The nominations now move to the Senate floor for a final confirmation vote.
The Indian foreign policy establishment can feel gratified that it has not let the grass grow under its feet in 2021 and has worked painstakingly to advance India’s interests.
The finance minister said the reforms India has undertaken, particularly the steps taken for the withdrawal of the retrospective tax, have been mentioned by the United States as a very positive step
US deputy secretary of state Wendy Sherman on three-day visit to India, focus on Afghanistan and Indo-US ties
The meeting comes nearly two weeks after Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks with US president Joe Biden in Washington
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken's two-day visit to India has garnered a lot of attention especially since it has come amid US withdrawal from Afghanistan, which has ramifications on India's own security
Narendra Modi speaks to Kamala Harris, appreciates US assurance for COVID-19 vaccine supply to India
The US vice-president conveyed that the United States will begin sharing vaccines with India, along with other countries by the end of June
US Navy conducts 'freedom of navigation' operation in Indian waters without New Delhi's prior consent
India requires that other countries should take prior consent from it to conduct military exercises or manoeuvres in its exclusive economic zone or continental shelf, which the US Navy statement claimed was inconsistent with international law
Building upon US connection: A look at implications of India signing all four foundational agreements
The BECA facilitates the provision of targeting and navigation information from US systems
India’s democracy is key to sustaining the momentum of its Indo-Pacific vision over the turbulent years to come.
India-US 2+2 talks tomorrow: Dialogue to involve defence, external affairs ministries, key security deal on agenda
The upcoming US-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue will be the third such edition between India and the United States
'Not how you talk about friends': Joe Biden slams Donald Trump for his remark on India's air pollution
'Look at China, how filthy it is. Look at Russia. Look at India. The air is filthy,' said Trump during the final presidential debate with Biden in Nashville, Tennessee on Thursday
As India faces beligerant China, joining military alliance will be realpolitik realism, not sovereign surrender
History suggests that the ‘military alliances’ can make deterrence more effective by increasing the stakes substantially, that are otherwise not possible for a ‘non-aligned’ and effectively, stand-alone nations
US Presidential polls: On China and interventionism in foreign policy, a Joe Biden may bring uncertainties for India
If the ‘progressive Left’ within the Democrats, that have relentlessly attacked India in the past, seeks to intervene in India’s sovereign and internal decisions it may become difficult for Biden to conduct good-faith diplomacy with India, and consequently put a spanner in his very expansive notion of challenging China by “deepening partnership” with a crucial strategic partner
India doesn't really need a US that fights its battles on its behalf. If anything, what India could do without is the sort of erratic uncertainty Donald Trump has introduced into the bilateral
New US rules for international students: The failed promise of visas, mobility and university education
Despite this being an election year, the 'core' liberal ideas of American constitutional democracy have lost the discursive and mobilisational power they once commanded
The India-China-US dance: Three questions New Delhi must answer in order to balance its geopolitical equations
Donald Trump's offer to 'mediate' between India and China took everyone by surprise, as did his claim to having spoken to Narendra Modi on the issue
India's walked a fine foreign policy line during COVID-19 crisis; test ahead lies in how Modi handles Big Powers
If India remains focused on its objectives without letting domestic political compulsions come in the way, the COVID-19 pandemic may propel India’s rise
US lawmakers express concern over Delhi violence as toll rises to 27, say country must speak up against anti-Muslim violence
The deadly violence over the Citizenship Amendment Act in Delhi drew sharp reactions from US lawmakers with the mainstream media prominently reporting it along with the just-concluded visit of President Donald Trump
CAA didn't figure in Trump-Modi talks, religious harmony discussed in positive way, says Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla
The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) did not come up for discussion between visiting US president Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said on Tuesday, noting that the two leaders talked about religious harmony in a "positive way"
Meeting with Indian CEOs, Donald Trump says US govt committed to reduce 'regulations', will eye more overseas investments
Trump said that China is working very hard to contain coronavirus outbreak and it looks like they are getting it more and more under control.