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India, UK for coop on terror


The News Bureau, Jan 11

India and United Kingdom discussed on Sunday counter-terror cooperation in the wake of recent attacks in Paris, France. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also invited investments from United Kingdom in telecom, defence and railways.

Minister of Trade and Investment, United Kingdom, Lord Ian Livingstone and Modi were keen on intensifying cooperation in education, science and technology. The PM appreciated the cooperation extende

by UK as a partner country for the Vibrant Gujarat summit.

Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, Yosuke Takagi, Prime Minister of Bhutan Tshering Tobgay,  Second Minister for Trade and Industry, Singapore, S Iswaran, Australian Trade Minister Andrew Robb and Premier of New South Wales Mike Baird, Deputy Prime Minister of Poland, Janusz Piechocinski discussed with prime minister.

India’s Prime Minister appreciated Bhutan’s intensive vigilance on the borders and sharing of information. Over 10 Indian-assisted hydropower projects are expected to generate a combined capacity of over 6400 MW by 2022-23.


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