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Modi is the first Indian prime minister to visit the West Bank.
Saudi Arabia does not recognize Israel and lifting the 70-year-old airspace ban would reflect what appears to be thawing ties between Israel and the kingdom.
Company plans to hire 200 employees in next three years.
Israel mum on move, Saudis deny permission granted; flights to New Delhi to start next month
By HERB KEINON
India and Israel are set to sign an inter-government agreement once the price of the Spike is finalized by the negotiating committee.
By SHISHIR GUPTA/HINDUSTAN TIMES
Fueled by unpredicted, massive, and rapidly growing Asian trade, Israel’s foreign relations are steadily gravitating from West to East.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls Mahatma Gandhi "one of humanity's great prophets of inspiration."
Indian Prime Minister Modi said that "one vote does not change the overall pattern" of ties between the two countries, which he said is of “a very close relationship that is getting closer."
Cancellation of such a large deal is liable to deal Israel's Rafael Defense Systems a serious blow.
By GLOBES/YUVAL AZULAI
Netanyahu, accompanied by his wife Sara Netanyahu, went to the site where Mahatma Ghandi was cremated. He wore white slippers, he and his wife laid a wreath on the tomb.
Trips such as this one to India are critically important for Netanyahu politically, because they shift the spotlight, ever so briefly, from scandals to statesmanship.
Five-day visit begins with gesture of warmth from Modi; PM hints missile deal may be revived.
Diplomatic reporter Herb Keinon accompanied the Israeli prime minister on the 5-day trip.
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