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Obama's visit to India a moment of pride for all Indians: Kiran Bedi

New Delhi, Jan 25 (ANI): BJP leader Kiran Bedi said on Sunday that the visit of US President Barack Obama to India is a moment of pride for all Indians, even those who are living in foreign countries. Bedi said that this will open opportunities for all Indians for more investment and business purposes. Jan 25, 2015
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PM Modi makes US President Obama's visit to Hyderabad House special with tea under a 'shamiana'

New Delhi, Jan 25 (ANI): After working lunch, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama on Saturday took a stroll at the picturesque Hyderabad House garden. The two leaders apparently had strategic discussions during the stroll. Following that, Modi and Obama had tea together seated under a 'shamiana' at the garden and had conversation for almost 10 minutes. PM Narendra Modi pours tea for Obama as they sat and talk at the special shamiana in the Hyderabad House lawns. Earlier, Prime Minister Modi presented the 'official report of the Constituent Assembly debates' to President Obama. Meanwhile, the finest of Indian dishes are on offer at the banquet hosted by President Pranab Mukherjee in honour of his US counterpart, with over 250 guests invited. Some of the dishes expected to be served are galouti kebabs, soufiyan fish tikka, trout, chicken malai tikka, stir fried broccoli, mustard fish curry, gustaba, mutton rogan josh, veg hakka noodles and chicken korma. Gujia, malpua, sondesh and rabri are expected to feature among the dessert selections. Jan 25, 2015
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Commanding the inter-services Guard of Honour for President Obama a proud moment: Pooja Thakur

New Delhi, Jan 25 (ANI): Indian Air Force Wing Commander Pooja Thakur who was commanding the inter-services Guard of Honour for US President Barack Obama at Rashtrapati Bhawan on Sunday said that it was a very proud moment for her. She added that the women officers are provided training similar to the male officers. US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama arrived in India for a three day visit. Obama will be the Chief Guest at Republic Day celebrations this year on the invite of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Barack Obama and Michelle Obama will be staying at Hotel Maurya Sheraton in Delhi where security has been highly tightened for their stay. Jan 25, 2015

Relations between PM Modi and US President will prove to be beneficial for both nations: Former Indi

Delhi, Jan 25 (ANI): Former Indian Ambassador to US, Naresh Chandra on Saturday said that the relations between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama will prove to be beneficial for both the nations. Talking about a probable nuclear deal between the two countries, Kumar said that there are issues when it comes to such strategic deals and that laws cannot be changed to facilitate the deals. Obama is on a three day tour to India and will be the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations tomorrow. Jan 25, 2015

Exiled Tibetans in India expect Obama, Modi to discuss their cause

Dharamsala, Jan 25 (ANI): Exiled Tibetans in Dharamsala expected US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to nudge China to resolve the vexed Tibet issue. Obama arrived with his wife Michelle on Sunday and were greeted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the tarmac of the airport in New Delhi as they came down the steps from Air Force One. Tibetans living in-exile hoped that both the countries can influence China to resolve the decades old problem. Tibetans in Tibet and in other parts of China have in recent years been protesting against Chinese rule by setting themselves on fire after pouring petrol over themselves. Meanwhile, director of Students for a Free Tibet (SFT), Dorjee Tseten, said Obama-Modi meeting was of great importance for them. In 2012, more than 80 Tibetans staged such fiery protests, according to rights groups. Most of them are believed to have died. Jan 25, 2015