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Civil nuclear deal, defence to figure in Indo-US talks

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NEW DELHI, Jan 24 � The civil nuclear deal, technology transfer and joint ventures in defence will be among the key areas where India and the US will like to have �concrete deliverables� during the three-day high-voltage trip of US President Barack Obama from tomorrow, reports PTI.

Both countries are working hard to have �excellent� outcomes during the visit of Obama, who will have a tight schedule including talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, attending Republic Day celebrations as the chief guest, meeting with business leaders, and an address on �India and America: The Future We Can Build Together�.

Describing the Presidential visit as �one of our most important diplomatic engagements in recent times�, Spokesperson in the External Affairs Ministry Syed Akbaruddin had said cooperation in key areas of defence, security, counter-terrorism and the situation in India�s extended neighbourhood would be among the issues to be discussed between Obama and Prime Minister Modi.

Asked about the differences between the two sides on the nuclear deal, he said that �progress has been made� during the previous negotiations and India was looking forward to �effectively� work with the US in the �extremely important� nuclear field.

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Civil nuclear deal, defence to figure in Indo-US talks

NEW DELHI, Jan 24 � The civil nuclear deal, technology transfer and joint ventures in defence will be among the key areas where India and the US will like to have �concrete deliverables� during the three-day high-voltage trip of US President Barack Obama from tomorrow, reports PTI.

Both countries are working hard to have �excellent� outcomes during the visit of Obama, who will have a tight schedule including talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, attending Republic Day celebrations as the chief guest, meeting with business leaders, and an address on �India and America: The Future We Can Build Together�.

Describing the Presidential visit as �one of our most important diplomatic engagements in recent times�, Spokesperson in the External Affairs Ministry Syed Akbaruddin had said cooperation in key areas of defence, security, counter-terrorism and the situation in India�s extended neighbourhood would be among the issues to be discussed between Obama and Prime Minister Modi.

Asked about the differences between the two sides on the nuclear deal, he said that �progress has been made� during the previous negotiations and India was looking forward to �effectively� work with the US in the �extremely important� nuclear field.