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India can help U.S to keep an eye on Pakistan, says Nikki Haley?

IndiaVision Wednesday, 18 October 2017
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N says the united states is calling at India to assist extra in Afghanistan, specially in monetary and development assistance India can assist the united statesmaintain a watch on pakistan as president Donald Trump has “taken a tougher technique to Islamabad harbouring Terrorists”, usaambassador to the U.N Nikki haley has stated. Noting that Mr. Trump lately introduced a new approach for combating terrorism in Afghanistan and South Asia, MS. Haley stated one of the pillars of that method is the improvement of America’s strategic partnership with India. “The US’s overriding hobby in Afghanistan and in the course of south Asia are to get Rid of terrorist […]

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