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Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi is set for another international visit. Shri Modi would be going to Australia. Prime Minister is considering this visit to be both special as well as historic for it is going to be first bilateral visit to Australia by an Indian Prime Minister in 28 years.

Prime Minister, Shri Modi would be meeting top Australian leaders and various G-20 leaders. He would be discussing and working upon relevant issues concerning the world especially matters relating to global economy. Shri Narendra Modi has been honoured to have been given an opportunity to address the Australian Parliament during his visit.

PM would also be addressing a gathering of Indian Australian community on November 17th there. Shri Modi has been continuously seeking suggestions and ideas from the people for his address to the Indian community there on MyGov portal.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 6, 2014

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 6, 2014

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Delimitation has to happen at a quick pace so that J&K gets an elected Government: PM

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has called today’s meeting with political leaders from Jammu and Kashmir an important step in the ongoing efforts towards a developed and progressive J&K, where all-round growth is furthered.

In a series of tweets after the meeting, the Prime Minister said.

“Today’s meeting with political leaders from Jammu and Kashmir is an important step in the ongoing efforts towards a developed and progressive J&K, where all-round growth is furthered.

Our priority is to strengthen grassroots democracy in J&K. Delimitation has to happen at a quick pace so that polls can happen and J&K gets an elected Government that gives strength to J&K’s development trajectory.

Our democracy’s biggest strength is the ability to sit across a table and exchange views. I told the leaders of J&K that it is the people, specially the youth who have to provide political leadership to J&K, and ensure their aspirations are duly fulfilled.”