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William Burns is US Under Secretary of State

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Visit to India - June 2009

William Burns made a scheduled visit to India for talks on promoting bilateral relations between the US and India. He arrived in India on June 10, 2009 starting his four-day visit. He met External Affairs Minister S M Krishna on the sidelines of an interaction with some senior Government officials here. Burns said that the USA considers India as a major foreign policy priority.

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 BIOTIE THERAPIES CORP.             INTERIM REPORT             November 12 2015 at 9.00 a.m.

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Pakistan willing to reduce tariff on NATO supplies if U.S. apologises
Pakistan is willing to drastically reduce the taxes and transit fees it intends to impose on NATO supplies passing through the country into Afghanistan if the United States accepts full responsibility of the Salala air raid and offers a public apology.

Russia slams new US envoy over meeting with opposition figures
Authorities in Russia have objected to America's new ambassador meeting with opposition figures on the second day of his work at the US embassy here.

U.S. Deputy Secretary Burns concludes visit to India
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns has concluded his day long visit to India.

US Deputy Secretary of State Burns to visit India, Vietnam, Malaysia
United States Deputy Secretary of State William Burns will depart from Washington today for visits to India and South East Asia.

U.S., Israel describe Iran's nuke program as 'greatest challenge' in Middle East
The United States and Israel have described Iran as the greatest challenge in the Middle East, as it is pursuing a nuclear programme.

Second round of Indo-US Strategic dialogue to start on April 6 in Delhi
India's Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao today said that the second round of the Indo-US Strategic Dialogue will start in Delhi on April 6, with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leading the American side.

US support for Indian Security Council bid has spurred momentum for UN reform: Rao
Thanking the United States for its support for India's bid for UN Security Council permanent membership, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao today said that Washington's support came at an opportune moment, as New Delhi saw new momentum for a long-mooted proposal to expand the UNSC.

US assures India of fair solution for Tri-Valley 'duped' students
The United States has assured India of finding a fair solution for the Indian students caught in the Tri-Valley University visa fraud scam.

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Wikileaks disclosure as yet no embarrassment for Indo-US ties
The recent disclosure made by Wikileaks regarding the role of India in developments in the region will have no impact on India- US relationship, according to highly placed sources here.

'India should not expect UNSC permanent membership soon'
US President Barack Obama might have endorsed India for a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), but as Japan has experienced, the booming South Asian democracy should not expect to see its name engraved on a Security Council seat very soon because the road to permanent membership is full of obstacles, experts say.

Obama will 'try his level best to avoid taboo 'K-word' during India trip': WSJ
United States President Barack Obama is expected to "try his level best to avoid the 'K-word'- Kashmir"- during his three-day trip to India that starts next week, a newspaper reported.

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