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Modi, McCain speak of 'revitalising' India-US ties

In this handout photograph received from the Press Information Bureau (PIB) on July 3, 2014 US Senator John McCain (L) talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New DelhiPrime Minister Narendra Modi stressed his desire to boost ties with the United States Thursday during a meeting with Senator John McCain, a day after another snooping row sparked by Washington’s National Security Agency. Modi conveyed his wish to “further deepen and expand the strategic partnership” between the two countries during talks with McCain — the first high-ranking US politician to visit since India’s change of government in May. The meeting came a day after India summoned the top US diplomat in New Delhi to complain for the third time about alleged spying by the National Security Agency. A document leaked by fugitive intelligence worker Edward Snowden and published by the Washington Post on Monday showed the NSA was authorised to spy on Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party in 2010.

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