On this occasion he also raised the issue of terrorism faced by the world at large and India in particular.
Ashok Sajjanhar, a former Indian diplomat, said that India is hopeful but apprehensive. H said a young population and a rising middle-class had help the Indian economy's manufacturing, trade and commerce sectors. For them it was a law and order problem, because they were not the sufferers. Today, it is not required to explain what's terrorism. "Those (Pakistan) who suffered because of this, is a different thing", Modi said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi who arrived in the U.S. on Sunday, on the second leg of his three-nation tour, said India has now emerged as a business-friendly destination, more so with the upcoming implementation of landmark GST beginning next month, while asking CEOs of top USA companies to invest in the country. "The old way of doing business where the USA will invest without thinking about benefits in return can no longer work as the politics in the United States has changed a lot in these last few months", Harsh V. Pant, a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and professor of worldwide relations at King's College London, told Sputnik.
He added: "The world did not and can not stop us. This is our character", he added.
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However officials point out that this is the first of several meetings this year, as both leaders will meet at the G-20 in Germany in a fortnight, and PM Modi may return for a longer visit in September during the UN General Assembly session. "Following the worldwide norms and law, in order to ensure that the sovereignty, security and peace is maintained, we are capable of taking very stern action". Prime Minister hailed and mentioned role of Minister of External Affairs, Smt.
Projecting his government's success in the areas of fighting terror and graft, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that there has not been a single blot of corruption against his regime and no country has questioned the surgical strikes conducted across the border. "7,000 reforms alone have been done by the government for ease of business", Modi said, as per another tweet by Baglay.
"We are pleased that the USA government has cleared the way for the sale of the MQ-9B Guardian to the Indian government", Linden Blue, CEO of the manufacturer, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, said in a statement. He added "it is for everyone to see how the MEA has, in addition to their routine work, emerged as a strong humanitarian force for Indians globally".
On the software side, Cook is learnt to have told PM Modi that about 740,000 app economy jobs that are attributable to iOS in India, and added that Indian app developers have created nearly 100,000 apps for Apple's App Store - which has grown by 57% in 2016. "Keep the bridge with India". He has previously accused Delhi of "stealing" USA jobs by paving the way for manufacturers to leave America and set up shop in India.
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