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Takeaways from the Obama visit 30.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Takeaways from the Obama visit
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Takeaways from the Obama visit 30.1.2015 Hindu: Home
Twenty years ago, the talking points of U.S. policy were to ‘cap and eventually eliminate’ the subcontinent’s nuclear programmes. Now, to have the U.S. President at the Republic Day parade in 2015 while negotiators worked out ways to operationalise civil nuclear cooperation shows how far India-U.S. ties have progressed
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Live: Modi wishes Obamas a safe journey, quotes DDLJ for rainy Republic Day 27.1.2015 FirstPost: India

US President Barack Obama will conclude his 3-day visit to India with a Town Hall address at New Delhi's Siri Fort Auditorium where he will highlight India-US ties.

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Live: Modi wishes Obamas a safe journey, quotes DDLJ for the Republic Day 27.1.2015 FirstPost: India

US President Barack Obama will conclude his 3-day visit to India with a Town Hall address at New Delhi's Siri Fort Auditorium where he will highlight India-US ties.

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Live: Air Force One takes off with US first couple, White House tweets thank you India 27.1.2015 FirstPost: World

US President Barack Obama will conclude his 3-day visit to India with a Town Hall address at New Delhi's Siri Fort Auditorium where he will highlight India-US ties.

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Live: We will help India build the nation of its dreams, vows Obama 27.1.2015 FirstPost: World

US President Barack Obama will conclude his 3-day visit to India with a Town Hall address at New Delhi's Siri Fort Auditorium where he will highlight India-US ties.

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Russia, India remain strategic partners: Russia 27.1.2015 Zee News : India National
In view of the growing strategic partnership between Washington and New Delhi, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov said Monday that Russia and India remain strategic partners and no external influence can affect them.
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Russia, India remain strategic partners: Russia 26.1.2015 New Kerala: World News
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Russia, India remain strategic partners: Russia 26.1.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Moscow, Jan 26 (IANS/TASS) In view of the growing strategic partnership between Washington and New Delhi, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov said Monday that Russia and India remain strategic partners and no external influence can affect ...
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No External Influence Will Effect India-Russia Strategic Partnership: Russia 26.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Pakistani, Afghan commanders begin border security talks 26.1.2015 Zee News : South Asia
Top Pakistani and Afghan commanders have opened talks on security issues, focusing on border management amid growing anti-terror cooperation, the military said Monday.
Pakistani, Afghan commanders begin border security talks 26.1.2015 Sify News
Top Pakistani and Afghan commanders have opened talks on security issues, focusing on border management amid growing anti-terror cooperation, the military said Monday.
Pakistan media highlights Obama's India visit and breakthrough in nuclear deal 26.1.2015 DNA: Money
Pakistani media on Monday gave extensive coverage to US President Barack Obama's visit to India, highlighting the breakthrough in the civil nuclear deal and renewal of a 10-year defence cooperation between the two countries. Obama arrived in New Delhi on Sunday and in a departure from protocol, Prime Minister Narendra Modi personally received him at the airport. In a front page lead, Dawn reported that nuclear agreement was reached "to end the deadlock on their six-year-old civilian nuclear power agreement". The two countries had signed landmark civilian nuclear deal in 2008. The News in its front page headline - 'Atomic energy deal: US accedes to Indian demands' - reported that it was a much anticipated breakthrough on the commercial implementation of their landmark agreement, the two countries enter "a new strategic phase of co-production of some defence projects". The paper also noted that Obama declared that India was a trustworthy partner in Afghanistan. The Nation newspaper carried the story of ...
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Pakistani, Afghan commanders begin border security talks 26.1.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Top Pakistani and Afghan commanders have opened talks on security issues, focusing on border management amid growing anti-terror cooperation, the military said Monday.
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Live: R-day parade begins, Lt Gen. Subroto Mitra leads first formation 26.1.2015 FirstPost: World

As Obama reached Hyderabad House for bilateral talks, it was being reported that the civil nuclear deal has already gotten a thumbs up from both leaders.

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India, U.S. welcome expanded bilateral defence cooperation 26.1.2015 New Kerala: India News
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India and United States break nuclear deadlock 26.1.2015 Asian Age: India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with US President Barack Obama at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Sunday. — Sondeep Shankar After talks between visiting US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India and the United States on Sunday managed to “break the logjam” that had existed since 2008 for operationalising their landmark civil nuclear agreement, with an announcement by foreign secretary Sujata Singh that “the deal is done”. In what President Obama called a “breakthrough”, the two sides have resolved key hurdles on the liability of suppliers of nuclear reactors in the event of an accident and the tracking of fuel supplied by the US and other countries for its proposed nuclear plants. “We have broken the logjam of the past few years. We have reached an agreement. The deal is done,” foreign secretary Sujatha Singh announced after extended discussions between the two leaders lasting over three hours. In another major step on cooperation in the defence sector, the two countries renewed an ...
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Live: Major Vardarajan, Naik Neeraj Singh get posthumous Ashok Chakra awards 26.1.2015 FirstPost: India

As Obama reached Hyderabad House for bilateral talks, it was being reported that the civil nuclear deal has already gotten a thumbs up from both leaders.

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India and United States break nuclear deadlock 26.1.2015 Asian Age: India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with US President Barack Obama at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Sunday. — Sondeep Shankar After talks between visiting US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India and the United States on Sunday managed to “break the logjam” that had existed since 2008 for operationalising their landmark civil nuclear agreement, with an announcement by foreign secretary Sujata Singh that “the deal is done”. In what President Obama called a “breakthrough”, the two sides have resolved key hurdles on the liability of suppliers of nuclear reactors in the event of an accident and the tracking of fuel supplied by the US and other countries for its proposed nuclear plants. “We have broken the logjam of the past few years. We have reached an agreement. The deal is done,” foreign secretary Sujatha Singh announced after extended discussions between the two leaders lasting over three hours. In another major step on cooperation in the defence sector, the two countries renewed an ...
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India, US Renew 10-year Defence Framework Pact 26.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
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