Ahead President Barack Obama's visit to India, US embassy has sought feedback from a group of MPs on what India would like to hear Obama say. The feedback was anything but Kashmir. Aurangzeb Naqshbandi
The focus of US President Barack Obama's upcoming India visit will be to demonstrate what the two countries can do together on a host of issues from health to defence and trade to climate change than talk rhetoric, top officials said today.
A week before US President Barack Obama’s scheduled visit to India, minister of state for science and technology Prithviraj Chavan said, on Friday, that talks surrounding nuclear agreements were very much on the agenda.
India today said it will not make any "hasty decisions" on the outcome of discussions with President Barack Obama on "complex" issues of outsourcing, seat for India in UN Security Council and withdrawal of US ban on export of dual-use technology.
India and the US have reached agreements on two lucrative defence deals worth nearly $5 billion that will give employment to nearly 26,500 people in job-starved America.
US President Barack Obama today sought reciprocity in trade and access to Indian market to allay the fears of Americans that the relationship was a one-way street.
Stating that he was determined to take bilateral ties to an entirely new level, US President Barack Obama today asserted that India-US relationship could be the anchor for security and prosperity in Asia and the world.
US business is pleased with the way President Barack Obama has put trade and economic ties right at the top of priorities during his India visit.
This week, President Barack Obama is visiting India for the first time, one year after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's official state visit to the United States in November 2009. President Obama's visit will be an important milestone in strengthening the US-India strategic partnership. Timothy F Geithner
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said partnership between India and the US on education held "great promise" as no other countries were "better equipped to be partners in building the knowledge economy of the future".
India and the US have decided to start a new homeland security dialogue to deepen their cooperation, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said today.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said today India welcomed US support for membership of multilateral regimes like the Nuclear Suppliers Group.
The mega commercial deals between Indian and US companies that were announced during US President Barack Obama's visit have raised one question: Are they worth $10 billion, as variously reported, or $15 billion as stated by White House?
India and the US will hold their first-ever higher education summit next year, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama announced at a joint press conference on Monday.
The US today joined hands with India to set up a Global Centre for Nuclear Energy Partnership for research and development of secure and proliferation resistant reactor systems.