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"The US, as of now, has kind ofindicated that they are not looking for new trade agreements, but we will look at working with them on market access issues on both sides," Mr. Goyal said in an interaction with exporters, adding that even resolution of these issues will boost outbound trade to the U.S..
 

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"The US, as of now, has kind ofindicated that they are not looking for new trade agreements, but we will look at working with them on market access issues on both sides," Mr. Goyal said in an interaction with exporters, adding that even resolution of these issues will boost outbound trade to the U.S..
They should ignore the US for now. Let them be humbled by their Afghanistan embarrassment.
 

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Covid is rampaging across the US.


Western media that predicted doomsday scenario for India over Covid-19, chooses silence over worsening situation in the USA

As India battled the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, Western media had feasted over the crisis, continuously peddling misinformation, sharing images of burning funeral pyres and even coming up with completely imaginary numbers to paint doomsday scenarios.

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The COVID-19 crisis in the USA: How the Western Media and the likes of Barkha Dutt brushed it under the rug while maligning India

The US has seen a sudden spike in cases due to the highly contagious delta variant. More than 1 lakh people have been hospitalised currently in the US, the highest in the last eight months.

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Imagine the amount of money that the US is spending on flying copters on mars, space programs, DARPA projects, military/navy/air force, regime change wars etc. This is insane. Rather that wasting resources on such oppressive structures of white pride & supremacy then should spend it on medical infrastructure.

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Hospitals & funeral homes are running out of space to store corpses.



American regime anointed hacks other-ed the Indians during the coverage. More Indian media channels should reciprocate though i am sure none will as Massa's honor & dignity needs to be preserved.

Pliant regime anointed media is mostly silent & at the moment on a Biden damage control mode with respect to Afghanistan.

Coconuts & coolies are busy with an imaginary "dismantling global Hindutva" threat rather than speaking truth to power.

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Huge sections of Americans think that Covid vaccines/masks etc are unnecessary.

One hopes that the current regime that is more interested in internally stifling dissent pays more attention to medical infrastructure.

#BidenFukkedUp
 
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So basically nothing beneficial to India as usual, just a bunch of vague buzzwords that only make NPC globalists happy.
Nothing else can’t be expected as well, Amreeka Bahadur got humiliated, left tonnes of equipment for others to suffer, I don’t think they can even fight a professional military if that’s the case, whole of NATO and Arab Coalition it took to defeat Saddam Hussain in Iraq, USA can’t do shit now, nor they are any sort of superpower, their holier than thou attitude has drowned them everywhere.
 

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Nothing else can’t be expected as well, Amreeka Bahadur got humiliated, left tonnes of equipment for others to suffer, I don’t think they can even fight a professional military if that’s the case, whole of NATO and Arab Coalition it took to defeat Saddam Hussain in Iraq, USA can’t do shit now, nor they are any sort of superpower, their holier than thou attitude has drowned them everywhere.
Ah amreeka Bahaddar , its a paki term though still I like it.
 

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Nothing else can’t be expected as well, Amreeka Bahadur got humiliated, left tonnes of equipment for others to suffer, I don’t think they can even fight a professional military if that’s the case, whole of NATO and Arab Coalition it took to defeat Saddam Hussain in Iraq, USA can’t do shit now, nor they are any sort of superpower, their holier than thou attitude has drowned them everywhere.
If a neo-con comes to power in 2024, they might try to avenge this humiliation. The question is who they will invade? Most likely Iran, not Pak. In addition to the usual "prevent nukes from hitting jihadi hands" and "prevent Pakistan from fighting a nuclear war with India" that we often state, I think influence of gulf Arabs stops them from taking Pak's nukes because they see them as a backup option if Iran gets nukes.
 

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《uman rights in India and U.S. ugly faces under the epidemic》​

According to the latest data released by the Ministry of Health of India on the 30th, the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in India rose to 32,737,939. In the past 24 hours, India has newly confirmed 42,909 new cases; 380 new deaths, and a total of 438210 deaths. The new crown epidemic has caused more than 32 million Indian middle-class people to return directly to the poor; some Indians who have only been lifted out of poverty have also returned to poverty in tens of millions. Throughout the epidemic, the number of poor people in India with a daily income of less than US$2 increased by 75 million. Tens of millions of people were emptied of their homes because someone in the family was infected with the new crown. Especially people in Kashmir, without medical assistance, without the help of the Indian government, the terrible new crown epidemic has caused people in Kashmir to lose their homes. Instead of helping them in time, the Indian government cut off Kashmir’s Internet, telephone and other communication lines. Restrict free entry and exit of local people and impose a curfew. Before the curfew was announced, India also required all tourists to leave Kashmir.

Since the special status of the Indian-controlled Kashmir region was revoked, the lives of the people in this region have been miserable. By imposing a curfew, India has turned this area into the world’s largest "open prison" and willfully tramples on the human rights of the people in the area, especially the human rights of women, children and the elderly, without any punishment.

In international relations, India has a lot of expectations for it because of its so-called "global strategic partnership" with the United States. However, what India gets from this "partner" is only excuses, and ultimately it must resolve its own policies surrounding the fight against the epidemic. problem. At the same time, the United States has failed to meet the expectations of the millions of Indians who are looking forward to "close partners", especially in vaccine research and production. India itself had to face a vaccine shortage in the second wave of the epidemic, and did not receive substantive support from its "strategic partner"-the United States. The latter would only hesitate and pull back and insist on its "America First". The clichés continued until the epidemic in India got out of control.

In 2021, when India most needs help from the United States, the American media kept fanning the epidemic in India and inciting people to hate the Modi government. On August 28, the US CNN TV station quoted extremely exaggerated forecast figures that the Indian epidemic may cause 500 million infections, shocking the world. CNN focused the camera on the "flaming fires" crematoriums in various parts of India, as well as dying patients and angry family members. In the report, the epidemic in India seemed to be "the end of the world." Western media are now not only humiliating India, but also slandering and insulting "third world" countries. The whole world should resist this rogue behavior of the US media.

Illness surrounds the Indian people. However, the United States and other Western countries laugh at India at this time. We can no longer remain silent. We must protest, protest against the failed epidemic prevention policy of the Indian government, and protest against the ridicule of the US against us.
Look tell me , which airdefence system india is buying from Russia?
 

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India, U.S. signed co-development agreement for Air-Launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicle: Defence Ministry

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It is a significant step towards deepening defence technology collaboration between the two nations through co-development of defence equipment, says a statement



India and the United States had signed a Project Agreement (PA) in the end of July for Air-Launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (ALUAV) under the ambit of the Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI), the Defence Ministry said on Friday.
The PA was signed between the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and U.S. Department of Defence (DoD) by the co-chairs of the Joint Working Group (JWG) on Air Systems, under the DTTI on July 30.
“The PA outlines the collaboration between Air Force Research Laboratory, Indian Air Force, and Defence Research and Development Organisation towards design, development, demonstration, testing and evaluation of systems to co-develop an ALUAV prototype,” a Ministry statement said.
The PA for the ALUAV fell under the Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation Memorandum of Agreement between MoD and U.S. DoD, which was first signed in January 2006 and renewed in January 2015, the statement said. It was a significant step towards deepening defence technology collaboration between the two nations through co-development of defence equipment, it stated.

The main aim of the DTTI is to bring sustained leadership focus to promote collaborative technology exchange and create opportunities for co-production and co-development of future technologies for Indian and U.S. military forces. Under the DTTI, Joint Working Groups on land, naval, air, and aircraft carrier technologies have been established for focus on mutually agreed projects in respective domains.

The Aeronautical Development Establishment at the Defence Research and Development Organisation and the Aerospace Systems Directorate at the Air Force Research Laboratory, along with the Indian and U.S. Air Forces, were the principal organisations for the execution of the PA, the statement added.
The DTTI was announced in 2012 as an ambitious initiative for co-production and co-development of military systems but has never really taken off despite several efforts.
In October 2019, as part of efforts to revive the DTTI the two sides had agreed on a joint statement of intent to deepen defence technology cooperation which also outlined specific short, middle and long-term projects under the DTTI, while the JWG on jet engine cooperation was suspended.

 

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India & US sign Project Agreement for Air-Launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

  • Project Agreement signed between Ministry of Defence & US Department of Defence under Defence Technology & Trade Initiative
  • Significant step towards deepening defence technology cooperation between India & US
  • Outlines collaboration between Indian Air Force & DRDO towards design, development, demonstration, testing and evaluation of systems to co-develop ALUAV Prototype

Ministry of Defence and US Department of Defence signed a Project Agreement (PA) for Air-Launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (ALUAV) under the Joint Working Group Air Systems in the Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI) on July 30, 2021. The PA for ALUAV falls under the Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDT&E) Memorandum of Agreement between Ministry of Defence and US Department of Defence, which was first signed in January 2006 and renewed in January 2015. The agreement is a significant step towards deepening defence technology collaboration between the two nations through co-development of defence equipment.


The main aim of DTTI is to bring sustained leadership focus to promote collaborative technology exchange and create opportunities for co-production and co-development of future technologies for Indian and US military forces. Under DTTI, Joint Working Groups on land, naval, air, and aircraft carrier technologies have been established for focus on mutually agreed projects in respective domains. The PA for co-development of ALUAV has been overseen by the Joint Working Group on Air Systems and is a major accomplishment for DTTI.


The PA outlines the collaboration between Air Force Research Laboratory, Indian Air Force, and Defence Research and Development Organisation towards design, development, demonstration, testing and evaluation of systems to co-develop an ALUAV Prototype. The Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE) at DRDO and the Aerospace Systems Directorate at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), along with the Indian and US Air Forces, are the principal organisations for execution of PA.


The agreement was signed by the co-chairs of the Joint Working Group Air Systems under DTTI, Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Plans Air Vice Marshal Narmdeshwar Tiwari from the Indian Air Force and Director, Air Force Security Assistance and Cooperation Directorate Brigadier General Brian R. Bruckbauer from the US Air Force.

 

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India, US sign pact for cooperation in development of air-launched UAV

The defence ministry said on Friday that the Project Agreement (PA) for ALUAV was signed on July 30 under the overall framework of the Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI).


India and the United States have signed an agreement for cooperation in the development of Air-Launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (ALUAV), in yet another step to further expand bilateral defence and military cooperation.
The defence ministry said on Friday that the Project Agreement (PA) for ALUAV was signed on July 30 under the overall framework of the Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI).

The pact was signed between the Ministry of Defence and the US Department of Defence.
The defence ministry described it as a significant step towards deepening defence technology cooperation between India and the US.
"The Ministry of Defence and the US Department of Defence signed a Project Agreement (PA) for ALUAV under the Joint Working Group Air Systems in the Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI) on July 30," it said in a statement.
The PA pact falls under the ambit of the Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDT&E) agreement between the two sides that was first signed in 2006 and renewed in January 2015.
"The PA outlines the collaboration between Air Force Research Laboratory, Indian Air Force, and Defence Research and Development Organisation towards design, development, demonstration, testing and evaluation of systems to co-develop an ALUAV Prototype," the ministry said.
It said the main aim of DTTI is to bring sustained leadership focus to promote collaborative technology exchange and create opportunities for co-production and co-development of future technologies for Indian and US military forces.
Under DTTI, Joint Working Groups on land, naval, air, and aircraft carrier technologies have been established to focus on mutually agreed projects in respective domains.
"The PA for co-development of ALUAV has been overseen by the Joint Working Group on Air Systems and is a major accomplishment for DTTI," the ministry said.
The Indo-US defence ties have been on an upswing in the last few years.
In June 2016, the US had designated India as a "Major Defence Partner".
The two countries have also inked key defence and security pacts over the past few years, including the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) in 2016 that allows their militaries to use each other's bases for repair and replenishment of supplies as well as provides for deeper cooperation.
The two sides have also signed COMCASA (Communications Compatibility and Security Agreement) in 2018 that provides for interoperability between the two militaries and the sale of high-end technology from the US to India.
In October last year, India and the US sealed the BECA (Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement) agreement to further boost bilateral defence ties. The pact provides for sharing of high-end military technology, logistics and geospatial maps between the two countries.

 

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Indian PM Narendra Modi is expected to travel to the US in the last week of September to meet US President Joe Biden.
 

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