dragon fault, now India first policy

Sri Lanka understood China’s move, said – Deal with Dragon fault, now India first policy

Sri Lanka, which has suffered extensively due to the trickery of China, has come to understand that the port deal with the Dragon was its biggest mistake. Not only this, the neighboring country has now also said that it will continue with the policy of India First. Meanwhile, experts in South Asia say that in the times to come, countries like Nepal, Bangladesh may also regret the same, which are still tweeting with China.

Sri Lankan Foreign Secretary Jayanath Kolombaje has said that Sri Lanka wants to follow a neutral foreign policy but will follow the policy of ‘India First’ in strategic and security matters. Speaking to a Sri Lankan TV channel, Kolombaje said, “The President (Gotabaya Rajapaksa) has said that we will follow the India First policy on strategic security matters.” We cannot be a strategic threat to India and we do not have to. We will benefit from India. The President has clearly said that as far as security is concerned, you are our first priority, but I have to deal with others also for economic prosperity.

The Foreign Secretary said that with neutral foreign policy, Sri Lanka will protect India’s strategic interest. During this time he said another big thing and admitted that it was a mistake to lease Hambantota port to China for 99 years.

Foreign Minister S Jaishankar recently spoke to his counterpart Gunawardene after Rajapaksa’s election victory. The victory of 70-year-old Gotbaya Rajapaksa, who was the disputed Defense Secretary during the Civil War, is of particular importance to India as India hopes that the new Colombo administration will not allow foreign power against the strategic interests of New Delhi. Experts, who have monitored Sri Lankan diplomatic relations with global powers for decades, are confident that Gotabaya will not adopt a policy against much of US interests in the region.

Significantly, when Rajapaksa’s brother Mahinda Rajapaksa was the President of Sri Lanka, China invested heavily in Sri Lanka’s infrastructure projects. The investment came as Sri Lanka was isolated in the international fraternity due to the brutal crushing of the ongoing civil war from the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). The country was caught in the ‘Chinese debt trap’ due to Mahinda and had to lease the Hambantota port developed by China to China for 99 years.

India will also participate in 6th International Defense Industry Forum Army 2020 in Russia

India will also participate in 6th International Defense Industry Forum Army 2020 in Russia

Russia’s Ministry of Defense has organized the sixth International Defense Industry Forum Army 2020. Which will be held in Moscow on 29 August. Many big countries will participate in it. State-of-the-art weapons and military hardware will be introduced at the event. Delegations from at least 70 countries have confirmed their participation in the high-profile event to be held by 29 August. This year due to the restrictions imposed by the Corona virus, many countries will not be able to show their participation in it.
However several embassies including the Embassy of South Africa and the Embassy of the Philippines have already confirmed to Sputnik that they will send a defense attachment for the incident. Brazilian Deputy Defense Minister and Secretary of Defense Products Marcos Devgut and Arak Devitan, chairman of the Defense Industry Committee of the High-Tech Ministry, have confirmed the event. Meanwhile, Belarus, Brazil, India, Kazakhstan and Pakistan will showcase their nation at the event.

The event will feature more than 730 pieces of Russian weapons and equipment as well as 28,000 industrial enterprises for a free inspection. The inauguration ceremony and tour of official delegations are scheduled for Sunday, while the next three days will be opened to industry professionals only. The forum will be open for extensive visits from August 27-29.

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin will participate in the inauguration ceremony and later in the exhibition of new weapons, military and special equipment. The Russian Ministry of Defense first announced that a unique exhibition would be held at the Forum to explore the development of Russian tanks. For the first time in history, a line of 23 tanks and armored vehicles will be stationed on the open area at Patriot Park. Meanwhile, for the first time in the history of the Forum a separate exhibition will also be dedicated to the Russian Navy.

It will include state-of-the-art replicas of warships, submarines, as well as new technical equipment for the fleet. In addition, a unique laser cutting device for diving for underwater technical and ship lifting operations will be demonstrated at the event.
The event will also discuss the application of 3D technologies in the design, manufacture and operation of weapons, military equipment among global military officers, researchers and defense industry experts. Meanwhile exposition will be presented in 14 Russian regions within the Army 2020 Forum, including the Republic of Buratiya and the districts named Chukotka Autonomous.