Trump, Modi exchange hugs during Rose Garden statements

The growing bonhomie between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Donald Trump appears to strongly reflect in the way Indians perceive the US President when it comes to his leadership qualities and policy initiatives.

The contrast-belt at the waist provided a nod to Trump's military-inspired wardrobe and defined the silhouette.

Therefore, whilst Trump and Modi met in the Oval Office to talk about a variety of issues, Twitter was busy analyzing Modi's hugs, and whether or not they were genuine, or hugs that were given just to mess with the president. "Eliminating terrorism is among the top-most priorities for both nations".

A statement from the Department said Mr. Salahuddin "vowed to block any peaceful resolution to the Kashmir conflict, threatened to train more Kashmiri suicide bombers, and vowed to turn the Kashmir Valley into a graveyard for Indian forces". Then after the hug, Modi grabbed President Trump's hand briefly, as if to pull Mr. Trump toward him again.

Both Secretaries reiterated the Trump administration's "strong desire to consolidate the gains made in the multidimensional ties", Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Gopal Baglay said.

Modi highlighted his government's economic reforms and the ease of doing business in the country.

Moments ahead of the Modi, Trump meeting, the USA declared Pakistani terror group Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin as a specially designated global terrorist'.

"Eliminating terrorism is among the topmost priorities for us", Modi said in his joint statement with the United States president at the White House Rose Garden.

PM Modi also invited the Trump to visit India.

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"I would be exchanging views with PM Rutte on important global issues including counter-terrorism and climate change", Modi said in a pre-departure statement in New Delhi on June 23.

Relations between India and the U.S. were generally cool until the 1990s but they warmed under Trump's predecessor Barack Obama, as India sought greater foreign investment and trade ties.

In his meeting with Modi, Cook disclosed that Apple expected its Indian operations to be run completely from renewable energy within the next six months, according to a person familiar with the discussion.

The two leaders had spoken over phone thrice before this meeting.

Assocham Secretary General D S Rawat said yet another positive from the outcome of the Modi-Trump meeting is the commitment to strengthen cooperation to address excess capacity in industrial sectors.

Only 25 per cent Indians disapprove with Trump withdrawing United States support from the climate change agreement, well against the global median of 71 per cent.

The US president said that ties between India and the US have never been stronger and better.

The two leaders underlined the close ties between their countries, with Trump saying India has a "true friend" in the White House. The president also thanked "the Indian people" for their efforts in Afghanistan and in levying new sanctions against North Korea, which the president said "has to be dealt with and probably dealt with rapidly".