India offers to partially open up its poultry, dairy markets in effort to strike deal with Donald Trump during upcoming visit
India has offered to partially open up its poultry and dairy markets in a bid for a limited trade deal during US President Donald Trump’s first official visit to the country this month, people familiar with the protracted talks say.
Envoys' visit to Jammu and Kashmir 'important step', says US but expresses concern over political leaders' detentions, internet shutdown
US expressed concern over continued detention of political leaders, restrictions on internet in region
Reorganisation of Jammu and Kashmir does not violate any border, international LoC: Indian envoy to US on Article 370
India's decision to reorganise Jammu and Kashmir and to scrap Article 370 is an internal matter as it does not violate any border or international line of control, said India Ambassador to US
G20 Osaka Summit: India stays firm on trade, terrorism and tariff talks; PM's bonhomie with world leaders carried weight of balanced foreign policy
The US is neither the ogre that certain left-leaning liberals like to think it is nor is it – nor should be – in the business of charity. Yet it is probably one of our most useful levers or balances in the global power game.
US to not to go back on decision to suspend preferential trade status for India under GSP, calls it 'done deal'
The Trump administration has prioritised working with the Government of India to ensure that US companies have a level playing field, a senior State Department official told reporters on Thursday, hours after Narendra Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister for a second time following his spectacular electoral victory in the general elections.
Procuring anti-submarine chopper boosts Indian Navy's defence capabilities; China's rising naval power has US wary
While the deal for India to procure 24 MH-60 Romeo Seahawks from the US is an attempt to curb China's military expansion in the Indian Ocean, Beijing is also likely to keep a close eye on the latest defence agreement.
US agrees to build six nuclear power plants in India, reaffirms support for latter's early membership in NSG
India and the US signed a historic agreement to cooperate in the civil nuclear energy sector in October 2008. The deal gave a fillip to bilateral ties, which have been on an upswing since.
US backs India's right to defend itself after Pulwama attack, NSAs resolve to 'hold Pakistan to account'
The United States has told India it supports its right to defend itself against cross-border attacks, the government in New Delhi said on Saturday as it considers retaliation against a car bombing in Jammu and Kashmir claimed by Pakistan-based militants.
Nirmala Sitharaman in US: Defence minister says military ties with Washington have improved over time with mutual trust and confidence
Union Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday asserted that New Delhi sees the US as an important partner in the field of defence.
Donald Trump declines Republic Day invite: Russian president, Sri Lanka's new PM and Nepal's last king are possible alternatives
No Head of State likes to be a second choice, even if he’s replacing the President of the United States.
Republic Day chief guest: India to consider leaders of three other countries as options after Donald Trump turns down invite
defence missile systems, notwithstanding the US threat of punitive action under CAATSA. The sources said India has already short-listed names of two-three heads of state for extending invitation to be the chief guest at the Republic Day parade.
Donald Trump unable to attend India's Republic Day parade due to 'scheduling constraints', says White House
US President Donald Trump is unable to participate as the chief guest of India's Republic Day celebrations in 2019 due to scheduling constraints, the White House has said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had invited President Trump for a bilateral visit to India during their talks in Washington in 2017.
Donald Trump praises India's efforts to 'lift its citizens out of poverty' in United Nations General Assembly address
In his about 35-minute address, Donald Trump said over the years, history has transpired in the halls of the UNGA.
Another Sikh man assaulted in California within a week, raises concerns over increasing hate crime in US
This is the second attack on a Sikh man in about a week in California. On 31 July, 50-year old Surjit Malhi was attacked while putting up campaign signs in support of incumbent Republican Congressman Jeff Denham and other local Republican candidates.
US Congress allows India to be spared from sanctions on purchase of significant military equipment from Russia
The United States Congress has passed the conference report on National Defense Authorization Act-2019 (NDAA-19), which paves the way for waiver to India from punitive Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act or CAATSA
US Trade and Development Agency signs MoU with Indian company for 41 MW power project in Andhra Pradesh
The MoU was signed between US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) and private sector firm IL&FS Energy Development Company Limited (IEDCL) on the sidelines of the Indo-Pacific Business Forum hosted by the US Chamber of Commerce
CAATSA waiver though general in nature is intended at preventing US sanctions on India, which is planning to buy five S-400 Triumf air defence systems for around $4.5 billion from Russia.
North Korea on Mike Pompeo's radar to 'flesh out' denuclearisation deal after postponing India-US 2+2 dialogue
During his trip beginning on 5 July from Pyongyang in North Korea, Mike Pompeo will also travel to Tokyo, Hanoi, Abu Dhabi and Brussels.
Nikki Haley visits gurdwara in Delhi, takes note of issue of 52 Indian asylum-seekers held in Oregon, US
BJP legislator and DSGMC General Secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa interacted with Nikki Haley while she was visiting Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib here along with the US Ambassador to India Kenneth Juster.
Religious freedom as important as freedom of people and their rights, says Nikki Haley on India visit
Haley during her two-day visit will meet senior Indian officials, business leaders and students, underscoring America's "strong alliance" with the country.