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INDIA - UNITED STATES
Volunteers from US multinational in India to learn how to beat the crisis
Dow Corning, a silicone products supplier for cars and parachutes, is now following this strategy. Its projects involve volunteers providing technical knowhow to farmers and help to micro-businesses. In turn, the latter learn new ideas and a better understanding of the global market place.
30/10/2007 INDIA – UNITED STATES
Washington trying to save nuclear deal with New Delhi
Secretary Rice speaks to her Indian counterpart to reiterate US intention to go ahead with deal as is. India’s ruling alliance is divided over the issue. United States warns that if the Congress Party fails to get its allies on board, India’s campaign for a seat on the United Nations Security Council will suffer.
01/03/2006 INDIA - UNITED STATES
Bush in India to forge new bilateral links
Enhanced collaboration in the agricultural and energy sectors is on the cards, as well as more trade. But Washington is also aiming for a stable political alliance. Then there is the matter of nuclear energy. With 300 million people going hungry, New Delhi needs help for more rapid development.
01/07/2017 20:26:00 INDIA – UNITED STATES
Modi and Trump cozy up to check China’s expansion
Despite the economic rivalry, Indo-US friendship turns into a military alliance against the Pakistan-China axis and the development of the New Silk Road. Washington will sell weapons to Delhi and allow the manufacturing of F-16 in India.
11/11/2016 13:21:00 INDIA – UNITED STATES
Christian leader urges Trump to promote “freedom of conscience” in the world
Sajan K George is the president of the Global Council of Indian Christians. His organisation sent a congratulatory message to the new US president. "Christianity has become the major target of scorn, prejudice, abuse and persecution.”
28/01/2015 INDIA - UNITED STATES
Christian leader thanks to Obama for defending freedom of religion
During his official visit to India, the US president spoke out in defence of freedom of worship, citing Article 25 of the Indian Constitution. Sajan K George welcomed the words of the US leader in a nation "where violence against minorities, especially Christians, is commonplace." Hindu extremist movements support the government, a "stain" on the country's secular credentials.
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