Israeli analysts say Narendra Modi's visit to Ramallah 'comfort prize' for Palestine amid growing New Delhi-Tel Aviv ties
Israeli analysts generally accept India's strategic need to demonstrate its traditional support for Palestine with some seeing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's trip to Ramallah as a "comfort prize" for Palestinians amid growing Indo-Israel ties
Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to India: Finalisation of multi-million dollar Israeli anti-tank missiles deal may be on agenda
Strengthening cooperation in key areas, including a possible inking of Israeli anti-tank missiles deal, is on table during visit of Benjamin Netanyahu
Ahmedabad to witness Modi-Netanyahu roadshow on 17 January; Israel PM likely to also visit Sabarmati Ashram
A mega road show has been planned by the Gujarat government when e Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu visit the state and Ahmedababd on 17 January.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi completed his historic three-day visit to Israel on Thursday.
Narendra Modi's chemistry with Benjamin Netanyahu raises the question - why did India snub Israel for so long?
Narendra Modi would have been aware, for he is a man with a keen sense of history, that in becoming the first Indian prime minister to visit Israel he was merely correcting a historical wrong.
With Israel willing to collaborate on a Government to Government (G2G) as well as Business to Business (B2B) basis on agriculture and water resources technology, it may be Maharashtra’s gain all the way.
Laying the foundation of a new chapter in relations with Israel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his "ground-breaking" visit on Tuesday, receiving a warm welcome.
Voices in the Gulf and in some domestic circles are worried about Narendra Modi accepting the Israeli PM's invitation to visit their country. Modi should ignore their urgings as India's ties between Israeli and Arab is not a zero-sum game
India's vote on the Gazan human rights violations is a case of head and heart being torn in different directions. But our vote against Israel is not finally a sign of hard-headed calculations.