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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Reuters India NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's beleaguered prime minister is determined to push a nuclear deal with the United States despite stiff opposition from his communist allies, a lobbying group quoted him as saying.The historic deal has brought Manmohan Singh's coalition to the brink of collapse as left parties that shore it up have threatened to end support if the pact is pursued.Singh appeared to have given in and put the deal on the backburner earlier this month but has since ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Economic Times - Mumbai Edition NEW DELHI: A group of Indian American lobbyists on Wednesday met Left and BJP leaders in a bid to understand their opposition to the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal.The eight-member delegation led by chairman of U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) Sanjay Puri met CPI leader D Raja, who explained the Left parties’ opposition to the deal. “We wanted to genuinely understand what the objections are.Mr Raja walked us through the element ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Financial Express - Online New Delhi, October 24: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is determined to push a nuclear deal with the United States despite stiff opposition from the Left parties, a lobbying group quoted him as saying.The historic deal has brought the coalition government to the brink of collapse as Left parties have threatened to end support if the pact is pursued.Singh appeared to have given in and put the deal on the backburner earlier this month but has since said he remain ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : India Daily Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC), who met him late on Tuesday, that the nuclear agreement was the best way forward for India, the United States, and the world, a statement from the group said on Wednesday.But sources from New Delhi says that PM office has officially told the Left parties that Indian Government has abandoned the implementation plan of the 123 agreement with US. It is up to the next elected Government t ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : earthtimes NEW DELHI, India, Oct. 23 Today Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh warmly greeted the U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) delegation, consisting of Indian-American business and community leaders led by Chairman Sanjay Puri, and thanked them for making the trip to New Delhi at this critical moment in Indo-U.S. relations. Prime Minister Singh went on to praise the work done by USINPAC on behalf of the Indian-American community and U.S.-Indian relations for the pa ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Hindu Business Line New Delhi, Oct 23 A delegation of Indian-Americans, who lobbied in the U.S. in favour of the Indo-US civil nuclear deal, met with the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, here on Tuesday. The 10-member delegation, led by the United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) Chairman, Mr Sanjay Puri, is also slated to meet leaders of Left parties and the BJP over the next couple of days to assess the position of various political parties on the nuclear deal.â ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Economic Times NEW DELHI: Making it clear that he has not given up on the Indo-US nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday told a group of Indian-Americans that he was still hopeful of a solution to push the agreement.Singh also told the group led by US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) Chairman Sanjay Puri that he was still hopeful of a soultion to the logjam over the nuclear deal which meets the assurances he had given to Parliament."We got a sense that he is o ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Sify New Delhi: Making it clear that he had not given up on the Indo-US nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday told a group of Indian-Americans that he was still hopeful of a solution to push the agreement.Singh told the group, led by US-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) chairman Sanjay Puri, that he was still hopeful of a solution to the logjam over the nuclear deal which met the assurances he had given to Parliament. "We got a sense that he is open to th ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Hindu - Online New Delhi: Making it clear that he has not given up on the India-U.S. nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday told a group of Indian-Americans that he was still hopeful of a solution to push the agreement.Dr. Singh also told the group led by U.S.-India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) Chairman Sanjay Puri that he was still hopeful of a solution to the logjam over the deal which meets the assurances he had given to the Parliament.USINPAC Director ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Hindustan Times - New Delhi - Online Amid continuing standoff with his Left allies on the Indo-US nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday told a group of Indian American lobbyists that there is still hope for the matter to be resolved.The eight-member delegation, led by chairman of U.S. India Political Action committee (Usinpac) Sanjay Puri, is currently in India to meet top leaders and officials to get an idea about the status of the civilian nuclear agreement, for whic ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Asian Tribune Washington, D.C. 23 October (Asiantribune.com): Bobby Jindal, 36, becomes the youngest U.S. governor and the first Indian-American to head a state.The Republican took 54 percent of the vote to win at Saturday’s election outright over his nearest rival, Democrat Walter Boasso, who got 18 percent. Outgoing DemocraticGovernor Kathleen Blanco decided to not run again after she was widely criticized for her handling of the 2005 Hurricane Katrina crisis. He narrowly lost ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Hindu New Delhi (PTI): A 10-member delegation of Indian-Americans, who lobbied hard in the U.S. in favour of the Indo-US civil nuclear deal, is meeting leaders of Left parties and BJP to impress upon them the benefits of the agreement.The delegation led by United States India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) Chairman Sanjay Puri will meet Tuesday with union ministers, and the central leadership of main opposition BJP.The delegation, comprising top politically active businessmen, is ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : NDTV.com A seven-member delegation of Indian Americans is in India to meet the leaders of the Left parties on their opposition to the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal.The delegation is led by Sanjay Puri, founder and chairman of the U.S. India Political Action Committee, the Washington-based Indian-American policy advocacy group which lobbied hard for the deal at the Capitol Hill last year.During its stay in New Delhi beginning Monday, the delegation comprising eminent Indian Americans, w ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : NDTV India - Online Lalit K JhaMonday, October 22, 2007 (New York)A seven-member delegation of Indian Americans is in India to meet the leaders of the Left parties on their opposition to the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal.The delegation is led by Sanjay Puri, founder and chairman of the U.S. India Political Action Committee, the Washington-based Indian-American policy advocacy group which lobbied hard for the deal at the Capitol Hill last year.During its stay in New Delhi beginning Mond ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Earthtimes WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) mobilizes an emergency delegation of Indian-American business and community leaders to India at this critical moment in Indo-American relations.The USINPAC delegation, consisting of members from California, New Mexico, Texas, Virginia, and Maryland, leaves for India on October 19th to meet with Indian government officials and representatives of Indian industry to discuss recent ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Hindustan Times Even as India has put its civil nuclear deal with the U.S. apparently on hold, the American business lobby has vowed to keep working for speedy Congressional approval of the 123 Agreement.It would do so as soon as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Nuclear Suppliers' Group (NSG) provide the green signal, the US-India Business Council made up of 300 largest U.S. companies seeking more trade with India said Wednesday.USIBC remains confident that the nuclear ...
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Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SOURCE : Hindustan Times - New Delhi - Online Even as India has put its civil nuclear deal with the U.S. apparently on hold, the American business lobby has vowed to keep working for speedy Congressional approval of the 123 Agreement.It would do so as soon as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Nuclear Suppliers' Group (NSG) provide the green signal, the US-India Business Council made up of 300 largest U.S. companies seeking more trade with India said Wednesday.USIBC remains confi ...
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Sat, 27 Oct 2007
SOURCE : Contributed by Ian Swanson A delegation of Indian-Americans led by the head of the U.S. India Business Alliance will travel to India this week in a bid to build support for a troubled nuclear deal between the two countries.Sanjay Puri, president of the business group and chairman of the influential U.S. India Political Action Committee, said the Indian-American business and community leaders would meet with government and opposition leaders in India who have pressured Prime Minister Ma ...
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Thu, 19 Jul 2007
SOURCE : Concord OnlineBy LAUREN R. DORGAN Monitor staff  There are so many stereotypes of the Granite State voter: Taciturn, flannel-clad, old-fashioned, by which we mean old, white and married. But New Hampshire is changing, and presidential campaigns have taken note. After scoring a victory on civil unions this spring, gay and lesbian activists say they're reinvigorated about politics. For the first time this primary cycle, the state's Indian population - largely centere ...
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Thu, 19 Jul 2007
SOURCE : IndUS Business Journal - Waltham,MA,USA BY CHRIS NELSON WASHINGTON - The U.S. and Indian governments have reached a compromise over key provisions of the civil nuclear-cooperation agreement the two nations have ratified, putting an end to a stalemate that started late last year. Negotiators for both countries issued a short, guarded statement July 20 indicating that after meeting for more than 300 hours over four days to finalize the deal, they had reached a compromise on sticking ...
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