Tag: US Congress

India-U.S. Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement changed the Colours of leaves of the US-India relationship: Narendra Modi

Newsroom24x7 Staff Washington DC: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has described the fall of 2008, when the US Congress passed the India-U.S. Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement, as the defining moment that changed the very colours of leaves of the US-India relationship. The Indian Prime Minister made this observation while addressing the Joint Meeting of U.S. Congress

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US Congress allows Export-Import Bank of the United States to lapse for first time in history on July 1

Newsroom24x7 Staff Washington DC: Despite the strong bipartisan support for reauthorization, the Republican-controlled Congress has gone into recess without holding a meaningful vote on Export-Import Bank, allowing Ex-Im to lapse on July 1 for the first time in history—after 16 reauthorizations, A fact-sheet brought out by the White House office of the Press Secretary underscores

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Japan’s Abe to US Congress: Let us bring the TPP to a successful conclusion through our joint leadership

Newsroom24x7 Desk Washington DC: Shinzo Abe, the first Japanese Prime Minister ever to address the joint meeting of the US Congress on Wednesday said as for U.S. – Japan negotiations, the goal is near. Let us bring the TPP to a successful conclusion through our joint leadership. Zooming in on the entire concept of Trans-Pacific Partnership,

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Iran, nuclear weapons, Netanyahu and the US

Newsroom24x7 Desk Us will have the military option if Iran fails to comply with an agreement on nuclear weapons Washington DC: Even as Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu went ahead and urged the US Congress Tuesday to block the signing of a deal to contain Iran’s ability to develop nuclear weapons coinciding with international negotiations

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