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The agreement was announced after Mrs Clinton, the US secretary of state, met the Indian prime minister, Manmohan Singh, in the Indian capital. S.M. Krishna, India's external affairs minister, said India had agreed to buy US defence equipment under an arrangement which will allow Washington to monitor its "end-use" to prevent weapons technology being sold on to rogue regimes. Mrs Clinton said the agreement "will pave the way for greater defence co-operation" between the two countries. The agreement puts the United States ahead of its rivals as India prepares to spend billions on modernising its armed forces, including the purchase...