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PM set to go to New York for UN meet


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New Delhi: Against the backdrop of Security Council reforms gathering momentum and the world looking at India’s leadership role in resolving complex global issues, Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh is set to go to New York later this month to participate in the UN General Assembly (UNGA) session.

Dr Singh will participate in the UNGA after a gap of two years. He last went to New York in September 2008, a visit overshadowed by his meeting with Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari and his last meeting with then US president George Bush in Washington in the final stages of negotiations on the India-US nuclear deal. (IANS)


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