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Issues of trade, investment and counter-terror cooperation are likely to be discussed at the joint commission meeting.
Both the leaders held the positive discussion and further elevating the Special Strategic Partnership by expanding ties across several sectors, MEA spokesman Raveesh Kumar said.
According to authorities in Kansas, Sharath Koppu, who hails from Telangana, was fatally shot during a suspected incident of robbery at a restaurant where he worked.
Sushma was the leader of opposition in Loks Sabh during 2009-14 making her the natural choice to be PM if her party won the election, Chidambaram wrote in an article.
If you are a woman, you are a potential victim, at home, in the street, in office, in the place of worship or in cyberspace.
Sumi Sukanya Dutta finds that India has no dedicated law to tackle online trolling and nobody with a strong political or social viewpoint that goes against a certain ideology enjoys any immunity.
Medhav's defence of Swaraj is the first instance of a senior BJP office-bearer offering a detailed public response on the controversy.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today joined the increasing number of political leaders across party lines to come out in support of Sushma Swaraj, who has been subjected to vicious trolling.
Rahatkar stated such trolling cannot be justified. "Sushmaji is our senior leader and respected by all. All I would like to say that no one should be badly trolled on a social media", she said.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj continues to take on the vicious trolls targeting her over issuance of passport to an interfaith couple.
Swaraj has been the target of offensive tweets for helping Tanvi Seth get her passport after an officer allegedly harassed her for not changing her name to a Muslim on after marriage.
In a series of tweets, Swaraj said that the Indian Embassy in Nepal has deployed representatives in Nepalganj and Simikot to provide help to the stranded pilgrims at Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.
Singh is the only minister to have spoken out in support of his colleague, who has been the subject of offensive tweets following a passport row involving an interfaith couple.
The suicide bombing that occurred in Nangarhar province of Afghanistan claimed lives of 19 people, including 11 Sikhs and injured 20 others on Sunday.
Sushma Swaraj initiated a Twitter poll last night, 1,24,305 Twitter users took part, with 57 per cent respondents backing her, while 43 per cent supporting the trolls.