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US not looking for permanent military presence in Africa

susan riceWashington: The US does not intend to have a permanent military presence in Africa to resolve the continent's conflicts, but is committed to help its partners confront transnational threats, a top Obama administration official has said.

Stand on TFA contrary to India's promise on biz: Trade bodies

tfaWashington: With India firm on its Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) stand, top global trade bodies and experts said this policy is quite contrary to the promise made by the new government that it is open for business.

John Kerry leaves for India

john kerryWashington: US Secretary of State John Kerry, heading a high-powered delegation, today left for India to co-chair the fifth annual India-US Strategic Dialogue with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi during his three-day official visit.

'US looks forward to enhance military-to-military ties with India'

barack obamaWashington: The US is looking forward to enhancing military-to-military relationship with the India, a top American military commander has said.

Indian senior community part of growing US niche

Indian senior community part of growing US nicheTavares: When Arun and Usha Pancholi were deciding where to spend their retirement years, they wanted a place that combined the culture and camaraderie of life in India with the comforts and conveniences they had grown accustomed to after nearly five decade

'US surveillance hampering work of journalists and lawyers'

john kerryWashington: The United States' large scale surveillance programme is hampering the work of US-based journalists and lawyers, a report jointly prepared by two human rights groups said.

Pak yet to punish attackers of religious minorities: US report

john kerryWashington: Pakistan is yet to take steps to bring to justice those responsible for attacks against religious minorities in the country, a US State Department report has said.

Commonwealth Games: Prince Harry joins photobomb craze

prince harryWellington: Britain`s Prince Harry has followed his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II into the photobomb craze, giving the thumbs up in an image of acclaimed New Zealand rugby sevens coach Gordon Tietjens at the Commonwealth Games.