US signs cybersecurity agreement with India

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"The United States joined India in this Strategic Dialogue because we believe — as President Obama has said — that the relationship between India and the United States will be a defining partnership in the 21st century," Clinton said.

"The stakes are high. So it is critical that this dialogue lead to concrete and coordinated steps that each of our governments take to produce real results that make a difference in our people’s lives."

Aside from security, Clinton emphasized the need to reduce trade barriers between the two nations, and touted the potential of the civil nuclear agreement signed by the two nations.

"I look forward to the day when the computers of a school in Gujarat are powered by a reactor designed in America," Clinton said.