Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first trip to the US comes at a time when people of both countries continue to see each other in a largely positive light, according to a US think tank.
The political middle ground is shrinking and the partisan gulf in Washington and the rest of America is getting wider, according to extensive findings unveiled today by Pew Research Centre.
Stung by rising levels of dissatisfaction over country`s economic and political situation, a majority of Indians are looking for a change in political leadership, according to a US-based think tank.
A new survey shows that more than half of Americans are fine with one of the secret govt surveillance programmes.
PM Manmohan Singh has also received extremely positive ratings (87% favourable).
Nearly 80 percent of Americans say they can`t trust Washington and they have little faith that the massive federal bureaucracy can solve the nation`s ills, according to a survey.
Day in Pics: 25th December
Showbiz World - December 25, 2014
Sunny Leone with Mastizaade