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Indian political elites are supporting US Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made no official statement on the US actions in Syria and Afghanistan. But, Subramanian Swamy, an active member of Modi’s Hindu-Supremacist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and a strong Member of Parliament has declared his support  to the US on the same.
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US President Barack Obama says to use clean energy at the APEC CEO Summit 2015US President Barack Obama on Wednesday called on world leaders and the private sectors to address the issue of climate change and encourage more investors to get into clean energy.
US and France "ready" to escalate military offensive against IS
Trump says China, India taking advantage of US
China warns US over South China SeaChinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Tuesday warned the US not to "make trouble out of nothing" in the South China sea, the media reported. Wang's remark came after a US Navy ship in the early hours of Tuesday sailed close to artificial islands China has built in the disputed waters of the South China Sea.
US dollar falls on weak economic data
US says Iran's missile test may have violated UN resolution"Strong indications" showed that Iran's test of a new precision-guided ballistic missile on Sunday violated a UN Security Council resolution, the White House said on Tuesday.
South Korean president to visit US for summitSouth Korean President Park Geun-hye will make a state visit to the US next week to hold summit talks with President Barack Obama, the presidential office said on Sunday.
US, Russia hold talks on safe flight operations over SyriaDefence officials from the US and Russia held a video conference on Saturday to discuss safe flight operations over Syria, the Pentagon confirmed.
Modi wraps up US visit; meets Obama, pushes for UNSC reformPrime Minister Narendra Modi wrapped up his five-day US visit, ending with a summit meeting with US President Barack Obama that focused on climate change and gave another push to India's demand for reform of the UN Security Council at a separate UN summit on Peacekeeping.
'Make in India' dominates Modi's first full day in USWhen Thursday dawns here, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to launch a full day of economic diplomacy, cajoling titans of industry, finance and media to invest in his hallmark "Make in India" programme.
Chinese President Xi Jinping for better ties with USChinese President Xi Jinping has put forward a four-point proposal on the development of a new model of a relationship between China and the US.
PM Narendra Modi departs for Ireland, USPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday left on a visit to Ireland and the US.
US, India strategic dialogue to set stage for Modi visitIndia and the US begin their first strategic and commercial dialogue here from Monday to set the stage for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's third summit meeting with President Barack Obama within a year a week later.
US, Cuba discuss steps to advance tiesUS President Barack Obama discussed with his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro steps that the two countries could take to advance bilateral cooperation, the White House said.
Obama predicts fruitful summit with Xi JinpingUS President Barack Obama has said that his summit meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping later this month will be "useful" and generate "a lot of outcomes".
China, US, Iran reach consensus over nuclear reactor in TehranChina, the US and Iran on have reached broad consensus over the modification of Tehran's Arak nuclear reactor, one of the West's main concerns, according to a press release by a Chinese nuclear delegation.
Obama to rename tallest US peakUS President Barack Obama is set to restore the name of the tallest North American mountain peak -- Mount McKinley in Alaska -- to the native Alaskan name of “Denali”, the media reported on Monday.
South Korea, US to hold summit in October" South Korean President Park Geun-hye and US President Barack Obama will hold a summit in Washington on October 16 after delaying the meeting in June amid the rapid spread of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in South Korea."
Support for Iran n-deal to grow after implementation: Obama