No one nation can dictate the world, says Modi: Live

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters in New York on Saturday.   | Photo Credit: PTI

20.52: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi concluded his speech with 'Namaste.'

20:51: Let us reform United Nations Security Council by 2015, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi

20.49: Accommodate all concerns in trade deals, the Prime Minister says

20.47: The Prime Minister is talking about the importance of Yoga at the UN General Assembly.

20.46: India wants to cooperate and work with the world on renewable energy: Modi

20.45: Basic sanitation is not available to millions of people. Nor is electricity and drinking water: PM

20.44: Terrorism is taking new shape and new name. No country, big or small, in the north or the south, east or west, is free from its threat: PM

20.44: Raising issues in UN is not the way to make progress towards resolving issues between our two countries: Modi.

20.41: No terror act should hamper Indo-Pak talks, Mr. Modi said

20.40: No one nation can dictate the world, says Narendra Modi in his speech. We'll turn 70 next we wait till we turn 80? Next year can be an opportunity for UN;we've forgotten about reforms : PM

20:39: Need a comprehensive convention on international terrorism says Mr. Modi; includes outer space and cyberspace in his speech

20.38: Why is it that despite having a wonderful platform like UN we have had to have various G platforms: Mr. Modi

20.38 We need united effort to fight terrorism, says Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

20.36: No one country can run the world.. pitch for UN, multilateralism, said Mr. Modi

20.35: Let us work for peace, says Mr. Modi at the UNGA meeting

20.34: Why so many G-8 groups other than UN and why don't move to G-all, said Mr. Modi

20.33: India In very important spheres we are seeing new tensions, says Mr. Modi

20.32 Not sure about raising Kashmir issue at UN will yield fruitful results We believe in multilateralism, says Mr. Modi.

20.31 Many countries harbouring terrorists, says Narendra Modi in his first address at UNGA. Today some countries are differentiating between good terrorism and bad terrorism..all countries must be included in the fight

20.30 Tunishia's success is people's push for peace and democracy, says Narendra Modi

20:28: Today we are focussed on helping flood victims in Kashmir, not just in India but Pakistan as well.And our duty first to eradicate poverty

20.27: Pakistan must create atmosphere for talks, says Narendra Modi

20.26: Wave of democracy in Asia and Africa, says Mr. Modi

20.14: India for global justice and prosperity, says Narendra Modi in his UNGA address

20:22: Mr. Modi started with "Great honour to address you all"

20.21: India sees world as a family.

20:20 India going through economic, social change, says Mr. Modi in his address

20:19: Aware of the expectations of the Indian citizens, says Narendra Modi

20:17: Narendra Modi begins his speech

20:16: Prime Minister Narendra Modi being invited to deliver his speech the UN General Assembly

20:14: Modi implied that the UN was not the appropriate forum to raise the Kashmir issue as it was a bilateral matter.

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20.08: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached the UN General Assembly with External Affairs Minister SushmaSwaraj. The address will begin shortly

20.03: Mr. Modi also raised the issue of combating terrorism in his interaction with the UN chief.

20.01: Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the UN headquarters. Narendra Modi referred to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s remarks on Kashmir in the meeting with the UN SecretaryGeneral.

19:56: On 26th September 2014, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif addressed the United Nations General Assembly. The following is the message:

In a speech that is bound to raise a strong reaction from India, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif spoke at length about the Kashmir issue during his address to the United Nations General Assembly.

Calling on the U.N. to implement a “plebiscite” on Kashmir, Mr. Sharif said Pakistan could not “draw away” from the Kashmir dispute until it was resolved. He referred to what he called “the suffering of people, especially women” in the State.

Mr. Sharif’s remarks mirror statements made by Pakistan more than a decade ago, and leaves little ambiguity that the talks process between India and Pakistan is stalled for the moment.

In a brief interaction with The Hindu shortly after his speech, Mr. Sharif denied that he had taken a tougher position on Kashmir than in the past. He had no knowledge of whether there would be direct talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the near future or at the SAARC Summit in Kathmandu.

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