At the time of this writing there seems to be nothing about this meeting in the U.S. media or at the USTR website. The Indian press is a whole different story — you won't have any problem finding articles in their media touting the meeting.
In order to get verification of this meeting outside of the Indian media I resorted to using a Communist Chinese press release. The Chinese got their jab at the end of the article by reminding us that the U.S. trade deficit with India was 8 billion dollars in 2008, which seems like chump change compared to our $268 billion deficit with China.
So, here is the news: U.S Trade Representative Ron Kirk will meet with Indian Commerce Minister Anand Sharma for the U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum (TPF) meeting in India scheduled for Oct. 26. According to Wikipedia Kirk is a NAFTA supporter, so it's probably fair to say that he will get a receptive audience in India.