PM Narendra Modi skips Pakistan airspace flying to SCO summit, meeting with Xi Jinping today

A day before Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan land in the Kyrgyz Republic’s capital, it’s cloudy in Bishkek and five Indian medical students are posing for photos in front of an imposing Soviet-era building that houses the state history museum at Ala-Too Square in the heart of the city.

Dressed in green, their convocation colours, and sporting black graduation caps, they also have a message for the two leaders. “They should meet, keep their politics aside, and talk about the problems,” says Ritesh Kumar Sharma, a 24-year-old from Jaipur, who proudly displays his MBBS degree and album from the International School of Medicine in Bishkek. Read More

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