PM Modi cancels travel to UK for G7 as India sees Covid-19 surge
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not travel to the UK to participate in the G7 summit next month, given the massive surge in Covid-19 cases in India. This will be the second multilateral event that Modi has had to give up in a month. PM Modi will say his bit in a virtual address, but will miss out on the most important in-person international meeting.
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