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Obama, Modi: No tight hug 1.10.2014 Deccan Herald - Opinion
In a get-to-know-you visit fraught with awkward undertones, President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought to repair a strained relationship between their nations on Tuesday, emerging with expressions of goodwill but little in the way of concrete deals. At an Oval Office meeting and during a stroll around the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, Obama and Modi emphasised what they had in common as democratic leaders who overcame personal obstacles, campaigned as outsiders and embraced technology as a vital tool in politics and governing. But their talks yielded no resolutions to thorny disputes over taxes, trade and civilian nuclear energy cooperation that have divided the United States and India in recent years. And there was little sign that human rights - a particularly sensitive topic for Modi, who has been accused of being complicit in deadly anti-Muslim riots - was a major item on the agenda. "Human rights and the importance of inclusive governance were part of the discussions between ...
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Conflict of interest concerns over EDFs Hinkley nuclear project approval 1.10.2014 Guardian: Environment

Experts involved in safety review were receiving companys pensions, documents reveal

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Time for India and US to go beyond the bonhomie 1.10.2014 Hindustan Times: Views
The three documents released during Modis US visit the vision statement the editorial drafted by both leaders and the joint statement nbspshow that the relationship has plenty of substance chugging away on autopilot that puts bilateral ties in a position to reach the desired heights once mutual concerns are ...
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`Thank You America` says PM Modi, calls US visit `satisfactory` 1.10.2014 Zee News : India National
 With a 'Thank You America', Prime Minister Narendra Modi wound up his five-day US visit describing it as "very successful and satisfactory" with observers here saying that he had succeeded in establishing a personal rapport with President Barack Obama and largely repairing bilateral ties.
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PM satisfied with 'very successful' US visit, but 'thorny issues' remain 1.10.2014 TOI: Home
Narendra Modi wound up his 5-day US visit describing it as "very successful" with observers saying he succeeded in establishing personal rapport with Barack Obama.
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Why the energy has gone out of Tory green policy 1.10.2014 Guardian: Environment

Conserative party conference suggests David Cameron and his ministers dont have a single new thought on the environment

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Modi's US visit disappointing on outcomes: Congress 1.10.2014 deccanherald.com
Congress today launched an all-out attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying his US visit was "disappointing" on outcomes and claimed that an atmosphere of a grand event was created with the help of "cheerleaders" many of whom brought from India. Accusing the Prime Minister of "hurting" the dignity of the post by "belittling" previous Indian governments on a foreign soil, party spokesperson Anand Sharma said it is a matter of concern for any political party or the nation if someone believes everything good for the nation has happened only during his time. "We wonder whether he had gone there on an election campaign or he was suddenly reminded of his Parliamentary constituency Varanasi," he said, adding that Modi spoke during the visit as if he was still in "campaign mode". Sharma also attacked him for "withdrawing", ahead of his US visit, an order which empowered the drug pricing authority of powers to cap prices of non-essential drugs and then during his visit deciding to set up, in collaboration ...
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PM Narendra Modi satisfied with US visit 1.10.2014 DNA: Opinion
With a 'Thank You America', Prime Minister Narendra Modi wound up his five-day US visit describing it as "very successful and satisfactory" with observers here saying that he had succeeded in establishing a personal rapport with President Barack Obama and largely repairing bilateral ties. A joint statement issued by the two leaders after two rounds of talks covered a wide range of issues including "broad strategic and global partnership" between the two countries, their shared values and their desire to strengthen and deepen cooperation. The 64-year-old Indian leader made a strong impression with his energy and declared commitment to transform India in which he sought US cooperation and investments, including in railways and defence manufacturing. Urging top US corporates to establish and expand their base in India before "it is too late", Modi told the US-India Business Council (USIBC) before emplaning for Delhi last night that he would implement in the next 6 months all the things necessary for ease of ...
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Modi`s US visit disappointing on outcomes: Congress 1.10.2014 Zee News : India National
 Congress today launched an all-out attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying his US visit was "disappointing" on outcomes and claimed that an atmosphere of a grand event was created with the help of "cheerleaders" many of whom brought from India.
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Modi's US Visit Disappointing on Outcomes: Congress 1.10.2014 newindianexpress.com
Congress said that Modi's US visit was disappointing on outcomes and claimed that an atmosphere of a grand event was created with the help of cheerleaders.
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India, US commit to implement civil nuclear agreement 1.10.2014 New Kerala: India News
Washington DC, Oct. 1 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United States President Barack Obama, in their bilateral talks held on Tuesday at the White House, agreed to commit to the implementation of the civil nuclear agreement between the two countries.
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India, US welcome reducing risk of terrorists acquiring nuclear weapons 1.10.2014 New Kerala: India News
Washington DC, Oct. 1 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United States President Barack Obama, in their bilateral talks held on Tuesday at the White House, welcomed the reducing risk of terrorists acquiring nuclear weapons or related materials.
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Modi's US visit disappointing on outcomes: Congress 1.10.2014 DNA: Popular News
Congress on Thursday launched an all-out attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying his US visit was "disappointing" on outcomes and claimed that an atmosphere of a grand event was created with the help of "cheerleaders" many of whom brought from India. Accusing the Prime Minister of "hurting" the dignity of the post by "belittling" previous Indian governments on a foreign soil, party spokesperson Anand Sharma said it is a matter of concern for any political party or the nation if someone believes everything good for the nation has happened only during his time. "We wonder whether he had gone there on an election campaign or he was suddenly reminded of his Parliamentary constituency Varanasi," he said, adding that Modi spoke during the visit as if he was still in "campaign mode". Sharma also attacked him for "withdrawing", ahead of his US visit, an order which empowered the drug pricing authority of powers to cap prices of non-essential drugs and then during his visit deciding to set up, in ...
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India, US to push ties to new level 1.10.2014 Asian Age: India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with US President Barack Obama in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. AP Joint effort against terror, criminal havens; trade facilitation pact discussed Furthering Indo-US cooperation on terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama on Tuesday agreed to make “joint and concerted efforts” to dismantle safe havens for terror and criminal networks like LeT, JeM, D-Company, Al Qaeda and the Haqqani network. In their first summit meeting, spread over two hours at the White House, the two leaders also agreed that the two countries will take steps to disrupt financial and tactical support to these terror outfits. Mr Modi and Mr Obama pledged to push the bilateral relationship to “new levels”, resolve issues blocking implementation of the civil nuclear deal and cooperate in counter-terrorism. During their discussions, which covered a broad range of issues, including economic cooperation, trade and investment, Mr Modi raised the ...
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Obama, Modi Establish Contact Group to Expedite Indo-US Nuclear Deal implementation 1.10.2014 NDTV
With their landmark 2005 civil nuclear deal still in limbo, India and the US have established an inter-agency Contact Group to sort out outstanding liability and technical issues to fast-track its ...
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An unproductive bromance: Modi, Obama failed to focus on important issues 1.10.2014 FirstPost: World

For all the pomp and pageantry, there were few signs that Obama and Narendra Modi had resolved vexing issues.

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For Obama and Modi, a friendly stroll but no embrace 1.10.2014 TOI: The United States
Obama and Modi sought to repair a strained relationship between their nations on Tuesday, emerging with expressions of good will but little in the way of concrete ...
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Photo album:Thank you America, says Modi before leaving for India 1.10.2014 Rediff: News
Winding up his whirlwind five-day US visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi "thanked" America for what he said was a highly "successful and satisfactory trip" to the country.
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Contact group established to expedite Indo-US nuke deal implementation 1.10.2014 Rediff: News
With their landmark 2005 civil nuclear deal still in limbo, India and the United States have established an inter-agency contact group to sort out outstanding liability and technical issues to fast-track its full implementation.
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Contact group to expedite implementation of India-U.S. civil nuclear energy cooperation 1.10.2014 HBL: Home
With their landmark 2005 civil nuclear deal still in limbo, India and the US have established an inter-agency Contact Group to sort out outstanding liability and technical issues to fast-track its...
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