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US envoy to India stresses on improving trade ties
Kolkata, Feb 1 : Describing US President Barack Obama's visit as "transformative", that brought US-India relations to a new level, the American envoy to India Sunday said improving the economic ties was a key area.
Kerala backwaters a hit draw at Spanish Tourism Fair
Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 1 : A few days after US President Barack Obama referred to the Kerala backwaters in his public speech in New Delhi, it turned out to be a major attraction at the Spanish Tourism Fair (FITUR 2015) in Madrid, one of the leading tourism trade fairs in Europe.
Obama seeks $215 million for unique medical plan
Washington, Jan 31 : US President Barack Obama has sought $215 million for an effort that will match patients' genetic and physiological data to treat their health conditions more precisely.
Obama may meet Dalai Lama at National Prayer Breakfast event in ...
Washington, Jan 31 : US President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama are set to attend the National Prayer Breakfast event in Washington, DC, next week.
U.S. Republican Mitt Romney not to run for President again
London Jan 31 : U.S. Republican Mitt Romney who lost to President Barack Obama in 2012 elections has decided that he will not run for president in 2016.
Dalai Lama, Obama to attend religious meet
Dharamsala, Jan 31 : Globe-trotting monk the Dalai Lama and US President Barack Obama will be together at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington next week, the second time in less than a year, his aides said here Saturday.
US rejects Pakistan criticism of India-US n-deal
Washington, Jan 31 : Rejecting Pakistani criticism of India-US nuclear deal reached during President Barack Obama's India visit, the US has said it's simply an understanding on implementing the stalled nuclear deal.
Kim, Kanye pose with President Obama
Los Angeles, Jan 31 : Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and her rapper-husband Kanye West have shared a photograph in which the duo is standing next to President Barack Obama.
'Obama's India trip a perfect example of positive foreign policy'
By Arun Kumar, Washington, Jan 31 : Calling President Barack Obama's India trip "a perfect example of positive foreign policy" noted Indian-American journalist Fareed Zakaria has advised Washington to be similarly engaged elsewhere.
Obama details initiative to cure cancer, diabetes
Washington, Jan 31 : US President Barack Obama Friday unveiled the details of a bold new research effort, which brought doctors "closer to curing diseases like cancer and diabetes".
Mitt Romney not to seek presidency in 2016
Washington, Jan 30 : Republican Mitt Romney, who had lost to Democrat Barack Obama in the 2012 US presidential election, Friday said he would not seek nomination from his party to run for the presidency in 2016, media reports said Friday.
Obama's religious freedom message is for US too: Envoy
New Delhi, Jan 30 : US President Barack Obama's stress during his speech in India on the right of freedom of individuals to profess, practice and propagate religion was a message for Americans too, US Ambassador Richard Verma said Friday.
Obama to raise spending on defence, education, health
By Miriam Burgues, Washington, Jan 30 : US President Barack Obama will present his annual budget proposals for the 2016 fiscal year next week, with proposed boosts in expenditure on defence, health and education programmes.
Room for optimism in Indo-US ties
New Delhi, Jan.30 : A former Indian diplomat believes there is room for being optimistic about the future progress of India-US summit-level decisions taken during the recent visit of President Barack Obama to New Delhi.
Obama's video 'singing' Bruno Mars' hit 'Uptown Funk' goes viral
Washington, Jan 30 : Popular YouTube called Barackdubs decided to mix things up and gave Bruno Mars' hit single 'Uptown Funk,' a different version, with Barack Obama as a singer. Well, sort of!
Can India benefit from Kentucky coal?
New Delhi, Jan 30 : India has the sixth largest coal reserves in the world, but with a booming population and not enough coal mined within its own borders, it's not enough. A potential relationship between India and Kentucky in USA promises mutual benefit though such a tie-up is uncertain . While ...
US stresses important and growing relationship with India
Washington, Jan 30 : As India replaced its top diplomat with the nation's ambassador in the US, a day after President Barack Obama's visit to India, Washington stressed its "important and growing relationship with India."
No plan to hand over Guantanamo to Cuba: US
Washington, Jan 30 : US President Barack Obama does not plan to return the territory on which the Guantanamo Bay naval base is located to Cuba, although he aims at closing down the prison set up there, the White House said Thursday.
White House highlights Obama trip with pics and fun video
Washington, Jan 29 : The White House posted the highlights of President Barack Obama's visit to India with several pictures and a light hearted video report anchored by Indian-American Hollywood star Kal Penn.
White House releases images, video on Obama's India visit
Washington, Jan 29 : The White House has released images and videos highlighting the key issues of US President Barack Obama's recent trip to India last week.
Rahul hits PM for wearing Rs. 10-lakh suit
New Delhi, Jan 29 : Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for wearing "a 10-lakh suit" during his recent summit with US President Barack Obama.
Obama-Modi vision document: Shedding of India's strategic inhibitions?
New Delhi, Jan 29 : The visit of US President Barack Obama to India not only resulted in both countries overcoming their six-year deadlock over the civil nuclear deal but also the emergence of a "strategic vision" document for closer cooperation in the Asia Pacific and India Ocean region in the ...
New IS propaganda video threatens to behead Obama, convert US into ...
London, Jan 29 : A new beheading video released by the Islamic State (IS) has reportedly threatened to behead United States President Barack Obama "in the White House and transform America into a Muslim province."
Obama won't meet Netanyahu before Israeli elections
Washington Jan 29 : US President Barack Obama said that he will not meet the visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in March, because the Israeli leader's US trip would be too close to the elections in his country.
Obama's visit has helped in forging new commercial ties, says Jaitley
New Delhi, Jan. 28 : Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said that US President Barack Obama's visit has helped both the countries in forging new commercial ties.
Cabinet congratulates PM Modi for 'successful visit' of President ...
New Delhi, Jan. 28 : The Union Cabinet on Wednesday congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for inviting U.S. President Barack Obama as the chief guest for the 66th Republic Day celebrations and said that this visit has enhanced India's respect globally.
Post-Obama visit, India high on US investors' agenda: Arun Jaitley
New Delhi, Jan 28 : President Barack Obama?s visit to India has helped forge a new commercial relationship between India and the US, said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Wednesday.
Sushma Swaraj to travel to China Feb 1
New Delhi, Jan 28 : After an intensive engagement with the US during the visit of President Barack Obama, India is now set to engage with China with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to pay an official visit to Beijing Feb 1-3.
Negative interpretation of Obama's remark on Indian secularism is ...
New Delhi, Jan. 28 : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday dismissed the interpretation of U.S. President Barack Obama's Town Hall speech by rival parties, stating that a negative analysis of the visiting leader's words is of no consequence.
Obama sent a clear message on religious tolerance to BJP-led govt.: ...
New Delhi, Jan. 28 : Congress leader Manish Tewari on Wednesday said U.S. President Barack Obama had sent a clear message to the BJP-led NDA Government at the Centre that recent incidents have put a strain on India's espoused philosophy of religious tolerance, adding that if the country had any ...