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US election outcome won’t affect ties with India: Senior official

US election outcome won’t affect ties with India: Senior official

🕔11:55, 21.Oct 2020

New York, Oct 21 A high-ranking US official said that he is optimistic that any possible outcome of the November 3 presidential election won’t affect the deepening ties with India because “this relationship is much bigger than any one political party”.

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US sees enormous progress in India-US ties under Modi

US sees enormous progress in India-US ties under Modi

🕔10:53, 10.Oct 2015

Washington, Oct 10  With enormous progress in India-US relationship since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power, the US says it looks forward to its further deepening and becoming more productive.“There’s been enormous progress in US-India relations, and certainly since

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Obama mourns Kalam ‘an advocate for stronger US-India relations’

Obama mourns Kalam ‘an advocate for stronger US-India relations’

🕔10:51, 29.Jul 2015

Washington, July 29  US President Barack Obama has condoled the death of former Indian president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam describing him as an advocate for stronger US-India relations, and who worked to deepen the two countries’ space cooperation.“A scientist and statesman,

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US envoy to India stresses on improving trade ties

US envoy to India stresses on improving trade ties

🕔11:33, 2.Feb 2015

Kolkata, Feb 2 Describing US President Barack Obama’s visit as “transformative”, that brought US-India relations to a new level, the American envoy to India Sunday said improving the economic ties was a key area. Speaking on the occasion of a

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Kerry visit a start, Modi visit to US pivotal

Kerry visit a start, Modi visit to US pivotal

🕔12:54, 30.Jul 2014

John Kerry visits India Wednesday as a raft of crises consume American diplomacy. By contrast, US-India relations are at a moment of opportunity, but the US Secretary of State faces challenges in New Delhi that are significant in their own

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