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India's Modi quick on Twitter diplomacy; no mention of U.S.

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No problem at all that he should ignore America.

I am more concerned about what this nationalist is going to do rather than what he does not do.

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The shape of things to come for declining America?

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The article needs to be revised. Modi just talked to Obama and has announced it on Twitter. The title of the article should be changed to: India's Modi quick on Twitter diplomacy; no mention of China

A significant non-mention on the Modi-Twitter diplomacy list is Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who incidentally had called the BJP leader after his electoral success. Nor has Modi mentioned China, or Bangladesh in his any of his tweets, which is crucial given that both have important strategic relations with India.

See http://www.firstpost.com/world/modi-reaches-out-to-world-leaders-on-twitter-ignores-pakistan-1533361.html

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The article needs to be revised. Modi just talked to Obama and has announced it on Twitter. The title of the article should be changed to: India's Modi quick on Twitter diplomacy; no mention of China

No one can ignore China and India is no exception, in fact Modi had visited China and enjoying 'friendly' business relation when he was Chief Minister.

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The shape of things to come for declining America?

This is not the type of person America should associate with anyways.

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