Across much of India, leaders of Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party chant his name and plaster his picture on billboards and campaign pamphlets. He featured less prominently in one corner of Madhya Pradesh.
India and China focused on boosting economic ties in the first formal talks between the two countries holding more than a third of the world’s people since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took power in New Delhi last month.
China is ready for a final settlement of its border disputes with India and prepared to invest more in the South Asian nation if trade rules are eased, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said late yesterday in New Delhi.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley pledged to restore investor confidence in Asia’s third-biggest economy on his first day in office after Narendra Modi unveiled the nation’s smallest cabinet in 16 years.