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Kerry heads to India to end relationship rut

US Secretary of State John Kerry turns to wave as he boards a plane to New Delhi, at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington on July 29, 2014US Secretary of State John Kerry headed Tuesday to India on a mission to break the ice with new Prime Minister Narendra Modi and repair a rut in a once warming relationship. For the past two decades, the world’s two largest democracies have described themselves as natural allies as they share similar concerns over China’s rise and Islamic extremism. The Hindu nationalist Modi had been treated as a pariah by Washington before he led his party to a decisive victory in April-May elections. “This is a potentially transformative moment in our partnership with India, and we’re determined to deliver on the strategic and historic opportunities that we can create together,” Kerry said.

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