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Faced With Protests, Doanld Trump Insists Travel Curbs Not Muslim Ban

An unfazed Donald Trump has insisted his controversial decision to impose travel curbs on people from seven predominantly Islamic countries was "not a Muslim ban" as his White House doubled down to defend the step as a move to avoid a situation that exists in parts of Europe

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Chinese President Xi Jinping Pushes Back Against Donald Trump On Free Trade

Chinese President Xi Jinping offered a vigorous defence of globalisation and free trade in a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday, which underscored Beijing's desire to play a greater global role as the United States turns inward

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At Davos, Retreat Of Globalisation Stokes Fears For Poor Nations

If a mix of accelerating automation and trade protectionism is the defining economic climate of the moment, globalisation may well be in decline, and developing nations that failed to capitalise on the past two decades of economic integration may have missed the boat altogether

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US Hopes To Overcome Chinese Hurdle On India's NSG Bid

A day after China came out strongly against the Obama administration on India's NSG bid, outgoing US envoy Richard Verma on Tuesday exuded confidence that the Donald Trump government would be able to overcome the Chinese hurdle.

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President Barack Obama Signs $618 Billion Defence Bill; Boosts Security Cooperation With India

US President Barack Obama has signed into law the $618 billion defence budget for 2017, which enhances security cooperation with India and conditions nearly half of the funding to Pakistan on a certification that it is taking demonstrable steps against the Haqqani Network

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Former Cuban Leader Fidel Castro Dies Aged 90

Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary leader who built a communist state on the doorstep of the United States and for five decades defied US efforts to topple him, died on Friday, his younger brother announced to the nation. He was 90

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Cooperation Only Right Choice To Strengthen Ties: Xi Jinping To Donald Trump

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday had a telephone conversation with US President-elect Donald Trump during which he said cooperation was the "only right choice" to bolster ties between the two major powers

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Donald Trump Pledges Strong US Ties With India If Elected President

Terming India as a 'key strategic ally', Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has promised that if voted to power India and the US would become 'best friends' and have a 'phenomenal future' together

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India Has 'Right To Self-defence,' Says US, Calls Uri 'Cross-border Terror'

Supporting India's "right to self-defence" in the aftermath of the Uri attack which it dubbed a "clear case of cross-border terrorism", the US has dismissed the recent attempt by Pakistan to link peace in war-torn Afghanistan with resolution of the Kashmir issue

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India Tries To Hasten US Defence Deals Amid Election Uncertainty

India is trying to hasten a deal with the United States to buy Predator drone aircraft for military surveillance, one of several defence and nuclear projects the two sides are pursuing in the final months of the Obama administration

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India, 21 Others Designated As Major Illicit Drug Producers

India along with 21 others have been designated as major illicit drug producing countries by US President Barack Obama

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India, US Speak In One Voice On South China Sea, NSG, Terror

Nearly two months after an international court ruled against China's territorial claims in the South China Sea, India and the US on Wednesday called for 'utmost respect' for global law, maintaining that there must be "unimpeded lawful commerce" throughout the disputed region

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India, US Discuss Business Ties, Tensions With Pakistan

US Secretary of State John Kerry and Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker began two days of talks on Tuesday with the Indian government to boost business ties, and to encourage dialogue with Pakistan over Kashmir crisis

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India, US Sign Military Logistics Pact

India and the United States signed an agreement on Monday governing the use of each other's land, air and naval bases for repair and resupply, a step toward building defence ties as they seek to counter the growing maritime assertiveness of China.

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Arun Jaitley Wants Indo-US Trade On Firmer Footing, Hardsells NIIF

Seeking US investment in the Rs 40,000-crore NIIF, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said there is need to further increase bilateral trade between the two countries

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