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Topic - Srinivasan
"At no time in the history of Kashmir had the U.S. administration been on the side of India," Mr. Sreenivasan said. "It marked the beginning of a spring in India-U.S. relations."
Mr. Sreenivasan said the four weeks after India's tests in May "were the hardest in the relationship," as Mr. Clinton imposed "sweeping comprehensive sanctions" against India.