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FILE- In this June 7, 2016 file photo, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during his meeting with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Two years after sweeping to power, Modi continues to inspire confidence in a majority of Indians, who are pleased about the state of their economy and see the country playing a growing role in the international arena, according to a survey released Monday, Sept.19, 2016. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)

India, US, Afghanistan reaffirm shared interest against terror

NEW YORK: India, the US and Afghanistan have reaffirmed their shared interests in combating terrorism and advancing peace and security in the region as they explored ways to “coordinate and… Read more »

India, US, Japan 'indispensable' partners for regiona

India, US, Japan ‘indispensable’ partners for regional stability

CHENNAI: Navies of India, US and Japan today placed great importance on the ongoing trilateral naval exercise MALABAR-2015, with a top Japanese official describing the three countries as “indispensable partners”… Read more »

US, India,Japan to work together to maintain maritime security

US, India, Japan to work together to maintain maritime security

NEW YORK: Highlighting the growing convergence of India, Japan and US interests in the Indo- Pacific region, the three nations underscored the importance of international law, peaceful settlement of disputes… Read more »

US, India to discuss progress on defence, nuke cooperation

US, India to discuss progress on defence, nuke cooperation

GANDHINAGAR: The US and India will try to make progress in defence and civil nuclear cooperation when President Barack Obama visits Delhi this month end, Secretary of State John Kerry… Read more »


US, Israel, Palestine to be given e-visa facility on Nov 27

NEW DELHI: Citizens of USA, Israel and Palestine are among 28 countries who would be given the electronic visa facility to be launched on November 27. The e-visa facility for… Read more »

No role for third party in SCS dispute China tells India, US

No role for third party in SCS dispute: China tells India, US

BEIJING: China today sharply reacted to India and the US expressing concern over the South China Sea dispute during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Washington, asserting that the maritime… Read more »

Indian diplomat held for visa fraud in US, released on bail

Indian diplomat held for visa fraud in US, released on bail

NEW YORK: In a major diplomatic embarrassment for India, its Deputy Consul General here was arrested and handcuffed in public on visa fraud charges before being released on a USD… Read more »

Victoria Nuland

India, US working together on Maldives: Nuland

WASHINGTON: Welcoming efforts of “all sides” to find a peaceful way forward in Maldives, US has said it was working closely with India in resolving the political impasse in the… Read more »

Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan

US, West continue to pollute, still unapologetic: Natrajan

CHENNAI: Slamming US and other Western nations for “continuing to cause pollution” despite their commitments, Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan today said developing countries, including India, have contributed more to counter… Read more »

Congressmen Howard "Buck" McKeon

US warns Pakistan aid will be cut off

WASHINGTON: Stepping up pressure on Pakistan, US lawmakers have threatened to cut massive aid to the country unless it frees an American diplomat detained over shadowy killing of two Pakistanis…. Read more »

Daniel Patrick Moynihan

Don’t arm Pakistan: US envoy had warned Nixon in 1974

WASHINGTON: Strongly opposing the Richard Nixon administration’s decision to rearm Pakistan in early 1974 after India conducted its first nuclear test, the then US envoy in New Delhi had warned… Read more »


US terror warning could hurt Europe’s economy

MADRID: A rare advisory for US travelers to beware of potential terrorist threats in Europe drew American shrugs from Paris to Rome, but tourism officials worried that it could deter… Read more »

NASSCOM Chairman Som Mittal

‘US should invest to create jobs, not take regressive steps’

BANGALORE: Describing US “protectionist” moves as a “disturbing trend”, apex IT industry body NASSCOM has said it hoped that America will make more investments to create jobs, instead of taking… Read more »


Post 9/11: Pakistan wanted America to talk to Taliban

WASHINGTON: As the US prepared to invade Afghanistan in 2001 after 9/11 attacks, Pakistan’s powerful ISI wanted America to enter into a dialogue with the Taliban, but the then Bush… Read more »