Renewed optimism about India in US, around the world: Banga

 Asserting that there is a renewed optimism about India in the US and around the world, a top American corporate executive has said the new Indian government needs to revive business relations and focus on manufacturing, tourism and infrastructure to spur growth.

Modi, Obama have infused 'new energy' into ties: NYT

Suggesting that US President Barack and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had infused "new energy" into their stalled bilateral relationship, the New York Times wonders whether they can turn aspirations of "strategic partnership" into reality.

Modi's visit re-energises India-US ties: White House

Describing the just concluded US visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as extraordinarily successful, the White House has said that his meeting with President Barack Obama has re-energised the strategic relationship between the two largest democracies of the world.

Obama, Modi meet reflects depth of strong Indo-US ties: WH

Meeting between US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi reflects the "depth of strong relationship" between the two democracies of the world and their leaders, the White House has said.

India may seek US' help for extradition of Dawood Ibrahim

Firming up cooperation against terrorism, India and the US on Tuesday vowed to make "joint and concerted 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 Modi shared his vision for India with Obama: MEA spokesperson

Briefing reporters after the 90-minute meet, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin described the first talks between the two leaders at dinner as "convivial and comforting".

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Iran`s Rouhani blasts critics as `political cowards`

The US is embracing India because it is disgusted with Pakistan and Indo-US ties are not about "values and friendship", a Pakistani newspaper said Monday.

US can play key role to help India address challenges: Biswal

Ahead of visits by top American diplomats to bolster economic and strategic ties with the new Indian government, the US has said it can play a key role to help India address challenges in priority areas such as defence, infrastructure and foreign investment.

US looking at `reinvigorating` India-US relationship: Rhodes

The US is excited about the prospect of "reinvigorating" the Indo-US ties under the new Indian Government.

Narendra Modi govt presents opportunity to reset Indo-US ties: IACC

The new government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi presents an opportunity to reset Indo-US trade relations and work towards finding a solution to the contentious intellectual property rights issue, a top official of Indo-American Chamber of Commerce said on Thursday.

US sees strengthening of relationship with India under Modi

The Obama administration hopes that Indo-US strategic relationship would not only strengthen but would also reach a new high under Narendra Modi-led government, which has earned a strong and decisive mandate from the people of the country the first in 30 years.

India polls will set new stage for Indo-US ties: Powell

The US on Friday said the ongoing elections in India will set the stage for the next phase in Indo-US ties and rejected the views that the bilateral relationship "has fallen into the doldrums".

Top US diplomat to visit India next week

A top Obama administration official will travel to India next week to broaden and deepen Indo-US ties following a brief standoff over the Devyani Khobragade affair.

I wonder if I`ll ever reunite with my family, says Devyani Khobragade

An Indian diplomat at the centre of a bitter row with the United States told Sunday of her "immense stress" at leaving behind her young family in New York, and vowed to clear her name.

Diplomat row: India insists US drop charges against Devyani Khobragade

India on Saturday insisted that the US should drop the charges of visa fraud against its diplomat Devyani Khobragade, who has returned here after being expelled by the American authorities.

Devyani arrest: A row that roiled Indo-US relations

Devyani Khobragade, the Indian diplomat accused of giving false information to obtain a visa for her housekeeper and underpaying her, has finally returned home from the US and in a retaliatory move India expelled a same ranked US diplomat giving him 48 hours to leave the country.

Obama believes in further cementing Indo-US ties: White House

Describing America`s relationship with India as an "extremely important" one, the White House today said that President Barack Obama believes strongly that ties need to continue and must be further cemented.

Reciprocity key to progress in Indo-US ties: Omar

Omar rued the fact that "we go out of our way" to treat the US diplomats while Washington does not extend the same courtesy to the Indian diplomats.

Nisha Desai`s success reflective of deep Indo-US ties: Kerry

With Nisha Desai Biswal becoming US` first ever Indian-American point person for South Asia, Secretary of State John Kerry has said her success and that of others from the community is reflective of the deep ties his country has with India.