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Time to set new agenda in Indo-US ties, says joint editorial written by PM Modi and US Prez Obama


India and the United States today said the partnership between the two countries is robust, reliable and enduring, and it is expanding.

In a joint editorial by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama published in the Washington Post today, they wrote although as nations India and the US have partnered over the decades but still the true potential of their relationship has yet to be fully realized.

The two leaders said it is time to set a new agenda that realizes concrete benefits to the citizens of both countries.

The joint editorial says the agenda will enable the two countries to find ways to expand collaboration in trade, investment and technology. This will harmonize with India's ambitious development agenda, while sustaining the United States as the global engine of growth.

It further says that when the two leaders meet today for Summit level talks in Washington, they will discuss ways that can boost manufacturing and expand affordable renewable energy, while sustainably securing the future of their common environment.

The two leaders also wrote the advent of a new government in India is a natural opportunity to broaden and deepen relationship.

The editorial further says the two countries can discuss ways in which businesses, scientists and governments can partner as India works to improve the quality, reliability and availability of basic services, especially for the poorest of citizens.

It further says the, the United States is ready to assist in the "Clean India" campaign, where expertise, technology and private and civil society innovation can be leveraged to improve sanitation and hygiene throughout India.

The two leaders also wrote that while India will benefit from the growth generated by U.S. investment and technical partnerships, the United States will benefit from a stronger, more prosperous India.

In turn, the region and the world benefit from the greater stability and security that their friendship creates.

They also wrote about their committed to enhancing homeland security by sharing intelligence, through counterterrorism and law-enforcement cooperation.

India and US will also collaborate in health to combat the spread of Ebola, researching cancer cures or conquering diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria and dengue.

The two countries will work together to empower women, build capacity and improve food security in Afghanistan and Africa.

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