News, views and updates from U.S. President Barack Obama’s Nov 6 – 9 India visit.
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Have no information yet about the close door meeting with Indian PM, and Congress chief with regard to Political and diplomatic aspects, would only comment after the news are received and is in hand. However, on economical deal on US side it had been a success from various perspectives particularly to keep the Congress at home quiet.
From Indian side the deal had been a boon and the government may consider it a cause for sigh of relief that the deal will make India to stand for a fight with China in future if not anything more.
President of United States speech in parliament was totally exceptional.In he’s speech he made references about swami Vivekananda to mahatma Gandhi was truly exceptional. T akin in terms of counter terrorism saying Pakistan to stop inside terror groups was pretty key moment in speech of what which lot of people in India want to hear that.The relationship between Indo US will certainly strengthen after this visit. Giving a solid statement that us going to support India as permanent member in UN security council is appreciated.as an Indian i want to thank Obama for his warmth n positiveness he has shown in India (to the Indian people). India s shining n emerging power n world forum n super power.totally true.i luv the way Obama ended jai hind.
Who made that sand sculpture? Even though the resemblance to Obama is poor, the thing is pretty neat.