The Wall Street Journal said Modi's surprise move is "likely to add momentum to a tentative reconciliation process" between the nuclear-armed neighbours, while The Chicago Tribune noted it as "potential sign of thawing" relations. Analysts viewed the visit as a potential turning point in Pakistani-Indian relations. Including India. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is becoming a reality as fast as the concrete can be poured; and there is a regional fulcrum on which Pakistan and India sit ...
Sena's Punjab poresident Sanjiv Ghanauli, chairman Rajiv Tandon and senior vice-president Rajesh Palta said that "the sudden stopover in Lahore would embolden Pakistan and send wrong signals globally that India was under pressure vis-a-vis its relations with the neighbouring country".
Modi's stunning decision to drop in for talks with Pakistan's leader, something ex-premier Manmohan Singh failed to achieve in ten years of power, was welcomed in India, where it was seen as a calculated personal gamble. "The Prime Ministers discuss India Pakistan relations", tweeted Vikas Swarup, a spokesman for India's Ministry of External Affairs. During his two-hour stopover, Modi visited Nawaz Sharif's Jati Umra residence in Lahore .
He, along with his company, Turing Pharmaceuticals came under a lot of media attention after he jacked up the prices of a single drug from $13.50 per pill to $750. In November, however, Shkreli released partial financial results in an effort to demonstrate that Turing was serious about developing new drugs. He has handed in his passport and is restricted to travelling only to certain parts of New York.
Today's strikes look like a deliberate attempt to wipe out as numerous group's leaders as possible; reporting from Middle Eastern news agencies says that as well as Alloush several other commanders were killed as they took part in a meeting, which means the Russian pilots were probably acting on intelligence information.
And, as she prepares to celebrate her 90th birthday in 2016, she joked she had been warned to expect to have Happy Birthday sung to her regularly during the year ahead. Wearing a tweed day dress and a diamond and aquamarine brooch previously owned by her mother, the Queen said: "In 1949, I spent Christmas in Malta as a newly-married naval wife".