Indo Us Relationship

  • Bill Clinton to travel to India this month July 4, 2014

    New York: Former US President Bill Clinton will travel to India this month during which he is expected to visit Lucknow and Jaipur and focus on critical issues, including global health, improved access to medicines, climate change and economic development. Clinton will travel to India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and...
  • Modi heads to US in September: Is Modi rebranding India's foreign policy? June 14, 2014

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to meet US President Barack Obama in a bilateral meeting in September. Modi has decided to go to the US for the UN General Assembly meeting and has agreed to have a bilateral meeting with Barack Obama. ...
  • Ready to work closely with Modi to boost strategic ties: US May 20, 2014

    Washington: Asserting that its friendship with India is "absolutely vital", the US on Tuesday said that it is ready to work "closely" with the Narandra Modiled new government to strengthen strategic ties and security. "The United States stands ready to work closely with Prime Minister Modi and the new government to...
  • Very hopeful about future of ties with India: US March 18, 2014

    Seeking to distance itself from US prosecutor Preet Bharara securing a re-indictment of Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, the US state department says it's "very hopeful about what the future holds" for India-US relationship. "Obviously, this is in the hands of the Department of Justice," spokesperson Jen Psaki told reporters on Monday...
  • Khobragade re-indicted in US visa fraud case March 15, 2014

    Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, whose arrest and stripsearch soured Indo-US relations, was on Friday re-indicted on US visa fraud charges, a day after a US court dismissed an earlier indictment. In fresh trouble for Khobragade, federal prosecutors re-indicted the Indian diplomat on charges of visa fraud and making false statements about...
  • US interested in developing business environment in the state November 19, 2013

    US Ambassador to India Nancy J Powell on Tuesday said her country was interested in developing a business environment and better education in Jharkhand. "The USA is interested in developing business environment and better education in Jharkhand," Powell said in her address to department heads during a visit to the Central...
  • India confident of strengthening strategic partnership with US February 1, 2013

    New Delhi: India on Thursday said it was confident that under the leadership of Secretary of State John Kerry IndoUS relationship will continue to strengthen not only for development of the two countries but also as "a pillar of stability amidst many global and regional challenges confronting" them. Congratulating Kerry on...
  • Indo-US relationship drifting apart, says a book April 3, 2012

    New Delhi: India should have sent its troops back to Sri Lanka to kill or capture Prabhakaran and the LTTE leadership after the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi, says a new book by a former US diplomat. Rajiv Gandhi's killing was an attack on India's status as a regional power. Forcibly...
  • Will Hillary's visit improve Indo-US relations? July 19, 2011

    Suhasini Haidar discusses with a panel of experts the implications of Hillary Clinton's visit. ...
  • 'India a trusted friend, important US ally' May 4, 2010

    Washington: India is a trusted friend of the United States and an important ally in addressing the various global challenges which both the countries faced, a top Democratic Senator has said. "India is a trusted friend to America and an important ally in addressing the global challenges that both our countries face,"...
  • PM back from tour, India to get info on Headley November 30, 2009

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh returned from his nine-day trip to the United States of America and Trinidad & Tobago on Sunday night. Singh's long tour is being called a productive one by his officials. Following Singh's personal intervention US President Barack Obama directed a Federal Bureau of Investigation team be...
  • 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...
  • Obama, PM reaffirm resolve to fight terror together May 24, 2009

    Washington/New Delhi: US President Barack Obama congratulated Manmohan Singh on Saturday, a day after he was sworn in as India's Prime Minister for a second term, and the two leaders resolved to work together on global challenges, including terrorism. In their telephonic conversation, Obama said he looked forward to continuity in...
  • Obama finally calls Singh, discusses Indo-US ties November 12, 2008

    New Delhi: US president-elect Barack Obama called Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday morning and discussed the Indo-US relationship. Obama reportedly told Singh that the two countries can work together in many area. "We need to give strength to Indo-US relations. The Indo-US strategic ties are very important," Obama told Singh. PMO sources said...
  • New govt should cancel nuclear deal: Karat September 7, 2008

    New Delhi: CPI-M General Secretary Prakash Karat on Sunday said any new government taking office after the coming Lok Sabha elections should cancel the India-US nuclear deal. The deal, which awaits the US Congress' approval, would be axed if a Left Front-backed government comes to power in New Delhi, Karat indicated...