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INDIA IN AFGHANISTAN: During his May 12-13, 2011 visit, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh pledged an additional $500 million reconstruction assistance and backed efforts by Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai to seek reconciliation with the Taliban.
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INDIA IN AFGHANISTAN: During his May 12-13, 2011 visit, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh pledged an additional $500 million reconstruction assistance and backed efforts by Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai to seek reconciliation with the Taliban.

Don't leave Afghanistan, India told U.S.

U.S. diplomatic cables originating from Islamabad and New Delhi, accessed by The Hindu through WikiLeaks, clearly suggest that India was concerned about U.S. plans to exit from Afghanistan, and... » 11 comments
BALANCING ACT: New Delhi's invitation to the U.S. to participate in SAARCas an observer was seen as a bid to offset Pakistan's request in include China in the group. Photo: V.V.Krishnan

U.S. surprised, happy at SAARC observer offer

According to a U.S. diplomatic cable, accessed by The Hindu through WikiLeaks, the U.S. was surprised by an Indian suggestion in 2005 that it consider participation in the SAARC » 7 comments
Then Minister for External Affairs Pranab Mukherjee with U.S. special envoy Richard Holbrooke (left) in this 2009 photograph. New Delhi sent out an unequivocal message to Washington that any move to include India in Holbrooke's brief would be

How India kept Kashmir out of U.S. Af-Pak envoy's brief

External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee registered India's strong disapproval of President-elect Barack Obama's plan to appoint a special envoy for the India-Pakistan-Afghanistan region. » 9 comments

Why the critics of India's combat jet deal are wrong

Following a raft of technical tests by the IAF, the Manmohan Singh government has shortlisted the Eurofighter consortium's Typhoon and the French-made Dassault Rafale for a multi-billion dollar fourth... » 63 comments

How the ‘stars aligned' for closer trilateral relations

The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi urged Washington to take advantage of improved Indo-Japanese ties to fulfil its own agenda in Asia »
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