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US can be India's best partner, says Obama at end of visit
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US can be India's best partner, says Obama at end of visit

Visiting US President Barak Obama, who left for Saudi Arabia, on Tuesday left his audience enthralled, from a stylish namaste to an attempt to quote a well-known line from a Shah Rukh Khan blockbuster. Recalling the historic address of Swami ... Domain-B, 4 weeks ago
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India Can be America's 'Best Partner', says Barack Obama

Published On: January 27, 2015 | Duration: 26 min, 13 sec "Namaste," said US President Barack Obama, and also "bahut dhanyawad (many thanks)" as he began a town hall-style meeting at Delhi's Siri Fort auditorium ...
 NDTV1 month ago Read: Prez Obama's address to the people of India at Siri Fort  Rediff.com1 month ago Obama bids 'Goodbye' to India: Highlights of US President's address to India  One India1 month ago Top 10 quotes of Obama during his India visit  India Today1 month ago
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ABP Live

Namaste, POTUS: Top developments since Obama arrived in India!

New Delhi: US President Barack Obama arrived in the national capital along with wife Michelle earlier in the day. Interestingly, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi broke the protocol and received his counterpart at the airport. Since then various ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago Obama says very grateful for India's extraordinary hospitality  DNA India1 month ago Obama says `Namaste`, grateful for extraordinary hospitality  Zee News1 month ago Obama says Namaste  ABP Live1 month ago
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Pune Mirror

The 2-minute read: Namaste, India

'NAMASTE, INDIA' NEW DELHI US President Barack Obama greeted the news conference on Sunday in Hindi. "Namaste. Mera Pyaar Bhara Namaskar. (My greetings with affection)," said the visiting US president while addressing the media after he held summit ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago Obama greeted India in Hindi, said 'Namaste. Mera Pyaar Bhara Namaskar'  One India1 month ago Obama greets the news conference in Hindi  Times of India1 month ago Obama greets in Hindi  24Dunia1 month ago
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IBN Live

Namaste mera pyar bhara namaskar, says Obama with Modi by his side

Barack Obama, the first US President to visit India twice, on Sunday greeted hosts in broken Hindi in a joint statement with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at New Delhi's Hyderabad House. "Namaste, thank you PM Modi for very generous words. Mera pyar bhara ...
 India Today1 month ago Obama starts his address to media in Hindi; says 'Namaste! Pyar bhara namaskar'  IBN Live1 month ago LIVE: 'Mera pyar bhara namaskar', US President greets India  Jagran Post1 month ago LIVE: US President Obama adresses joint press confrence  Jagran Post1 month ago
Miami Herald

Obama's India visit: US President clasped his hands in traditional 'namaste'

NEW DELHI: President Barack Obama was so honored to be invited to India's Republic Day celebration that he showed it. After arriving at Rashtrapati Bhawan, the presidential palace, for an elaborate welcome ceremony, Obama clasped his hands in the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago WHITE HOUSE NOTEBOOK: Obama's presidential 'namaste'  Miami Herald1 month ago

We salaam Pakistan for Sharjah but deserve Namaste for World Cups: Srikkanth

In three days from now, India and Pakistan will lock horns for the sixth time in an ICC World Cup, and the biggest question on everybody's mind is will India make it 6-0 or will Pakistan manage to break the hoodoo. Building up to the high-voltage ...
 IBNLive India News2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

President Obama, Michelle Close India Trip with a 'Namaste'

1 of 33 First lady Michelle Obama hugs 12-year-old Payal Jangid, as U.S. President Barack Obama talks with Indian children's rights activist Kailash Satyarthi as they stand with Satyarhi's wife Sumedha (L) and Deepak, an 8-year-old child Satyarthi ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago
Times of India

West Wing Week: 1/30/15 or, Namaste Obama

at 12:35 PM EST This week, the President made history by being the first sitting President to make a second visit to India. He and the First Lady also traveled to Saudi Arabia to pay their respects to the late King. And back at home, the President ...
 Fat Pitch Financials3 weeks ago White house describes this week as 'Namaste Obama'  Economic Times3 weeks ago White House describes West Wing's this week as 'Namaste Obama'  Indian Mirror3 weeks ago White house describes this week in the West Wing as 'Namaste Obama'  Times of India3 weeks ago
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India Today

Korean Students say "Namaste" in JNU

Amid the growing partnership between India and Korea, a group of Korean students from the Hindi Department of Busan University of Foreign Studies (BUFS) visited JNU to learn Hindi and about Indian Culture. The Centre for Korean Studies (CKS), School ...
 India Today4 weeks ago
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