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Last Updated: 2009-07-30T09:47:16+05:30
Manmohan Singh & Hillary Clinton According to Dr. Manmohan Singh, the end-use monitoring pact with the US "does not compromise our sovereignty" and will not allow American inspectors to visit Indian military installations.
"You can be assured that our government has taken all precautions to ensure an ...

Last Updated: 2009-07-28T13:05:11+05:30
Chris Dodd Even though bilateral support is present on the growing Indo-US ties, two influential US senators have said strong cooperation between the US and India indicates increased economic opportunities for both nations benefiting Americans and Indians alike.
In addition to being the world's ...

Last Updated: 2009-07-28T11:17:24+05:30
US Senator John Cornyn An influential American senator, who had played a key role in getting the India-US civilian nuclear deal passed, has apologised for "mistakenly" suggesting "a rising" India posed a "graver and greater" security threat than that in Afghanistan and ...

Last Updated: 2009-07-24T12:03:01+05:30
S. M. Krishna Undisturbed by the G8 curb on the transfer of enrichment and reprocessing technology (ENR), the External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Thursday told that India will proceed according to the clean waiver it has received from the Nuclear Suppliers' Group (NSG). He added that India and the US are ...

Last Updated: 2009-07-22T10:33:03+05:30
Barack Obama Soon after India and the US reached an agreement over End Use Monitoring of sensitive technology, President Barack Obama sent his first report on the India-US civil nuclear deal inked last October to US Congress on Tuesday.
"The report covers the period of October 4, 2008, to June 30, ...

Last Updated: 2009-07-21T12:07:08+05:30
Hillary Clinton India and the United States Monday reaffirmed their commitment to the bilateral civil nuclear deal, with India providing two sites for nuclear parks to be set up by American companies. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has also been invited to visit the US in November.
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Last Updated: 2009-07-21T11:50:50+05:30
S. M. Krishna India and the US Monday signed three agreements on science and technology, space cooperation and end-user monitoring accord that will pave way for more defence deals between the two countries.
The agreements were signed between visiting US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Indian ...

Last Updated: 2009-07-20T11:12:22+05:30
Hillary Clinton US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, on Sunday said that India is a key player in helping the US achieve global food security and end hunger.
"President Obama and I had a signature issue - food security and ending hunger. India is well placed to help us (achieve it)," Clinton ...

Last Updated: 2009-07-20T10:40:04+05:30
Hillary Clinton After making a strong pitch for low-carbon economy and seeking a pro-active cooperation for the new global climate deal, the US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, assured that Washington will "not do anything that will limit India's economic progress".
"The US does not ...

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