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Modi Makes in America and Nuclear Disaster to herald good days! The Protest was not enough nor it was Honest anyway! Palash Biswas

Modi Makes in America and Nuclear Disaster to herald good days!

The Protest was not enough nor it was Honest anyway!

Palash Biswas

PM Modi and President Barack Obama Announce Nuclear Deal: 10 Developments

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama at the joint press interaction.


US President has skipped his visit to Agra and no way,he landed New delhi to watch glittering India on Rajpath during the Republic Day parade.For United States of America ,India is the most potential emerging market which has to be captured.

Obama proved once again,America can!US President Barack Obama, who has often talked about the influence of Mahatma Gandhi on his life, on Sunday paid homage to the 'apostle of peace' at the Rajghat memorial here describing his spirit as a "rare gift" to the world.

What he later did is quite contrary to the Gandhi vision of peace and growth! The United States and India have broken an impasse standing in the way of civil nucleartrade, Indian TV channels reported on Sunday as U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra met in New Delhi for talks.Which makes this geopolitics subjected to eternal nuclear disaster!

As Modi Makes in America and just wait, Nuclear Disaster to herald good days!The protest was never enough.The protest was not honest at all as we have to remember the classic Nautanki in Indian Parliament which witnessed how RSS and its political face BJP tried to pull down UPA first government assisted by the left.The Left has been left behind and the Left is struggling for survival and RSS banks on total Americanization to accomplish its agenda of cent percent Hindutva and Hindu Nation.


Reincarnated Modi strikes the deal which Dr.Manmohan Failed to strike and had to leave for policy paralysis.US weapon and war economies revived by Modi so America loves Modi.Left was sleeping since 2008 and was awake just day before the deal.


Humanitarian US face is very very commercial and PL 480 case way back in 1966 should be remebered yet again.Imminent danger of famine in India provoked the call for US help.US helped with PL480 and gifted us free Green revolution so fertile to kill the agririan communities in India.Not only this,it is because of agrarian crisis created by Green Revolution minus land reforms created Naxal Movement along with many more  sets of insurgencies in India including the Khalistan Movement which was also the byproduct of US branded green revolution.


US  President Barack Obama is an excellent orator and we have seen him as a better campaigner than Narendra Bhai Modi which saw him not only make Martin Luther King`s dream for a Black President of America he romped home twice.Obama has the magic to have a spellbound Indian audience which is already blinded with so many identities blended with racial apartheid,best known as Hindutva!

Mind you,it is Hindu Imperialist agenda to see India become next superpower and Obama knows it very well.

True,underlining the significance of the visit for India and the kind of relationship New Delhi now shares with Washington, Prime Minister Narendra Modi broke protocol and welcomed the President at the Palam Airport. Why?Obama has the political liability to bail out US economy! What compels modi to be reduced as much as the red carpet itself?It is because of RSS agenda of Hindu Imperialism which is nothing but economic ethnic cleansing and US periphery is all about ethnic cleansing and racial apartheid.


Thus,Modi makes in as US President Barack Obama says the US and India have reached a breakthrough and they are moving towards commercial cooperation in the civil nuclear energy deal.

The deal is done, says Indian Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh.

PM Modi and President Barack Obama Announce Nuclear Deal: 10 Developments


The Prime Minister referred to President Obama by his first name more than once, as both leaders detailed the thrust of their talks this afternoon on India-US cooperation and announced an agreement on the nuclear liability issue that has stalled a deal for six years.

"Six years after we signed a bilateral agreement we are moving towards commercial viability," said Mr Modi.  The US has reportedly withdrawn a demand to track the nuclear material it supplies to India, which New Delhi had said was intrusive.

President Obama, speaking after PM Modi, said 'namaste' and then in Hindi, "Mera pyar bhara namaskar." He thanked PM Modi for a 'chai pe charcha' (talks over tea) and said, "deepening ties with India will remain a top foreign policy priority" for the US.

Earlier, the two leaders walked together in the lawns of Delhi's Hyderabad House, deep in talks. They then sat down to tea that PM Modi poured, handing a cup to Mr Obama without a break in their conversation.

President Obama and his wife Michelle landed in Delhi a little before 10 this morning. In a departure from protocol, PM Modi received them at the airport. He has invited President Obama to be the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations tomorrow.

Mr Obama was given a 21-gun salute in a ceremonial welcome at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, where he greeted President Pranab Mukhejee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi with a 'namaste'.

"I am grateful for the extraordinary hospitality, it's a great honour to be back in India," the US President said after inspecting a Guard of Honour led by a woman officer of the Indian Air Force, Wing Commander Pooja Thakur.

This afternoon, he also visited Rajghat where he paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi and planted a sapling. Asked about his reception in India so far, Mr Obama said, "It's hard to match this one."

The US President will attend a state banquet hosted by President Mukherjee at the Rashtrapati Bhavan this evening. Sources said 250 guests have been invited for the banquet.

President Obama will be the first US president to be chief guest at the Republic Day parade. He is also the first US president to visit India twice. That, said Mr Modi, "reflects transformation in our relationship, shows your deep personal commitment to this partnership".

http://www.ndtv.com/article/cheat-sheet/pm-modi-and-president-barack-obama-announce-nuclear-deal-10-developments-653509


Just see the interactions thanks to Indian Express:

Bonding: Obama-Modi chemistry on display

The threat: Terrorism a 'principal' global threat: PM Narendra Modi

On Ukraine: US President Obama 'deeply concerned' about latest violence in Ukraine

Tea diplomacy: India, US thrash out differences over blocked n-deal

Defence ties: India, US renew defence pact; to pursue co-production projects

Tribute: President Barack Obama pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat

In pics: The Eagle lands in India

On Obama's menu: Galouti Kebab and Mutton Rogan Josh

- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/#sthash.yKLJNNwp.dpuf


17:26 by Indian Express

Modi: Yes we held detailed talks. The chemistry between leaders matter. Away from cameras we talk on various issues, resulting into a special friendship. This is getting US and India closer.

17:22 by Indian Express

Question for PM Narendra Modi: Why was the protocol broken today?

17:07

17:06

Our agreement on defence cooperation will allow us to manufacture together: Obama.

17:05

We agreed on using clean energy and pursue climate change: Obama.

17:04

We will continue to pursue export reforms, so we can advance advance tech: Obama.

17:03

Today we achieved a breakthrough on two issues blocking us to go ahead in our nuclear deal with India: Obama.

17:03

Thak you for your Chai pe Charcha, we should have more of those in the White House: Obama.

17:02

Your reputation preceeded you. You were treated like a Bollywood star: Obama.

President of India speaks in a tune set by Obama!


Ironically,in a scenario of high voltage Hindutva and war cries against the Non Hindus,Non Aryans the President of India says something quite different!But his tune is already set by the guest of honour as he used the occasion ironically to invoke blind nationalism further and justified the RSS agenda to give up Indian image of a Soft Nation.Which exactly Modi did.Which,of course,serves best US interests in commercial use of nuclear energy,boosted share in defence and internal security,FDI Raj,monopoly in Indian emerging market,tax reforms for Multinational companies based in United States of America and finally the zionist war against terror led by US and Israel.

Mind you,seeking to enhance their strategic cooperation, India and the US today agreed to a "new vision" for Asia Pacific by deciding to advance their shared security concerns in the region.


Obama warned Pakistan and see ,our President is also warning Pakistan in the same tune!

Asserting that religion cannot be made a cause of conflict, President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday said "tolerance" and promotion of goodwill between diverse communities needs to be preserved with "utmost care and vigilance".

In his address to the nation on the eve of 66th Republic Day, the President quoted Mahatma Gandhi, "Religion is a force for unity" and said, "we cannot make it a cause of conflict" as wisdom of India always teaches "unity is strength, dominance is weakness."

He said the Constitution is the holy book of democracy and a "lodestar" for the socio-economic transformation of an India whose civilization has celebrated pluralism, advocated tolerance and promoted goodwill between diverse communities.

"These values, however, need to be preserved with utmost care and vigilance," he said.

The comments of the President came at a time when some right wing parties have been sparking one controversy after another by raising issues like 'ghar wapsi', eulogiusing Nathuram Godse, pressing for having 10 kids for increasing Hindu population and some ministers making inappropriate comments about minorities.

The freedom inherent in democracy sometimes generates an unhappy by-product when political discourse becomes a "competition in hysteria that is abhorrent to our traditional ethos. The violence of the tongue cuts and wounds people's hearts," Mukherjee said.


On the issue of India being termed as a "soft power", he said, "the most powerful example of India's soft power, in an international environment where so many countries are sinking into the morass of theocratic violence, lies in our definition of the relationship between faith and polity.


"We have always reposed our trust in faith-equality where every faith is equal before the law and every culture blends into another to create a positive dynamic," the President said.

Speaking about the menace of terrorism, Mukherjee made a veiled reference about Pakistan saying that the country's "adversaries" will stop at nothing to disrupt India's progress.


The multi-nation conflict has converted boundaries into "bloodlines, and turned terrorism into an industry of evil. "Terrorism and violence are seeping across our borders.

While peace, non-violence and good neighbourly intentions should remain the fundamentals of our foreign policy, we cannot afford to be complacent about adversaries who will stop at nothing to disrupt our progress towards a prosperous and equitable India," he said.


Mukherjee said the country had the strength, confidence and determination to defeat architects of "this war against our people. "Repeated violations of the ceasefire along the Line of Control and terrorist attacks must get an integrated response through incisive diplomacy and impregnable security mechanisms. The world must join India in fighting the menace of terrorism," he said.


On the economic issue, the President said 2015 is a year of hope and key economic indicators provide for "much optimism". He said five per cent plus growth rates each in the first two quarter of the current fiscal is "healthy sign for an early reversion to the high growth trajectory of 7-8 per cent.

And The Nuclear Deal again

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and visiting U.S. President Barack Obama said on Sunday that the two countries have reached an agreement to break a six-year impasse on the landmark civil nuclear deal.

"The civil nuclear deal was the centerpiece of Indo-U.S. understanding. Six years after we signed a bilateral agreement we are moving towards commercial viability," Modi said at a joint press conference with Obama.

"In the past four months, we have got a sense of purpose to move it forward. The success of this partnership is crucial to advancing peace and prosperity," he added.

The Indo-U.S. civil nuclear deal was drafted in 2008, but had been stalled over tough provisions in this country's liability act.

Though Modi did not clearly say whether the nuclear deal has been finally inked, President Obama was more categorical after differences were ironed out. "We have achieved a breakthrough understanding on the civil nuclear deal," he said.

Sources said Washington wants to track the whereabouts of nuclear material it supplies to New Delhi. But India insists the demand is intrusive, given the International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards.

Moreover, some U.S. companies also have concerns about having to pay huge compensations in case of a nuclear accident. But India says it's obliged according to the provisions of its Civil Nuclear Liability Act.

During his visit to the United States in September, Modi and President Obama had decided to set up a high-level contact group on civil nuclear cooperation.

The group has held three rounds of detailed discussions on a range of implementation issues -- administrative, liability, technical and licensing -- to facilitate the establishment of U.S.- designed nuclear power plants in India.

Obama arrived in the Indian capital earlier in the day for a three-day tour, during which he will attend the Republic Day celebrations on Monday.

He is not only the first U.S. president to visit India twice in his tenure, but the first American leader to be a chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations.



(Reuters) - In a glow of bonhomie, U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a breakthrough on nuclear trade on Sunday, a step that both sides hope will help establish an enduring strategic partnership.

Obama said the two countries had made progress on two issues holding up commercial civil nuclear cooperation, one of the major irritants in bilateral ties.

"We are committed to moving towards full implementation," Obama told a joint news conference with Modi in the Indian capital. "This is an important step that shows how we can work together to elevate our relationship."

The agreement resolved differences over the liability of suppliers to India in the event of a nuclear accident and U.S. demands on tracking the whereabouts of material supplied to the country, U.S. ambassador to India Richard Verma told reporters.

"Ultimately it's up to the companies to go forward, but the two governments came to an understanding," he added.

Signalling his determination to take ties to a higher level, Modi broke with protocol to meet and bear-hug Obama as he landed in New Delhi earlier in the day. It was a remarkable spectacle given that, just a year ago, Modi was persona non grata in Washington and denied a visa to the United States.

After a working lunch that included kebabs made with lotus stem, figs and spices, the two leaders got down to talks to finalise agreements on climate change, renewable energy, taxation and defence cooperation.

But Modi cautioned that work was still needed to create a solid partnership between the world's two largest democracies.

"We have to convert a good start into lasting progress. This requires translating our vision into sustained action and concrete achievements," he said, standing next to Obama.

Earlier, the two leaders walked and talked together in an elegant garden and sat outside over tea. Modi, who sold tea on a railway platform as a child, poured a cup for Obama.

Obama will be the first U.S. president to attend India's Republic Day parade, an annual show of military might long associated with the anti-Americanism of the Cold War, and will host a radio show with Modi.

His presence at Monday's parade at Modi's personal invitation is the latest revival in a roller-coaster relationship between the two largest democracies that just a year ago was in tatters.

Armed police and soldiers lined the roads of New Delhi, where Obama was met with a guard of honour and a 21-gun salute in a formal ceremony at the presidential palace. Briefly, a stray dog ran around the forecourt of the palace in an otherwise highly choreographed event.

Up to 40,000 security personnel have been deployed for the visit and 15,000 new closed-circuit surveillance cameras have been installed in the capital, according to media reports.

NEW VITALITY

The United States views India as a vast market and potential counterweight to China's assertiveness in Asia, but frequently grows frustrated with the slow pace of economic reforms and unwillingness to side with Washington in international affairs.

Elected last May, Modi has injected a new vitality into the economy and foreign relations and, to Washington's delight, begun pushing back against China's growing presence in South Asia.

Annual bilateral trade of $100 billion is seen as vastly below potential and Washington wants it to grow fivefold.

Obama will depart slightly early from India to travel to Saudi Arabia following the death of King Abdullah, instead of a planned visit to the Taj Mahal.

Like Obama, Modi rose from a modest home to break into a political elite dominated by powerful families. Aides say the two men bonded in Washington in September when Obama took Modi to the memorial of Martin Luther King, whose rights struggle was inspired by India's Mahatma Gandhi.

The "chemistry" aides describe is striking because Modi's politics is considerably to the right of Obama's, and because he was banned from visiting the United States for nearly a decade after deadly Hindu-Muslim riots in a state he governed.

Obama, the first sitting U.S. president to visit India twice, also enjoyed a close friendship with Modi's predecessor Manmohan Singh, who in 2008 staked his premiership on a controversial deal that made India the sixth "legitimate" atomic power and marked a high point in Indo-U.S. relations.

The nuclear deal has so far failed to deliver on a promise of billions of dollars of business for U.S. companies because of India's reluctance to pass legislation shielding suppliers from liability, a deviation from international norms.

In a reminder that personal chemistry is not always enough, ties between Washington and India descended into bickering over protectionism that culminated in a fiery diplomatic spat in 2013 and the abrupt departure of the U.S. ambassador from New Delhi, who has only just been replaced.


March 1, 2006: Bush visits India for the first time.

March 3, 2006: Bush and Singh issue a joint statement on their growing strategic partnership, emphasising their agreement on civil nuclear cooperation.

July 26, 2006: The US House of Representatives passes the 'Henry J Hyde United States-India Peaceful Atomic Energy Cooperation Act of 2006,' which stipulates that Washington will cooperate with New Delhi on nuclear issues and exempt it from signing the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

July 28, 2006: The Left parties demand threadbare discussion on the issue in Parliament.

Nov 16, 2006: The US Senate passes the 'United States-India Peaceful Atomic Energy Cooperation and US Additional Protocol Implementation Act' to "exempt from certain requirements of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 United States exports of nuclear materials, equipment, and technology to India".

Dec 18, 2006: President Bush signs into law congressional legislation on Indian atomic energy.

July 27, 2007: Negotiations on a bilateral agreement between the US and India conclude.

Aug 3, 2007: The text of the 'Agreement for Cooperation between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of India concerning peaceful uses of nuclear energy' (123 Agreement) is released by both governments.

Aug 13, 2007: Manmohan Singh makes a suo motu statement in Parliament on the deal.

Aug 17, 2007: CPI (M) general secretary Prakash Karat says the 'honeymoon (with government) may be over but the marriage can go on'.

Sep 4, 2007: UPA-Left committee to discuss civil nuclear deal set up.

Feb 25, 2008: Left parties say the UPA would have to choose between the deal and its government's stability.

April 23, 2008: US government says it will seek the sense of the House on the 123 Agreement before it is taken up for ratification by the American Congress.

July 9, 2008: The draft India-specific safeguards accord with the IAEA circulated to IAEA's Board of Governors for approval.

July 10, 2008: Manmohan Singh calls for a vote of confidence in Parliament.

July 14, 2008: The IAEA says it will meet on Aug 1 to consider the India-specific safeguards agreement.

July 24, 2008: India launches full blast lobbying among the 45-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) for an exemption for nuclear commerce.

Aug 1, 2008: IAEA Board of Governors adopts India-specific safeguards agreement unanimously.

Sep 11, 2008: President Bush sends the text of 123 Agreement to the US Congress for final approval.

Sep 12, 2008: US remains silent over the controversy in India triggered by Bush's assertions that nuclear fuel supply assurances to New Delhi under the deal were only political commitments and not legally binding.

Sep 18, 2008: The Senate Foreign Relations Committee starts a crucial hearing on the Indo-US nuclear deal.

Sep 26, 2008: Singh meets Bush at the White House, but they are not able to sign the nuclear deal as the US Congress did not approve it.

Sep 27, 2008: House of Representatives approves the Indo-US nuclear deal. In all, 298 members voted for the Bill while 117 voted against it.

Oct 4, 2008: White House announces that Bush will sign the legislation on the Indo-US civil nuclear deal into a law on Oct 8.

Oct 8, 2008: Bush signs legislation to enact the landmark US-India

civil nuclear agreement.

Jan 25, 2014: US President Barack Obama says the US and India have reached a breakthrough and they are moving towards commercial cooperation in the civil nuclear energy deal.

The deal is done, says Indian Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh.

The Business Deal!

Media reports:In a glow of bonhomie, U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi worked on a series of bilateral agreements at a summit on Sunday that both sides hope will establish an enduring strategic

In a glow of bonhomie, U.S. PresidentBarack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi worked on a series of bilateral agreements at a summit on Sunday that both sides hope will establish an enduring strategic

partnership.

Signalling his determination to take ties to a higher level, Modi broke with protocol to meet and bear-hug Obama as he landed in New Delhi earlier in the day. It was a remarkable spectacle given that, just a year ago, Modi was persona non grata in Washington and denied a visa to the United States.

After a working lunch that included kebabs made with lotus stem, figs and spices, the two leaders got down to talks to finalise possible agreements on climate change, renewable energy, taxation and defence cooperation. Indian media reported that negotiators had struck a deal on civilian nuclear trade. The NDTV news channel said they had ironed out differences on suppliers' liability in the event of a nuclear accident and on tracking of material supplied.

The White House declined to comment on the reports and the spokesman for India'sMinistry of External Affairs said only "we hope for a positive outcome at the end of the day". Obama will be the first U.S. president to attend India's Republic Day parade, an annual show of military might long associated with the anti-Americanism of the Cold War, and will host a radio show with Modi.

His presence at Monday's parade at Modi's personal invitation is the latest revival in a roller-coaster relationship between the two largest democracies that just a year ago was in tatters. "It's a great honour. We are grateful for this extraordinary hospitality," Obama said during a welcome at the presidential palace, where there was a guard of honour, a 21-gun salute and a stray dog running around the forecourt until it was chased away.

Modi greeted Obama and his wife, Michelle, on the tarmac of the airport as they came down the steps from Air Force One on a smoggy winter morning. The two leaders hugged each other warmly.

According to protocol, the prime minister does not greet foreign leaders on their arrival, meeting them instead at the presidential palace. Modi made the decision himself to break with tradition and surprised even his own handlers, media reports said. Obama then laid a wreath at Raj Ghat, a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, who is revered as the father of independent India.

The roads of New Delhi were lined with armed police and soldiers, part of a highly choreographed plan for the visit. Up to 40,000 security personnel have been deployed for the visit and 15,000 new closed-circuit surveillance cameras have been installed in the capital, according to media reports.

Also read: LIVE: India-US moving towards commercial cooperation on nuclear deal, says Modi in joint address

NEW VITALITY

The United States views India as a vast market and potential counterweight to China's assertiveness in Asia, but frequently grows frustrated with the slow pace of economic reforms and unwillingness to side with Washington in international affairs. India would like to see a new U.S. approach to Pakistan, New Delhi's arch-foe.

Elected last May, Modi has injected a new vitality into the economy and foreign relationsand, to Washington's delight, begun pushing back against China's growing presence in South Asia. Annual bilateral trade of $100 billion is seen as vastly below potential and Washington wants it to grow fivefold.

Obama will depart slightly early from India to travel to Saudi Arabia following the death of King Abdullah, instead of a planned visit to the Taj Mahal. Like Obama, Modi rose from a modest home to break into a

political elite dominated by powerful families. Aides say the two men bonded in Washington in September when Obama took Modi to the memorial of Martin Luther King, whose rights struggle was inspired by India's Mahatma Gandhi.

The "chemistry" aides describe is striking because Modi's politics is considerably to the right of Obama's, and because he was banned from visiting the United States for nearly a decade after deadly Hindu-Muslim riots in a state he governed. Obama, the first sitting U.S. president to visit India twice, also enjoyed a close friendship with Modi's predecessor Manmohan Singh, who in 2008 staked his premiership on a controversial deal that made India the sixth "legitimate" atomic power and marked a high point in Indo-U.S. relations.

The nuclear deal failed to deliver on a promise of billions of dollars of business for U.S. companies because of India's reluctance to pass legislation shielding suppliers from liability, a deviation from international norms. In a reminder that personal chemistry is not always enough, ties between Washington and India descended into bickering over protectionism that culminated in a fiery diplomatic spat in 2013 and the abrupt departure of the U.S. ambassador from New Delhi, who has only just been replaced.

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  46. President Barack Obama, during his address at the Siri Fort auditorium on Tuesday, would speak on how to tap the energy of the people of ...

  47. Maoists attack resort in Kerala,write slogans agst Obama visit

  48. Business Standard-7 hours ago

  49. Suspected Maoists attacked a state-run tourist resort in Wayanad in north Kerala today and escaped into forests after vandalising the premises ...

  50. Obama to witness India's military might, cultural diversity

  51. Business Standard-7 hours ago

  52. India will tomorrow celebrate its 66th Republic Day, showcasing before the chief guest US President Barack Obama and the world its military ...

  53. Indian Americans hope for huge gains from Obama's second India visit

  54. Business Standard-24-Jan-2015

  55. ... civil nuclear agreement, safeguarding American business interests ... Puri says, "The first takeaway of the visit even before Obama lands is ...

  56. Fortune

  57. OBAMA: 'The Cynics Are Wrong'

  58. Business Insider-20-Jan-2015

  59. President Barack Obama delivered his annual State of the Union ... Let's simplify the system and let a small-business owner file based on her ...

  60. Populism, schmopulism: Obama's pro-business agenda is what will ...

  61. Fortune-20-Jan-2015

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  63. Obama begins India visit with 21-gun salute, red carpet welcome

  64. Business Standard-6 hours ago

  65. US President Barack Obama's India visit began Sunday with a ceremonial red carpet welcome at the magnificent Rashtrapati Bhavan. The US ...

  66. Obama's a friend, but Sangh may deny Modi ease of doing business ...

  67. Firstpost-24-Jan-2015Share

  68. Today they see in India a great opportunity to do strategic businessdeals, especially in the area of green energy as the pressure of the horrific ...


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  2. Michelle Obama wears Indian designer's outfit

  3. Hindu Business Line-8 hours ago

  4. PTI US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obamawave upon their ... XThese are links to The Hindu Business Line suggested by ...

  5. Michelle Obama arrives in Indian-American designer's creation

  6. Business Standard-7 hours ago

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  8. Obama's India visit: 7 issues on the agenda

  9. Business Standard-24-Jan-2015

  10. President Barack Obama will become the first President of the United ... needs to be more attuned to the requirements of Americanbusiness.

  11. Meet Obama's small business guest at the State of the Union

  12. Washington Post-21-Jan-2015

  13. They had previously received business counseling from a ... and penned a letter to President Obama, expressing her appreciation for the the ...

  14. Man feted by Obama wants to return citation over costly edu

  15. Business Standard-32 minutes ago

  16. A dalit labourer, feted by Barack Obama in Delhi in 2010 for promoting education, now wants to return the souvenir he had received from the ...

  17. Barack Obama's Delhi visit: what to watch out for

  18. Business Standard-24-Jan-2015

  19. Modi and Obama will have a meeting at Hyderabad House where they ... by the US India business leaders meeting at which the Indian Prime ...

  20. Modi, Obama brought fresh vigour to India-US ties, say experts

  21. Business Today-24-Jan-2015

  22. US President Barack Obama's 'unprecedented' visit to India is a powerful symbol of the new energy that he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi ...

  23. Barack Obama's visit to 'elevate' India-US relationship, says White ...

  24. Business Today-23-Jan-2015

  25. Describing the unprecedented second visit of US President BarackObama to India as "game changing" the White House has said the ...


  1. Obama and Modi set a new course

  2. Business Spectator-23-Jan-2015

  3. After several years of drift, relations between US and India are regaining a sense of purpose. American President Barack Obama will be in New ...

  4. The Indian Express

  5. Hours before President Obama's visit, Pak violates ceasefire in J-K

  6. Business Standard-4 hours ago

  7. Hours before US President Barack Obama landed in New Delhi, Pakistani forces on Sunday violated the ceasefire agreement along the ...

  8. Investment treaty tops Obama's agenda

  9. Business Standard-19-Jan-2015

  10. This meeting between Obama and Modi will be in addition to the one on ... said Diane Farrell, acting President, US-India Business Council.

  11. Gulf Business News

  12. Middle East instability a test for relations between Obama and new ...

  13. Washington Post-14 hours ago

  14. President Obama, who was to arrive in India on Sunday morning to ... the kingdom, where an American company had discovered oil in 1938.

  15. Obama, World Leaders Head To Saudi Arabia To Offer Condolences

  16. Gulf Business News-4 hours ago

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  18. Obama's trip to Agra cancelled

  19. Business Standard-24-Jan-2015

  20. The much anticipated visit of US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle to Agra has been cancelled, Uttar Pradesh government officials ...

  21. News Nation

  22. Kashmir's 'Nadru ke Goolar', Bengal's 'Mahi Sarson' for Obama

  23. Business Standard-4 hours ago

  24. A mix of vegetarian and non-veg delicacies, from Jammu and Kashmir's 'Nadru Ke Goolar' to West Bengal's 'Mahi Sarson' were today served at ...

  25. The Nation

  26. Barack Obama's India visit a big development: Pakistani daily

  27. Economic Times-5 hours ago

  28. Barack Obama's India visit a big development: Pakistani daily ... "ifObama goes to India, that is India's business when Obama visits Pakistan, ...

  29. Obama's India visit a big development: Pakistani daily

  30. Business Standard-9 hours ago

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  32. Zee News

  33. For B-Town, Obama brings in 'cleanliness' hope

  34. Business Standard-4 hours agoShare

  35. US President Barack Obama is on three-day visit to India and Bollywood celebrities like Dia Mirza and Virr Das are hoping the trip will give an ...


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