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    1. By Sanjeev Miglani and Greg Torode NEW DELHI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - India and the United States are in talks to help each other track submarines in the Indian Ocean, military officials say, a move that could further tighten defense ties between New Delhi and Washington as China steps up its undersea activities. Both the United States and India are growing concerned at the reach and ambition of ...

    2. The main feature of the doctrine is "A No First Use Posture", wherein nuclear weapons will be used only "in retaliation against a nuclear attack on Indian territory or on Indian forces anywhere. It also calls for building and maintaining a credible minimum deterrent.

    3. Pennsylvania, Apr. 29 (ANI): United States Ambassador to India, Richard Verma, has said technology and innovation is redefining relations between Washington and New Delhi. Verma said the U.S.-India relations have come a long way since his days at Lehigh. The bilateral goods trade with the United States stood at a paltry $5 billon.

    4. A month after India and France signed an agreement to take forward a deal to supply six nuclear reactors for Jaitapur plant, French firm EDF has said concern over India's liability law still remains and that it will give a fresh pricing proposal for these units.

    5. Washington, Apr 28 (PTI): Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump today hinted at seeking help from India and other nations to address the "problem" of what he described as a "semi-unstable" nuclear-armed Pakistan.

    6. "They discussed a range of bilateral and regional issues including U.S.-India efforts to advance our civil-nuclear cooperation and to increase bilateral trade and investment," an official told PTI.

    7. What of India and China relations?

      Al Jazeera via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsApr 29 12:27 AM

      Beijing is trying to move into what New Delhi has traditionally seen as its own backyard.

    8. Washington, Apr 28: Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump today hinted at seeking help from India and other nations to address the "problem" of what he described as a "semi-unstable" nuclear-armed Pakistan. Trump's such a remarks came during a town-hall in

    9. "At the same time, if you look at India and some of the others, maybe they’ll be helping us out, because we’re going to look at it. We have many, many countries that we give a lot of money to and we get absolutely nothing in return and that’s going to stop fast," Mr. Trump said.

    10. What will Parrikar achieve in China?

      rediff.comApr 16 09:12 PM

      'China refuses to talk to India on nuclear or ballistic missile issues and conclude any de-targeting agreement as Beijing did with Russia or a non-targeting agreement with the US.'

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