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Building upon US connection: A look at implications of India signing all four foundational agreements
India

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 and US need each other to achieve their goals, but strengthening both democracies is crucial
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India and US need each other to achieve their goals, but strengthening both democracies is crucial

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
India

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
World

'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
India

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​
World

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

Joe Biden's remarks on India-US ties are nice, but what relationship really needs is consistency
World

Joe Biden's remarks on India-US ties are nice, but what relationship really needs is consistency

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
India

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
India

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
World

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
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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
World

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
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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.

Donald Trump set to inaugurate world's largest cricket stadium at Motera in Ahmedabad during two-day visit to India
World

Donald Trump set to inaugurate world's largest cricket stadium at Motera in Ahmedabad during two-day visit to India

Donald Trump will inaugurate the world’s largest cricket stadium when he arrives in Ahmedabad on Monday at the start of a two-day visit aimed at smoothing ties strained by trade disputes

Donald Trump to visit India on PM's invite: From Howdy Modi to Osaka, a look at highlights from bilateral meets
World

Donald Trump to visit India on PM's invite: From Howdy Modi to Osaka, a look at highlights from bilateral meets

Donald Trump is set to pay a state visit to India on 24 and 25 February at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who said that the US President's visit will be a 'very special one' and it will go a long way in further cementing India-USA friendship

'POTUS and I are excited': US First Lady Melania Trump thanks Narendra Modi for 'kind invitation' in tweet ahead of India visit
India

'POTUS and I are excited': US First Lady Melania Trump thanks Narendra Modi for 'kind invitation' in tweet ahead of India visit

US First Lady Melania Trump has said that she is 'excited' for her trip to India along President Donald Trump later this month

'Five to 7 million people from airport to stadium': Trump excited for his maiden trip to India, says Modi building largest stadium in the world
India

'Five to 7 million people from airport to stadium': Trump excited for his maiden trip to India, says Modi building largest stadium in the world

US President Donald Trump has said he is looking forward to his first visit to India this month and signalled his willingness to sign a trade agreement with New Delhi 'if we can make the right deal'

US President Donald Trump to visit India on 24, 25 Feb along with wife Melania; couple to travel to Ahmedabad during trip
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US President Donald Trump to visit India on 24, 25 Feb along with wife Melania; couple to travel to Ahmedabad during trip

President Donald Trump will travel to India later this month on a two-day visit, the White House announced on Tuesday, in what would be his first trip to the country as the president of the United States

Kashmir issue: Donald Trump is pulling a fast one on Imran Khan; no cause for India to worry
World

Kashmir issue: Donald Trump is pulling a fast one on Imran Khan; no cause for India to worry

To do a textual reading of Donald Trump’s comments on Kashmir during his meeting with Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan is to credit his words with meanings he may not have himself intended to

World reacts after Iran attacks US targets in Iraq: Slapped them on their face, says Ayatollah Khamenei; travel advisory for Indians in region; Russia warns of nuclear war
World

World reacts after Iran attacks US targets in Iraq: Slapped them on their face, says Ayatollah Khamenei; travel advisory for Indians in region; Russia warns of nuclear war

In the first act of Iran's promised revenge for the US killing of their Revolutionary Guard commander Qassem Soleimani, the Islamic republic fired missiles on Wednesday at Iraqi bases which houses the US military. Here is how the world reacted.