India and UK join hands on terror, defence, cyber security

November 14, 2015

From technology transfer in defence to going after the Lashkar-e-Toiba, from cyber security to tackling online child pornography — a new joint statement on defence and security has emerged as a major takeaway from the meetings between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his British counterpart David Cameron on Thursday and Friday.

The two spent a considerable amount of time talking about terrorism at the Chequers — Cameron’s country residence where Modi spent the night — on Friday morning, sources told The Indian Express. They also discussed several issues while taking a walk at the countryside lawns Friday morning before heading for breakfast.

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