There is no affirmation of a gathering between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistan partner Imran Khan on the sidelines of the summit meeting of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), 

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National News: The Ministry of External Affairs proclaimed on Thursday. The explanation comes only multi day before Mr. Modi starts his initially round of outside outings with stops in Maldives and Sri Lanka where sports tact and counter-fear will be on the plan. 
“As far as I could possibly know I am not mindful of any two-sided meeting being set up or sorted out, between PM Modi and Prime Minister Imran Khan at Bishkek,” said Official Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar here. Both the pioneers are booked to make a trip to Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic for the SCO summit of 13-14 June. 
Pulwama and after 
There has been a progression of improvements that show continuous endeavors to proceed with de-heightening of the pressure that emitted after the fear assault at Pulwama and the Balakot counter-dread strike. 
Regardless of the absence of affirmation on a gathering with Pakistan, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said India will underscore on the significance of the “Area first” strategy as PM Modi will go to Maldives and Sri Lanka during 8-9 June. 
During his Male visit, Mr. Modi will hold interview with Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohammed Solih, previous President Mohammed Nasheed and others. India anticipates concessions to traditions, white transporting and preparing of common administration to be fixed during the visit, said Mr. Gokhale. The representative featured the significance of games as a component in the visit. He likewise said that a ship administration among Kochi and Maldives is under thought. 
“President Solih had communicated enthusiasm for preparing for the Maldivian cricketing group. Among his solicitations under dynamic thought are a cricket arena which we hope to work under a Line of Credit that will be given, and preparing. A group from the BCCI has visited Maldives for preparing of the Maldivian cricket group,” said Mr. Gokhale, featuring the significance of formative and social ties. 
India is relied upon to give cricketing help to Maldives as it did to Afghanistan a few years back. 
The Foreign Secretary reported that Mr. Modi will travel to Colombo, where he will be the primary remote head of government to visit since the Easter Bombings. 
Mr. Gokhale educated that India knows about supposed exercises of fear bunch ISIS in various pieces of South Asia and it will help when governments demand for help. “Normally the interest and the sort of collaboration they want needs to originate from them and on receipt of this solicitation our administration will be glad to coordinate,” he said. 
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