Narendra Modi signs several agreements in Saudi Arabia after addressing FII; countries form Strategic Partnership Council
Narendra Modi, who is on a two-day visit to Saudi Arabia to attend the Future Investment Initiative, held talks with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz and powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and inked over a dozen agreements in several key sectors.
Narendra Modi in Saudi Arabia: PM urges global investors to benefit from India's start-up system, promises 'highest returns'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday called upon global investors to benefit from India's vibrant start-up ecosystem, which stands as the third-largest in the world, adding that he firmly believes that any investment in India's innovation sector would yield huge returns.
Narendra Modi in Saudi Arabia: PM calls for reforms in structure of UN, says some countries using it as tool
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday pressed for the United Nations reforms while expressing regret over some 'powerful' countries using the global body as a "tool" rather than an 'institution' to resolve conflicts.
Balakot aftermath: Top US general calls Pakistani counterpart, discusses security situation post IAF air strike
General Joseph Dunford, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, on Tuesday spoke to his Pakistani counterpart General Zubair Mahmood Hayat to discuss the "current security environment" in Pakistan
Premier League: Andre Ayew hits back at disgraced West Ham United chief, says he is proud of African roots
Swansea's Ghanaian forward Andre Ayew hit back at West Ham's sacked director of recruitment Tony Henry for calling into question the attitude of African players.
Bundesliga: Robert Lewandowski rescues struggling Bayern Munich against Cologne; RB Leipzig held by Wolfsburg
Robert Lewandowski bagged his 15th goal in 16 league games as Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich went nine points clear despite struggling to beat bottom side Cologne 1-0 on Wednesday.
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Thomas Hughes urges distribution of free tickets to ensure good crowds in Delhi
Thomas Hughes said, "In regards to the Under-17s World Cup, if this is a 60,000 seater staudium,(and) you think you will get 200 people, you're going to have to give away free tickets."
The US envoy was with the governor for 45 minutes, a Raj Bhavan source said without, however, sharing the details of the meeting.