Much expectation surrounds US President Donald Trump’s visit to India on February 24-25. Trade relations have been strained of late and the success of the visit will rest partly on whether a trade deal is signed. Nisha Biswal, President of the US-India Business Council and a former Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs in the US Department of State, in an exclusive interview with INDIA TODAY Group Editorial Director Raj Chengappa, speaks of the prospects.

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Source: India Today

Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that India-US relationship is all set to be collaborative and shift from the “buyer and seller” approach that was adopted till now, and gave out a message to the US defence manufacturers that India willing to resolve any problems faced by the industry.

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Source: India Today