'Tangible results' in Indo-US relations

“We intend to announce some of the most tangible results of our partnership this November, when Prime Minister Singh travels to Washington for an official visit,” said the US ambassador to India, Timothy Roemer.

The US and India had declared a new strategic dialogue during Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit to New Delhi last month. Chaired jointly by Clinton and External Affairs Minister S M Krishna, the dialogue is expected to focus on a wide range of bilateral, global, and regional issues of shared interest and common concern. 

It is expected to cover cooperation on energy and climate change; education and development; economics, trade and agriculture and science, technology, health and innovation. “These are big, bold and a broad series of undertakings.  But that’s President Obama’s way,” said the new US envoy. “We see our relationship with India in terms of its many possibilities, and we have chosen to work on many of them simultaneously and with the goal of dramatically advancing our partnership.”

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