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US returns what was India's: Does getting back 200 stolen artefacts strengthen Indo-US ties?

Jun 08, 2016

US returns what was India's: Does getting back 200 stolen artefacts strengthen Indo-US ties?

The United States on Tuesday returned over 200 stolen artefacts, estimated at $100 million in a repatriation ceremony attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US Attorney General Loretta Lynch. #United States #Narendra Modi #Angela Merkel #US-India #Stephen Harper #Subhash Kapoor #Tony Abbot #Operation Hidden Idol #antiquities #stolen artefacts
Pathankot airbase attack: US President Barack Obama asks Pakistan to punish perpetrators

Jun 08, 2016

Pathankot airbase attack: US President Barack Obama asks Pakistan to punish perpetrators

Treating Pathankot attack at par with 26/11, President Barack Obama on Wednesday sent out a clear message to Pakistan, asking it to punish its perpetrators amid the US vow to stand with India against terror threats from Pakistan-based groups like JeM, LeT and Dawood "company". #India #Barack Obama #US #Al-Qaeda #Narendra Modi #UN #LeT #US-India #ISIL #JeM #Pathankot airbase attack #Dawood company #counter-terrorism joint working group
Obama mourns Kalam, calls him an inspiration to millions around the world

Jul 29, 2015

Obama mourns Kalam, calls him an inspiration to millions around the world

US President Barack Obama has condoled the death of former Indian president APJ Abdul Kalam describing him as an advocate for stronger US-India relations, and who worked to deepen the two countries' space cooperation. #Obama #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #US-India #Kalam #Space #APJ Abdul Kalam #IANS #countries #ties
Religious freedom slipped in India, conservative Christian group tell US Senate

Mar 13, 2015

Religious freedom slipped in India, conservative Christian group tell US Senate

Religious freedom in India has slipped since last year's general elections in the country, US senators were told by Washington-based Christian conservative group Family Research Council. #United States #India #US #NewsTracker #US-India #US Senate #religious freedom #Conservative Church group
How Obama's visit will give BJP's poll campaign in Delhi new energy

Jan 26, 2015

How Obama's visit will give BJP's poll campaign in Delhi new energy

Barack Obama may be the guest of honour for the Republic Day celebration, but could well end up being the de facto star campaigner for the BJP in the upcoming Delhi polls #United States #Obama #India #Barack Obama #PoliticalPlay #US-India #PM Modi #Delhi Assembly Election 2015 #Obama in India #Obama visit
Obama commends Modi's leadership on reaching WTO agreement

Nov 14, 2014

Obama commends Modi's leadership on reaching WTO agreement

US President Barack Obama has commended the "personal leadership" role provided by PM Narendra Modi in finding a path forward on WTO agreement. #United States #Barack Obama #US #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #US-India #US President Barack Obama #PM Modi #WTO agreement #Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA)
India raises issue of US cyber snooping with Kerry, calls it unacceptable

Aug 01, 2014

India raises issue of US cyber snooping with Kerry, calls it unacceptable

India on Thursday raised the issue of America's cyber snooping on the country, saying it was "unacceptable" during the visit of US Secretary of State John Kerry. #United States #India #sushma swaraj #diplomacy #US-India #US Secretary of State #John Kerry #Cyber snooping #John Kerry India
Devyani Khobragade asks US court to dismiss indictment against her

Jan 15, 2014

Devyani Khobragade asks US court to dismiss indictment against her

Devyani Khobragade has asked a court here to dismiss the indictment against her and terminate any "open" arrest warrants in visa fraud case #Diplomatic immunity #US-India #Arrest warrant #Devyani Khobragade #Indian diplomat #Sangeeta Richards #indictment
Burns meets Jaishankar, commits to move forward after Devyani conflict

Jan 15, 2014

Burns meets Jaishankar, commits to move forward after Devyani conflict

India and the US have affirmed their shared commitment to continue their work on a broad range of bilateral issues and move forward post the Devyani episode. #US-India #Devyani Khobragade #Indian diplomat #Sangeeta Richards #Burns #Jaishankar
Khobragade row: India not so ready to forgive and forget

Jan 11, 2014

Khobragade row: India not so ready to forgive and forget

The trust built through the US-India nuclear deal has been squandered recklessly through Manhattan Attorney Preet Bharara’s over reach of justice, and it will take sustained US efforts to mend the rift #US-India #Devyani Khobragade #Indian diplomat #Sangeeta Richards