US: Indian Consulate in San Francisco attacked by Khalistan supporters
As India tightens its grip around fugitive Khalistani separatist leader Amritpal Singh, his supporters attacked the Indian Consulate in San Francisco in the United States.
India-United States NSAs launch initiative on iCET, review defence ties
Washington DC/UNI: National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and his US counterpart Jake Sullivan on Wednesday formally launched US-India Initiative on Critical and Emerging Technologies (iCET) and reviewed defence cooperation and regional security among other issues.
Providing all assistance: MEA on 4 members of Indian-origin family found dead in California
New Delhi: India has promised all possible assistance in the probe into the shocking murder of four Indian-origin family members in California.
California: Indian-origin family, including baby, kidnapped; found dead later
Four members of an Indian-origin family in the United States, including an 8-month-old baby, were kidnapped at gunpoint and their bodies were recovered from an orchard in California, media reports said.
US joins with Indian diaspora luminaries to celebrate 75 yrs of bilateral relations
New Delhi: The U.S. Mission in India (comprising the Embassy in New Delhi and Consulates General in Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, and Hyderabad) on April 13 released a star-studded video message to celebrate 75 years of U.S.-India relations.
'Unsatisfactory but unsurprising': US over India's stand on Russia-Ukraine war
Washington/IBNS: A senior White House official on Friday said India's position at the United Nations over the Ukraine crisis has been "unsatisfactory", reports said.
Wait time for visa appointment to be significantly longer: US Embassy
New Delhi/IBNS: The US Embassy in India has said there might be significant delays in the wait time for visa appointments for some nonimmigrant visa categories as it builds back from COVID-19-related interruptions, according to media reports.
Modi's US trip: PM arrives in Washington to exuberant welcome from Indian diaspora
Washington/UNI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in the United States to an enthusiastic welcome from the Indian diaspora.
US asks its citizens to leave India
New Delhi/UNI: Owing to shortage of medical facility due to exponential rise in COVID cases across the country, the US has advised its citizens not to travel to India or to leave as soon as possible.
Will 'rapidly' deploy additional support to India: United States
Washington/UNI: Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said that the United States is closely working with their partners in the Indian government and will rapidly deploy additional support to the Covid-hit country.
Discussed human rights with Indian ministers as valuable partners: US Defence Secretary General Lloyd Austin
New Delhi/IBNS: US Secretary of Defence General Lloyd Austin has said he has spoken to ministers in the Indian government about the human rights of minorities.
India's S-400 deal with Russia sanctionable, Senator urges US defence secretary Lloyd Austin to tell New Delhi
Washington/IBNS: US defence secretary Lloyd Austin has been urged by a senator to convey Washington's opposition against New Delhi's proposed purchase of Russian air defence system S-400 during his visit to India on Friday, said a Reuters report.
US to start H1 B visa registration programme for 2022 from March
Wshington/IBNS: The registration process for H1B visa for the next fiscal year will start from March 9 and the selected applicants chosen through computerised draw of lots would be informed by March 31, said media reports.
India-US close coordination has been significant amid Chinese aggression : Kenneth Juster
New Delhi/IBNS: While dwelling on the US-India ties spanning counter-terrorism, economic, defence and geo-strategic cooperation, outgoing US envoy Kenneth Juster has said the deeper ties between the two countries has been important "as India confronts, perhaps on a sustained basis, aggressive Chinese activity on its border".
India may have to make tough choices in defence deals, says outgoing US envoy Kenneth Juster amid possibility of US sanction
New Delhi/IBNS: Outgoing US envoy Kenneth Juster hinted on Tuesday that India may have to make some hard decisions in its defence deals as the country stares at the possibility of US sanctions with the purchase of the Russian-made S-400 air defence system.