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Last Updated: 2009-08-18T10:01:29+05:30
S M Krishna, Shashi Tharoor & Zambia Ambassador A website which will enable to bring India and Africa together has been launched by Indian External Minister S M Krishna on Monday in New Delhi.

Last Updated: 2009-08-01T11:01:41+05:30
Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton, US Secretary of State is scheduled to visit South Africa next week as part of her seven-nation tour of Africa.

Last Updated: 2009-07-29T11:44:50+05:30
Wang Qishan A memorandum on climate change and clean energy has been signed by US and China on Tuesday that sets out a path for improving cooperation between the world's two leading polluters.

Last Updated: 2009-07-28T16:41:09+05:30
S M Krishna India and Afghanistan have underlined terrorism as "the most important security threat facing the region" and have resolved to intensify cooperation in combating it. They will also set up a partnership council to enhance developmental ties.

Last Updated: 2009-07-28T12:59:10+05:30
George Mitchell US Special Middle East ambassador George Mitchell Monday called on Israel, the Palestinians and Arab states to take steps to promote a comprehensive peace in the Middle East, calling it one of President Barack Obama's "top priorities".

Last Updated: 2009-07-28T11:58:40+05:30
Barack Obama - Hillary Clinton Top US and Chinese officials have launched a "Strategic and Economic Dialogue" on Monday for addressing the key issues ranging from their response to the global financial crisis, climate change and nuclear proliferation to threat from extremists.

Last Updated: 2009-07-28T11:23:30+05:30
Barack Obama According to the US President, Barack Obama, the relations between the United States and China will be critical for the success of a whole host of global issues.

Last Updated: 2009-07-27T12:10:32+05:30
Hillary Clinton According to the US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, Iran will never be able to achieve its goal of obtaining a nuclear weapon. She said: "Your pursuit is futile."

Last Updated: 2009-07-25T12:19:50+05:30
Hillary Clinton The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, told that US has transferred 200 million in aid to the Palestinian Authority to help it fill a serious budget shortfall.

Last Updated: 2009-07-25T11:54:54+05:30
Admiral Michael Mullen Admiral Mullen, the top most US military official said that Pakistan's spy agency, ISI, has been "fomenting chaos" in Kashmir and advised Islamabad to restrain it.

Last Updated: 2009-07-24T13:09:42+05:30
US Vice-President Joe Biden According to US Vice President, Joe Biden, the US considers Georgia as a vital strategic partner and will continue to safeguard its security. He also added that the US will work for developing the Georgian economic and diplomatic reform.

Last Updated: 2009-07-24T12:03:01+05:30
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Last Updated: 2009-07-23T12:43:49+05:30
Barack Obama The US President, Barack Obama, has called for greater reconciliation between Iraq's ethnic groups during a meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, at the White House on Wednesday.

Last Updated: 2009-07-23T10:50:00+05:30
Chris Evans According to Australia's Immigration and Citizenship Minister, Chris Evans, the Australian government knows that India is really worried about the attacks on Indian students in Australia.

Last Updated: 2009-07-23T10:35:34+05:30
P. Chidambaram Without naming Pakistan, Home Minister, P. Chidambaram said on Wednesday that while India sympathised with its people for suffering from terrorism, it was also the responsibility of its rulers to deal with the scourge.

Last Updated: 2009-07-22T15:24:50+05:30
Bangaldeshi PM Sheikh Hasina Sheikh Hasina, the Bangladesh Prime Minister, has said that her government wants to revive the rail links with India for ensuring better connectivity and to promote trade, investment and people-to-people contact. The rail link was closed in 1965.

Last Updated: 2009-07-22T13:21:58+05:30
S. M. Krishna S. M. Krishna, the Indian External Affairs Minister, held talks with his counterparts from 16 countries of the East Asia Summit (EAS) on Wednesday, setting the stage for India's seventh summit with the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) in October.

Last Updated: 2009-07-22T10:33:03+05:30
Barack Obama Soon after India and the US reached an agreement over End Use Monitoring of sensitive technology, President Barack Obama sent his first report on the India-US civil nuclear deal inked last October to US Congress on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 2009-07-21T12:07:08+05:30
Hillary Clinton India and the United States Monday reaffirmed their commitment to the bilateral civil nuclear deal, with India providing two sites for nuclear parks to be set up by American companies. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has also been invited to visit the US in November.

Last Updated: 2009-07-21T11:50:50+05:30
S. M. Krishna India and the US Monday signed three agreements on science and technology, space cooperation and end-user monitoring accord that will pave way for more defence deals between the two countries.

Last Updated: 2009-07-20T11:12:22+05:30
Hillary Clinton US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, on Sunday said that India is a key player in helping the US achieve global food security and end hunger.

Last Updated: 2009-07-18T10:59:17+05:30
Dr. Manmohan Singh According to Indian PM, Dr. Manmohan Singh, France has assured India that it is ready for full civil nuclear cooperation with India, including transfer of sensitive technologies.

Last Updated: 2009-07-07T10:18:09+05:30
S M Krishna Just before the G8 summit to be held in Italy, Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Monday launched the website of the outreach partners, an important step which underlines the increasing congruence among the G5 countries which share common positions on key global issues.

Last Updated: 2009-07-02T17:33:56+05:30
Kevin Rudd Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd announced International Student Strategy to improve safety of international students. Council of Australian Governments (COAG) will adopt many measures to improve the well-being of international students.

Last Updated: 2009-06-23T10:35:55+05:30
Tipaimukh Dam Bangladesh's main opposition leader Khaleda Zia has written a letter to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh demanding that India should stop building the Tipaimukh dam in its north-eastern region.
The Tipaimukh dam on the Barak river is in India's Manipur state.

Last Updated: 2009-06-22T20:43:01+05:30
Anand Sharma Sharma, who is in Britain for talks with his opposite number Peter Mandelson, told a gathering of prominent British and Indian businessmen the logjam in the so-called Doha Development Round of trade talks "must be broken".

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