Xi Jinping visited India for an informal summit on Friday. His day in Mamallapuram was spent visiting three historical monuments. After watching a cultural play during his visit that day, he and PM Modi sat down for a round table discussion.
For the fifth time, Reserve Bank of India could cut its benchmark interest rates on 4th October, 2019 to boost a slow economy as inflation is in a comfortable zone. On 4th October, 2019, RBI’s six-member Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is scheduled to announce the fourth bi-monthly policy for 2019-2020 after a three day long meeting.
On 2nd October, UK court supported India’s claims in the 70-year-old, 35 million Pounds Hyderabad fund case. The National Westminster Bank in London is holding the case. The fund was held by the High Commissioner of Pakistan to the UK Rahimtoola since 1948.
On 30th September, India’s External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar defended India’s rights to buy a Russian missile defense system on his U.S trip despite the threatening of sanctions from the United States of America.
PM Khan talks about various things during his speech, but mostly he talks about India’s curfew. Jammu and Kashmir have been shut down for 55 days now, and he asks the UN to hell. He warns that once the curfew is lifted, there would be a bloodbath.
PM Modi, at Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York, stated that he regrets that India is not included in the Nuclear Suppliers Group. He also states that India’s 72% of electricity is generated by burning coal. Should an alternate fuel be found, India will be able to reduce the emissions and create a model.
After a talk with Pakistani PM, Trump says that India has made its stand quite clear on how it would take the issue of terror in Jammu and Kashmir. He also refers to Modi as a father figure of the country and has high praise for his speech at Houston.
Donald Trump meets with Imran Khan within 24 hours of Houston. Furthermore, he offered yet again to be an arbitrator for the J&K issue. However, India has maintained that it is a bilateral situation.
Tulsi Gabbard is the first Indian origin person to run for president in the US. She apologized about her missing the Houston event scheduled on the 22nd of September in advance due to prior presidential campaign arrangements. She expresses her views and apology in a video.
The US is pushing an autonomous selection of the successor for the Dalai Lama. Furthermore, China has not had any interactions with Dalai Lama’s representatives in the past nine years and has hinted that it may choose somebody who would back China’s motives.