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India, US focused on implementing agreements signed during Modi-Obama meet, says diplomat

Feb 27, 2015

India, US focused on implementing agreements signed during Modi-Obama meet, says diplomat

India and US are focused on ensuring that agreements signed during the meeting between Barack Obama and PM Narendra Modi last month are operationalised. #World #India #Barack Obama #US #diplomacy #TheySaidIt #US President #Republic Day #PM Narendra Modi
Why PM Modi should cancel his Maldives visit immediately

Feb 27, 2015

Why PM Modi should cancel his Maldives visit immediately

Though PM Narendra Modi's promised maiden official visit to Maldives is just about a fortnight away, he should announce cancellation of his visit. #World #India #China #CriticalPoint #Maldives #Mohamed Nasheed #Male #Abdulla Yameen #international diplomacy #PM Narendra Modi #Maldives political crisis
Maldives crisis: India's initial reaction is disappointing, but is there more to it?

Feb 24, 2015

Maldives crisis: India's initial reaction is disappointing, but is there more to it?

Given the huge strategic importance of Maldives for India and the rapidly increasing Chinese strategic presence in Maldives, one expected a much stronger reaction from India considering that the MEA has taken more than 24 hours to react to Nasheed's arrest. #India #Narendra Modi #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Yemen #Maldives #Ministry of External Affairs #Mohamed Nasheed #Male
Sir Creek dispute resolution held up due to political reasons, says Pak daily

Feb 23, 2015

Sir Creek dispute resolution held up due to political reasons, says Pak daily

The resolution of the Sir Creek dispute between India and Pakistan is held up as a result of political, rather than legal reasons, said an article in Pakistan's Dawn newspaper. #Pakistan #diplomacy #NewsTracker #India Pakistan relations #Pakistan-India #Sir Creek Dispute
US condemns Ukraine ceasefire violation, warns Russia of 'increased costs'

Feb 18, 2015

US condemns Ukraine ceasefire violation, warns Russia of 'increased costs'

US Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday blamed separatist fighters and Russian forces as he condemned the violation of a three-day-old ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. #US #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Russia #Ukraine #United State #Eastern Ukraine #Ukraine- Russia fighting
New innings: Sri Lankan president Sirisena reaches India on a four-day visit

Feb 15, 2015

New innings: Sri Lankan president Sirisena reaches India on a four-day visit

The 63-year-old Sirisena, who had dethroned Mahinda Rajapaksa from his 10-year rule after a bitter presidential poll, has already indicated that he wants to have a closer relationship with India and chose it for his first foreign visit. #India #Pranab Mukherjee #Sri Lanka #sushma swaraj #Narendra Modi #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Mahinda Rajapaksa #Rajitha Senaratne #Champika Ranawaka #Maithripala Sirisena #Mangala Samaraweera #DM Swaminathan #Wijayadasa Rajapaksha
Up to private firms to take nuclear deal forward: US envoy

Feb 11, 2015

Up to private firms to take nuclear deal forward: US envoy

Verma, who has been in New Delhi for only six weeks, said he would like to leave behind a legacy where the US turns into India's "best partner" from the current one where both sides see each other as "natural partners". #Business #India #Barack Obama #US #Narendra Modi #diplomacy #TheySaidIt #Civil Nuclear Agreement #Richard Verma
Obama, Merkel rally behind diplomacy in Ukraine-Russia conflict

Feb 10, 2015

Obama, Merkel rally behind diplomacy in Ukraine-Russia conflict

President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel rallied behind efforts to reach a long-shot diplomatic resolution to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine on Monday. #Obama #Barack Obama #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Russia #Angela Merkel #Merkel #Ukraine-Russia conflict
Centre releases details of Indo-US nuclear deal, says liability law won't be amended

Feb 08, 2015

Centre releases details of Indo-US nuclear deal, says liability law won't be amended

It is a big development considering that during the second and third terms of the BJP-led Atal Bihari Vajpayee government, the details of several rounds of talks between foreign minister Jaswant Singh and US deputy secretary of state Strobe Talbott were kept under wraps and never released. #HowThisWorks #diplomacy #Jaswant Singh #Civil Nuclear cooperation #123 Agreement #Strobe Talbott #Administrative Arrangement #CLND Act #Nuclear Liability Fund