View: Trump's 'Buy American', Modi's 'Make in India' can together boost each other - Economic Times

NEW YORK: US President Donald Trump's mantra of "Buy American" and Indian Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' are not mutually exclusive because trade need not be a zero sum game, according to Shalabh Kumar, an Indian American Republican ...

India is acting as a junior ally to Trump's America, says CPI (M) - Daily News & Analysis

In connection to United States President Donald Trump's recent move of refusing visas to seven Muslim countries, Communist Party of India (Marxist) has not only come out lashing out against the development as aggressively right wing, but also called ...

Aditya Sinha: Grow a spine, or a funny bone - Mid-Day

An editorial on the New York Times home web-page on Sunday morning was headlined, "Trump's Muslim Ban is Cowardly and Dangerous". Another read "A Lie by Any Other Name", with its blurb saying, "Our president is a pathological liar". It is inconceivable ...

Shield Indian professionals in US from Donald Trump's plans, Congress to government - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: The Congress has asked the Modi government to quickly take steps to secure "credible assurances from the Donald Trump administration" that the Indian community, especially professionals, will not become "victims" of Washington's decision to ...

Indian IT sector braces for impact of Donald Trump's immigration order - Business Standard

India's software services sector is bracing for the consequences of new US President Donald Trump action against outsourcing of jobs. Trump has signed an order to block entry of people, including highly qualified professionals, from seven Muslim ...

Trump's policy unlikely to hit India at present - Telugu360

President Donald Trump's order calls for an instant suspension of immigrants from countries with terror ties for a period of 90 days and complete suspension of Syrian refugees for an indefinite period. The ban affects travelers with passports from Iran ...

Take Donald Trump's midnight calls to PM Modi with a pinch of salt - Economic Times

By Jyoti Malhotra A droll picture of US president Donald Trump in khaki shorts “after talking to Prime Minister Narendra Modi” has been furiously circulating on social media and Whatsapp, showing once again that humour can go where no strategic analyst ...

India's IT industry fears a hit from Trump's ban - Economic Times

BENGALURU: US president Donald Trump's immigration order against people from seven Muslim-majority countries could have a minor beneficial impact on Indian tech talent and business. Global technology companies may think it prudent to substitute ...

Why PM Modi should have corrected President Trump when he said 'Hindus and Indians' - The Indian Express (blog)

We know Trump is at least semi ignorant, but why did the PMO feel the need to highlight Trump's well known ignorance by repeating his words? 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Written by Ujjal Dosanjh | Updated: January 29, 2017 9 ...

Trump's ambitions challenge Modi's 'Make in India' - Global Times

Since the US presidential election in November, analysts and academics around the world have spent considerable time and effort in predicting President Donald Trump's possible policies on domestic and international issues. A common thread in the ...

America and Indian hopes - The Statesman

American President Donald Trump has sent a positive signal in his first telephone conversation with Prime Minister Modi on Tuesday by inviting him to Washington. If he decides to go, this will be Modi's fifth visit to the US since he took over - this ...

Normalising Modi - The Express Tribune

American media is on a warpath. Many of our colleagues there accuse new President's supporters of 'normalising' Trump. There seems little normal in President Trump's rise to power. We know of his unusual election campaign. But here is the point. He was ...

Trump's no ally of India, handle him with care - Times of India (blog)

Don't get euphoric because Narendra Modi was fifth in the list of world leaders to be phoned by Donald Trump on assuming office. Before phoning Modi, Trump called the president of Mexico, whom he has now kicked in the testicles by declaring that he ...

How US President Donald Trump's worldview affects India - Hindustan Times

During the campaign US President Donald Trump famously said “I am a big fan of Hindu. I am a big fan of India.” Did he mean it or was it just campaign rhetoric?(REUTERS). Does Donald Trump present an opportunity or a challenge for India? That depends ...

Current Challenges for Indian Foreign Policy - Bharat Shakti

The author is of the view that foreign policies remain dynamic on account of shifts in global geo-politics and domestic pressures. In our case, we have to manage it keeping in view the Prime Minister Modi's objective of 'India First' and a focus on our ...

Don't be a chump, engage with Trump - Times of India (blog)

Foreign policy of any country of consequence is enlightened pursuit of national interest. This is not news. Why then should news media of any democracy gets into paroxysms of indignation if that country's elected leader attempts to build a close ...

President Provocateur - Outlook India

Donald J. Trump's inaugural ceremony on January 20 began and ended on predictable lines. As the 45th President of the United States took oath of office on the steps of Capitol Hill on a rain-soaked Washington morning before a crowd of 250,000 people, ...

Trump's first week - The Hindu

U.S. President Donald Trump's tough stand on climate change will create chaos globally (“Setback to climate action plans”, Jan.27). Much has been said about how global warming has taken place because of greenhouse gas emissions, such as carbon ...

Trump may have found his big ally to counterbalance China...and it's not Russia - CNBC

For all the talk about the mutual admiration between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, it may not be Russia that the U.S. president sees as America's critical new ally. In his first few days in office, Trump scheduled a phone call with Narendra Modi ...

India figures high in Trump's premier league, make it count - Times of India (blog)

The spirited, if somewhat over-intense, discussion on President Donald Trump seems to centre on two assumptions: either that he is a self-obsessed loony who will sooner or later engineer his own downfall or that he is a dangerous maniac whose bigotry ...