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Israeli PM Netanyahu to visit India before polls in both countries

Israel will hold elections for the Knesset (Parliament) on April 9.

Israel spends big on digital security, PM Benjamin Netanyahu says ‘cyber diplomacy’ is the future

India is among the countries with which Israel has a cybersecurity agreement, according to the Cyber Directorate at Tel Aviv.

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Ex-Israeli army chief launches campaign to replace Netanyahu

Gantz is flaunting a tough military pedigree and emerging in the polls as Netanyahu's top rival. This highlights how security rules supreme in the minds of most Israeli voters.

War of words escalates, Israel PM Netanyahu calls Erdogan 'anti-Semitic dictator'

Speaking in Istanbul Sunday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Netanyahu an oppressor who commits "state terror".

Israel urges UN to condemn Hezbollah over tunnels

Early this month, Israel announced the discovery of what it said was a network of cross-border Hezbollah attack tunnels and launched an open-ended military operation to destroy them.

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s obsession with image could be his downfall

If his legal troubles spell the end of his storied career — and no one is writing him off yet — the evidence uncovered by the police suggests that Netanyahu will have only himself to blame

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Israel President Benjamin Netanyahu to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo today: Israeli PM's office

Netanyahu often uses meetings with international officials to push his agenda of halting Iran's nuclear ambitions. Israel also sees Tehran's moves to set up bases in neighbouring Syria as a regional threat.

Israeli police recommend indicting Benjamin Netanyahu in bribery case

The prime minister has denied any wrongdoing, dismissing the accusations as a witch hunt orchestrated by the media.

Israel's Netanyahu tells Chad leader he will visit more Arab states soon

Chadian President Deby said his visit was "historic" for both countries and that it "could facilitate the turning of a new page in relations between us" but added that even with a renewal of ties, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could not be ignored.

Benjamin Netanyahu says fresh Israel elections would be 'irresponsible'

Benjamin Netanyahu issued the message on Monday, moments before his education minister, Naftali Bennett, was to announce whether he's pulling his Jewish Home Party out of the coalition.

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Israelis hold mass protests over violence against women

Organizers of the nationwide protests want the government to implement a $67 million plan it promised last year to combat violence against women

PM Narendra Modi, Israeli PM Netanyahu bond in Gujarat; hold grand roadshow

From his visit to Sabarmati Ashram to a roadshow in Ahmedabad, a few glimpses of Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to PM Narendra Modi's home state Gujarat today.

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Netanyahu lauds PM Modi for revolutionising India-Israel relations

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in India for a six-day visit during which he will discuss bilateral ties with PM Narendra Modi. Netanyahu, along with his wife Sara, will also be visiting Agra, Gujarat and Mumbai.

Shalom Namaste: Modi-Netanyahu bonhomie on display on first day of visit

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu is the second Israeli prime minister to visit India in the last 25 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

Narendra Modi becomes 1st Indian Prime Minister to land on Israeli shores

Modi in Israel: The Indian Prime Minister visited Israel for a trip that he described as 'ground breaking'. PM Modi is the first Indian head of state to make a trip to Israel. Benjamin Netanyahu, his Israeli counterpart, said his country has waited a long time for the Indian PM's visit.

President Pranab Mukherjee voices distress over Israel-Palestinian violence

President Pranab Mukherjee today called for a peaceful resolution of all disputes to which the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded by affirming that his country wanted to co-exist with Arabs but would firmly fight terrorism.

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