Nirupama Rao


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  • Why Diplomats, Officials Are Upset With Akshay Kumar's 'Airlift'

    Why Diplomats, Officials Are Upset With Akshay Kumar's 'Airlift'

    Akshay Kumar's film "Airlift" - based on the record evacuation of Indians after the 1990 invasion of Kuwait by Iraq - has left diplomats seething over their portrayal.

  • Nirupama Rao named visiting fellow at US university

    Nirupama Rao named visiting fellow at US university

    Former Indian ambassador to the US, Nirupama Rao, has accepted a one-year appointment as the Meera and Vikram Gandhi Fellow with the Brown-India Initiative at the Watson Institute for International Studies.

  • Nirupama Rao bids farewell to her diplomatic career

    Nirupama Rao bids farewell to her diplomatic career

    Nirupama Rao, Indian envoy to the US, bid farewell to her career of diplomacy, as members of the American diplomatic corps and her counterparts from countries like China and Brazil gathered at a reception hosted in her honour by the State Department in Washington.

  • India not willing to play by the rules: US lawmakers

    India not willing to play by the rules: US lawmakers

    Top American lawmakers today criticised India's trade and business policies, saying that New Delhi is not willing to play by the rules.

  • Sujatha Singh is frontrunner to be the next foreign secretary

    A decision on India's top diplomat is imminent and the choice is likely to be Sujatha Singh, currently Indian ambassador to Germany. She is the senior-most officer in the Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and will, in all likelihood, succeed Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai who retires on July 31.

  • Indian-American Sri Srinivasan sworn in as top US court judge

    Indian-American Sri Srinivasan sworn in as top US court judge

    Indian-American Sri Srinivasan was today sworn in as a judge in the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, the second most powerful court in the United States after the Supreme Court.

  • Indian envoy seeks more US visas for high-skilled workers

    Indian Ambassador Nirupama Rao has sought a generous American visa policy for high-skilled workers from India saying it would help both countries to come out winners.

  • 'Indian IT firms supported 2.8 lakh jobs in US last year'

    'Indian IT firms supported 2.8 lakh jobs in US last year'

    Indian IT companies supported as many as 2.8 lakh jobs in America last year amid a gloomy employment scenario.

  • Indian IT firms supported 2.8 lakh jobs in US last year: Nirupama Rao

    Indian IT firms supported 2.8 lakh jobs in US last year: Nirupama Rao

    Indian IT companies supported as many as 2.8 lakh jobs in America last year amid a gloomy employment scenario, she said.

  • 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 relationship. Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asia Robert Blake moderated the live webchat...

  • India raises issues of H-1B visas and outsourcing with US govt

    India raises issues of H-1B visas and outsourcing with US govt

    Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao has raised India's concerns over the controversial position taken by the US over outsourcing and recent hike in H-1B visa fee with the Obama administration. Nirupama Rao is in Washington meeting with senior member of the...

  • Full text of Nirupama Rao's speech at University of Florida

    Full text of Nirupama Rao's speech at University of Florida

    Indian Ambassador to the US Nirupama Rao spoke to students of the University of Florida. Below is the complete text of her Commencement Address. It is not usual for me to deliver a commencement address and I am deeply honoured by this opportunity to address all of you who stand on the threshold of your beautiful tomorrows.

  • India is best and fair for women, says India's diplomat to the US in a speech to students

    India is best and fair for women, says India's diplomat to the US in a speech to students

    The Indian system is fair and best in the world when it comes to acknowledging the contribution of women, India's top diplomat to the US has said. This is amply demonstrated in the very fact she being a women rose to be the highest position in Indian diplomacy, Indian Ambassador to the US Nirupama Rao told students of the University of Florida in ...

  • India takes up Shah Rukh Khan's detention incident with United States

    India takes up Shah Rukh Khan's detention incident with United States

    India has taken up Shah Rukh Khan's detention incident with the United States and expressed its "deep concern" over it.

  • Indian embassy in US receives bomb threat

    A small suspicious object was found inside the premises of one of the offices related to the Indian Embassy in Washington. The object which was later declared to be harmless, was found by the security agencies after the Embassy, located a few blocks away, received a call that threatened of a bomb placed inside the toilet of the premises, officials ...

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'Nirupama Rao' - 78 News Result(s)

  • Why Diplomats, Officials Are Upset With Akshay Kumar's 'Airlift'

    Why Diplomats, Officials Are Upset With Akshay Kumar's 'Airlift'

    Akshay Kumar's film "Airlift" - based on the record evacuation of Indians after the 1990 invasion of Kuwait by Iraq - has left diplomats seething over their portrayal.

  • Nirupama Rao named visiting fellow at US university

    Nirupama Rao named visiting fellow at US university

    Former Indian ambassador to the US, Nirupama Rao, has accepted a one-year appointment as the Meera and Vikram Gandhi Fellow with the Brown-India Initiative at the Watson Institute for International Studies.

  • Nirupama Rao bids farewell to her diplomatic career

    Nirupama Rao bids farewell to her diplomatic career

    Nirupama Rao, Indian envoy to the US, bid farewell to her career of diplomacy, as members of the American diplomatic corps and her counterparts from countries like China and Brazil gathered at a reception hosted in her honour by the State Department in Washington.

  • India not willing to play by the rules: US lawmakers

    India not willing to play by the rules: US lawmakers

    Top American lawmakers today criticised India's trade and business policies, saying that New Delhi is not willing to play by the rules.

  • Sujatha Singh is frontrunner to be the next foreign secretary

    A decision on India's top diplomat is imminent and the choice is likely to be Sujatha Singh, currently Indian ambassador to Germany. She is the senior-most officer in the Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and will, in all likelihood, succeed Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai who retires on July 31.

  • Indian-American Sri Srinivasan sworn in as top US court judge

    Indian-American Sri Srinivasan sworn in as top US court judge

    Indian-American Sri Srinivasan was today sworn in as a judge in the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, the second most powerful court in the United States after the Supreme Court.

  • Indian envoy seeks more US visas for high-skilled workers

    Indian Ambassador Nirupama Rao has sought a generous American visa policy for high-skilled workers from India saying it would help both countries to come out winners.

  • 'Indian IT firms supported 2.8 lakh jobs in US last year'

    'Indian IT firms supported 2.8 lakh jobs in US last year'

    Indian IT companies supported as many as 2.8 lakh jobs in America last year amid a gloomy employment scenario.

  • Indian IT firms supported 2.8 lakh jobs in US last year: Nirupama Rao

    Indian IT firms supported 2.8 lakh jobs in US last year: Nirupama Rao

    Indian IT companies supported as many as 2.8 lakh jobs in America last year amid a gloomy employment scenario, she said.

  • 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 relationship. Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asia Robert Blake moderated the live webchat...

  • India raises issues of H-1B visas and outsourcing with US govt

    India raises issues of H-1B visas and outsourcing with US govt

    Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao has raised India's concerns over the controversial position taken by the US over outsourcing and recent hike in H-1B visa fee with the Obama administration. Nirupama Rao is in Washington meeting with senior member of the...

  • Full text of Nirupama Rao's speech at University of Florida

    Full text of Nirupama Rao's speech at University of Florida

    Indian Ambassador to the US Nirupama Rao spoke to students of the University of Florida. Below is the complete text of her Commencement Address. It is not usual for me to deliver a commencement address and I am deeply honoured by this opportunity to address all of you who stand on the threshold of your beautiful tomorrows.

  • India is best and fair for women, says India's diplomat to the US in a speech to students

    India is best and fair for women, says India's diplomat to the US in a speech to students

    The Indian system is fair and best in the world when it comes to acknowledging the contribution of women, India's top diplomat to the US has said. This is amply demonstrated in the very fact she being a women rose to be the highest position in Indian diplomacy, Indian Ambassador to the US Nirupama Rao told students of the University of Florida in ...

  • India takes up Shah Rukh Khan's detention incident with United States

    India takes up Shah Rukh Khan's detention incident with United States

    India has taken up Shah Rukh Khan's detention incident with the United States and expressed its "deep concern" over it.

  • Indian embassy in US receives bomb threat

    A small suspicious object was found inside the premises of one of the offices related to the Indian Embassy in Washington. The object which was later declared to be harmless, was found by the security agencies after the Embassy, located a few blocks away, received a call that threatened of a bomb placed inside the toilet of the premises, officials ...

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