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  • India, US to exchange information on corporate frauds: Sachin Pilot

    India, US to exchange information on corporate frauds: Sachin Pilot

    With an aim to avert possible corporate frauds and safeguard the interest of investors, India is looking for greater exchange of information and regulatory cooperation with the US.

  • India most important partner in Asia: US

    There is no partner as important for the United States in Asia as India and the growing convergence of interests and outlook has brought about unprecedented cooperation between the two nations on regional and global security, a top US official has sa...

  • US wants India growth to speed up, terms it key business partner

    US wants India growth to speed up, terms it key business partner

    The US has termed New Delhi as one of its most trusted and valuable partners in the region, but has expressed concern over India's declining growth rate and an apparent slowdown in its reform process.

  • No change in policy for visa to Narendra Modi, says US

    No change in policy for visa to Narendra Modi, says US

    The European Union recently ended its decade-long boycott of Narendra Modi, but the US has indicated that it will continue to deny the Gujarat Chief Minister a visa.

  • Watch: US-India higher education dialogue

    As a follow-up to the US-India Higher Education Dialogue, Under Secretary of State for Public Affairs and Public Diplomacy Tara Sonenshine and Indian Ambassador to the US Nirupama Rao discussed how people-to-people ties are the heart of the US-India ...

  • 'Passport to India' programme to send more US students to India

    'Passport to India' programme to send more US students to India

    The United States has come out with a "Passport to India" programme to encourage more and more American students to go to India for studies.

  • Maldives crisis: President willing to submit to probe into transfer of power

    Maldives crisis: President willing to submit to probe into transfer of power

    A visiting U.S. official said on Saturday that the Maldives wasn't ready for early elections as a way out of its political crisis as the Indian Ocean nation's new president agreed to an independent investigation into his takeover of power.

  • US government official meets with new Maldives leader

    A top U.S. government official met with leaders in the Maldives on Saturday to get a fresh assessment of the political situation in the Indian Ocean nation.

  • US recognises new government of Maldives

    US recognises new government of Maldives

    The United States on Thursday recognized the new government of Maldives President Mohamed Waheed as legitimate and urged him to fulfill a pledge to form a national unity government. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland also said Robert Blake,...

  • India takes up issue of Leno's remarks with US

    India takes up issue of Leno's remarks with US

    India today took up the issue of popular TV host Jay Leno's remarks on the Golden Temple with the US and wrote a strong letter to NBC, which had aired the show. Indian Deputy Chief of Mission here Arun Kumar Singh met Robert Blake, US Assistant Secre...

  • India likely to be largest economy by 2050: US

    US Assistant Secretary of State (Bureau of South and central Asian affairs) Robert O Blake on Friday said the future of Indian economy seems very bright and the country is likely to become the world's third largest economy by 2030, and the largest by 2050. He added, "The incredible growth of ...

  • US has not changed its visa policy for Narendra Modi

    US has not changed its visa policy for Narendra Modi

    The US today said there is no change in its policy of denying visa to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

  • India to be a success story of our time: Robert Blake

    India to be a success story of our time: Robert Blake

    India, fuelled by a young, dynamic and educated population, is all set to be a success story of "our time", a top Obama Administration official said today.Noting that the country was on track to have the largest economy by 2050, US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Robert Blake...

  • Bhopal gas tragedy: America's double standards, say some

    Hours after a verdict drove home the point that justice, after 25 years, is nowhere on the horizon of a city left gasping for breath, America's reaction to the sentence in the Bhopal gas tragedy seemed tactless, even insulting. US Assistant Secretary of State Robert Blake said, "I don't expect this ...

  • India is an indispensable ally: US

    The United States, which recently concluded its strategic dialogues with Pakistan andChina, has said that India is its indispensable ally and will be one of the defining partnerships for America in the 21st century."President (Barack) Obama has called India an indispensable partner and has said that...

  • Headley not a sticking point between India and US: Robert Blake

    A top Obama Administration's official has denied that Mumbai terror attacks suspect David Coleman Headley off late has emerged as a sticking point of relationship between India and the US."I don't think it's a sticking point. I think that we've got a good dialogue and I think we'll work out a way fo...

  • US: Pak must punish 26/11 attackers

    US: Pak must punish 26/11 attackers

    US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia, Robert Blake, has said that Pakistan must prosecute those responsible for the Mumbai attacks.

  • India will have 'full access' to info on Headley: US

    However, US Assistance Secretary of State for South Asia Robert Blake said he was not in a position to answer if an Indian team could go to the US to question Headley.

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