Modi at UNGA: PM targets Pakistan and China, but not by name; slams nations with 'regressive thinking'

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi didn't directly mention Pakistan or China in his Saturday speech to the United Nations General Assembly, but the targets of his address were clear. AP
Prime Minister Narendra Modi didn't directly mention Pakistan or China in his Saturday speech to the United Nations General Assembly, but the targets of his address were clear. AP

Prime Minister Narendra Modi didn't directly mention Pakistan or China in his Saturday speech to the United Nations General Assembly, but the targets of his address were clear. AP

In a roughly 20-minute speech delivered in-person and in Hindi, Modi called upon the international community to help the women, children and minorities of Afghanistan and said that it was imperative the country not be used as a base from which to spread terror. AP
In a roughly 20-minute speech delivered in-person and in Hindi, Modi called upon the international community to help the women, children and minorities of Afghanistan and said that it was imperative the country not be used as a base from which to spread terror. AP

In a roughly 20-minute speech delivered in-person and in Hindi, Modi called upon the international community to help the women, children and minorities of Afghanistan and said that it was imperative the country not be used as a base from which to spread terror. AP

India has charged that the Taliban is Pakistan's 'proxy terrorist' group and expressed concerns that Afghanistan could be used as a training ground for anti-India militant groups. AP
India has charged that the Taliban is Pakistan's 'proxy terrorist' group and expressed concerns that Afghanistan could be used as a training ground for anti-India militant groups. AP

India has charged that the Taliban is Pakistan's 'proxy terrorist' group and expressed concerns that Afghanistan could be used as a training ground for anti-India militant groups. AP

While Modi struck a high-minded tone in his speech, India and Pakistan verbally sparred during Friday night's 'right of reply' period. Following Imran Khan's speech in which he accused India of human rights abuses and fomenting terrorism, an Indian diplomat essentially flung those same accusations back. AP
While Modi struck a high-minded tone in his speech, India and Pakistan verbally sparred during Friday night's 'right of reply' period. Following Imran Khan's speech in which he accused India of human rights abuses and fomenting terrorism, an Indian diplomat essentially flung those same accusations back. AP

While Modi struck a high-minded tone in his speech, India and Pakistan verbally sparred during Friday night's 'right of reply' period. Following Imran Khan's speech in which he accused India of human rights abuses and fomenting terrorism, an Indian diplomat essentially flung those same accusations back. AP

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