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PM Modi will not address US Congress during September visit

Aug 14, 2014

PM Modi will not address US Congress during September visit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not be addressing the US Congress when he comes calling September end for a summit with President Barack Obama. #World #India #Letter #Barack Obama #Manmohan Singh #US #NewsTracker #US congress #John Boehner #Washington #Atal Behari Vajpayee #US Senate #USINPAC #PM Narendra Modi
Modi extended open invite to address US Congress joint session

Aug 08, 2014

Modi extended open invite to address US Congress joint session

In a letter addressed to Modi, Speaker Boehner said there is an interest in the US House of Representatives in inviting the new Indian prime minister to address a joint meeting of the Congress. #Congress #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #John Boehner #Harry Reid #Senate #House of Representatives
CIA tortured detainees to get info on bin Laden, says US Senator

Aug 04, 2014

CIA tortured detainees to get info on bin Laden, says US Senator

The two reports will come five years after the committee authorized a probe into the CIA's possible use of torture after the September 11, 2001, attacks. #Terrorism #Osama bin Laden #9/11 #CIA #Democrats #TheySaidIt #Republicans #Human Rights #Torture #Senate Intelligence Committee #Black Sites
Senate Bill 744 was Indias Prime Focus during John Kerrys Visit

Aug 03, 2014

Senate Bill 744 was Indias Prime Focus during John Kerrys Visit

While the Indian media has devoted acres of space on External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj telling Kerry that the episode about the American intelligence agencies on the BJP is "completely unacceptable" (Could she have said that the US snooping is acceptable to India?), it failed to focus attention on the US Senate Bill 744 that adversely affects a large number of Indians and Indian companies. #India #US #sushma swaraj #ConnectTheDots #H-1B #Nirmala Sitharaman #IT #John Kerry #Senate Bill 74 #John Kerry's visit
CIA admits to spying on US Senate investigators, issues apology

Aug 01, 2014

CIA admits to spying on US Senate investigators, issues apology

The Senate committee has been investigating excesses allegedly committed by CIA officers who used harsh interrogation methods, including waterboarding or simulated drowning, and established a network of secret prisons abroad. #US #CIA #NewsTracker #Spying #John Brennan #President Barack Obama #Senate Intelligence Committee #Black Sites #Senate investigation #CIA interrogation techniques