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  • PM Modi 'is Tough and Also Has Style,' Says President Barack Obama

    PM Modi 'is Tough and Also Has Style,' Says President Barack Obama

    If Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned his "chemistry" with the US President after the bilateral summit, Mr Obama reciprocated during the banquet at Rashtrapati Bhavan this evening.

  • India, US Find Common Ground on Climate, Renewable Energy

    India, US Find Common Ground on Climate, Renewable Energy

    India and the US broke the logjams that had been proving a hurdle on the implementation of the civil-nuclear deal signed in 2009. The ball is now in the court of the companies that are expected to fructify it. Significant agreements were also made on several other fronts, including the defence, economic ties, climate change and renewable energy.

  • 'What we Spoke About, Let That be Under Wraps,' PM Modi on Chai pe Charcha With President Barack Obama

    'What we Spoke About, Let That be Under Wraps,' PM Modi on Chai pe Charcha With President Barack Obama

    US President Barack Obama was given a ceremonial welcome after his arrival today in Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi broke protocol to receive him at the airport.

  • 'Thank You for Chai pe Charcha,' President Barack Obama Says After PM Modi Pours Tea

    'Thank You for Chai pe Charcha,' President Barack Obama Says After PM Modi Pours Tea

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama had a tete-e-tete on the lawns of Hyderabad House after their lunch today. The two leaders had a walk, which was followed by tea during which the Prime Minister poured out the beverage for his guest.

  • From Cold Shoulder to Hugs: President Obama and PM Modi's Changed Dynamic

    From Cold Shoulder to Hugs: President Obama and PM Modi's Changed Dynamic

    As Barack Obama and Narendra Modi clasped each other in a bear hug today, the US and Indian leaders highlighted a bond that observers say stems in part from their humble backgrounds and mutual outsider status.

  • Hard to Match This Reception: 5 Big Barack Obama Quotes Today

    Hard to Match This Reception: 5 Big Barack Obama Quotes Today

    US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama landed in New Delhi this morning. The President had several engagements since, including a ceremonial reception, a visit to Mahatma Gandhi's Samadhi at Rajghat and a lunch meeting and discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House.

  • President Barack Obama and PM Modi Aim High With India Summit

    President Barack Obama and PM Modi Aim High With India Summit

    US President Barack Obama's visit is a fresh bid to make Asia's third-largest economy an enduring strategic partner.

  • As President Obama Arrives in India, White House Tweets 'Jai Hind'

    As President Obama Arrives in India, White House Tweets 'Jai Hind'

    The US National Security Council on Sunday tweeted: "President Obama is honoured to be back in India to celebrate Republic Day and to begin a new chapter in the US-India partnership. Jai Hind!"

  • India upset with Obama's press secretary

    India upset with Obama's press secretary

    The Obamas' visit was generally accepted as a win-win one, at least by India.    The President's Jai Hind, the First Lady's dance with schoolchildren, and the offer of support for India's bid for a permanent seat at the United Nation Security Council - however vague - were among several crowd-pleasing moments But the post-script...

  • Obama visit ends, a win-win for both sides

    Obama visit ends, a win-win for both sides

    US President Barack Obama on Tuesday left New Delhi for Indonesia after his three-day visit to India, during which he announced support for New Delhi's bid for a permanent seat in the UN Security Council and asked Pakistan to bring perpetrators of 26/11 attacks to justice.Obama and his wife Michelle were given a warm send-off by Minister-in-Waiting...

  • Spellbound Congress MP gifts chain to US President

    Spellbound Congress MP gifts chain to US President

    Spellbound by Barack Obama's speech in the Parliament, a Congress MP from Andhra Pradesh today gifted a golden chain with south sea pearls which he was wearing to the US President who immediately accepted it.Rayapati Sambasiva Rao, the MP from Guntur, went to Obama after he concluded his 35-minutes-long speech to the members of both the Houses and ...

  • US officials tiff with security men over access to venue

    US officials tiff with security men over access to venue

    American officials and media today had a tiff with Indian security personnel over access to a venue for a photo op of a meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama.The incident took place at Hyderabad House when the American side wanted eight "pool" photo-journalists to be allowed inside to cover the event, sources s...

  • Full Text: India-US joint statement

    Full Text: India-US joint statement

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama have issued a joint statement on the third day of the US President's India visit. Here's the full text of the statement:Reaffirming their nations' shared values and increasing convergence of interests, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President Barack Obama resolved today in New Delhi to ...

  • Sonia Gandhi, Sushma Swaraj call on Obama

    Sonia Gandhi, Sushma Swaraj call on Obama

    Vice President Hamid Ansari, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi accompanied by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj today called on US President Barack Obama to discuss bilateral and other issues.Ansari was the first to meet Obama soon after the joint press conference of the US President with Prime Ministe...

  • Quotable quotes of the Obama visit

    Quotable quotes of the Obama visit

    US President Barack Obama is on a four-day presidential visit to India. During the trip, Obama got over 50,000 jobs for Americans, wooed India Inc, interacted with India's Gen Next and addressed the Indian Parliament. We take a look at some of the quotable quotes from this visit:I look forward to a reformed UN Security Council that includes India a...

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  • PM Modi 'is Tough and Also Has Style,' Says President Barack Obama

    PM Modi 'is Tough and Also Has Style,' Says President Barack Obama

    If Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned his "chemistry" with the US President after the bilateral summit, Mr Obama reciprocated during the banquet at Rashtrapati Bhavan this evening.

  • India, US Find Common Ground on Climate, Renewable Energy

    India, US Find Common Ground on Climate, Renewable Energy

    India and the US broke the logjams that had been proving a hurdle on the implementation of the civil-nuclear deal signed in 2009. The ball is now in the court of the companies that are expected to fructify it. Significant agreements were also made on several other fronts, including the defence, economic ties, climate change and renewable energy.

  • 'What we Spoke About, Let That be Under Wraps,' PM Modi on Chai pe Charcha With President Barack Obama

    'What we Spoke About, Let That be Under Wraps,' PM Modi on Chai pe Charcha With President Barack Obama

    US President Barack Obama was given a ceremonial welcome after his arrival today in Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi broke protocol to receive him at the airport.

  • 'Thank You for Chai pe Charcha,' President Barack Obama Says After PM Modi Pours Tea

    'Thank You for Chai pe Charcha,' President Barack Obama Says After PM Modi Pours Tea

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama had a tete-e-tete on the lawns of Hyderabad House after their lunch today. The two leaders had a walk, which was followed by tea during which the Prime Minister poured out the beverage for his guest.

  • From Cold Shoulder to Hugs: President Obama and PM Modi's Changed Dynamic

    From Cold Shoulder to Hugs: President Obama and PM Modi's Changed Dynamic

    As Barack Obama and Narendra Modi clasped each other in a bear hug today, the US and Indian leaders highlighted a bond that observers say stems in part from their humble backgrounds and mutual outsider status.

  • Hard to Match This Reception: 5 Big Barack Obama Quotes Today

    Hard to Match This Reception: 5 Big Barack Obama Quotes Today

    US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama landed in New Delhi this morning. The President had several engagements since, including a ceremonial reception, a visit to Mahatma Gandhi's Samadhi at Rajghat and a lunch meeting and discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House.

  • President Barack Obama and PM Modi Aim High With India Summit

    President Barack Obama and PM Modi Aim High With India Summit

    US President Barack Obama's visit is a fresh bid to make Asia's third-largest economy an enduring strategic partner.

  • As President Obama Arrives in India, White House Tweets 'Jai Hind'

    As President Obama Arrives in India, White House Tweets 'Jai Hind'

    The US National Security Council on Sunday tweeted: "President Obama is honoured to be back in India to celebrate Republic Day and to begin a new chapter in the US-India partnership. Jai Hind!"

  • India upset with Obama's press secretary

    India upset with Obama's press secretary

    The Obamas' visit was generally accepted as a win-win one, at least by India.    The President's Jai Hind, the First Lady's dance with schoolchildren, and the offer of support for India's bid for a permanent seat at the United Nation Security Council - however vague - were among several crowd-pleasing moments But the post-script...

  • Obama visit ends, a win-win for both sides

    Obama visit ends, a win-win for both sides

    US President Barack Obama on Tuesday left New Delhi for Indonesia after his three-day visit to India, during which he announced support for New Delhi's bid for a permanent seat in the UN Security Council and asked Pakistan to bring perpetrators of 26/11 attacks to justice.Obama and his wife Michelle were given a warm send-off by Minister-in-Waiting...

  • Spellbound Congress MP gifts chain to US President

    Spellbound Congress MP gifts chain to US President

    Spellbound by Barack Obama's speech in the Parliament, a Congress MP from Andhra Pradesh today gifted a golden chain with south sea pearls which he was wearing to the US President who immediately accepted it.Rayapati Sambasiva Rao, the MP from Guntur, went to Obama after he concluded his 35-minutes-long speech to the members of both the Houses and ...

  • US officials tiff with security men over access to venue

    US officials tiff with security men over access to venue

    American officials and media today had a tiff with Indian security personnel over access to a venue for a photo op of a meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama.The incident took place at Hyderabad House when the American side wanted eight "pool" photo-journalists to be allowed inside to cover the event, sources s...

  • Full Text: India-US joint statement

    Full Text: India-US joint statement

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama have issued a joint statement on the third day of the US President's India visit. Here's the full text of the statement:Reaffirming their nations' shared values and increasing convergence of interests, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President Barack Obama resolved today in New Delhi to ...

  • Sonia Gandhi, Sushma Swaraj call on Obama

    Sonia Gandhi, Sushma Swaraj call on Obama

    Vice President Hamid Ansari, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi accompanied by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj today called on US President Barack Obama to discuss bilateral and other issues.Ansari was the first to meet Obama soon after the joint press conference of the US President with Prime Ministe...

  • Quotable quotes of the Obama visit

    Quotable quotes of the Obama visit

    US President Barack Obama is on a four-day presidential visit to India. During the trip, Obama got over 50,000 jobs for Americans, wooed India Inc, interacted with India's Gen Next and addressed the Indian Parliament. We take a look at some of the quotable quotes from this visit:I look forward to a reformed UN Security Council that includes India a...

  • Obama a 'personal friend', says PM

    Obama a 'personal friend', says PM

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President Barack Obama on Monday showered effusive praise on each other during their meeting here with the US leader "very much" commending Singh's "sincere" and "relentless" desire to work towards reducing tensions with Pakistan.On his part, Singh called Obama a "personal friend and a charismatic leader who has ma...

  • Obama arrives at Parliament, to address the House soon

    Obama arrives at Parliament, to address the House soon

    US President Barack Obama has arrived at the Parliament, where he will address a joint session in the Central Hall at 5:30 pm, which has been decked up for the occasion. Hamid Ansari is making the opening address right now, which will be followed by Obama's 20-minute speech. The Lok Sabha Speaker will give the vote of thanks. Obama is the first ...

  • India not stealing US jobs: PM to Obama

    India not stealing US jobs: PM to Obama

    India on Monday asserted that it was not in the business of stealing American jobs, even as US President Barack Obama said that deals with India to create 50,000 jobs back home were aimed at assuaging citizens' fears."India is not in the business of stealing jobs from the US... outsourcing (work to India) has helped improve the productive capacity ...

  • President's Bodyguard older than US

    President's Bodyguard older than US

    The President's Bodyguard, which ceremonially welcomed US President Barack Obama at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, was formed in 1773. That is three years before the US became independent.The Corps was raised at Benares, now Varanasi, in Uttar Pradesh, by the then Governor-General Warren Hastings, with a strength of 50 men and horses, according to the web...

  • Michelle gets a taste of India at Crafts Museum

    Michelle gets a taste of India at Crafts Museum

    US First Lady Michelle Obama on Monday got a taste of India's rich cultural diversity when she visited the National Crafts Museum in New Delhi and had a glimpse of the varied skills of artisans from across the country.Attired in a green skirt and a black top, 46-year-old Michelle reached the museum soon after paying respects at Mahatma Gandhi's mem...

  • Obama pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat

    Obama pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat

    US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle paid tributes to Mahatma Gandhi atRajghat and said they will always remember "the great soul" who changed the world with his message of peace, tolerance and love.The Obamas reached the memorial of the Father of the Nation in New Delhi after being accorded a ceremonial reception at the Rashtrapati Bh...

  • India is a world power, can work with US for global peace

    India is a world power, can work with US for global peace

    US President Barack Obama on Monday said India was now a world power and the two countries can work together on issues like counter-terrorism to promote peace, stability and prosperity for the whole world.He said the has undertaken the trip to India to strengthen what is already an incredible friendship that would be one of the defining partnership...

  • Obama greeted with grandeur in India

    Obama greeted with grandeur in India

    US President Barack Obama heralded the relationship between the United States and India as a "defining partnership" of the 21st century on Monday during a grand ceremony marking his visit to the world's largest democracy.Obama's limousine was escorted to Rashtrapati Bhavan, the palatial residence of India's president, by guards on horseback. Obama ...

  • Obama address: MPs told to behave

    Obama address: MPs told to behave

    US President Barack Obama will address a joint session of Parliament on Monday and MPs have been told to behave in a dignified manner during the US President's address.The advisory has been sent by the Parliament Affairs ministry to leaders of parliamentary parties to ensure that there is decorum and dignity of the institution is maintained.Several...

  • Obama visit: Key events today

    Obama visit: Key events today

    It's a packed day for US President Barack Obama.Let's take a look at the key events he will be attending on Monday:Just after 11 am the significant bilateral meetings with Prime Minister Manmohan at Hyderabad House.This will be followed by the joint news conference at 1:15 pm.At 4:25 pm a courtesy meeting with Leader of Opposition Sushma Swaraj is ...

  • Joint statement to refer to terror

    Joint statement to refer to terror

    US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will hold a joint press conference a little after 1 o'clock in the afternoon today and what will be most keenly watched are the contents of the joint statement.Sources have told NDTV that the joint statement will refer to lifting of dual use restrictions. Also expected is word on American ...

  • Obama talks Kashmir, Manmohan says not afraid of the K word

    Obama talks Kashmir, Manmohan says not afraid of the K word

    "We will be happy to engage productively (with Pakistan)," said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today as he addressed a joint press conference in New Delhi with US President Barack Obama. "We are not afraid of the K-word in discussions with Pakistan," said the Indian Prime Minister. (Watch: PM, Obama address joint presser)"India is committed to resol...

  • BJP's stand on Obama: Silence, please

    BJP's stand on Obama: Silence, please

    The BJP top brass met  in New Delhi today to discuss the ongoing visit of US President Barack Obama but did not come out with any statement on his remarks about tackling terror."Since guest is like god (atithi devo bhava), we will not come out with a statement till Obama is in India," a senior party leader said. Contrary to expectations that i...

  • US President Barack Obama lands at Delhi airport

    US President Barack Obama lands at Delhi airport

    US President Barack Obama today arrived here on the second leg of his four-day visit to India and was personally received by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who set aside protocol to welcome the guest. (Read: Obama visit - No hyphens in India)The Air Force One carrying Obama, his wife Michelle and the official delegation touched down at the Delhi Air...

  • Obama visit: No hyphens in India

    Obama visit: No hyphens in India

    At a panel discussion last week on relations between India and the United States, Strobe Talbott, the former American diplomat, told an audience of Indian business leaders that he had learned a valuable lesson about India: Do not hyphenate it. As in Indo-Pak. (Or, in a close cousin of a hyphen, as in Chindia.) The audience smiled at his epiphany: I...

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