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US likely to sell Guardian drones to India, say sources
WASHINGTON: The US is likely to respond positively to India's request for 22 unarmed high-tech multi-mission Predator Guardian drones for maritime surveillance, especially in the Indian Ocean, sources have said.

India extends $500 million to Vietnam to bolster defence ties
India on Saturday extended a USD 500 million line of credit to Vietnam to deepen their defence cooperation and signed 12 agreements including a deal to construct offshore patrol boats.

Vietnam, India issue Joint Statement (Part 2)
Vietnam and India issued a Joint Statement on the official visit to Vietnam on September 2-3 by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Vietnam, India issue Joint Statement (Part 1)
Vietnam and India issued a Joint Statement on the official visit to Vietnam on September 2-3 by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Indian PM meets with Vietnamese Buddhists
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with monks and nuns studying at the Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Hanoi on September 3 as part of his visit to Vietnam, which began on September 2.

The development of Vietnam – India relations
Party General Secretary, Nguyen Phu Trong received Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi at the Party’s Headquarters on September 3rd during his official visit to Vietnam

Vietnam-India ties upgraded to comprehensive strategic partnership
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi agreed to upgrade their countries’ strategic partnership to a comprehensive strategic partnership during their talks in Hanoi on September 3.

India, US pledge deeper security and commercial ties
India and the United States pledged on Tuesday to deepen security and commercial ties at the start of an annual strategic dialogue in which tension with Pakistan over the Kashmir region will also be discussed.

PM Modi’s visit to Vietnam kicks off with defence, trade as top agendas
On Saturday, the Prime Minister will hold bilateral talks with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc and will also meet President Tran Dai Quang.

Trying to get support of other nations for India's NSG bid: Japan
NEW DELHI: Japan's Ambassador to India, Kenji Hiramats Tuesday announced that Japan is supporting India's entry into Nuclear Supplier's Group (NSG) and the UN Security Council as he suggested that the Japan-India relations should be strengthened further to ensure peace and stability in the region.