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MonitorIndia : Foreign Relations - Ambassador of a leading Arab country spoke about cooperation between India and his country. “We are keen to work with India on irrigation and water issues. You are learning a lot from the Israelis, and we can work with them indirectly through you.” In the summer of 2015, India hosted an unusual Saudi Arabia-Israel track II meeting in Lucknow, with very high-level participation.
Published by News18 on July 4, 2017, 5:51 PM IST Read More 
Benjamin Netanyahu   India-Israel ties   Modi in Israel   Modi visit to Israel
MonitorIndia : Foreign Relation - India has traditionally downplayed relations with Israel fearing it would alienate the country’s 170 million Muslims. But Modi, a popular Hindu nationalist leader facing weak political opposition at home, is embarking on the trip to Israel with little concern for domestic fallout—and is skipping a similar visit to meet Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah.
Published by Live Mint on Tue, Jul 04 2017. 09 25 AM IST Read More 
MonitorIndia : Foreign Relation - As Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarks on his trip to Israel, many await the outcome of this historic visit. Modi will be the first Indian prime minister to ever visit Israel and symbolically, will not stop to visit the Palestinian Authority while in Jerusalem. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu - בנימין נתניהו is rumoured to share a good personal chemistry with Modi and has tweeted warmly, welcoming the Indian leader to Israel. Netanyahu has cleared his schedule for the two days Modi is in Jerusalem and plans to spend the entire time in discussions with him.
Published by OneIndia on Jun 28, 2017, 6:38 am Read More 
culture   India-Israel relations   International Relations   Modi's Israel Visit
MonitorIndia : Governance -Several Indians employed in Saudi Arabia are planning to send their dependants back with the kingdom set to introduce, from July 1, a monthly 'dependant fee' for expats.The fee — 100 riyals (approx. Rs 1,700, as on Tuesday) per month for each dependent — is likely to prove a big financial burden for the Indian expats.Moreover, this tax is set to go up by 100 riyals per dependant every year till 2020. This means that, in 2020, a family would have to shell out 400 riyals (approx. Rs 6,900) for each dependant every month.
Published by Times of India on Jun 21, 2017, 11.32 AM IST Read More 
Saudi ‘family tax’
  Updates as on Jun 19 2017
  Afghan president inaugurates first air corridor with India, bypassing Pakistan  
MonitorIndia : Economy - Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani on Monday said at the official inauguration ceremony of the new air cargo route between Afghanistan and India that people who create problems for Afghanistan should know that the people take these issues and turn them into opportunities.
Published by Hindustan Times on Jun 19, 2017 17:30 IST Read More 
Afghanistan-India air corridor   Ashraf Ghani
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