Narendra Modi Makes History: Featured on Newsweek Cover After Indira Gandhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made history by becoming the first Indian Prime Minister to grace the cover of New York-based Newsweek magazine since Indira Gandhi’s feature in April 1966. In an exclusive interview with Newsweek, Modi discussed pressing issues such as the India-China border situation, the Ram Temple, and Article 370.

Modi emphasized the urgency of addressing the India-China border situation, highlighting the importance of a stable relationship between the two nations not only for themselves but also for global stability. He expressed optimism about restoring peace through constructive bilateral engagement at diplomatic and military levels.

Reflecting on the 2019 Pulwama attack, Modi also touched upon India-Pakistan relations. The interview sheds light on Modi’s perspective on crucial geopolitical matters, underscoring India’s diplomatic efforts and commitment to regional stability.

Modi’s appearance on the Newsweek cover marks a significant milestone, symbolizing India’s growing prominence on the global stage under his leadership.

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