Two influential US Senators wrote to President Joe Biden on Tuesday urging him to waive impending sanctions on India for buying S-400 air defence systems from Russia, saying such a waiver would advance US national security interest.
Aromatherapy spray manufactured in India found to contain bacteria that sickened 4 people in the US: CDC
An aromatherapy spray, manufactured in India and being sold in the US, has been found to contain a bacteria that sickened four people earlier this year, of which two persons died, America’s public health agency has said.
First ever US intel report on climate puts India, Pakistan among 11 countries of high risk and concern
Amid disastrous weather events across India, including in Uttarakhand and Kerala recently, an unprecedented US intelligence assessment has identified India and Pakistan among 11 countries that are “highly vulnerable” in their ability to prepare for and respond to environmental and societal crises caused by climate change.
The head of the US International Development Finance Corporation would be visiting India later this month as part of the Quad’s efforts to boost vaccine manufacturing. The United States International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) is a state-run development finance institution, which invests in development projects primarily in lower- and middle-income countries.
US Naval Operations chief lauds India’s record of long, distinguished contribution to global security
India’s concern over sectarian, minority religion attacks reflected in UNSC statement condemning Afghan mosque strike
The United Nations Security Council strongly condemned the “atrocious” ISIS terror attack on a mosque in Afghanistan and other recent attacks against religious institutions in the war-torn country, references that India categorically insisted on in a statement issued by the powerful UN body and rejected any attempts to dilute them.
India’s security concerns will be ‘first and foremost’ and in ‘front and centre’ for US: Sherman on India’s apprehensions over Afghanistan
India’s security concerns will be the “first and foremost” and at the”front and centre” for Washington, US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman said Wednesday on New Delhi’s apprehensions about the spill over of terrorist activity from Afghanistan. Sherman, who held talks with Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla and NSA Ajit Doval, also said that …
US court prohibits use of travel bans as an excuse to not process or issue non-immigrant visas
India and the US are the world’s largest democracies and the two countries are committed to taking on the toughest challenges together, President Joe Biden said after his first-ever in-person meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the White House. The meeting of the two leaders in the Oval Office of the White House on …
Quad leaders to announce working group on space, supply chain initiative and 5G deployment diversification effort: White House
Leaders of Quad countries – Australia, India, Japan and the US – would announce a new working group on space, a supply chain initiative and a 5G deployment and diversification effort apart from discussing issues like challenges in the Indo Pacific, climate change and Covid-19 pandemic during their historic meeting here on Friday, the White …
Leaders of United States, Japan, India and Australia, sharing concerns about China’s growing power and behavior, meet in person as a group for the first time on Friday for a summit expected to bring progress on Covid-19 vaccines, infrastructure and technological cooperation.
India’s effort to consolidate its equities in global power politics amid a medley of new international alliances and partnerships saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi meeting his counterparts from Australia and Japan for bilateral meets on Thursday ahead of the first ever in-person Quad summit to be hosted by United States President Joe Biden.
Getting American nuclear-powered submarine technology may be bit of a stretch for an India that is tied to the hip with Russia in this sphere, but acquiring US Predator Drones is not a pie in the sky anymore. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s limited business engagements with US CEOs on Thursday included a 20-minute one-on-one meeting …
“The announcement of AUKUS last week was not meant to be an indication, and I think this is the message the President also sent to (French President Emmanuel) Macron, that there is no one else who will be involved in security in the Indo-Pacific,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.
The United States is in touch with India regarding the over-the-horizon capabilities and plans, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken told Congress. The so-called over-the-horizon capabilities Biden has repeatedly touted make identifying and striking terrorists with aerial surveillance and drones launched from outside the country.