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Wednesday, October 1, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Indo-US Summit 
Modi, Obama set agenda for decisive action
Both sides agree on joint counter-terror efforts to nail LeT, JeM, Dawood * 3 smart cities on anvil * Boost for defence, trade ties
Raj Chengappa in Washington DC

After years of lassitude, Prime Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama after a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House on Tuesday. AFP Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama moved decisively to set a new agenda by announcing a slew of outcomes that promised to rejuvenate the flagging relations between the two countries. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama after a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House on Tuesday. AFP

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It’s time to set new agenda: Modi, Obama
Prime Minister Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets Indian-Americans on his arrival at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington DC on Monday. PTI Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama have set an ambitious agenda that seeks to reinvigorate the US-India relationship that some analysts say has stagnated in recent years.

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