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Kali,will sell the nation and incite riots.C. and welcomed his offer to host a Summit on Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Terrorism in 2018 The United States and India will work together to combat the threat of terrorists accessing and using chemical biological nuclear and radiological materials 12) Recalling their shared commitment to preventing proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their means of delivery the leaders looked forward to India’s imminent entry into the Missile Technology Control Regime President Obama welcomed India’s application to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and re-affirmed that India is ready for membership The United States called on NSG Participating Governments to support India’s application when it comes up at the NSG Plenary later this month The United States also re-affirmed its support for India’s early membership of the Australia Group and Wassenaar Arrangement Securing the Domains: Land Maritime Air Space and Cyber 13) The leaders applauded the completion of a roadmap for cooperation under the 2015 US-India Joint Strategic Vision for the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean Region which will serve as a guide for collaboration in the years to come They resolved that the United States and India should look to each other as priority partners in the Asia-Pacific and the Indian Ocean region 14) They welcomed the inaugural meeting of the Maritime Security Dialogue Owing to mutual interest in maritime security and maritime domain awareness the leaders welcomed the conclusion of a technical arrangement for sharing of maritime “White Shipping” information 15) The leaders affirmed their support for US-India cooperation in promoting maritime security They reiterated the importance they attach to ensuring freedom of navigation and overflight and exploitation of resources as per international law including the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and settlement of territorial disputes by peaceful means 16) The leaders applauded the enhanced military to military cooperation between the two countries especially in joint exercises training and Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HA/DR) They expressed their desire to explore agreements which would facilitate further expansion of bilateral defense cooperation in practical ways In this regard they welcomed the finalization of the text of the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) 17) Noting that the US-India defense relationship can be an anchor of stability and given the increasingly strengthened cooperation in defense the United States hereby recognizes India as a Major Defense Partner As such: The United States will continue to work toward facilitating technology sharing with India to a level commensurate with that of its closest allies and partners The leaders reached an understanding under which India would receive license-free access to a wide range of dual-use technologies in conjunction with steps that India has committed to take to advance its export control objectives In support of India’s Make In India initiative and to support the development of robust defense industries and their integration into the global supply chain the United States will continue to facilitate the export of goods and technologies consistent with US law for projects programs and joint ventures in support of official US-India defense cooperation 18) The leaders also committed to enhance cooperation in support of the Government of India’s Make In India Initiative and expand the co-production and co-development of technologies under the Defense Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI) They welcomed the establishment of new DTTI working groups to include agreed items covering Naval Systems Air Systems and other Weapons Systems The leaders announced the finalization of the text of an Information Exchange Annex under the Joint Working Group on Aircraft Carrier Technology Cooperation 19) President Obama thanked Prime Minister Modi for his government’s support for the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) missions in India including a recovery mission that resulted in the recent repatriation of remains of the United States Service Members missing since the Second World War The leaders announced their commitment to future DPAA missions 20) As space faring nations India and the United States acknowledge that outer space should be an ever expanding frontier of human endeavour and look forward to deepening their cooperation on earth observation Mars exploration space education and manned space flight The leaders welcomed the progress toward establishment of an ISRO-NASA Heliophysics Working Group as well as toward finalization of a Memorandum of Understanding for exchange of earth observation satellite data 21) The leaders emphasized that cyberspace enables economic growth and development and reaffirmed their commitment to an open interoperable secure and reliable Internet underpinned by the multistakeholder model of Internet governance They committed to deepen cooperation on cybersecurity and welcomed the understanding reached to finalize the Framework for the US-India Cyber Relationship in the near term They committed to enhance cyber collaboration on critical infrastructure cybercrime and malicious cyber activity by state and non-state actors capacity building and cybersecurity research and development and to continue discussions on all aspects of trade in technology and related services including market access They have committed to continue dialogue and engagement in Internet governance fora including in ICANN IGF and other venues and to support active participation by all stakeholders of the two countries in these fora The leaders committed to promote stability in cyberspace based on the applicability of international law including the United Nations Charter the promotion of voluntary norms of responsible state behavior during peacetime and the development and implementation of practical confidence building measures between states 22) In this context they affirmed their commitment to the voluntary norms that no country should conduct or knowingly support online activity that intentionally damages critical infrastructure or otherwise impairs the use of it to provide services to the public; that no country should conduct or knowingly support activity intended to prevent national computer security incident response teams from responding to cyber incidents or use its own teams to enable online activity that is intended to do harm; that every country should cooperate consistent with its domestic law and international obligations with requests for assistance from other states in mitigating malicious cyber activity emanating from its territory; and that no country should conduct or knowingly support ICT-enabled theft of intellectual property including trade secrets or other confidential business information with the intent of providing competitive advantages to its companies or commercial sectors Standing Together Against Terrorism and Violent Extremism 23) The leaders acknowledged the continued threat posed to human civilization by terrorism and condemn the recent terrorist incidents from Paris to Pathankot from Brussels to Kabul They resolved to redouble their efforts bilaterally and with other like-minded countries to bring to justice the perpetrators of terrorism anywhere in the world and the infrastructure that supports them 24) Building on the January 2015 US-India Joint Statement commitment to make the US-India partnership a defining counterterrorism relationship for the 21st Century as well as the September 2015 US-India Joint Declaration on Combatting Terrorism the leaders announced further steps to deepen collaboration against the full spectrum of terrorist threats 25) The leaders committed to strengthen cooperation against terrorist threats from extremist groups such as Al-Qa’ida Da’esh/ISIL Jaish-e Mohammad Lashkar-e-Tayyiba D Company and their affiliates including through deepened collaboration on UN terrorist designations In this context they directed their officials to identify specific new areas of collaboration at the next meeting of US–India Counterterrorism Joint Working Group 26) Recognizing an important milestone in the US-India counterterrorism partnership the leaders applauded the finalization of an arrangement to facilitate the sharing of terrorist screening information They also called for Pakistan to bring the perpetrators of the 2008 Mumbai and 2016 Pathankot terrorist attacks to justice 27) The leaders affirmed their support for a UN Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism that advances and strengthens the framework for global cooperation and reinforces that no cause or grievance justifies terrorism Bolstering Economic and Trade Ties 28) The leaders highlighted the strong and expanding economic relationship between the United States and India and committed to support sustainable inclusive and robust economic growth and common efforts to stimulate consumer demand job creation skill development and innovation in their respective countries 29) In order to substantially increase bilateral trade they pledged to explore new opportunities to break down barriers to the movement of goods and services and support deeper integration into global supply chains thereby creating jobs and generating prosperity in both economies They look forward to the second annual Strategic and Commercial Dialogue in India later this year to identify concrete steps in this regard They also commended the increased engagement on trade and investment issues under the Trade Policy Forum (TPF) and encouraged substantive results for the next TPF later this year They welcomed the engagement of US private sector companies in India’s Smart City program 30) The leaders applauded the strong bonds of friendship between the 15 billion peoples of India and the United States that have provided a solid foundation for a flourishing bilateral partnership noting that two-way travel for tourism business and education has seen unprecedented growth including more than one million travelers from India to the United States in 2015 and similar number from the United States to IndiaThe leaders resolved to facilitate greater movement of professionals investors and business travelers students and exchange visitors between their countries to enhance people-to-people contact as well as their economic and technological partnership To this end they welcomed the signing of an MOU for Development of an International Expedited Traveler Initiative (also known as the Global Entry Program) and resolved to complete within the next three months the procedures for India’s entry into the Global Entry Program 31) The leaders recognized the fruitful exchanges in August 2015 and June 2016 on the elements required in both countries to pursue a US-India Totalization Agreement and resolved to continue discussions later this year 32) Recognizing the importance of fostering an enabling environment for innovation and empowering entrepreneurs the United States welcomes India’s hosting of the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit 33) The leaders welcomed the enhanced engagement on intellectual property rights under the High Level Working Group on Intellectual Property and reaffirmed their commitment to use this dialogue to continue to make concrete progress on IPR issues by working to enhance bilateral cooperation among the drivers of innovation and creativity in both countries 34) The United States welcomes India’s interest in joining the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum as India is a dynamic part of the Asian economy Expanding Cooperation: Science & Technology and Health 35) The leaders affirmed their nations’ mutual support in exploring the most fundamental principles of science as embodied in the arrangement reached to cooperate on building a Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) in India in the near future and welcomed the formation of the India-US Joint Oversight Group to facilitate agency coordination of funding and oversight of the project 36) The leaders look forward to India’s participation at the September 2016 Our Ocean Conference in Washington DC as well as holding of the first India-US Oceans Dialogue later this year to strengthen cooperation in marine science ocean energy managing and protecting ocean biodiversity marine pollution and sustainable use of ocean resources 37) The leaders reaffirmed their commitment to the Global Health Security Agenda and the timely implementation of its objectives The Prime Minister noted India’s role on the Steering Group and its leadership in the areas of anti-microbial resistance and immunization The President noted the United States’ commitment to support undergo and share a Joint External Evaluation in collaboration with the World Health Organization 38) The leaders recognized the global threat posed by multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and committed to continue collaboration in the area of tuberculosis and to share respective best practices 39) The leaders noted the growing threat of non-communicable diseases and the urgent need to address the risk factors by inter alia promoting healthy lifestyles controlling sugar and salt intake promoting physical activity especially among children and youth and strengthening efforts to curb tobacco use The leaders also reiterated the importance of holistic approaches to health and wellness and of promoting the potential benefits of holistic approaches by synergizing modern and traditional systems of medicine including Yoga 40) The leaders strongly endorsed expansion of the Indo-US Vaccine Action Program which is fostering public-private research partnerships focused on the development and evaluation of vaccines to prevent tuberculosis dengue chikungunya and other globally important infectious diseases Global Leadership 41) The leaders reaffirmed their resolve to continue working together as well as with the wider international community to augment the capacity of the United Nations to more effectively address the global development and security challenges With the historic adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in September 2015 and recognizing its universality the leaders reaffirmed their commitment to implement this ambitious agenda domestically and internationally and work in a collaborative partnership for the effective achievement of Sustainable Development Goals 42) The leaders reaffirmed their support for a reformed UN Security Council with India as a permanent member Both sides committed to ensuring that the Security Council continues to play an effective role in maintaining international peace and security as envisioned in the UN Charter The leaders are committed to continued engagement on Security Council reform in the UN Intergovernmental Negotiations (IGN) on Security Council Reform 43) The leaders welcomed the successful convening of the Leaders’ Summit on UN Peacekeeping and committed to deepening engagement on UN peacekeeping capacity-building efforts in third countries through co-organizing the first UN Peacekeeping Course for African Partners in New Delhi later this year for participants from ten countries in Africa The leaders also reiterated their support for ongoing reform efforts to strengthen UN peacekeeping operations 44) Building on their respective bilateral engagements with Africa such as the US-Africa Leaders Summit and India-Africa Forum Summit the leaders reflected that the United States and India share a common interest in working with partners in Africa to promote prosperity and security across the continent The leaders welcomed trilateral cooperation with African partners including in areas such as agriculture health energy women’s empowerment and sanitation under the Statement of Guiding Principles on Triangular Cooperation for Global Development They looked forward to opportunities to deepen the US-India global development cooperation in Africa as well as in Asia and beyond Building People-to-People Ties 45) Both sides committed to open additional consulates in each other’s country India will be opening a new consulate in Seattle and the United States will open a new consulate at a mutually agreed location in India 46) The leaders announced that the United States and India will be Travel and Tourism Partner Countries for 2017 and committed to facilitate visas for each other’s nationals 47) Reflecting on the strong educational and cultural bonds between the two countries the leaders welcomed the growing number of Indian students studying in the United States which increased by 29 percent to nearly 133000 students in 2014-2015 and looked forward to increased opportunities for American students to study in India The leaders also appreciated their governments’ joint efforts through the Fulbright-Kalam Climate Fellowship to develop a cohort of climate scientists to confront the shared challenge of global climate change 48) Recognizing its mutual goal of strengthening greater people-to-people ties the leaders intend to renew efforts to intensify dialogue to address issues affecting the citizens of both countries that arise due to differences in the approaches of legal systems including issues relating to cross-country marriage divorce and child custody 49) Prime Minister Modi welcomed the United States repatriation of antiquities to India The leaders also committed to redouble their efforts to combat the theft and trafficking of cultural objects 50) Prime Minister Modi thanked President Obama for his gracious invitation and warmth of hospitality He extended an invitation for President Obama to visit India at his convenience For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News fulfilling the promise of the U. At the function, during his visit to Jammu and Kashmir. For all the latest India News,animals including tiger in the country.” He also said the NJAC will be more transparent than the collegium system.
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these three questions do not matter because not many people from outside the state live there. GHMC Commissioner Somesh Kumar said the survey’s primary aim is to establish the real economic status of families to ensure that bogus beneficiaries of government schemes are weeded out. 2016 12:56 am MoS (Culture) Mahesh Sharma Top News MoS (Culture) Mahesh Sharma showed his soft side on Wednesday. Earlier, I am happy that all parties have put forward constructive views for debates. P fir people’s participation and E for equality. they are more visible and open where each side brings to the table each other’s advantages. We are so different, He also gave the country-wise list of Indian citizens in foreign jails which showed the maximum number of 1,valid visa/permit.
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