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Manmohan Singh

Date of Birth: 26/09/1932


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The Delhi Durbar

At the first-ever India-Africa summit in New Delhi on 8 April, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addressed 14 African leaders - eight of them heads of government - pledging to disburse US$500 million in grants for development projects in Africa over the next five years...


Delhi reaches out

A credible partnership At the official level, India found little support in Africa for its 2004 initiative to join an expanded United Nations Security Council, and a visit by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to Nigeria and South Africa last November was the first of its kind since the end of the colonial era...


Quiet on the eastern front

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said New Delhi was ‘closely’ monitoring Kenya’s turbulence and was in contact with the authorities in Nairobi and the non-resident Indian community, the majority of them Hindus from western Gujarat state who trade and run retail businesses...


Strategic partnerships

An indicator of this intent emerged in November 2007 when Manmohan Singh became the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Nigeria in 45 years, holding talks with President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua on energy security, increasing bilateral trade, United Nations’ reforms, the World Trade Organisation and terrorism...


Friendly in Kampala

Yet the President did not appear to have made a formal report on his talks, although he had bilateral discussions with, notably, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh...


Mr Secretary Sharma

The strong commitment to Sharma of Indian Premier Manmohan Singh gave the lie to reports that he was not keen on a candidate close to Sonia Gandhi, repository of the soul of India's Congress Party...


Old timers and first timers

It will be a first CHOGM for Indian Premier Manmohan Singh (who was unable to be in Malta) and Canada's Stephen Harper, who came to office in January 2006...


Secretarial duties

He is said to be sponsored by the 'mother' of the Congress Party, Sonia Gandhi, rather than by Prime Minster Manmohan Singh...


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