Barrack obama’s India visit: Obama called for renewed partnership with India in a host of areas ranging from clean energy to farming and crop forecasting to food processing, and said both nations should work together to curb protectionism. "As global partners, we can promote prosperity in both our countries... Together, we can create the high-tech, high-wage jobs of the future. "As G-20 partners, we can make sure the global economic recovery is a strong and durable recovery," he said. In his address to Members of Parliament, Obama said: "Together, we can resist the protectionism that stifles growth and innovation. The US remains - and will continue to remain - one of the most open economies in the world." Seeking reciprocity to break trade and investment barriers, Obama said: "By opening markets and reducing barriers to foreign investment, India can realize its full economic potential as well." The US President said the two sides can work together as equal partners in a host of areas including climate change, clean energy, agriculture productivity and even research among students, colleges and universities. He called upon India and the rest of the world to condemn the atrocities occurring under regimes like the one in Myanmar, urging India not to shy away and that it would not mean interfering in others’ affairs but “standing for universal values.” On the sticky issue of Doha round of global trade negotiations, he said India and the US can strive for a global trade deal which is ambitious and balanced. However, he said the two countries should show the "courage" to make "compromises"……!!!!and like always we star licking his ass….hmmm sarkozy India’s visit: Nuclear energy would be the “focus” of Indo-French cooperation, he said, lauding the “considerable environmental benefit” and “energy independence” that it brought. As much as 80 per cent of France's electricity came from nuclear source. India's decision to expand its nuclear energy production from 4,000 to 62,000 megawatts in 20 years represents a “change of attitude.” With the completion of the proposed nuclear power project at Jaitapur, to be built in collaboration with the French company Areva, the six Indo-French EPR plants would provide 10,000 megawatts of energy, said Mr. Sarkozy. France hoped to take in three times the number of Indian students in its universities by 2012 compared to 2007, he said. “France wishes to expand ties with Indian universities, and wants to host more Indian students.” Mr. Sarkozy said: “No nation and no region can live in isolation. If we succeed in defeating terrorism and the insurgency in Afghanistan and Pakistan, we will have eliminated a major source of global instability Gordon brown India’s visit: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrived in India Sunday on a two-day state visit aimed at boosting economic ties and enhancing cooperation in a range of areas including education, counter-terrorism and climate change. planned to focus on talks to increase trade and investment with india. The British premier is scheduled to be given an honorary degree by Delhi University and is expected to announce plans to train 750,000 English teachers in India. 'A strong bilateral relationship is of priority for both countries, for economic and commercial, historical and foreign policy reasons and the presence of a large community of Indian origin in UK,' spokesperson for India's Ministry for External Affairs Navtej Sarna said Wen jiabao India’s visit: During Wen's visit to India, China hopes to "strengthen the high level contacts to enhance strategic mutual trust and build consensus", Hu said. "Economically we hope to expand bilateral trade, intensify mutual investment and enhance cooperation in infrastructure, construction and other fields. China hopes to intensify people-to-people contacts, hope to share each other's experiences of development so that we can compliment with each other's strengths," he said. On the cultural front, Hu said, China hopes to intensify people-to people-exchanges, "enhance mutual understanding to gain more popular support for our relations to maintain positive cooperation for peace". "On the international and regional affairs we hope to intensify communication and coordination and make positive contribution to the maintenance of peace and stability in the world and promote common development," he said. The expectations during Wen's visit are that there should be speedy progress in the resolution of the border dispute, discontinuation of stapled visas, stop cooperating with Pakistan on the nuclear and ballistic missile issues, opening of the Chinese market and reduction in trade deficits and carrying forward on counter-terrorism measures The Chinese expectations mainly focus on India giving up territories in Arunachal Pradesh (southern Tibet as the Chinese recently suggested), boycotting the Nobel Peace Prize award ceremony (which South Block has ignored), reining in the Dalai Lama and the Tibetans (who were accused of internationalising the Tibet issue), free trade zone proposals, etc. As Premier Wen said at Hanoi in October 2010, 'To make the visit a productive one, we need to discuss and reach a consensus on some major aspects.' While there is a modicum of consensus between the two countries at certain multilateral fields, differences on regional and bilateral issues have stalled both from overcoming a relatively stagnant relationship. Consensus then eludes the two leaderships on a number of issues and that will be the focus of discussions during Wen's visit. Dimitry medvedev India’s visit: Dring this visit, Dmitry Medvedev, signed a total of 30 agreements with India, which covered areas like defence, power, gas, petrochemicals, trade etc. It was his second official visit to India after he first visited India in December 2008. Relations between Russia and India have blossomed in recent years, with India becoming one of the biggest importers of Russian military hardwareIn 2009, Russian-Indian trade reached the $7.5 billion mark. It grew 20 percent in the first nine months of 2010, and the countries plan to raise the figure to $20 billion by 2015. India and Russia are expected to sign an agreement for their joint development of cruise missile, during Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to India in Dec 2010.One of the highlights of the visit would be signing of a contract for joint development of hypersonic version of the BrahMos cruise missile, Defence Ministry sources told. During the visit of the Russian President, a number of other defence deals are also expected to be signed.