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After PM Modi's visit, US has realised potential India holds, says Tulsi Gabbard

Dec 20, 2014

After PM Modi's visit, US has realised potential India holds, says Tulsi Gabbard

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's historic US visit, America has recognised the great potential India holds for ties between both the nations, US Congress member Tulsi Gabbard said in Panaji on Saturday. #United States #India #America #US #Narendra Modi #TheySaidIt #US congress #Tulsi Gabbard #PM Modi
Fresh US sanctions could do long-term damage to relations with Russia: Lavrov

Dec 19, 2014

Fresh US sanctions could do long-term damage to relations with Russia: Lavrov

President Vladimir Putin at his end-of-year news conference on Thursday made it clear he was not willing to compromise on Russia's position on Ukraine. #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #Russia #European Union #US congress #Vladimir Putin #Sergei Lavrov #Ukraine #Ukraine crisis #Crimean crisis #Russian Gas supplies
US Congress member Tulsi Gabbard calls Rajnath over terrorism

Dec 18, 2014

US Congress member Tulsi Gabbard calls Rajnath over terrorism

US Congress member Tulsi Gabbard called Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi and discussed various issues, including terrorism. #World #India #Terrorism #US #NewsTracker #Rajnath Singh #US congress #Home Minister #Tulsi Gabbard #Peshawar terror attack
US Senate avoids govt shutdown, passes $1.1 trillion spending bill

Dec 14, 2014

US Senate avoids govt shutdown, passes $1.1 trillion spending bill

US Congress narrowly averted a government shutdown with the Senate agreeing to a two-day extension of current funding levels to consider a $1.1 trillion spending bill. #NewsTracker #US congress #Senate #spending bill #government shutdown
Need new flexible war powers to fight Islamic State, says Kerry

Dec 10, 2014

Need new flexible war powers to fight Islamic State, says Kerry

Secretary of State John Kerry has asked Congress for new war powers to provide the legal grounding for US military operations against the Islamic State, but said any new authorization should not limit the fight to Iraq and Syria and should not bind President Barack Obama from ever deploying ground troops against the group if necessary. #World #United States #White House #Barack Obama #Syria #Democrats #US congress #Senate #Iraq #John Kerry #Tim Kaine