Indo Us Relation

  • American lawmakers hopeful of better Indo-US ties under PM Modi July 25, 2014

    Washington: Eagerly awaiting to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he visits the US in September, top American lawmakers have hoped that an assertive foreign policy of the new Indian government would bring the two countries closer than ever. In their remarks, Congressmen cutting across party lines supported strengthening of...
  • Obama looking forward to meet Modi in September: US official July 10, 2014

    New Delhi: President Barack Obama is looking forward to meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in September, which will be a "valuable opportunity" to renew the strategic partnership and spur trade between the two countries, a senior US official said on Thursday. US Deputy Secretary of State William J Burns, who met...
  • Modi greets US on its Independence Day July 4, 2014

    New Delhi: On the occasion of US Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday extended greetings to the country and said he envisions a "bright future" for the bilateral relations. "Independence Day greetings to the people of USA. I envision a bright future for India-USA relations that will benefit both...
  • Narendra Modi should revive US investment: Fareed Zakaria May 22, 2014

    How does the world view Narendra Modi's victory? What is the future of India-United States relationship with Narendra Modi as Prime Minister? CNN-IBN Deputy Editor Sgarika Ghose interviews Fareed Zakaria, Editor, TIME magazine, author and commentator. ...
  • Will miss working with you on day-to-day basis: Obama to Manmohan Singh May 17, 2014

    New Delhi: US President Barack Obama on Saturday called up Prime Minister Manmohan Singh soon after he demitted office and said he was one of the few public leaders whom he "admired" and that he would "miss" working with him on "day-to-day basis." During the farewell telephone call, Singh noted that...
  • Khurshid meets US Secretary of State, takes up Khobragade issue January 22, 2014

    Montreux: After a row of bitter exchanges with the United States over the Devyani Khobragade issue, Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Wednesday met the US Secretary of State John Kerry and discussed recent developments in the bilateral relations between the two nations. Upset over the Devyani Khobragade episode, India...
  • India says US probably still most important ally January 22, 2014

    New Delhi: The case of the Indian consul arrested and strip-searched in New York last month was handled "appallingly" and needs to be resolved, but the United States remains probably India's most important ally, the Indian ambassador to Washington said on Tuesday. "I won't underplay this incident, I won't overplay this...
  • Bharara given time till January 31 to respond to Khobragade's plea January 18, 2014

    New York: A US judge here has granted Manhattan's top prosecutor Preet Bharara time till January 31 to file his opposition to the motion submitted by Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade seeking dismissal of the indictment against her on visa fraud charges. Khobragade's lawyer Daniel Arshack had on January 14 filed a...
  • Devyani issue a mini crisis, won't affect ties with US: Khurshid January 12, 2014

    New Delhi: While describing the case of Indian Diplomat Devyani Khobragade being arrested in US, as a mini crisis, Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid denied that any major damage had been done to the for the Indo-US relations by the difference of opinions of the two countries over the issue. "There...
  • It's a battle half won, US should apologise, says Devyani's father January 10, 2014

    Beaming at the return of Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, her father said that the battle is half won adding that 120 crore people have given the verdict that she is innocent. He also said that the government of India has taken a very conscious legal stand that charges must be...
  • Obama believes in further cementing ties with India: US January 10, 2014

    Washington: Describing America's relationship with India as an "extremely important" one, the White House on Friday said that President Barack Obama believes strongly that ties need to continue and must be further cemented. "This is an extremely important relationship and that has many aspects to it and cultural ties, political ties,...
  • Amid row over diplomat's arrest, US bags key aircraft deal December 20, 2013

    New Delhi: India will be procuring six more C-130J Super Hercules Special Operations aircraft from the US, a decision significantly taken in the midst of a diplomatic row between the two countries over the arrest of Devyani Khobragade. The proposal to procure the six C-130J Super Hercules special operations transport aircraft...
  • India,US together can build strong and smart future: Kerry June 24, 2013

    New Delhi: India and the US can build a strong and smart future as the two nations have the ability to tackle three major challenges - economy, security and climate change - facing the world, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday. "The world's largest democracy and the world's...
  • 'Indo-US ties one of the defining 21st century partnerships' March 12, 2013

    Washington: Describing the Indo-US relations as one of the defining partnerships of the 21st century, a top Obama administration official has said America "fervently" supports India's rise. "The President considers US relations with India, the world's largest democracy, to be 'one of the defining partnerships of the twenty-first century'", National Security...
  • Car parking barred on route of Hillary's convoy in Kolkata May 6, 2012

    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will arrive in Kolkata on Sunday on a 3-day visit to India. ...
  • PM meets Obama, talks civil nuclear cooperation November 18, 2011

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama held talks in Bali on the sidelines of ASEAN Summit on Friday. This was the their first meeting since Obama's visit to India in 2010. According to the sources, Singh and Obama held discussions on nuclear civil cooperation and future...
  • India-US will define 21st century relations: Hillary July 20, 2011

    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addressed a gathering of students in Chennai on Wednesday. ...
  • Hillary to meet Jayalalithaa in Chennai July 20, 2011

    Chennai: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will meet Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in Chennai on Wednesday on the second day of her visit to India. She will meet Jayalalithaa at 4.10 pm for about 10 minutes. Hillary, who arrived in New Delhi on Tuesday for the second Indo-US...
  • Indo-US relations have never been stronger: US May 26, 2011

    Washington: America's relationship with India has never been as stronger as it has been under the Obama Administration, the US State Department has said. "We've got a strategic partnership in place. We are cooperating at an unprecedented level on education and science and technology, as well as economics, trade, health, agriculture,"...
  • Obama holds discussions with Indian businessmen November 6, 2010

    Mumbai: Visiting American President Barack Obama today addressed corporate honchos from India, opening discussions on crucial areas of cooperation like pharma, manufacturing, transportation and clean energy. During the roundtable, Obama was accompanied by US Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and other top officials as also corporate leaders who are part of his...
  • Obama's visit may be more style than substance November 4, 2010

    New Delhi: A weakened US President Barack Obama visits India this week to counter perceptions he has relegated the Asian power behind rivals China and Pakistan, but he may struggle to seal deals to help usher in billions of dollars of business. Economic ties are booming but Obama's visit from Saturday...
  • Obama's India visit: past as reminder for future November 1, 2010

    US President Barack Obama embarks on his India 'yatra' in Mumbai Nov 6 to leave his impress on a complex, contradictory and asymmetric bilateral relationship between the world's oldest and largest democracies. Very few of his predecessors at the White House have had cordial ties with their Indian counterparts while...
  • The Obama Visit: what's on the President's agenda? October 28, 2010

    In conversation with Rajdeep Sardesai, US Ambassador Timothy Roemer sheds light on what's on President Obama's agenda with view to India, David Headley and Indo-US relations. ...
  • When Indian PM speaks, world listens: Obama June 28, 2010

    Toronto: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama on Sunday held their second substantive dialogue in two months, during which they are understood to have discussed terrorism, global economy and other issues of mutual concern. Singh and Obama met on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit in Toronto and...
  • US presses Pakistan to try 26/11 suspects June 9, 2010

    Washington: Underlining its hands off policy on the Kashmir issue, the US has asked Pakistan to first show progress in stopping cross-border infiltration into India and the trial of the Mumbai terror attack suspects. "No, there's no change right now" in US policy on Kashmir, US Assistant Secretary of State for...
  • US wants Indo-Pak talks on terror, not Kashmir June 7, 2010

    Washington: US feels that Kashmir issue won't be part of the agenda during talks between Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan next month as the meeting will focus mainly on action against terrorism and the progress Islamabad has made into the Mumbai attacks probe. Assistant Secretary of State for South and...
  • Obama wants to renew Bush era warmth with India May 30, 2010

    Washington: It is rare for the US president to attend a reception for a visiting minister, But to counter a public perception that President Barack Obama is not as warm towards India as his predecessor George Bush was, the White House has made it known that he would attend a...
  • Follow Indians, US tells Pakistani diaspora April 22, 2010

    Washington: The Obama Administration has asked Pakistani-Americans to emulate Indian-Americans in improving relations between Pakistan and the US just like the latter are instrumental in taking Indo-US ties in recent years. "The Pakistani diaspora in the US can play important role in improving US-Pak relations, just as the Indian diaspora in...
  • US underplays differences with India over climate change July 21, 2009

    Washington Seeking to underplay differences with India over climate change, the US says it is "encouraging" that both countries are committed to do whatever they can to reach an agreement on a new UN climate treaty at Copenhagen. "Well, I don't think so," Philip J Crowley, Assistant Secretary of State for...
  • FTN: Hillary's visit foundation for bigger things ahead July 21, 2009

    The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wrapped up a five-day-trip to India on Monday. She met the Foreign Minister, Environment Minister, the Prime Minister, the UPA chief and the leader of the Opposition. She also met corporate heads, Bollywood heartthrob and activist Aamir Khan, SEWA NGO members and also...