US Visit

  • Over 300 Indo-US organisations join hands to give Modi a historic public reception 1 week ago

    Washington: More than 300 Indo-American organisations from across the US have come together to give Narendra Modi a "historic public reception", when he comes here on his maiden visits as India's Prime Minister in September. The event is also expected to be attended by a number of US lawmakers. Held under the...
  • US: Sikh rights group secures summons against Manmohan Singh ahead of his arrival September 26, 2013

    As Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrives in US on a four-day visit, a Sikh rights group has secured summons against him from a US court in connection with the alleged human rights violations in the counter-insurgency operations in Punjab in the 1990s. The Sikh for Justice (SFJ), the New York-based rights...
  • Myanmar's Suu Kyi begins landmark US visit September 18, 2012

    Washington: Myanmar's democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi has arrived here on her first visit to the US, after being released from house arrest in 2010, during which she will meet President Barack Obama and be honoured with Congress' highest award for her human rights work. The 17-day visit will be...
  • China's next leader Xi Jinping visits White House February 14, 2012

    Washington: Washington is getting its first hard look at Xi Jinping, the man destined to lead China in the coming decade, during which the global powers probably will see their economic ties grow even as they are viewed increasingly as military rivals. Vice President Xi is set to replace the staid...
  • PM leaves for US, to hold talks on terrorism April 12, 2010

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh began the first leg of an eight-day visit that will take him to the nuclear security summit in the US and then Brazil. Singh left for Washington at 9:30 am on Saturday. He is expected to reach Washington Saturday and is scheduled to meet...
  • India-US relationship to focus on five Es November 26, 2009

    Washington: Economy, energy, environment, education and empowerment -- the India-US relationship will accord new emphasis to these areas, says Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, adding that ties in defence, security and counter-terrorism will be consolidated. Addressing the Indian American community at a reception hosted on Wednesday by the Indian Ambassador to the...
  • Dr Singh gets a grand welcome to the White House November 25, 2009

    Washington: It was a grand welcome for the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the US - a message to mark the beginning of a new chapter in Indo-US relations. ...
  • In Pics: US Prez Obama welcomes PM Manmohan Singh November 25, 2009

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was welcomed by US President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington on Tuesday, November 24, 2009. ...
  • PM urges world to pressurise Pak over 26/11 November 24, 2009

    Washington: It was an assertive Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who spelled out India's vision for its foreign policy at the CFR in Washington on Tuesday. To begin with, on China - an issue that has cast a shadow over his talks with the US President ever since Obama visited Beijing...
  • India @ 9: PM's US visit likely to stay symbolic November 24, 2009

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's US trip had the completion of Nuke-deal formalities as a key issue. But that agenda seems to have run into trouble. Sources have told CNN-IBN that the deal may not be finalised in this visit of the PM. The reprocessing of used fuel seems to have...
  • Power in Pakistan rests with the army: Manmohan November 23, 2009

    Washington: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh reached the United States of America on Sunday for a four-day state visit. Singh's talks with US President Barack Obama will be wide-ranging and touch on several bilateral issues - including the Indo-US civil nuclear deal. The Indian Prime Minister spoke exclusively to Fareed Zakaria on...
  • PM arrives in US, to meet Obama on Tuesday November 23, 2009

    Washington: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in Washington on Sunday to a red carpet welcome as the first state guest of President Barack Obama for a visit that is expected to take the Indo-US strategic relationship to the next level. Singh, his wife Gursharan Kaur and the entourage, was welcomed by...
  • PM-Obama meet to pack a punch November 23, 2009

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is en route to the US on a four-day official visit. His talks with US President Barack Obama will be wide-ranging and will touch the bilateral issues. As he lands in Washington DC, the Prime Minister is hoping for a whole new take-off in...
  • Chidambaram in US, agenda focussed on anti-terror September 9, 2009

    Home Minister P Chidambaram is in the US to continue the dialogue with the Obama administration on the security situation in South Asia. It's a visit aimed at learning how the US fights terror. CNN-IBN's Indira Kannan reports from New York. ...
  • Chidambaram on US visit September 9, 2009

    New York: On a visit to the United States, Home Minister P Chidambaram had a first-hand experience of how the US' financial capital, which is on the terror radar, is protected by security agencies from terrorist attacks. Chidambaram, who arrived into New York on the first leg of his four-day US...
  • Chidambaram's US visit put off, dossier talk on hold January 9, 2009

    New Delhi: In a last minute move, Home Minister Palaniappan Chidamabaram's visit to the US has been put on hold. P Chidambaram was scheduled to leave for Washington on Friday, where he was to present evidence on the Mumbai attacks. Sources told CNN-IBN that the decision to defer the visit was...
  • Pranab Mukherjee in US, N-deal to dominate visit March 24, 2008

    New Delhi: The UPA's tightrope walk on the Indo-US Nuclear Deal with the US continues unabated. External Affairs Minister, Pranab Mukherjee will land in Washington on Monday to brief senior US officials — including Secretary of State, Condoleeza Rice — on the status of the deal. A meeting with President...
  • Exclusive interview: Pranab on N-deal, IAEA agreement March 22, 2008

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee has indicated that the Indo-US nuclear deal is still on track on the eve of his first bilateral visit to the US. He's also said the Government has arrived at the text of a safeguards agreement at the IAEA. Talking about his Washington...
  • Queen laughs at Bush's expense May 10, 2007

    New Delhi: Queen Elizabeth II, normally a picture of dignified reserve, couldn't resist teasing President George W Bush before her six-day visit to the United States ended on Tuesday. With a playful grin, the queen opened a dinner toast to the president saying “I wondered whether I should start this...
  • Mushspeak: Hindu terror, Hindu bomb September 26, 2006

    Washington: Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf says he is against use of the term Islamist terrorists or "Islamo-fascists" as such labelling can then be used for other terrorist outfits as well, like the Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka who are Hindus. "Does one call terrorists in Sri Lanka Hindu terrorists? Why is...