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Super Powers Abet India-Pakistan Distrust For Economic Gains

Apart from the US, China and Russia, there are many more countries that are enjoying economic benefits from mutual-distrust between India and Pakistan

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US Aid To Pakistan Shrinks Amid Mounting Frustration Over Militants

The United States has cut both military and economic aid to Pakistan sharply in recent years, reflecting mounting frustration among a growing number of officials with the nuclear-armed country's support for the Taliban in neighboring Afghanistan

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Strong Indo-US Ties To Strengthen Both Economies, Create Job Options: White House

Strong economic relations between the United States and India can create employment opportunities in both the countries and strengthen their economies, a vision shared by both President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the White House has said

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China Rejects US Advise To Follow India's Example Over South China Sea Row

China claims almost all of the South China Sea but its claims are fiercely contested by the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan

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Donald Trump: US Infra 'Third World'

Between 1992 and 2013, the US spent an annual average of 2.5 per cent of GDP on infrastructure while China spent an average of 8.6 per cent of GDP every year

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'A Path Forward By Year-end': US On India's Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership

The US has said that there is 'a path forward' for India to become a full member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group by the end of the year, hours after the group's plenary meeting ended in Seoul with no decision on India's membership in face of strong China-led opposition

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China Tones Down Its Opposition To India's NSG Bid, Says 'Door Open For Discussions'

China, which has been opposing India's NSG membership bid, on Tuesday for the first time said the "door is open" for discussions on the issue but took a swipe at the US for backing India, saying it was one of those who made the rule against the entry of non-NPT countries into NSG

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US Christens PM's Vision Of Indo-US Ties As 'Modi Doctrine'

Describing the just concluded US visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as "historic", the Obama administration has christened his vision of Indo-US ties that has overcome the "hesitations of history" and working for the betterment of the global good as "Modi Doctrine"

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US Recognises India As 'Major Defence Partner'

In a significant development, the US has recognised India as a 'major defence partner' which means that for defence related trade and technology transfer the country would now be treated at par with America's closest allies

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India's Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership Not About Arms Race: US To Pakistan

In an apparent snub to Pakistan over its opposition to India's bid to become a member of the elite NSG, the US has said it is not about an arms race, but about peaceful use of nuclear energy

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Fed Signals Interest Rate Hike Firmly On The Table For June

US Federal Reserve officials said it would be appropriate to raise interest rates in June if economic data points to stronger second-quarter growth as well as firming inflation and employment, according to minutes from their policy meeting last month

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Senior US Lawmakers Want PM Modi To Address US Congress

The leaders of the US House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee called on Tuesday for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address a joint meeting of Congress during a visit to Washington in June

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Can India Produce A Donald Trump?

In reality, state elections can throw up divisive demagogues as powerful regional leaders. But a national level Trump? Very unlikely

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TCS And Union Carbide: A Tale Of Double Standards

While the US continues to speak out against the Indian law on nuclear liability, it continues to slap firms with multibillion dollar fines

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Global Economy To Grow At 3.2% In 2016: IMF

The global economy will grow at 3.2 per cent in 2016 and 3.5 per cent in 2017, the IMF forecast Tuesday in a downward revision of its previous estimates and sought an immediate and proactive response to the diminished outlook

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