Living an American Dream
By Angelina Nair
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By Arpita Chattaraj Mukhopadhyay
How do you think the U.S. presidential election will impact U.S.-India relations?
By Mukib Ahmed Barbhuiya
The relations between the United States of America and India dates long back to the early days of India’s independence from the Colonial rule. The two countries went through numerous struggles to overcome the dominance of hitherto super power and succeeded in attaining freedom through relentless and united efforts by its citizens. The nature of fight for freedom was almost identical and was guided by some exemplary leadership throughout the days of struggle.
THE CERTAIN FUTURE OF HOPE: 2016 Presidential Elections and Indo-US Relations
By Sanjay Balaji M.
When the British left the subcontinent after nearly 300 years of colonial rule India was nothing but a leached out potato. After its independence in 1947, it was hit hard by famine after famine unable to provide for its children later helped by a man called Norman Borlaug it is now the second largest producer of wheat and rice in the world. India as a democracy would have failed if it weren’t for that American but now here we are stronger than ever before. From wheat farms to Mars Indo-US relations has progressed on numerous frontiers throughout the years.