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Strongly emphasizing the need for strengthening the international financial regulatory system and reforming the structure and mandate of the IMF and World Bank, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made... »
With the “green shoots” of global recovery being seen here and there, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh goes to this week’s G20 summit at Pittsburgh in full knowledge that West... »
In the clearest statement to date of Washington’s reservations about the rising Indian economic and political profile in Afghanistan, the top American general in charge of the war against th... »
Despite the United States seeking to dilute the waiver India was granted from the Nuclear Suppliers Group’s export rules last year, the Manmohan Singh government is yet to protest or e... »
In a measure of how the official line in Washington on India’s nuclear status has changed from the Bush to the Obama administrations, the U.S. is circulating a draft U.N. Security Coun... »
It’s time we stopped rotten elements in the police and security forces from literally getting away with murder. »
With Prime Minister Manmohan Singh likely to have another “sidelines” meeting with the President or Prime Minister of Pakistan during the Commonwealth summit in Trinidad at the e... »
Seeking to draw a line under the controversy surrounding last month’s meeting between Manmohan Singh and Yusuf Raza Gilani, National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan on Saturday replied in th... »
In his first substantive comments on relations with Pakistan since the July 16 Sharm el-Sheikh summit, National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan said that averting another major Mumbai-like i... »
Describing India’s commitment to its voluntary moratorium on nuclear testing as “steadfast,” National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan on Saturday came down hard on those ma... »
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