NEW DELHI (AP) -- The United States and India are calling on Pakistan to do more to stop terrorism and have pledged to keep up pressure on Iran over its nuclear program.
However, the two sides remain divided over India's oil imports from Iran. The U.S. wants to see further cuts in Indian imports.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told reporters at the end of her trip to India on Tuesday that the world needs to keep pressure on Iran. She also said the U.S. was reluctant to give out waivers for countries that continue to import oil from Iran.
She spoke after meeting with Indian Minister of External Affairs S.M. Krishna.