• U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns is scheduled to visit New Delhi to discuss a “whole gamut” of relationship with top Indian leaders.

  • On his maiden trip to India as the Deputy Secretary of State — the most powerful position in the U.S. State Department after the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton — Mr. Burns’ visit is reflective of the high-level engagement between the two countries in the aftermath of the Bali meet between the Indian Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, and the U.S. President, Barack Obama.

  • main focus is on bilateral ties.