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    Obama to present National Humanities Medal to Jhumpa Lahiri
    Washington, Sep 4 : Pulitzer Prize winning Indian-American author is one of the 10 distinguished recipients of the 2014 National Humanities Medal, to be prsented by President Barack Obama at a White House ceremony on September 10.

    Obama becomes first US president to set foot in the Arctic
    Washington, Sep 3 : Barack Obama has become the first serving US president to cross the Arctic Circle on a visit to the Eskimo village of Kotzebue.

    Bobby Jindal blames Republicans for Obama victory on Iran deal
    Washington, Sep 3 : Indian-American Republican presidential hopeful Bobby Jindal has blamed his party's lawmakers for getting badly outplayed in their efforts to sink President Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran.

    President Barack Obama shows off his new moves with Alaskan kids
    Washington D.C., Sept 3: Seems like President Barack Obama has got new dance shoes as he recently demonstrated some new moves during a visit to a school in Alaska.

    Obama secures Iran n-deal with Barbara Mikulski vote
    Washington, Sep 2 : In a major victory for US President Barack Obama, Democratic Senator Barbara Mikulski of Maryland announced support for the Iran nuclear deal on Wednesday, providing the White House the votes it needs to prevent Republicans from scuttling the agreement.

    Obama secures Iran nuclear deal
    Washington, Sep 2 : In a major foreign policy victory, US President Barack Obama has secured the support of 34 senators for the Iran nuclear deal giving the White House enough votes to prevent Republicans from scuttling the agreement.

    Obama has secured Iran n-deal in Congress
    Washington, Sep 2 : US President Barack Obama has got enough votes in Congress to keep the Iran nuclear agreement alive, a media report said on Wednesday.

    Obama secures support from senators for Iran n-deal
    Washington, Sep 2 : US President Barack Obama has secured enough support in the US Senate to ensure that the Iran nuclear deal will go into effect.

    Obama to return to Columbia University after presidency
    Washington, Sep 1 : The Columbia University said US President Barack Obama will return to his alma mater after leaving office in 2017, a media report said.

    Obama to rename tallest US peak
    Washington, Aug 31 : US President Barack Obama is set to restore the name of the tallest North American mountain peak -- Mount McKinley in Alaska -- to the native Alaskan name of "Denali", the media reported on Monday.

    US badly needs successful visit by Xi: Chinese daily
    Beijing, Aug 29 : The US "badly" needs a successful visit by President Xi Jinping, said a state-run Chinese daily which added that in Barack Obama's remaining months in office, "he cannot stand his eight years as president ending in soured US-China ties".

    Heartbroken Obama calls for gun control, Trump says no
    Washington, Aug 27 : As a heartbroken President Barack Obama renewed a call for gun control in the wake of the killing of two journalists on live TV, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump instead favoured addressing mental health issues.

    Abe asks Obama to investigate alleged NSA spying
    Tokyo, Aug 26 : Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday asked US President Barack Obama to investigate alleged spying by American security agencies on the government and corporate officials in Japan.

    Obama, Modi establish secure phone line to elevate Indo-US ...
    New Delhi, Aug 25 : Reflecting the close ties between the U.S. and Indian democracies as outlined in the Jan 25 this year, Delhi Declaration of Friendship, U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed to establish secure phone lines.

    Obama, Modi establish secure phone line to elevate U.S.-India ...
    New Delhi, Aug. 25 : Reflecting the close ties between the U.S. and Indian democracies as outlined in the January 25, 2015, Delhi Declaration of Friendship, U.S. President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed to establish secure phone lines to further discuss their commitment to a ...

    Republicans use market crash to criticise China, Obama
    Washington, Aug 25 : Republican presidential candidates used the Wall Street market crash to launch an attack on China and President Barack Obama's foreign policy.

    Indian American judge among 11 Obama appointees
    New York, Aug 24 : US President Barack Obama has appointed Indian American federal judge Vince Chhabria along with 10 others as full-time judges, a media report said.

    Bobby Jindal clashes with Republican rival over health care
    Washington, Aug 19 : All the 17 Republican presidential candidates, including Louisiana's Indian-American governor Bobby Jindal, want to repeal President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, but there is little said about what would come in its place.

    Hillary Clinton breaks with Obama on Arctic oil drilling
    Washington, Aug 19 : US Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton distanced herself from President Barack Obama's fresh approval for offshore drilling in the Arctic.

    `Music buff` POTUS releases his summer spotify playlist
    Washington DC, August 15 : President Barack Obama has released his summer spotify playlist which include classic artists such as Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder along with contemporary stars like Coldplay and John Legend.

    `Music buff` POTUS releases his summer spotify playlist
    Washington DC, August 15 : President Barack Obama has released his summer spotify playlist which include classic artists such as Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder along with contemporary stars like Coldplay and John Legend.

    Here's what the POTUS is reading this summer
    London, August 14 : Amid golf games and beach fun, President Barack Obama has brought a handful of books with him on the Martha's Vineyard beach for his summer reading.

    Obama sends best wishes to India ahead of Independence Day
    Washington D C, Aug 14 : U S Secretary of State John Kerry has on behalf of President Barack Obama and the people of the US, sent his best wishes to the people of India as the country celebrates its 69th Independence Day on August 15.

    Obama sends best wishes to India ahead of Independence Day
    Washington D C, Aug 14 : U S Secretary of State John Kerry has on behalf of President Barack Obama and the people of the US, sent his best wishes to the people of India as the country celebrates its 69th Independence Day on August 15.

    Here's what the POTUS is reading this summer
    London, August 14 : Amid golf games and beach fun, President Barack Obama has brought a handful of books with him on the Martha's Vineyard beach for his summer reading.

    Obama reading Jhumpa Lahiri's 'The Lowland' on holiday
    Washington, Aug 14 : Vacationing in Martha's Vineyard, an island summer resort in Massachusetts, President Barack Obama has brought Pulitzer Prize winning Indian-American author Jhumpa Lahiri's novel "The Lowland" with him.

    South Korea, US to hold summit in October
    Seoul, Aug 13 : South Korean President Park Geun-hye and US President Barack Obama will hold a summit in Washington on October 16 after delaying the meeting in June amid the rapid spread of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in South Korea.

    Jeb Bush blames Obama, Clinton for Iraq unrest, rise of ISIS
    London, Aug 13 : Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has blamed US President Barack Obama and Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton for the current unrest in Iraq and the rise of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

    'South Korean president to visit US in October'
    Washington, Aug 13 : US President Barack Obama will host his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-hye in the White House on October 16 to discuss bilateral and global issues, the White House announced late Wednesday.

    US to host n-summit
    Washington, Aug 11 : US President Barack Obama will host a fourth Nuclear Security Summit in Washington in 2016 to continue coordinating global efforts to fight nuclear terrorism, the White House said.

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