India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi says India will not bow down to any “threat” and will “work for the benefit of all”.
He made the remarks at a news conference at the Indian embassy in New Delhi.
“We have to be strong.
We have to work for the welfare of all,” he said.
Mr Modi said he was “satisfied” with the way things are going in India.
He said the country was in a position to “move forward”.
Mr Trump also said India and Pakistan were “the only countries that have no borders”, and urged the two neighbours to resume talks.
The US President also said he “totally support” India’s efforts to address the crisis in Kashmir.
“We are very concerned about the situation in Kashmir, and we have very close relations with India,” he told reporters in Delhi.
Mr Trump has accused India of harbouring terrorists, and of funding Kashmiri separatists who have waged a three-decade insurgency against India.