The United States and India confirm a deal on nuclear co-operation.
An Austrian court grants a United States request to extradite Ukrainian businessman Dmytro Firtash. U.S. officials accuse Firtash of being involved in a scandal where he allegedly paid US$18.5 million in bribes for a permit to mine titanium in India, something Firtash denies.
2017-02-21, with context: India, U.S.
The capitals of the world's two most populous nations, China and India, are blanketed in hazardous, choking smog. Beijing, on the second-highest pollution alert, is closing highways, halting or suspending construction while warning residents to stay indoors. The U.S. New Delhi embassy's monitoring station recorded an air quality index of 372, putting air pollution levels into "hazardous" territory. No action by the New Delhi government.
2015-11-30, with context: India, U.S.
The Dalai Lama, following his routine check-up at Minnesota's Mayo Clinic, cancels his U.S. speaking engagements in October after doctors advised him to rest. The 80-year-old Tibetan Buddhist leader is scheduled to return home to Dharamsala, India, Saturday.
2015-09-30, with context: India, U.S.
India has become the world's third-largest economy in purchasing power parity after the United States and China, moving ahead of Japan according to World Bank report. The last survey in 2005 had placed India in 10th place.
2014-04-30, with context: India, U.S.
The United States files a complaint with the World Trade Organization, accusing Indian laws of discriminating against US solar panel manufacturers.
2014-02-10, with context: India, U.S.
The United States returns 11th-12th century sculptures stolen by art thieves from temples in India.
2014-01-15, with context: India, U.S.
India says that it has "no stand-off" with the United States even after the Devyani Khobragade incident.
2014-01-11, with context: India, U.S.
India orders diplomatic repercussions against the United States over the arrest and alleged maltreatment of the consul Devyani Khobragade in New York City.
2013-12-17, with context: India, U.S.
The United States fines the Indian pharmaceutical company Ranbaxy Laboratories US$500 million after they are found guilty of selling adulterated drugs to the United States.
2013-05-14, with context: India, U.S.
India is to complain to the United States after its ambassador, Meera Shankar, was pulled from a security line and patted down at an airport.
2010-12-9, with context: India, U.S.