Narendra Modi's Washington test

Narendra Modi's Washington test

If Modi gets the world’s biggest power right, his pursuit of larger global goals...
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Ready to do business with Narendra Modi, says US

Mar 07 2014, 14:29 IST
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US Ambassador to India Nancy Powell had visited Narendra Modi at his home in Gandhinagar last month. US Ambassador to India Nancy Powell had visited Narendra Modi at his home in Gandhinagar last month.
SummaryWashington gives clearest sign that it will drop visa ban on Narendra Modi if he wins upcoming elections.

be given a visa is hypothetical. Should he become the country's next leader, he would automatically receive a US visa, they say.

Narendra Modi himself has not commented on the travel ban, but for his supporters in the Bharatiya Janata Party and outside the U.S. decision has been a sore point. Senior party leader Arun Jaitley said last month that the US boycott had not been based on any evidence or court verdict but on "excessive propaganda".

Britain was the first European country to end its boycott on meeting Modi followed by other European countries last year.

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