Narendra Modi discusses COVID-19, climate change with Joe Biden, reaffirms commitment to strategic partnership
Modi congratulated Biden on his election, describing it as a 'testament to the strength and resilience of democratic traditions in the United States', the MEA said in a statement
Trumped by broccoli samosas: Brussels sprouts bhajiyas to kale kebabs, dishes that didn't make it to menu for US President's visit
By scouting through several crumpled up menu drafts, our extremely reliable sources were able to ascertain that the broccoli samosa was almost edged out by Brussels sprouts bhajiyas, dhokla sandwiches layered with berry compote, quinoa chaat, and minced kale kebabs.
Narendra Modi meets Mike Pence in Singapore, holds talks on terror, defence trade and Indo-Pacific cooperation
PM Narendra Modi and US vice president Mike Pence held talks on Wednesday on bilateral and global issues of mutual interests including defence and trade cooperation, ways to counter terrorism.
The Indian and the US air forces will significantly step up operational cooperation to complement strategic interests, US Air Force chief David Goldfein said.
Rex Tillerson in India: Closer strategic ties with US an advantage and a need; time we shed the baggage of distrust
We must shed our baggage of distrust when it comes to a closer strategic embrace of the US and see the relations for what they are — a need and an advantage.
Today, India-US relations cover a broad range of bilateral issues and shared objectives, including regional security, economic cooperation, defence, trade, and climate challenges etc.
The CPM on Monday denounced the 100 per cent FDI in defence, aviation and pharmaceutical industries, saying this was not in India's interests.
With his speech in the US Congress PM Modi made a decisive break with the Third-World-ism and NAM-ism of the past, and presented a self-confident India that wishes to be an equal partner to the US.
Modi's address to US Congress will decide whether India-US relations will continue to be as strong as it is now once the new US president is elected.
Days ahead of the address by Modi, US lawmakers have raised the red flag on a number of issues, including extra-judicial killings, the government crackdown on civil society organisations and religious violence
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited to address a joint meeting of the US Congress on 8 June during his visit, Speaker of the US House of Representative Paul Ryan said on Thursday.
India and the US kicked off a crucial dialogue, with US leaders saying America wants to be “India's best friend” and India asserting that their relationship is defined by natural synergy of democracies.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval has met US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel and discussed a range of issues, including the strategic Indo-US partnership.
The US can play an important role in helping India in addressing the challenges faced by it and creating opportunities that would benefit both countries, said Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Nisha Biswal.
John Kerry promises that India-US relations are on the cusp of a historic transformation. But that's where they always seem be stuck. And gaffe-prone John Kerry will have his work cut out for him as he tries to sell America to a suspicious India.
The Sushma Swaraj-John Kerry meeting should be seen pragmatically -- despite the warmth over doing business together, there remain thorny issues such as Pakistan, the civil nuclear liability law and Indian policy-making on foreign investment.
If there is indeed no tension between the party and government or among ministers, then the needle of suspicion rests on the NSA. And that cannot be good news for the Modi government seeking to rebuild ties with the US.
Several key differences of opinion in the Indo-US relationship will not be on the table when John Kerry meets Sushma Swaraj. The real takeaway from the trip could be economic cooperation.
Laying out a roadmap for a long-term strategic partnership between the largest and oldest democratic countries, Kerry said that deepening America's ties with India is a strategic imperative.