Showing posts from July, 2008

N-deal can be wrapped up before Bush leaves office

Former undersecretary of state R. Nicholas Burns, who till recently served as President George W. Bush's point person on the US-India civilian nuclear agreement, is optimistic that the deal can still be wrapped up before Bush leaves office in January but says the onus is on the Nuclear Suppliers Group to speedily approve the deal.

N-deal: Time running out for US Congress

US President George W. Bush telephoned Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday and the two leaders reiterated their commitment to moving ahead with the civilian nuclear deal.

US confident, Blix backs N-deal

President George W. Bush's administration is confident India-specific safeguards will be approved by the International Atomic Energy Agency while a former director general of the agency expressed support for the U.S.-India civilian nuclear deal.

The Shared Past

For the Indians in the US, it's striking a chord—Obama is 'one of us'

How I Chased Obama...

I became the proverbial stalker, and they behaved as victims would: not take my calls or e-mails.

Interview with Sen. Barack Obama: 'I Am Reluctant To Seek Changes In The N-Deal'

In an exclusive interview, the US presidential hopeful speaks on a range of subjects: the nuclear deal, Mahatma Gandhi, his ability to reconcile Islam with modernity, and how he wouldn't have put all eggs in the Musharraf basket

Manekshaw was a legendary soldier: Obama

Senator Barack Obama, the Democratic Party's presumptive presidential nominee, on Monday offered his “deep condolences to the people of India” on Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw's death.