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India, Uzbekistan standing firmly against terrorism: PM Modi

IndiaTimes Friday, 11 December 2020
Talking about convergence of views between the two countries on regional issues, he said an Afghan-led and Afghan-controlled process is required to restore peace in Afghanistan. Modi also said that it was important to preserve the gains of the past two decades in Afghanistan.
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Addressing a press conference in the national capital on December 24, the official spokesperson of Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Anurag Srivastava said, "India will host the next meeting between Uzbekistan, India, Iran on Chabahar; dates yet to be finalised. Afghanistan as a major stakeholder will be invited for this meeting." On being asked about the Pakistan leadership accusing India of conducting 'False Flag' operation, Srivastava added, "It has become a daily routine of Pakistan's leadership to make such fictitious and humorous statements. There is no basis for such statements and should be ignored."

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Afghanistan Afghanistan Landlocked country in South-Central Asia

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Gunmen killed two female judges from Afghanistan's Supreme Court in an early morning ambush, which also saw their driver wounded.
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Two Afghan female judges shot dead in Kabul ambush

Afghan officials blame the Taliban for the attacks, an accusation the armed group denies.

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Gunmen kill female judges in Afghan capital

Unknown gunmen shot and killed two female judges in Kabul on Sunday as they travelled to work. Emily Wither reports.

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Pentagon says US has dropped to 2,500 troops in Afghanistan [Video]

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Narendra Modi Narendra Modi 14th and current Prime Minister of India

‘Farm laws not just an assault on farmers…’: Rahul Gandhi slams Centre [Video]

‘Farm laws not just an assault on farmers…’: Rahul Gandhi slams Centre

Rahul Gandhi lashed out at the Modi government over the three farm laws that have led to massive protests by farmers. The Congress leader alleged that the Modi government was working for the benefit of a few crony capitalists that he alleged were close to the Prime Minister. He said that the three new laws will destroy agriculture in the country and it will eventually also impact the middle class as they will end up having to pay higher prices. He also said that the agriculture sector was the last that was protected from the monopoly of the corporate and that has also now been taken over. Rahul Gandhi’s attack comes as farmers have been protesting against the three laws passed by the Centre and have demanded withdrawal of the laws. The government insists that the farmers are being misled by a few political parties and that the farm laws will benefit the farmers of the country. Watch the full video for all the details.

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Not afraid of PM Modi, I have clean character: Rahul Gandhi [Video]

Not afraid of PM Modi, I have clean character: Rahul Gandhi

"I am not afraid of Narendra Modi, I have a clean character, they can't touch me but they can shoot me. I am a nationalist," said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi during a press conference on January 19. Gandhi further claimed that he has a clean character and all farmers know what he does. When asked about the committee formed by the Supreme Court, Rahul Gandhi said, "I won't comment on Supreme Court and India can see the reality of the Supreme Court."

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Farmers are smarter than PM, govt cannot fool them: Rahul Gandhi

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi over the farm laws row said that it is not an assault on farmers but on the middle class and every youngster of the country, who is not able to get a job. Gandhi further said that farmers are smarter than Prime Minister Narendra Modi and government can neither tire them out nor fool them. "The rice, wheat you (middle class) buy comes at the rate you purchase because of APMC and the agricultural system. This is not an assault on farmers but on the middle class and on every single youngster in the country, who is not able to get a job. Realise that your independence is being taken away. The government in its arrogance believes that they can tire out the farmers and fool them, you can neither tire them nor fool them. Farmers are smarter than the Prime Minister. There is only one solution, government will have to take back the farm laws, there is no other solution," said Rahul Gandhi during a press conference on January 19.

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