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Dr Singh's buzzwords at UN: Developing, terrorism, Pakistan

September 28, 2013 22:41 IST

Dr Singh's buzzwords at UN: Developing, terrorism, Pakistan

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In a hard-hitting speech, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday at the United Nations General Assembly asked Pakistan to shut down "terrorist machinery" on its soil while making it clear that there can "never, ever" be a compromise on the territorial integrity of India of which Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part.

The PM virtually rejected Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's demand for resolution of the Kashmir issue on the basis of United Nations Security Council resolutions, saying India favoured settlement of all issues on the basis of the Simla Agreement.

Click HERE to read PM's speech at the UN

Poverty should be attacked and chemical weapons in Syria should be eliminated, Dr Singh asserted.

What were the words that the PM used the most in his speech?

The word cloud alongside gives the full break-up of the speech, the size of the word signifying the frequency with which it was used.

‘Terrorism’, ‘Pakistan’, ‘India’, ‘developing’ were among the most used words in the address.