Indian officials say terrorism and trade will top the agenda when Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh meets with President Bush on Monday in Washington. Mr. Singh, who leaves India on Sunday, will also discuss cooperation on civilian nuclear power and India's joint bid for a permanent UN Security Council seat. Indian foreign ministry officials said the three-day US visit will mark a new phase in relations between the United States and India, which they say is a population giant with rising economic and political clout. India's Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran says the visit will reaffirm at the highest level the transformation that is taking place in India-US relations. He says what India is really looking for is a genuine partnership between the two democracies.