The US on Monday offered to help finance India’s ambitious solar energy target and said the US Trade and Development Agency for renewable energy will invest another $2 billion.
Sonia, Manmohan, Rahul call on Prez, discuss bilateral ties
HRD to set rules for ‘adjunct’ faculty
CBI suspects wider political conspiracy in Kerala activist case
As US President Barack Obama leaned right to listen to Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the parade, he popped in a chewing gum — possibly Nicorette.
UK media hails ‘royal welcome’ Obama got
Three Indian ministers had a dinner meeting of with their US counterparts at ITC Maurya apparently to take forward the dialogue on some of the contentious issues.
With a title almost as long as its 10 paragraphs of text, the “Joint Strategic Vision for Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean Region” may be remembered as the most radical end-product of the Indo-US Republic Day summit.
Bringing the Indo-US nuclear deal into commercial life was seen by both Narendra Modi and Barack Obama as essential.
Breakthrough is result of months of work
Indian scientists raise fresh hope for novel malaria vaccine
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pet projects — Make in India, Jan Dhan Yojana and Beti Bachao — were on display on a rain-soaked Rajpath on Monday as chief guest President Barack Obama cheered on the Republic Day parade.
Maoists protest Obama visit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi created a sartorial stir on Monday when social media discovered his blue pinstripe suit at a meeting with US President Barack Obama was embroidered with his own name – over and over again.
India’s resistance to accept a peak year for emissions was a prime reason why US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi failed to strike a climate deal along the lines of a US-China agreement on emission cuts.