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 'Obama's emission policy to motivate <strong>India</strong> and China'

'Obama's emission policy to motivate India and China'

06 Jun 2014

Washington: The Obama administration's new ambitious carbon emission standard has put US in a strong position with the G7 countries and it would motivate countries like China and India to take similar bold actions, the White House has said.

Barack Obama,   US president,   emission policy,   India-China emission policy,   US emission policy ,  
Bangladesh hopes for good ties with <strong>India</strong>

Bangladesh hopes for good ties with India

28 May 2014

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said any problems with neighbouring countries, including India, could be resolved through bilateral talks, media reported.

Bangladesh,   India,   good ties,   Sheikh Hasina,   Narendra Modi,   Shirin Sharmin ,  
US lawmaker to be awarded for strengthening ties with <strong>India</strong>

US lawmaker to be awarded for strengthening ties with India

06 Jun 2014

Washington: An American lawmaker from the southernmost US state of Connecticut has been selected for the 'Friend of India' award for his contribution in strengthening Indo-US relationship.

US lawmaker,   American lawmaker,   US state of Connecticut,   Indo-US relationship,   Jim Himes,   Member of US House of Representatives,  
Modi-Obama summit to reset <strong>India</strong>-US ties

Modi-Obama summit to reset India-US ties

06 Jun 2014

Washington: US is looking forward to the first summit meeting between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reset the ties between New Delhi and Washington that had gone adrift in the last days of the previous government.

Narendra Modi,   Barack Obama,   India-US ties,   India-US relations,   Modi to meet Obama,  
European Union may ban betel leaves from <strong>India</strong>

European Union may ban betel leaves from India

14 Jun 2014

London: A month after imposing ban on import of Alphonso mangoes from India, the European Union (EU) may now ban Betel or 'paan' leaves over reports of Salmonella contamination of betel leaves from the country.

Alphonso mangoes,   European Union,   EU,   ban on Betel leaves,   Salmonella contamination,   Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed,   RASFF,  
BIMSTEC has <strong>made</strong> significant advances to combat terrorism, says Khurshid

BIMSTEC has made significant advances to combat terrorism, says Khurshid

03 Mar 2014

Nay Pyi Taw (Myanmar): Expressing contentment over the noteworthy advances made by the members of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) to tackle the menace of terrorism, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Monday emphasized on the need to have further cooperation in this regard.

BIMSTEC,   Salman Khurshid,   terrorism,   Myanmar,   Ministerial Meeting,   Nay Pyi Taw,   3rd Summit,   Dhaka,  
US in touch with <strong>India</strong>, Afghanistan on abduction of aid worker

US in touch with India, Afghanistan on abduction of aid worker

04 Jun 2014

Washington: United States is in touch with both Indian and Afghan authorities on the abduction of an Indian aid worker from Herat in Afghanistan by unidentified gunmen.

United States,   India,   Afghanistan,   abduction of worker,   Heart,   Prem Kumar,   Jesuit Refugee Service,   JRS,  
Horrified at reports of violence against women in <strong>India</strong>: US

Horrified at reports of violence against women in India: US

04 Jun 2014

Washington: United States has said it is horrified at reports of sexual violence and murders in India and it also applauded the role of individuals, government officials and civil society groups working to protect the survivors.

crime against women,   United States,   sexual violence in India,   women safety in India,  
<strong>India</strong> wants 'zero tolerance' for terrorism

India wants 'zero tolerance' for terrorism

24 May 2014

United Nations: India has said it will not support any resolution adopted after an ongoing review of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy that dilutes efforts to combat the menace of terrorism, for which there should be zero tolerance.

India,   United nations,   terrorism,   Heart attack,  
US, <strong>India</strong> trade bodies highlight growth opportunities

US, India trade bodies highlight growth opportunities

31 May 2014

Washington: With a new Indian government in place, key areas of growth and business opportunities in US-India commercial and business partnership have been highlighted by trade bodies of the two countries.

US-India relations,   US-India trade,   US-India business partnership,   CII ,  

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