US midterm elections 2018: Donald Trump’s idiom of fear mongering won’t stop even if Republicans suffer losses
Fear, the reigning idiom of the Donald Trump presidency, isn’t about to roll over quietly, no matter what the results of the US midterm election on 6 November. It’ll likely get louder.
US midterm elections 2018: In final sprint, Donald Trump tells Republicans to hang on to 'fragile' victories
US President Donald Trump implored Republicans on Monday to help preserve "fragile" GOP victories that could be erased by Democrats as he closes out a midterm campaign that has been defined by his racially charged rhetoric, hard-line immigration moves and scattershot policy proposals.
US midterm elections 2018: Early results likely 6 November midnight; key races to watch as Donald Trump stokes immigration fears
The US midterm elections on 6 November close by 7 pm EST and early results should begin trickling in by midnight when we'll likely know if Democrats have been able to flip the 435 member US House. Here's your bucket list of key races and polls to watch before a high stakes election spiked by Donald Trump's fiery rhetoric stoking immigration fears.
US midterm elections: If Democrats flip the House, what does it mean for US foreign policy and India? 'Very bullish' is dominant theme
Long time US foreign policy watcher and president of the International Republican Institute Daniel Twining remains “very bullish” on the US India relationship (despite the current misalignment on trade) even if the Senate and the House pull away in two different directions after the US midterm elections on 6 November.
The India-US nuclear deal was initiated in 2005, after nearly 30 years of US-imposed sanctions since India tested its first nuclear weapon (1974).
The Trump Administration has a "very positive view" of the Indo-US relationship and a lot of interest in taking the ties forward, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said on Saturday after his wide-ranging talks with senior cabinet members and top officials.
Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar has met US National Security Advisor Lt Gen H R McMaster and discussed counter-terrorism, bilateral relations and ways to take Indo-US ties forward.
As Donald Trump gets ready to take the short flight south, leaving Trump Tower for 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, it’s important to realistic assess what his foreign policy might look like, particularly in regard to India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Donald Trump on being elected US President, saying he looks forward to working with him closely to take Indo-US ties to a new height
The Senate has not passed a key amendment necessary to modify its export control regulations with respect to India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US provided an "important opportunity" to assess how the Indo-US partnership can help address global challenges.
Reacting to Pakistan's opposition to India becoming a member of the NSG, the US said it is not about an arms race, but about civilian use of nuclear energy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will undertake a two-day visit to the US from 7 June during which he will address a Joint Meeting of the US Congress.
The US is keen to forge a "closer and stronger" military relationship with India, Defence Secretary Ashton Carter has said ahead of his visit to India during which "a whole bunch of things" will be announced to boost Indo-US strategic ties.
Ahead of Modi's visit, India and the US have agreed to deepen their collaboration against Pakistan-based terror groups LeT and JeM
As Hillary Clinton vowed to punish companies that leave the US, her rival dug out a video of hers saying in India that outsourcing has "pluses and minuses"
The US' decision to sell eight F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan would affect "some aspects" of Indo-US relationship, says a top US military commander
Describing the Devyani Khobragade episode as a "painful period" in Indo-US ties, the US has said the incident has led to "important learnings" and there is a determination to avoid such instances.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the US on its Independence Day on Saturday and expressed confidence that bilateral relations will get even better in times to come based on the renewed energy in ties.
The strong personal chemistry between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi would drive the Indo-US strategic relationship, a top American Senator has said.