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Topic - S.M. Krishna
The attack on a Sikh temple in Wisconsin sent diplomatic shockwaves from Washington to New Delhi, with U.S. officials expressing anguish and condolences and Indian officials demanding protection for Indian-Americans, especially Sikh men who wear turbans and full beards and are sometimes mistaken for Muslims.
The U.S. and India agreed Wednesday that there is room for growth in their economic relationship, which has been hampered by the slow pace of reform in New Delhi.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Tuesday pledged robust counterterrorism cooperation with India while assuring Indian officials that the Obama administration won't ease pressure on Pakistan to combat extremists or allow the Taliban to regain power in Afghanistan with a precipitous withdrawal of American troops.
S.M. Krishna told the General Assembly that India has resumed dialogue with Pakistan and wants to normalize relations.
"An unwarranted reference has been made to Jammu and Kashmir from this podium," he said. "We wish to make it abundantly clear that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India."