The military agreement was signed during the third round of the 2-2 ministerial dialogue and paves the way for a comprehensive and close partnership between India and the United States. The signing of these agreements is, under U.S. law, mandatory for the United States to enter into military alliances in the export of sensitive equipment. Britain and France had territories in North and South America, as well as in the Indian subcontinent. In 1778, when France declared war on Britain, fighting broke out between the British and French colonies in India.  This marked the beginning of the Second Anglo-Mysore War. Hyder Ali, the sultan of the kingdom of Mysore, allied himself with the French. From 1780 to 1783, Franco-Mysorean troops fought in several campaigns against the British in western and southern India, in several places such as Mahé and Mangalore. According to some analysts, relations between India and the United States are strained because of the Obama administration`s actions toward Pakistan and the management of the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan.
  India`s National Security Adviser, K. Narayanan, criticized the Obama administration for linked the Kashmir conflict to instability in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and said President Obama had “barked at the wrong tree.”  In February 2009, foreign policy also criticized Obama`s action on South Asia and stated that “India can be part of the solution, not part of the problem” in South Asia. He also suggested that India could play a more proactive role in rebuilding Afghanistan, regardless of the Obama administration`s attitude.  Clearly referring to the growing gap between the two countries, India decided not to accept a U.S. invitation to a conference on Afghanistan in late February 2009.  Bloomberg also reported that public sentiment in India since the Mumbai bombings in 2008 was to push Pakistan to take action against those behind the terrorist attack, and that this could reflect on the upcoming Indian parliamentary elections in May 2009. As a result, the Obama administration may be at odds with India`s rigid attitude against terrorism.  Among the major recent developments are the rapid growth of the Indian economy, the strengthening of ties between Indian and American industries, particularly in the fields of information and communication technologies (ICT), engineering and medicine, an informal organization for an increasingly confident China, robust cooperation in the fight against terrorism , the deterioration of U.S.-Pakistan relations, the easing of export controls on dual-use goods and technologies (99% of the licences requested are now authorized). “ and the reversal of long-standing American resistance to India`s strategic agenda.
The signing of LEMOA was in itself a confirmation of mutual trust between the two military personnel and its application will strengthen confidence. It took nearly a decade to negotiate LEMOA, and the exercise somehow filled the confidence gap between India and the United States, paving the way for the other two founding pacts. This decision applies only to Mr Narendra Modi. It is based on the fact that, as head of government in Gujarat, he was responsible for the performance of public institutions between February 2002 and May 2002. The Foreign Ministry`s detailed views on this issue are contained in its annual national reports on human rights practices and in the International Report on Freedom of Religion. Both reports reflect the violence that took place in Gujarat from February 2002 to May 2002 and cite the report of the Indian National Human Rights Commission, which states that “the government failed to control the continued violation of the rights of life, liberty, equality and dignity of the people of the state.”  Relations between India at the time of The British Raj and the United States were thin.  Swami Vivekananda promoted yoga and vedanta in the United States to the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago at the 1893 World`s Fair.