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US imposes restrictions on chartered flights under Vande Bharat Mission, cites 'discriminatory and restrictive' practices on India's part
India

US imposes restrictions on chartered flights under Vande Bharat Mission, cites 'discriminatory and restrictive' practices on India's part

The US Department of Transportation has barred Air India from operating chartered flights between India and the United States from 22 July without its prior approval

Ahead of Donald Trump's India visit, White House says US is willing to meet New Delhi's energy demand as trade talks continue
World

Ahead of Donald Trump's India visit, White House says US is willing to meet New Delhi's energy demand as trade talks continue

The US can supply energy to India as much as it wants as there is a much greater potential between the two countries in the key sector, a top White House official has said ahead of President Donald Trump's maiden visit to the country

Donald Trump hints at possible trade deal with India, says looking forward to visiting New Delhi in last week of Feb
World

Donald Trump hints at possible trade deal with India, says looking forward to visiting New Delhi in last week of Feb

US President Donald Trump has said that he is looking forward to his first visit to India later this month and indicated that the two countries may sign a trade deal

Triumphalism over Modi-Trump meeting at G7 Summit is misplaced: Bigger diplomatic tests over Kashmir lie ahead
India

Triumphalism over Modi-Trump meeting at G7 Summit is misplaced: Bigger diplomatic tests over Kashmir lie ahead

To base a 'diplomatic victory' on the latest comments of Donald Trump about Jammu and Kashmir is a risky proposition.

Congress' remark on Kashmir 'mediation' uncalled for; attempt to pit Modi against Trump will only fuel nationalistic fervour
India

Congress' remark on Kashmir 'mediation' uncalled for; attempt to pit Modi against Trump will only fuel nationalistic fervour

Congress and its friends should realise that the nation is willing to believe the strong rebuttal issued by the foreign ministry on Donal Trump's Kashmir mediation remark and that Opposition's aggressiion will only end up helping Modi in further generating nationalistic fervour

US has no plans to cap H-1B visas, Mike Pompeo will assure India during his visit, says State Department official
India

US has no plans to cap H-1B visas, Mike Pompeo will assure India during his visit, says State Department official

The H-1B visas is the main vehicle through which US employers can sponsor skilled foreign workers for admission. The Senior State Department Official appreciated the steps India has taken to reduce its crude oil imports from Iran.

'Modi hai to mumkin hai,' says Mike Pompeo in policy speech ahead of 24 June visit to India
World

'Modi hai to mumkin hai,' says Mike Pompeo in policy speech ahead of 24 June visit to India

Citing the popular election slogan "Modi hai to mumkin hai", US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has sought to take the bilateral relationship with India to the next level.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar faces trial by fire in dealing with Donald Trump's curveball on preferential trade status
India

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar faces trial by fire in dealing with Donald Trump's curveball on preferential trade status

S Jaishankar must now not only dig deep into his bag of experience and expertise but also involve other government departments.

Cope India 2018: US, Indian air forces 12-day joint exercise begin in West Bengal from Monday after a gap of eight years
India

Cope India 2018: US, Indian air forces 12-day joint exercise begin in West Bengal from Monday after a gap of eight years

Air forces of India and the US will begin a 12-day military exercise in Kalaikunda and Panagarh air bases in West Bengal from Monday with an aim to enhance operational coordination, officials said.

India-US 2+2 talks: Good to see Sushma Swaraj, Nirmala Sitharaman at fore but issue of women's representation lingers
India

India-US 2+2 talks: Good to see Sushma Swaraj, Nirmala Sitharaman at fore but issue of women's representation lingers

Certainly, the lack of adequate representation of women from much of our politics is not because of a lack of talent.

US advocates for India's membership in Nuclear Suppliers Group, says New Delhi meets all qualifications
World

US advocates for India's membership in Nuclear Suppliers Group, says New Delhi meets all qualifications

India has not been able to secure membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group because of China's veto, a senior Trump Administration official said Thursday asserting that the US will continue to advocate for New Delhi's membership in the elite grouping as it meets all the criteria.

After 2+2 dialogue, India-US trade deal negotiations at the starting stage, says White House
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After 2+2 dialogue, India-US trade deal negotiations at the starting stage, says White House

India and the United States last week held their maiden 2+2 dialogue in New Delhi. Primarily being a strategic dialogue, trade-related issues were also discussed

India-US 2+2 talks: Focus on concrete outcomes; New Delhi should get over Cold War hangover
India

India-US 2+2 talks: Focus on concrete outcomes; New Delhi should get over Cold War hangover

The dialogue is a good chance to take stock of the areas of cooperation, agreement and disagreement between India and the US.

India-US 2+2 talks: If Washington wants to be New Delhi’s most ‘reliable strategic partner’, it must shun coercive approach
World

India-US 2+2 talks: If Washington wants to be New Delhi’s most ‘reliable strategic partner’, it must shun coercive approach

The dangers to the India-US partnership emerge from the presence of stubborn irritants in ties that have grown in scope and scale.

US offers India armed version of Guardian drone; New Delhi to sign up for 'intrusive' communications framework before deal
India

US offers India armed version of Guardian drone; New Delhi to sign up for 'intrusive' communications framework before deal

An Indian defense source said the military wanted a drone not just for surveillance but also to be able to hunt down targets at land and sea.

India says it will take steps to ensure energy security after US asks it to cut oil imports from Iran
Business

India says it will take steps to ensure energy security after US asks it to cut oil imports from Iran

India's reaction to the Trump administration's warning against import of oil from Iran came on a day the US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley said that New Delhi should rethink its ties with Iran

US cancels high level dialogue with India as trade tensions escalate; Mike Pompeo calls Sushma Swaraj, cites 'unavoidable reasons'
World

US cancels high level dialogue with India as trade tensions escalate; Mike Pompeo calls Sushma Swaraj, cites 'unavoidable reasons'

The United States on Wednesday postponed the proposed high-level '2+2' talks with India scheduled for next week in Washington even as its ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley met with top Indian leaders in New Delhi.

Indian govt slashes US lobby budget by $60,000 for the first time since 2009: Report
India

Indian govt slashes US lobby budget by $60,000 for the first time since 2009: Report

India has slashed its expenses towards lobbying in the US with a total payment of $ 120,000 to its registered lobbyist firm in the second quarter of 2017 — the first cut in nearly 7 years.

Narendra Modi's vision for new India will help in creating jobs in US, says Sean Spicer
India

Narendra Modi's vision for new India will help in creating jobs in US, says Sean Spicer

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "vision for a new India" will also help create jobs in the US, President Donald Trump's Press Secretary Sean Spicer said while announcing Modi's White House visit scheduled for 26 June.

H-1B: Nasscom steps up lobbying with US lawmakers on visa, immigration curbs
Business

H-1B: Nasscom steps up lobbying with US lawmakers on visa, immigration curbs

The IT industry body paid a total amount of US $1,50,000 (nearly Rs 1 crore) to its two registered lobbyists in the first quarter of 2017.