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Ties with China not at India's cost: US | Pak welcomes US-China resolve 19.11.2009 CNN-IBN: World
UNSTRAINING RELATIONS: US says its relation wth China will not affect India.India rejects third party role with Pak | US-China speech hyped: Cong
N-deal with India within weeks: Canada PM 19.11.2009 Rediff: News
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has expressed confidence about concluding a civil nuclear deal with India within weeks, asserting that prejudices of the past would not be allowed to come in the way. "We were anxious to conclude the agreement. But there is still some amount of work to be done," Harper, who held talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday, told television channel NDTV.
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Harper confident of Indo-Canadian nuke deal 19.11.2009 Deccan Herald: National
Harper confident of Indo-Canadian nuke deal
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Nuclear duel 19.11.2009 Frontline
Yet again, the West tries to put pressure on the Iranian government to give up its nuclear programme.
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Stephen Harper confident of Indo-Canadian civil nuclear deal within weeks 19.11.2009 TOI: India
The Canadian PM has expressed confidence about concluding a civil nuclear deal with India within weeks, asserting that prejudices of the past would not be allowed to come in the way.
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Canadian PM keen to conclude N-deal with India 19.11.2009 Business Standard: News Now
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has expressed confidence about concluding a civil nuclear deal with India within weeks, asserting that prejudices of the past would not be allowed to come in the way.
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India, U.S. to resolve issues on nuclear deal 19.11.2009 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: The U.S. and India will attempt to close the nuclear agreement by trying to resolve the remaining issues, including reprocessing, during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s four-day visit to Washington beginning on Saturday, U.S. ...
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PM US visit to highlight strong, growing Indo-US partership 19.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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N-deal turned source of friction into opportunity: US! 19.11.2009 Zee News : India National
The signing of the civil nuclear deal turned a source of friction between the US and India into an opportunity, a top American official said today.
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China ties not at India's cost: US 19.11.2009 Oneindia.in: News
Washington, Nov 19: The US has made it clear that building relations with China or any other country would be at the cost of India.US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs William Burns said, "Of course, we are interested in
Canadian journos twisted logic: Indian nuke unsafe 19.11.2009 CNN-IBN: World
JOINING HANDS: Canada's PM Stephen Harper (L) shakes hands with Indian PM Manmohan Singh at a joint news conference.Canadian PM says nuclear deal with India can be risky for them.
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US-China ties will not be at the cost of India: US 19.11.2009 CNN-IBN: World
UNSTRAINING RELATIONS: US says its relation wth China will not affect India.Barrack Obama did not mention India's role for affairs in Asia.
Improving ties with Beijing will not be at cost of India: US 19.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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US wants Pak to act and show results on 26/11 prosecution 19.11.2009 Doordarshan
Ahead of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Washington, the US on Wednesday pressed Pakistan to act against perpetrators of Mumbai attacks, including Jamaat-ud Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, saying it wants to see results.
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Manmohan, Obama to iron out pending issues on nuke deal 19.11.2009 HBL: Government
New Delhi, Nov. 18 The Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, and the US President, Mr Barack Obama, will attempt to resolve the remaining issues on the Indo-US nuclear deal during the forthcoming visit of the Prime Minister to Washington, the US
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Terror, climate change top Singhs US agenda 19.11.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
Besides resolving issues such as reprocessing pact and licensing to complete the Indo-US civil nuclear deal, counter-terrorism, proliferation issues, global economy and climate change will be high on agenda of the talks between the two countries when Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visits Washington this week.
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US wants Pak to act and show results on 26/11 prosecution 18.11.2009 Hindustan Times: India
Describing Lashkar-e-Taiba as a global threat, US Ambassador to India Timothy J Roemer said Pakistan should recognise the dangers and dismantle the terror infrastructure existing on its soil.
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Ties with China not at India's cost: US | Pak welcomes US-China resolve 18.11.2009 CNN-IBN Top Stories
UNSTRAINING RELATIONS: US says its relation wth China will not affect India.India rejects third party role with Pak | US-China speech hyped: Cong
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Three issues yet to be resolved in Indo-US Nuke deal 18.11.2009 Hindustan Times: News
Implementation of the Indo-US civil nuclear deal, concluded last year, is delayed as the two countries are yet to resolve at least three issues and the matter will be discussed during the upcoming meeting between PM Manmohan Singh and President Barack Obama.
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‘Pak should act against 26/11 suspects’ 18.11.2009 Hindustan Times: News
Ahead of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to Washington, the US said that the Lashkar-e-Tayyeba had evolved from a “regional threat to global terror group”. HT Correspondent reports.
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