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PM leaves tomorrow for the US to meet Obama, address UNGA

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will leave on Wednesday on a visit to the US during which he will hold talks with President Barack Obama and attend UN General Assembly, besides having a poss

Clinton's India visit: Afghanistan, Iran, n-deal on agenda


Afghanistan, Iran and progress in the nuclear deal are among the key issues that US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is expected to discuss with her Indian counterpart S.M. Krishna here on May 8.


PM says won't ‘force’ N-deal issue on Japan

With Japan playing hard ball in the negotiations on the civil nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday said he would not "force" it on Tokyo as he recognises its sensitivity on the subjec

Question mark over civil nuclear deal between India and Japan

Tokyo: India will not force the civil nuclear agreement on Japan as it recognises the sensitivities involved, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said here on Monday, putting a question mark on the pact tha

Pak did not oppose Indo-US nuclear deal: Gilani

Pakistan did not oppose the previous Bush administration's move to ink a civil nuclear agreement with India because it expected it would receive a similar deal from the US, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza

China has assured Pakistan n-deal peaceful: India

New Delhi, July 29: China has assured India that its plans to build two additional nuclear reactors for Pakistan was for peaceful purposes, even as New Delhi stressed that it has conveyed its concerns

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