India, US agree to join hands against terrorism

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama agreed to make "joint and concerted efforts" to dismantle safe havens for terror and criminal networks like LeT, JeM, D-company, al Qaeda and Haqqani network.

Obama, Modi pledge to intensify maritime security

US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have pledged to intensify cooperation in maritime security to ensure freedom of navigation in comments that came against the backdrop of China`s expanding maritime ambitions.

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India-US Army's joint military drill in Uttarakhand ends

An India-US combined military training exercise - Yudh Abhyas 2014 - in Uttarakhand concluded on September 30, officials said on Wednesday, adding the exercise strengthened cooperation between the two armies.

Modi, Obama commit to hit safe havens of D-Company, LeT, al Qaeda

Furthering cooperation on terrorism between the two countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama on Tuesday agreed to make joint efforts to dismantle safe havens for terror and criminal networks like Dawood Ibrahim's D-Company, Lashkar-e-Toiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed, al Qaeda and Haqqani network.

PM Narendra Modi leaves for India, says `thank you America`
PM Narendra Modi leaves for India, says `thank you America`

Prime Minister Narendra Modi departed from the United States of America on Tuesday night after concluding a five-day visit.

Inter-agency group to address Indo-US nuke trade issues

Resolving to take forward the landmark civil nuclear deal, India and the US on Tuesday decided to set up an inter-agency contact group to address liability and technical issues hindering installation of American-origin nuclear reactors in India.

India, US agree to renew defence pact

India and US on Tuesday agreed to extend their defence agreement for another 10 years which is expected to give a big boost to cooperation in this key area between the two countries.

India not to join coalition against ISIS

India will not be joining the coalition of the United States and NATO countries against the Islamic State (ISIS).

Jayalalithaa's conviction an internal Indian issue: Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan government on Tuesday declined to comment on the conviction of Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa in disproportionate assets case, calling it an internal matter of India.

India has the third largest ecological footprint: Report

After China and USA, India has the third largest ecological footprint in the world, according to a report released Tuesday.

India's schedule on Day 12 of Asian Games 2014
India's schedule on Day 12 of Asian Games 2014

A look at India’s schedule on 12th day of the competitions at the Asian Games in Incheon on Wednesday.

ATHLETICS:

Men’s 50km race walk: Sandeep Kumar and Basanta Bahadur Rana (3:30 am)

Women’s triple jump final: M A Prajusha and Mayookha Johny (3:35pm)

India, US agree in principle to renew defence pact

India and US have in principle agreed to extend their defence agreement for another 10 years which will take forward the cooperation between the two countries in the crucial area.

12 percent rain deficit for India as Southwest monsoon winds up officially

As India marks the official end of Southwest Monsoon Tuesday, it is left with a -12 per cent rain shortfall after a third of its territory witnessed deficient precipitation during the wet season.

India & US proclaim "Chalein Saath Saath: Forward Together We Go"

India and the US today issued a vision statement "Chalein Saath Saath: Forward Together We Go" promising that their partnership would work to combat terrorism.

Indian men paddlers in Asiad pre-quarters
Indian men paddlers in Asiad pre-quarters

Indian men paddlers advanced to the doubles pre-quarterfinals after winning their respective matches of the 17th Asian Games at the Suwon Gymnasium here Tuesday.

Ladakh standoff ends with withdrawal of Chinese, Indian troops
Ladakh standoff ends with withdrawal of Chinese, Indian troops

China on Tuesday said the standoff with India at the Ladakh region has been resolved as both sides completed simultaneous withdrawal of troops, and underlined that the two nations have the "determination and capability" to maintain peace and stability at the border areas.

China plays down replacement of its envoy to India

China on Tuesday sought to play down the hush-hush replacement of its previous ambassador to India just ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit, saying such things happen in diplomacy.

Indo-US joint military exercise ends

A combined training exercise between the US and Indian armies formally came to an end on Tuesday at Chaubattia in Almora district.