UNGA Clashes: India’s Quiet Snubs & Pakistan’s Direct Attacks
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan both delivered their addresses at the UN General Assembly on 27 September.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan both delivered their addresses at the UN General Assembly on 27 September.(Photo: The Quint)

UNGA Clashes: India’s Quiet Snubs & Pakistan’s Direct Attacks

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan both delivered their addresses at the UN General Assembly on 27 September. The 74th session of the UNGA was Narendra Modi’s second one as India’s Prime Minister and the first for Pakistani PM Imran Khan.

So what really happens at the UNGA? A bunch of resolutions are taken and the 193 odd members get to cast a vote. But most importantly it sets the stage for a showdown between countries. In this podcast we take a look at the showdown between India and Pakistan over Kashmir and cross-border terrorism.

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Tune in to The Big Story for highlights from Modi and Imran Khan’s speeches, and India’s rebuttal to Imran Khan. We also spoke to former Secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs Vivek Katju for an analysis of both the addresses.

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