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Sanjeev Miglani

In Asia next week, Pompeo expected to bolster allies against China

24 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI U.S. Secretary of State of Mike Pompeo is flying to India next week to strengthen strategic ties with a nation that is locked in a military standoff with China, in Washington's latest effort to bolster allies against Beijing.

REFILE-In Asia, U.S.'s Pompeo expected to bolster allies against China

23 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI, Oct 23 U.S. Secretary of State of Mike Pompeo is flying to India next week to strengthen strategic ties with a nation that is locked in a military standoff with China, in Washington's latest effort to bolster allies against Beijing.

India, U.S. set for military pact on satellite data during Pompeo visit

22 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI India is closing in on an agreement with the United States that will give it access to satellite data for better accuracy of missiles and drones, government and industry officials said, as it tries to narrow the gap with the powerful Chinese military.

RPT-UPDATE 2-Australia will join naval drills involving India, US, Japan

20 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI/SYDNEY, Oct 19 Australia will join three-way naval exercises involving the United States, Japan and India, the countries announced on Monday, in a move that could raise concerns in China, which has criticised similar joint drills as destabilising.

Australia will join naval drills involving India, U.S., Japan

19 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI/SYDNEY Australia will join three-way naval exercises involving the United States, Japan and India, the countries announced on Monday, in a move that could raise concerns in China, which has criticised similar joint drills as destabilising.

Tibetan political leader sees growing U.S. support after meeting new envoy

19 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI The head of the Tibetan government in exile said he met the new U.S. special coordinator on Tibet, whose appointment last week angered China, at the State Department, the first political head of the Tibetans in exile to be hosted there in 60 years.

Indian Americans solidly behind Biden in U.S. presidential election, survey shows

14 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI Nearly three-quarters of Indian Americans plan to vote for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in the U.S. election next month, believing the country is headed in the wrong direction under President Donald Trump, according to a survey on Wednesday.

India, China military officials hold 'positive' talks on troop pullback

13 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI Indian and Chinese military commanders held "positive, constructive" discussions on disengaging troops locked in a months-long standoff at their disputed Himalayan border, the two sides said in a joint statement on Tuesday.

U.S. says 'Quad' nations ready to work with others for free, open Indo-Pacific

12 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI An informal grouping bringing together India, Australia and Japan with the United States could be opened to other countries that support a "free and open Indo-Pacific region", U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Beigun said on Monday.

Delhi stops displaying notices at homes of COVID-19 patients because of stigma

12 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI Delhi authorities have stopped putting notices outside the homes of people infected with coronavirus because this has amplified the social stigma associated with the disease and in turn caused others to hide their illness, officials said on Monday.

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