It is said that the U.S. and India “share an existential foxhole.” This marvelous expression of Tunku Varadarajan of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, writing for the Wall Street Journal, captures the essence of a growing strategic partnership.
Modi has just wrapped up a 140-hour-long trip covering five nations including the US, 45-plus engagements over five days and flew for nearly 44 hours, bulk of it at night, to cover nearly 33,000 kilometers.
India has joined a group of nearly 40 nations that have signed a Europe-led clampdown on tax evasion and corruption, committing to automatically exchange information on beneficial ownership, the UK government said.
The European Commission 's action plan to support member states in the integration of third-country nationals and their economic and social contribution along with a legal proposal to reform the rules on highly skilled migrants going to the EU to work were presented to the European Union
The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and the President of the United States of America Barack Obama met today in the White House during an official working visit of Prime Minister Modi to the United States.
Days before Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for a US-plus-four nations visit, his government put three US-based non-governmental organisations (NGOs) on the watch list. This includes an NGO patronised by billionaire global investor George Soros .
Switzerland's commitment to India to support its membership at the coveted Nuclear Supplier's Group (NSG) is a big boost for the Modi government as it may move the naysayers among NSG member states from Europe to tilt in India's favour.
China has been a constant factor in the India-U.S. ties, but the delicate balancing act that both countries play in dealing with the Asian giant will be unmistakable when Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington on June 8.
Narendra Modi has laid the foundation for strategic interdependencies with the region by focusing on counterterrorism cooperation, deeper economic and security ties, and by engaging the large Indian diaspora.
Two years ago there were questions over whether Indian PM Modi could get a visa to enter the United States. Next week he visits Washington as one of President Barack Obama's closest international partners.
How Trump is learning from Modi, and why that makes the Hindutva NRI very uncomfortable. If Modiji wants to build a fence on the Pakistan border, Trumpji wants to build a big business wall around the whole of America. Even this wall business, Trumpji learnt from Modiji only.
In the upcoming Homeland security meet in July, India is expecting US to make India a part of its global entry program that ensures easy entry without going through harassment at the immigration counters for security checks.
Expressing concern over a series of alleged attacks on Africans in the country, President Pranab Mukherjee Monday said it would be unfortunate if “our long tradition of friendship with the people of Africa” is diluted.
Britain's most senior Indian-origin cabinet minister Priti Patel on Sunday launched a direct attack at her Conservative party leadership in her campaign to get Britain to vote to leave the European Union (EU) in the June 23 referendum.