Pope Francis’ opposition to nuclear weapons has boosted his chances for the Nobel Peace Prize
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and PM Modi visited the German automotive firm Bosch’s facility in Bengaluru
There are foreign policy lessons to be drawn from what didn’t happen during Angela Merkel’s visit.
On Tuesday, the first official stop for Merkel, who arrived in Bengaluru on Monday night, will be Bosch’s high-tech manufacturing and research facility in central Bengaluru.
While the matter is being handled by the German Ministry of Justice, Rijiju sought Kring’s active support in concluding the treaty at an early date.
“I admire German leadership in clean energy and commitment to combating climate change,” Modi told journalists after meeting Merkel, who was on a three-day visit to India.
Angela Merkel, accompanied by a large delegation of Cabinet Ministers and top officials, arrived here last night and was accorded a ceremonial welcome at the Rashtrapati Bhavan this morning.
Soon after her arrival, PM Modi tweeted, “Namaste Chancellor Merkel! Warm welcome to you & the delegation. I look forward to fruitful discussions & strengthening India-Germany ties.”
German chancellor to meet PM today under India, Germany intergovernmental consultations framework.
Indian investments in Germany have also shown a remarkable increase in the last few years and have invested over US $ 6 billion in Germany, mainly through M&As.
Long gone are the vestiges of the Cold War-era shunning of India by West Germany, which, as a faithful US ally, saw India as a Soviet satellite.
After visiting the Silicon Valley, PM Narendra Modi seems all set to host German Chancellor Angela Merkel at India’s Silicon Valley — Bengaluru — on October 6, government sources told The Indian Express. Merkel will be arriving in India on October 4 on a three-day visit. While Modi is keen to showcase the “Digital India” […]
Merkel told German lawmakers Thursday that “the opportunities are much bigger than the risks, we just have to recognize and use them.”
Germany will discuss the concerns of its industry on stability and clarity of policies.
Angela Merkel’s Germany has stepped up to the refugee crisis. The rest of Europe must follow.