Senators John Cornyn and Mark Warner, co-chairs of the India Caucus in the Senate, today requested that U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer consider dellizaying removing India from the Generalized System of Preferences program by at least 30 days.  The senators (Cornyn is a Republican from Texas and Warner is a Democrat from Virginia) acknowledge that there are market access issues with India, but want to delay negotiations until after India holds their elections.   The India elections are scheduled to conclude on May 23rd.