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Mr Sandhu Goes to Washington
'Taranjit has the ideal temperament to deal with the Americans who understand firmness and appreciate flexibility.''He can hold his ground with a cheerful face and still make it clear that India......
'This is an excellent start'
'Progress demands regular senior-level attention from American leaders.''A leaders' summit is great, but we need sustained engagement to continue to forge new agreements and find new areas of......
How India drowned Pakistan's voice in America
The start of Indian-American lobbying in the US can be directly traced back to Pakistan's anti-India lobbying.Policy wonk Ashok Sharma documents the journey of Indian lobbying and its role in......
'US will work with whoever wins the election in India'
What will a BJP government in New Delhi mean for Washington? Four senior US officials who served in the Clinton administration during the NDA government, offer their perspective, says Aziz Haniffa.......
'Indiawallah' to be prestigious Wadhwani Chair
'In the time I have been an Indiawallah, I have seen three US Presidential visits to India, nuclear sanctions, nuclear cooperation, a border conflict with Pakistan, the growth of IT services, a......
Obama-Singh meeting to re-energise Indo-US ties: Inderfurth
US President Barack Obama's meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Washington on Friday is expected to re-energise the India-US relationship, a top former American diplomat has said, but......
Millionaire Wadhwani sets up India chair at CSIS
Multimillionaire Silicon Valley information technology entrepreneur Romesh Wadhwani, CEO of Symphony Technology Group in Palo Alto, California, has established an India Chair at the Center for......
H-1B: Indian CEOs meet Obama team
India's corporate leadership raised the issue of H-1B visa restrictions during their first high level interaction with Obama Administration officials and was assured that there would not be a......
China ties not at cost of India: US
US President Barack Obama's top administration officials has told a delegation of Indian business leaders that the growing economic ties of the world's largest economy with China would not be at......
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