PM Modi, Joe Biden's 1st physical meet: India is US' last hope to control Taliban, rein in China?

In the last week of September, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to travel to the United States of America for his first physical meeting with Joe Biden after the latter assumed the mantle of the US President. The main items on the agenda list are likely to be Afghanistan, and China. From preventing Taliban from converting Afghanistan into a terror factory, to reining in Beijing's expansionist attempts in the South China Sea and along its land borders - PM Modi and Biden will have a lot to discuss. A physical meeting of Quad leaders, which include the Japanese and Australian PMs apart from Indian and US heads of government, is also likely. The Quad is seen as a counterweight to China in the Indo-Pacific region. PM Modi might also address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Watch the full video for more.