1. PM speaks to US President-elect Joe Biden, congratulates him for his win  Times of India
  2. 1,000 kms of Metro Rail by 2022 to 100 smart cities: PM Modi's pitch to investors  Mint
  3. PM Modi, Biden Talk, Reiterate Firm Commitment To Strategic Partnership  NDTV
  4. India well on its way towards urban transformation: PM Modi  Times of India
  5. Naveen Patnaik announces free smartphones for all households in Odisha's Naxal hotbed  Mint
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India News: Prime minister Narendra Modi had his first phone conversation with US president-elect Joe Biden Tuesday night, setting the immediate priorities for thIndia News: Prime minister Narendra Modi had his first phone conversation with US president-elect Joe Biden Tuesday night, setting the immediate priorities for th

PM speaks to US President-elect Joe Biden, congratulates him for his win | India News - Times of India

Indian cities abided by lockdown rules as the building block of our cities are not concrete but community, PM Modi said.Indian cities abided by lockdown rules as the building block of our cities are not concrete but community, PM Modi said.

Covid-19 showed our cities are vulnerable, says PM Modi at Bloomberg New Economy Forum - india news - Hindustan Times

'Spoke to US President-elect Joe Biden; we reiterated our firm commitment to Indo-US strategic partnership,' says Modi on Twitter'Spoke to US President-elect Joe Biden; we reiterated our firm commitment to Indo-US strategic partnership,' says Modi on Twitter

Discussed concerns like Covid, climate change: PM Modi on call with Biden

Media reports point out that foreign investors showed faith in the Modi-led government's recent initiatives and reforms that are long-term positive for the economy and the market as well.Media reports point out that foreign investors showed faith in the Modi-led government's recent initiatives and reforms that are long-term positive for the economy and the market as well.

Foreign fund inflows rise after PM Modi's interaction with investor groups

"We reiterated our firm commitment to the Indo-US strategic partnership and discussed our shared priorities and concerns," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a tweet after his first telephonic conversation with US President-elect Joe Biden on Tuesday."We reiterated our firm commitment to the Indo-US strategic partnership and discussed our shared priorities and concerns," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a tweet after his first telephonic conversation with US President-elect Joe Biden on Tuesday.

PM Modi, US President-elect Joe Biden discuss Indo-Pacific, climate change in first phone call - World News

It will still be unwell when the pandemic has passedIt will still be unwell when the pandemic has passed

The World in 2021 - India’s economy was sick before the coronavirus crisis | The World Ahead | The Economist

Discussed our shared priorities: PMDiscussed our shared priorities: PM

PM Modi speaks with U.S. President-elect Joe Biden, affirms importance of ties - The Hindu

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LIVE: PM Modi speaks to Biden, reaffirms Indo-US strategic partnership | Business Standard News

This year, as the world economy is grappling with the Covid-19 pandemic, the forum will witness discussions centered on refuelling the economy and charting a course for the future.This year, as the world economy is grappling with the Covid-19 pandemic, the forum will witness discussions centered on refuelling the economy and charting a course for the future.

COVID-19 showed us that cities are vulnerable: PM Modi at Bloomberg New Economy Forum

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday called upon people to continue to support the local economy like they did on Diwali and urged seers to also spread the message of ''vocal for local''.Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday called upon people to continue to support the local economy like they did on Diwali and urged seers to also spread the message of ''vocal for local''.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Urges Seers To Spread Message Of Vocal For Local

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Thursday inaugurate the Bengaluru Tech Summit, 2020 that will deliberate on the key challenges emerging in the post-pandemic world.  Australian prime minister Scott Morrison, Swiss Confederation vice president Guy Parmelin and many other prominent international figures besides thought leaders, industry captains, technocrats, researchers,Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Thursday inaugurate the Bengaluru Tech Summit, 2020 that will deliberate on the key challenges emerging in the post-pandemic world.  Australian prime minister

PM Modi to inaugurate Bengaluru Tech Summit on Thursday | Deccan Herald

PM Narendra Modi said Covid-19 pandemic has presented an opportunity for administrators to reimagine cities and built sustainable urban centres as norm and not exceptionPM Narendra Modi said Covid-19 pandemic has presented an opportunity for administrators to reimagine cities and built sustainable urban centres as norm and not exception

He pitched for foreign investment to modernise urban centres in India, offering a business friendly climate and a huge market.He pitched for foreign investment to modernise urban centres in India, offering a business friendly climate and a huge market.

Will leave no stone unturned to make India a global investment destination, says PM Modi

He pitched for foreign investment to modernise urban centres in India, offering a business friendly climate and a huge market.He pitched for foreign investment to modernise urban centres in India, offering a business friendly climate and a huge market.

Will leave no stone unturned to make India a global investment destination, says PM Modi

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, the first person of Indian descent elected to the position, as a source of “great pride and inspiration.”Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, the first person of Indian descent elected to the position, as a source of “great pride and inspiration.”

India's prime minister says Kamala Harris's 'success is a matter of great pride and inspiration' | TheHill

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, the first person of Indian descent elected to the position, as a source of “great pride and inspiration.”Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, the first person of Indian descent elected to the position, as a source of “great pride and inspiration.”

India's prime minister says Kamala Harris's 'success is a matter of great pride and inspiration' | TheHill

Prime Minister Modi also conveyed congratulations for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, the first woman and person of colour to hold the post.Prime Minister Modi also conveyed congratulations for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, the first woman and person of colour to hold the post.

PM Modi speaks to Joe Biden, reiterates commitment to Indo-US partnership | India News,The Indian Express

New Delhi, November 15 PM Narendra Modi on Saturday took a swipe at China, saying “expansionist forces display a distorted 18th century mindset”. Interacting with troops at Longewala postPM Narendra Modi on Saturday took a swipe at China, saying “expansionist forces display a distorted 18th century mindset”. Interacting with troops at Longewala post in Rajasthan, the PM warned those wanting to take advantage of India’s tolerance. The Indian soldiers would give a fi

Will give fierce reply if provoked, warns Prime Minister : The Tribune India

Addresing Bloomberg economy forum, PM Modi says India has added advantages of being a vibrant democracy and huge market with a business-friendly environment.

PM Modi's pitch to global investors — put your money in India's urbanisation and mobility – ThePrint

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The prime minister wants to attract foreign investment to modernise urban centres as the country rebuilds its economy.The prime minister wants to attract foreign investment to modernise urban centres as the country rebuilds its economy.

Benjamin Netanyahu and Narendra Modi both recognized Biden as president-elect.Benjamin Netanyahu and Narendra Modi both recognized Biden as president-elect.

Biden speaks with leaders of Israel, India | TheHill

Benjamin Netanyahu and Narendra Modi both recognized Biden as president-elect.Benjamin Netanyahu and Narendra Modi both recognized Biden as president-elect.

Biden speaks with leaders of Israel, India | TheHill

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that post-COVID-19 world will need a restart, however, the restart will not be possible without a reset. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that post-COVID-19 world will need a restart, however, the restart will not be possible without a reset. 

PM Narendra Modi offers opportunity to invest in India's urbanization at Annual Bloomberg New Economy Forum | India News | Zee News

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver an address at the 3rd Annual Bloomberg New Economy Forum on 17th November 2020 at around 6:30 PM.Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver an address at the 3rd Annual Bloomberg New Economy Forum on 17th November 2020 at around 6:30 PM.

PM Modi to deliver address at Annual Bloomberg New Economy Forum today - Oneindia News

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(Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keen to attract foreign investment to modernize India’s urban centers as the world’s second-most-populous nation rebuilds its economy after the coronavirus pandemic halted activity.The prime minister is seeking foreign investment to modernise India’s urban centers.

Modi Seeks Funding to Build Smarter Indian Cities Post Pandemic