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    Nisha Desai Biswal headed to India ahead of Obama visit
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, Nov 22 : US Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia Nisha Desai Biswal is heading to India Monday ahead of President Barack Obama's January visit to join India's Republic Day parade as chief guest.

    Obama's immigration plan falls short of Indian techies' hopes
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, Nov 22 : As President Barack Obama camapaigned to sell his immigration plan to shield up to five million people from deportation and retain high-skilled immigrants, largely from India and China, analysts called it a mixed bag.

    Republicans sue Obama administration over health care reforms
    Washington, Nov 22 : The Republican majority in the US House of Representatives filed suit against the administration of Barack Obama over the use of executive orders to implement the Affordable Care Act (ACA) - also known as Obamacare - after Congress approved the legislation in 2010.

    Obama set to be first U.S President to attend India's Republic Day
    Washington, Nov. 21 : U.S. President Barack Obama has accepted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's invitation to participate in the Republic Day function in New Delhi next year.

    PM Modi invites Obama as chief guest on Republic Day
    New Delhi, Nov. 21 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited U.S. President Barack Obama to be the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations next year.

    Obama defends his immigration reform plan
    Las Vegas, Nov 22 : US President Barack Obama has defended his immigration reform plans, which could protect five million undocumented immigrants from deportation.

    Sharif urges Obama to take up Kashmir issue with India
    Islamabad, Nov 22 : US President Barack Obama spoke to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over telephone Friday and urged him to take up the Kashmir issue with India.

    Obama accepts Modi invite, to come for Republic Day
    New Delhi, Nov 21 : US President Barack Obama has accepted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's invite to be chief guest for the 2015 Republic Day, and will be the first US president to grace the occasion as chief guest.

    New US immigration system benefits Indians: Nasscom
    Bengaluru, Nov 21 : The Indian IT industry's representative body Nasscom Friday lauded the new US immigration system announced by its President Barack Obama earlier in the day and termed it beneficial to Indians living in North America.

    Obama set to be chief guest at India's R-Day
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, Nov 21 : Signifying a renewal of the India-US strategic partnership, President Barack Obama has accepted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's invitation to join India's Republic Day celebrations as chief guest in January.

    Modi invites Obama to be 2015 R-Day chief guest
    New Delhi, Nov 21 : In a major sign of deepening India-US ties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday invited US President Barack Obama to be the chief guest at the Jan 26, 2015 Republic Day parade.

    Obama awards national science medal to Indian American scientist
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, Nov 21 : US President Barack Obama awarded the National Medal of Science to Indian American scientist Thomas Kailath for his transformative contribution to science and technology.

    Obama shows benevolence to illegal immigrants
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, Nov 21 : Asserting his authority, a defiant President Barack Obama resorted to unilateral executive action to fix America's broken immigration system and protect five million illegal immigrants, including tens of thousands from India, from deportation.

    Defying Congress, Obama overhauls immigration system
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, Nov 21 : Asserting his presidential authority, a defiant President Barack Obama resorted to unilateral executive action to fix America's broken immigration system and protect five million illegal immigrants, including thousands from India, from deportation.

    Kobani battle crucial 'public test' for Obama, IS militants
    New York, Nov 20 : The ongoing battle in Syrian town of Kobani is an important public test of US President Barack Obama and his strategy of collaborating the American air force with local ground troops to combat the Islamic State militants.

    Barack Obama is a keen food critic too!
    Washington, Nov 20 : Barack Obama is a keen food critic too, as it has been revealed that he appeared on a local restaurant review show to talk about his favorite restaurant in the district.

    US not to ease sanctions against Cuba
    Washington, Nov 20 : US President Barack Obama will not take measures to ease the embargo on Cuba unless the government in Havana makes significant progress in democratic and economic reforms, his Deputy National Security Advisor Antony Blinken said.

    Obama set for executive action on immigration
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, Nov 20 : A defiant President Barack Obama is all set to take executive action to protect up to five million of about 11.2 million illegal immigrants, including about 450,000 from India, from deportation.

    US lawmaker seeks faster visas for Indian and Pakistani docs
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, Nov 20 : Ahead of President Barack Obama's slated plans to take unilateral executive action to overhaul America's "broken" immigration system, a Democratic lawmaker has introduced legislation to expedite visas for Indian and Pakistani physicians.

    Obama looks to introduce immigration reforms
    Washington, Nov 20 : US president Barack Obama is expected to unveil his plans for immigration reform in an address to the nation Thursday.

    Appreciate Saudi Arabia's role in combating IS, says Obama
    Washington, Nov 20 : US President Barack Obama Wednesday lauded Saudi Arabia's contribution to the global fight against the Islamic State (IS) terrorist organisation.

    US has 450,000 illegal immigrants from India
    By Arun Kumar, Washington, Nov 19 : As President Barack Obama mulls executive action to give relief from deportation to some of the 11.2 million illegal immigrants in the US, a new report said about 450,000 of them are from India.

    'US-India working closely to deepen cooperation'
    New Delhi, Nov 19 : The United States and India are working actively to implement President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mutual commitment to strengthen and deepen cooperation in every sector for the benefit of global stability, a top US official said Wednesday.

    India, US deepen science and technology ties
    New Delhi, Nov. 19 : The Indian and United States (US) governments have made significant progress in advancing Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama's recent commitments on science, technology, clean energy, climate change, and innovation.

    Modi's has over 25 mn followers on Facebook
    New Delhi, Nov 19 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has crossed 25 million followers on Facebook and continues to remain the second-most followed politician in the world after US President Barack Obama, the social networking website said.

    Woman gets jail term for threatening to kill Obama
    Washington, Nov 19 : Federal authorities in US have sentenced a 56-year-old woman to nearly two years in jail for threatening to kill President Barack Obama, media reported.

    Review policies for kidnappings abroad: Obama
    Washington, Nov 19 : US President Barack Obama has ordered a review of the policies in place to respond to the kidnapping of US citizens abroad, the White House has confirmed.

    West Africa nowhere near end of Ebola crisis: Obama
    Washington, Nov 19 : US President Barack Obama warned Tuesday that West Africa was still "nowhere near out of the woods" in its fight against Ebola.

    Obama condemns attack on Jerusalem synagogue
    Washington, Nov 18 : US President Barack Obama Tuesday condemned the attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem that left four people dead, calling for joint efforts to ease tensions.

    Mitt Romney slams Obama for saying no to sending ground troops to ...
    Washington, Nov 17 : Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee has slammed US President Barack Obama for his decision to not send any ground troops to fight the Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria.

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