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Obama, in search of legacy, could start arms race in Middle East: Bobby Jindal on Iran nuclear deal

Jun 30, 2015

Obama, in search of legacy, could start arms race in Middle East: Bobby Jindal on Iran nuclear deal

Republican presidential aspirant Bobby Jindal has asked his fellow Republican leadership in the Congress to reject a nuclear deal with Iran, saying any such deal could start arms race in the Middle East. #Barack Obama #US presidential campaign #Middle East #Bobby Jindal #TheySaidIt #US congress #Iran #nuclear deal #Iran Nuclear deal #US Congres
US Congress passes bill seeking increased intelligence cooperation with India, Israel

Jun 17, 2015

US Congress passes bill seeking increased intelligence cooperation with India, Israel

A bipartisan amendment to Intelligence Authorization Act 2016 seeking expansion of trilateral national security cooperation among the US, Israel and India has been passed by the US House of Representatives. #World #India #NewsTracker #Israel #US congress #National Security #House of Representatives #intelligence
US Congress committee to meet to safeguard religious minorities in India

May 29, 2015

US Congress committee to meet to safeguard religious minorities in India

A key US Congressional committee has called for a public hearing on the rights and freedoms of religious minorities in India to be held early next month. #World #India #NewsTracker #US congress #Congressional committee #Religious Minorities in india
Obama signs bill giving US Congress a say in Iran nuclear deal

May 23, 2015

Obama signs bill giving US Congress a say in Iran nuclear deal

Though he once vigorously opposed its involvement, President Barack Obama has signed legislation that gives the US Congress the power to review and potentially reject a nuclear deal with Iran. #World #White House #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #US congress #Iran #USA #Foreign policy #nuclear deal
Divisive, communal remarks by BJP leaders is reality: Cong on US report

May 01, 2015

Divisive, communal remarks by BJP leaders is reality: Cong on US report

With a US Congress-established panel criticising attacks on minorities in India, Congress on Friday said it was a "ground reality" that BJP leaders have been making "divisive and communal" statements but Prime Minister Narendra Modi is taking no action against anyone. #Politics #India #Congress #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #US congress #USCIRF
Nuclear deal with Obama may last only till he is in office: US Republicans warn Iran

Mar 10, 2015

Nuclear deal with Obama may last only till he is in office: US Republicans warn Iran

Republican US senators warned Iran's leaders on Monday that any nuclear deal with President Barack Obama could last only as long as he remains in office. #World #White House #Barack Obama #US #Democrats #TheySaidIt #US congress #Iran #nuclear deal #US President #US Republicans
US, Iran resume nuclear talks after Netanyahu's US Congress speech

Mar 04, 2015

US, Iran resume nuclear talks after Netanyahu's US Congress speech

Undeterred by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's scathing speech against an Iran nuclear deal, US and Iranian negotiators resumed work today on an agreement meant to crimp Iran's atomic program in exchange for sanctions relief. #World #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #Israel #Benjamin Netanyahu #US congress #Iran #John Kerry
Netanyahu warns US over N-deal with Iran, says it's competing for crown of 'militant Islam'

Mar 03, 2015

Netanyahu warns US over N-deal with Iran, says it's competing for crown of 'militant Islam'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Congress on Tuesday that negotiations underway between Iran and the United States would "all but guarantee" that Tehran will get nuclear weapons, a step that the world must avoid at all costs. #World #NewsTracker #Benjamin Netanyahu #US congress #Iran #John Kerry #Capitol Hill
Top US lawmakers urge Kerry to impose travel restrictions, sanctions against Pak

Feb 13, 2015

Top US lawmakers urge Kerry to impose travel restrictions, sanctions against Pak

Asserting that Pakistan has neither cut ties with terrorists nor renounced their use as an instrument of state policy, two top American lawmakers have urged US Secretary of State John Kerry to consider travel restrictions, suspending portions of assistance and sanction officials who maintain relationships with designated terrorist groups. #World #Terrorism #NewsTracker #US congress #LeT #John Kerry #Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan #TTP
US Congress clears Keystone XL oil pipeline bill; Obama threatens to veto

Feb 12, 2015

US Congress clears Keystone XL oil pipeline bill; Obama threatens to veto

The Republican-controlled Congress has approved a bill to construct the Keystone XL oil pipeline, setting up a confrontation with President Barack Obama, who has threatened to veto the measure. #White House #India #Barack Obama #Democrats #NewsTracker #US congress #Republicans