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Other Asian nations that are considering trade agreements with the West, Vietnam has already colored a “mini” trade agreement that has been concluded and can be signed, has remained blocked only because of this condition, several sources said ThePrint. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was the guest of honour at the first state dinner of U.S. President Barack Obama`s administration on November 24, 2009. Subsequently, Obama visited India from November 6-9, 2010 and signed numerous trade and defense agreements with India. He was speaking at the joint meeting of the Indian Parliament in New Delhi and became only the second President of the United States to do so and announced that the United States would support India`s bid for a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council, meaning the growing strategic dimension of relations between the world`s two largest democracies.  Read also: Forget trade agreements, Simple business, the United States cannot sell its own real estate in Mumbai for 5 years “India cannot afford to have the Bombay Club that existed in the early 1990s, it is necessary to remain linked to other countries, and this includes trade and economic cooperation,” said Sanjaya Baru, economist and media advisor to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, previously. The Bombay Club was made up of renowned Indian industrialists who, in 1993, supported the process of economic liberalization in order to create protection and measures for a level playing field. Both the USIBC and USISPF have made written commitments to the White House and the USTR office to sign the small trade agreement before the November presidential elections. The United States and India remain different on issues ranging from trade to civil liberties.
In an affidavit filed on 13 February 2015 before the Delhi Supreme Court, India`s Ministry of the Interior stated that national reports on rights and practices had become instruments of foreign policy: “The United States, the United Kingdom and the EU have made it clear in government documents and declarations that these reports are made to use them as instruments of foreign policy.” The affidavit also stated that the reports of the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Parliament were biased because “they do not give the Indian government or the local embassy/High Commission the opportunity to draft their opinion and are highly biased vis-à-vis the destination country.”  The U.S. State Department`s 2014 Annual Report on Human Trafficking (TIP) appeared to view the Khobragade incident as an example of human trafficking: “An Indian consular officer at the New York Consulate was charged in December 2013 with visa fraud in connection with their alleged exploitation of an Indian domestic worker.”  In response, India did not take any urgency to authorize visits to India by the U.S. Ambassador for Human Trafficking, Susan P. Coppedge, and U.S. Special Envoy for LGBT Rights Randy Berry. According to Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, homosexuality was illegal in India. The Indian ambassador to the United States, Arun K. Singh, reaffirmed India`s commitment to work in an international framework to address the problem of human trafficking, but rejected all “unilateral assessments” of another country as “We will never accept” and downplayed the importance of visits: “If you ask a U.S. official when someone gets a visa, they always say, “We will consider when a visa will be requested…. I can do nothing better than repeating the United States.