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Congress asks US court to respect India's sovereignty

Congress asks US court to respect India's sovereignty

20 Mar 2014

New York: Asking a US court to respect India’s sovereignty, the Congress party has sought dismissal of a human rights violation case relating to the 1984 anti-Sikh violence filed by a US-based Sikh rights group.

US court,   India,   1984 anti-Sikh violence,   Robert W Sweet,   Sikhs for Justice ,  
Diplomat issue shouldn't derail <strong>India</strong> ties: US

Diplomat issue shouldn't derail India ties: US

09 Feb 2014

Washington: A top White House adviser attempted to smooth over troubled ties between United States and India on Friday, saying the two countries should not allow the dispute over an Indian diplomat to "derail the future we are working diligently to build."

India-US ties,   Devyani arrest,   Indian diplomat row,   Diplomat issue,   Devyani Khobragade,  
 Pakistan assures <strong>India</strong> of an early outcome in 26/11 trial

Pakistan assures India of an early outcome in 26/11 trial

20 Feb 2014

Male: Pakistan on Thursday assured India that it is moving expeditiously with the trial of seven persons accused of involvement in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks and an outcome is expected in a "couple of months".

Paksitan,   Pakistan-India relations,   Indo-Pak relations,   26/11 trial,   26/11 Mumbai terror attack,   26/11 terror attack,   2008 Mumbai terror attacks,   Salman Khurshid,   SAARC ,  
Australia, <strong>India</strong> to push for IMF quota reforms at G20 meeting

Australia, India to push for IMF quota reforms at G20 meeting

20 Feb 2014

Sydney:  Australia on Thursday said that it will ‘actively lobby’ with United States to push through the International Monetary Fund (IMF) quota reforms seeking to providing more voice to the developing countries.

Australia,   India,   IMF quota,   G20,   International Monetary Fund,   meeting of G20 Finance Ministers,   ,  
Ready to work with <strong>India</strong> to settle border dispute: China

Ready to work with India to settle border dispute: China

07 Feb 2014

Beijing: Ahead of the 17th round of Sino-India talks on the contentious boundary issue, China on Friday said it is ready to achieve an early and mutually acceptable deal to make border areas a ‘bridge and bond’ between the two nations.

India-China talks,   India-China border dispute,   India-China border talks,   Sino-India talks,   Border Defence Cooperation Agreement,   BDCA,  
Marines case: Italy recalls Ambassador to <strong>India</strong> after trial delay

Marines case: Italy recalls Ambassador to India after trial delay

19 Feb 2014

New Delhi/Rome: Italy recalled its Ambassador to India on Tuesday after the Supreme Court in New Delhi delayed a decision on a trial for two Italian marines accused of shooting two fishermen in February 2012.

Italy Marines case,   Italy Marines,   Italy Ambassador,   India-India ties,   Italian marines trial,   Supreme Court,  
<strong>India</strong> warns US of consequences on visa reform

India warns US of consequences on visa reform

07 Feb 2014

Washington: India has warned United States of consequences for its companies if lawmakers tighten visa rules on high-tech firms as part of an immigration overhaul.

visa reform,   immigration laws,   united states,   Subrahmanyam Jaishankar,   American economy,   Barack Obama,  
<strong>India</strong>-Pakistan ties face cultural intolerance: Daily

India-Pakistan ties face cultural intolerance: Daily

06 Feb 2014

Islamabad: Good relations between India and Pakistan remain elusive due to cultural intolerance, a leading Pakistani daily said on Thursday.

India-Pakistan ties,   India-Pakistan cultural intolerance,   The Dawn,   Mumbai Press Club,   Shiv Sena,  
Partnership with <strong>India</strong> is broad, strong: US

Partnership with India is broad, strong: US

24 Jan 2014

Washington: Greeting Indians ahead of the country's 65th Republic Day on January 26, a top US diplomat termed America's partnership with India as broad and strong.

india,   united states,   Republic Day,   visa fraud case,   john kerry,   Salman Khurshid,   barack obama,   Devyani Khobragade,   terrorist attacks,  
Nawaz Sharif invites <strong>India</strong> for dialogue on Kashmir issue

Nawaz Sharif invites India for dialogue on Kashmir issue

05 Feb 2014

Islamabad: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday invited India to engage with Pakistan in "a result-oriented dialogue process" over the Kashmir dispute.

Nawaz Sharif,   Kashmir issue,   India-Pakistan talks,   Kashmir Solidarity Day,   India-Pakistan ties,  

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